Thanks Kim. Nobody has provided the answer I was looking for except I think I
might be able to extract part of what you said re "miniature push-in".
Since SMA is Sub Mini version, then the "MP" of TMP may well represent 2/3rds
of the answer . That would leave the "T" which unlike TNC will not mean
Threaded since it's a push on (in) connector, right?. And I do not think the T
in TMP represents an inventors name (e.g. Tom, Taiko, etc) such as the "NC"
does in BNC or TNC.
This probably is not relevant enough to continue on this thread. As long as
a cable with a connector that properly matches the connector on a board or
panel, of course that is all matters. I was just curious.
Gene / K7TXO
On Feb 11, 2012, at 9:02 PM, Kim Elmore wrote:
> 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.
> Kim N5OP
> On Feb 11, 2012, at 21:35, Gene Story - Earthlink <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> 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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