There are many different connectors out there for various applications: BNC,
TNC, SMA, SMB, NMO, T, C, N, B, SO-series, F-series, etc. The TMP connector is
the miniature push-in connector all over the interior of radios 20-30 years
ago, espicially those out of Japan starting 30 years ago. You can see the
specifications at http://www.therfc.com/taiko.htm.
On Feb 11, 2012, at 21:35, Gene Story - Earthlink <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> What does the term "TMP" as related to these miniature RF connectors stand
> It may not be important but I can't get it out of my head. It's not a Turbo
> Molecular Pump nor is it a Transitional Management Plan (likely a bad thing)
> so what is it in our RF world?
> Gene / K7TXO
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