CN106816786B - Radio frequency connector assembly - Google Patents

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CN106816786B
CN106816786B CN201510840564.0A CN201510840564A CN106816786B CN 106816786 B CN106816786 B CN 106816786B CN 201510840564 A CN201510840564 A CN 201510840564A CN 106816786 B CN106816786 B CN 106816786B
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    • HELECTRICITY
    • H01BASIC ELECTRIC ELEMENTS
    • H01RELECTRICALLY-CONDUCTIVE CONNECTIONS; STRUCTURAL ASSOCIATIONS OF A PLURALITY OF MUTUALLY-INSULATED ELECTRICAL CONNECTING ELEMENTS; COUPLING DEVICES; CURRENT COLLECTORS
    • H01R24/00Two-part coupling devices, or either of their cooperating parts, characterised by their overall structure
    • H01R24/38Two-part coupling devices, or either of their cooperating parts, characterised by their overall structure having concentrically or coaxially arranged contacts
    • H01R24/40Two-part coupling devices, or either of their cooperating parts, characterised by their overall structure having concentrically or coaxially arranged contacts specially adapted for high frequency
    • H01R24/50Two-part coupling devices, or either of their cooperating parts, characterised by their overall structure having concentrically or coaxially arranged contacts specially adapted for high frequency mounted on a PCB [Printed Circuit Board]
    • HELECTRICITY
    • H01BASIC ELECTRIC ELEMENTS
    • H01RELECTRICALLY-CONDUCTIVE CONNECTIONS; STRUCTURAL ASSOCIATIONS OF A PLURALITY OF MUTUALLY-INSULATED ELECTRICAL CONNECTING ELEMENTS; COUPLING DEVICES; CURRENT COLLECTORS
    • H01R25/00Coupling parts adapted for simultaneous co-operation with two or more identical counterparts, e.g. for distributing energy to two or more circuits
    • H01R25/006Coupling parts adapted for simultaneous co-operation with two or more identical counterparts, e.g. for distributing energy to two or more circuits the coupling part being secured to apparatus or structure, e.g. duplex wall receptacle

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A radio frequency connector assembly includes a radio frequency connector receptacle and a radio frequency connector plug. The radio frequency connector receptacle includes an outer conductor and a terminal module having an insulative body, the terminal module further including a first center terminal, a first ground terminal, and a second center terminal. The radio frequency connector plug comprises a metal shell, an insulating bush, a first butt terminal, a second ground terminal and a second butt terminal, wherein the first butt terminal, the second ground terminal and the second butt terminal are contained in the insulating bush. When the radio frequency connector plug is in butt joint with the radio frequency connector socket, the first butt joint terminal, the second ground terminal and the second butt joint terminal are respectively electrically connected with the first central terminal, the first ground terminal and the second central terminal. The present invention contributes to a reduction in the area of a soldered circuit board (PCB) and an increase in the convenience of an assembly operation.

Description

Radio frequency connector assembly
[ technical field ] A method for producing a semiconductor device
The present invention relates to a radio frequency connector assembly, and more particularly to a radio frequency connector socket with a plurality of terminals integrally connected and a radio frequency connector plug engaged therewith.
[ background of the invention ]
Chinese mainland invention patent No. CN101673909 discloses a radio frequency connector, including a housing, a bushing, and a socket, wherein the housing has a cylindrical portion and a back portion, the cylindrical portion has a first opening and a second opening, and is in contact with the external conductor inserted from the first opening, the back portion is connected to the cylindrical portion and covers the second opening, and the housing is made of a single metal plate; a bushing that is attachable to the housing with respect to the cylindrical portion along a pipe that is inserted in a direction from the first opening toward the second opening of the cylindrical portion; and a socket attached to the bushing, insulated from the case by the bushing, and connected to the center conductor, wherein the case further includes a caulking portion extending from the back surface portion, and the caulking portion fixes the bushing to the case by bending a pipe facing the back surface portion while sandwiching the bushing. This invention undoubtedly complicates the operation and wastes space when multiple rf connectors are to be used.
Accordingly, there is a need for a radio frequency connector assembly that overcomes the above-mentioned disadvantages, resulting in area savings and increased ease of assembly operations.
[ summary of the invention ]
The invention aims to provide a radio frequency connector assembly capable of realizing many-to-many connection of a male end and a female end.
The purpose of the invention is realized by the following technical scheme one: a radio frequency connector socket comprises an outer conductor and a terminal module with an insulating body, wherein the outer conductor comprises a cylindrical barrel-shaped part, the outer conductor is fixedly held on the insulating body and is enclosed with the insulating body to form an accommodating space, the terminal module further comprises a first central terminal and a second central terminal, the first central terminal and the second central terminal are injection-molded on the insulating body, the first central terminal is provided with a first contact part, the second central terminal is provided with a second contact part, and the first contact part and the second contact part are separated from each other and are accommodated in the accommodating space together.
Further, the terminal module further comprises a first ground terminal, and the first ground terminal is accommodated in the accommodating space and is located between the first center terminal and the second center terminal.
Further, the first center terminal further comprises a first welding portion extending outwards along one side of the bottom end of the first contact portion, the second center terminal further comprises a second welding portion extending outwards along one side of the bottom end of the second contact portion, and the first welding portion and the second welding portion extend outwards along the lower surface of the insulating body in parallel and different directions.
Further, the insulating body includes a first terminal hole for projecting the first contact portion into the receiving space, a second terminal hole for projecting the second contact portion into the receiving space, and an annular receiving groove corresponding to the edge of the cylindrical portion and located at the periphery of the first terminal hole and the second terminal hole.
The purpose of the invention is realized by the following technical scheme II: a radio frequency connector plug is connected with a coaxial cable and is arranged on a socket with a central conductor and an outer conductor, and the radio frequency connector plug comprises a metal shell, an insulating bush accommodated in the metal shell and a terminal group accommodated in the insulating bush, wherein the metal shell comprises a jogged cylindrical part with a first opening and a second opening, a cover part connected with the jogged cylindrical part and covering the second opening, and a riveting part extending from the cover part and clamping the coaxial cable, the terminal group further comprises a first butt joint terminal and a second butt joint terminal, the first butt joint terminal is provided with a first butt joint part, the second butt joint terminal is provided with a second butt joint part, and the first butt joint part and the second butt joint part are separated from each other and are accommodated in the insulating bush together.
Further, the terminal set further includes a second ground terminal, and the second ground terminal is accommodated in the insulation bushing and located between the first butt terminal and the second butt terminal.
Furthermore, the second grounding terminal has elasticity and comprises a first abutting arm in an inverted u shape, a second abutting arm in an n shape and a connecting part for connecting the first abutting arm and the second abutting arm, wherein the first abutting arm protrudes out of the surface of the insulating bush.
Further, the first butt joint terminal further includes a first welding pin connected to a coaxial cable and a first main body portion connecting the first butt joint portion and the first welding pin, the second butt joint terminal further includes a second welding pin connected to the coaxial cable and a second main body portion connecting the second butt joint portion and the second welding pin, the first main body portion and the second main body portion are bent in an inward direction and then extend straight, the insulating bush includes a first receiving hole receiving the first butt joint portion, a first receiving recess receiving the first main body portion and the first welding pin, a second receiving hole receiving the first abutting arm, a fourth receiving hole receiving the second abutting arm, a second receiving recess receiving the connecting portion, a third receiving hole receiving the second butt joint portion, a third receiving recess receiving the second main body portion and the second welding pin, and a third receiving recess receiving the second main body portion and the second welding pin, A second butt terminal crimping part for fixing the first butt terminal and the first butt terminal crimping part and fixing the second butt terminal.
The purpose of the invention is realized by the following technical scheme three: a radio frequency connector assembly comprises a radio frequency connector socket and a radio frequency connector plug, wherein the radio frequency connector socket comprises an outer conductor and a terminal module with an insulating body, the outer conductor comprises a cylindrical barrel-shaped part, the outer conductor is fixedly held on the insulating body and encloses an accommodating space with the insulating body, the terminal module further comprises a first central terminal and a second central terminal which are injection-molded on the insulating body, the first central terminal is provided with a first contact part, the second central terminal is provided with a second contact part, and the first contact part and the second contact part are separated from each other and are accommodated in the accommodating space together; the radio frequency connector plug comprises a metal shell, an insulating bush accommodated in the metal shell, and a terminal group accommodated in the insulating bush, wherein the metal shell comprises a jogged cylindrical part with a first opening and a second opening, a cover part connected with the jogged cylindrical part and covering the second opening, and a riveting part extending from the cover part and clamping a coaxial cable, the terminal group further comprises a first butt terminal and a second butt terminal, when the radio frequency connector plug is matched with the radio frequency connector socket, the cylindrical part is spliced in the jogged cylindrical part, the first butt terminal is provided with a first butt part, the second butt terminal is provided with a second butt part, the first butt part and the second butt part are separated from each other and accommodated in the insulating bush together, and the first center terminal is matched with the first butt terminal, the second center terminal mates with the second docking terminal.
Further, the radio frequency connector receptacle further comprises a first ground terminal, the radio frequency connector plug further comprises a second ground terminal, and the first ground terminal and the second ground terminal mate when the radio frequency connector plug and the radio frequency connector receptacle mate.
Compared with the prior art, the invention has the following beneficial effects: the invention is helpful to reduce the area of the welding circuit board (PCB) and increase the convenience of the assembly operation, and can be applied to all radio frequency transmission devices, thereby expanding the application range.
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Fig. 1 is a perspective assembly view of the rf connector assembly of the present invention when unmated.
Fig. 2 is a perspective view of the rf connector receptacle of the present invention.
Fig. 3 is an exploded perspective view of the rf connector receptacle of the present invention.
Fig. 4 is an exploded perspective view of fig. 3 viewed from another direction.
Fig. 5 is a perspective view of the rf connector plug of the present invention.
Fig. 6 is an exploded perspective view of the rf connector plug of the present invention.
Fig. 7 is an exploded perspective view of fig. 6 viewed from another direction.
Fig. 8 is a cross-sectional view of the rf connector of fig. 5 taken along line viii-viii.
Fig. 9 is a cross-sectional view of the rf connector of fig. 5 taken along the ix-ix direction.
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Radio frequency connector socket 100 Terminal module 10
Insulating body 11 Annular accommodating groove 110
First terminal hole 111 First terminal groove 112
Opening of the container 1120 Second terminal hole 113
First center terminal 12 First contact part 120
A first welding part 121 First ground terminal 13
The first abutting part 130 Third weld 131
Second center terminal 14 Second contact part 140
Second welding part 141 External conductor 20
Cylindrical part 21 Accommodating space 210
Extension part 22 Radio frequency connector plug 300
Metal shell 30 Cover part 31
Fitting cylindrical part 32 Riveting part 33
First opening 34 Second opening 35
Terminal group 40 First butt terminal 41
A first butt joint part 410 First welding foot 411
A first main body part 412 Second ground terminal 42
First abutting arm 420 Second abutting arm 421
Connecting part 422 Second butt joint terminal 43
Second butt joint part 430 Second welding leg 431
Second main body part 432 Insulating bush 50
First receiving hole 51 A first receiving recess 510
First butt terminal crimping part 511 Second receiving hole 52
Second receiving recess 520 Third receiving hole 53
The third accommodating recess 530 Second butt terminal crimping part 531
The fourth receiving hole 54 Step portion 55
Coaxial cable C First central conductor C1
Second central conductor C2
The following detailed description will further illustrate the invention in conjunction with the above-described figures.
[ detailed description ] embodiments
Referring to fig. 1 to 9, an rf connector assembly according to the present invention includes an rf connector socket 100 and an rf connector plug 300.
Referring to fig. 2 to 4, the rf connector socket 100 includes an outer conductor 20 and a terminal module 10 having an insulating body 11.
The outer conductor 20 is held on the insulating body 11 and encloses an accommodating space 210 with the insulating body 11. The outer conductor 20 comprises a cylindrical part 21 and extension parts 22 extending outwards along two sides of the bottom surface of the cylindrical part 21 to be embedded into the insulating body 11, and the thickness of the extension parts 22 is smaller than that of the insulating body 11, so that space and materials can be saved.
Referring to fig. 3 to 4, the insulating body 11 includes a first terminal hole 111, a first terminal groove 112, a second terminal hole 113 symmetrically disposed with respect to the first terminal hole 111, and an annular receiving groove 110 corresponding to the cylindrical portion 21 and located at the periphery of the first terminal hole 111, the first terminal groove 112, and the second terminal hole 113. The first terminal hole 111 and the second terminal hole 113 are circular through holes and penetrate the upper and lower surfaces of the insulating body 11. The first terminal groove 112 is located in the middle of the first terminal hole 111 and the second terminal hole 113. The first terminal groove 112 is a square groove on the upper surface of the insulating housing 11, and two openings 1120 are provided at two ends of the lower surface of the insulating housing 11. The annular receiving groove 110 is integrally formed with the cylindrical portion 21, and the extending portion 22 extends out of the lower surface of the insulating body 11 to fix the external conductor 20 and the insulating body 11.
Referring to fig. 3 to 4, the terminal module 10 further includes a first central terminal 12, a second central terminal 14 and a first ground terminal 13, which are injection-molded on the insulating body 11. The first center terminal 12 is provided with a first contact portion 120 and the second center terminal 14 is provided with a second contact portion 140. The first contact portion 120 protrudes from the accommodating space 210 through the first terminal hole 111. The second contact portion 140 protrudes from the accommodating space 210 through the second terminal hole 113. The first contact part 120 and the second contact part 140 are separated from each other.
Referring to fig. 3, the first center terminal 12 further includes a first welding portion 121 extending along a direction of a bottom surface of the first contact portion 120. The first soldering portion 121 extends outward and is exposed to the lower surface of the insulating body 11.
Referring to fig. 3 to 4, the second central terminal 14 further includes a second soldering portion 141 extending in parallel along a direction different from the first soldering portion 121 at the bottom end of the second contact portion 140. The second soldering portion 141 extends outward and is exposed to the lower surface of the insulating body 11.
Referring to fig. 3 to 4, the first ground terminal 13 includes a first abutting portion 130 in a flat plate shape and a pair of third welding portions 131 bent downward along two ends of the first abutting portion 130 and extending outward. The third soldering portion 131 is exposed to the surface of the insulating body 11 through the opening 1120. And the first abutting portion 130 is received in the first terminal groove 112.
Referring to fig. 5 to 9, the rf connector plug 300 is connected to a coaxial cable C, is mounted on the rf connector socket 100 having the terminal module 10 and the outer conductor 20, and is detachable from the rf connector socket 100, and includes a metal housing 30, an insulating bush 50 accommodated in the metal housing 30, and a terminal group 40 accommodated in the insulating bush 50.
Referring to fig. 6 to 7, the insulation bushing 50 is a base member made of an insulation material such as resin, and includes a first receiving hole 51, a first receiving recess 510 located below the first receiving hole 51 and penetrating the first receiving hole 51, a third receiving hole 53 symmetrically disposed with respect to the first receiving hole 51, a third receiving recess 530 located below the third receiving hole 53 and penetrating the third receiving hole 53, a second receiving hole 52 located between the first receiving hole 51 and the third receiving hole 53, a fourth receiving hole 54 located in front of the second receiving hole 52, a second receiving recess 520 located below the second receiving hole 52 and the fourth receiving hole 54 and penetrating the second receiving hole 52 and the fourth receiving hole 54, and a stepped portion 55, a stepped portion located at a front end of the first receiving hole 51 and the third receiving hole 53, A first butt terminal crimping part 511 and a second butt terminal crimping part 531.
Referring to fig. 6 to 7, the metal shell 30 includes a fitting cylindrical portion 32 having a first opening 34 and a second opening 35, a cap portion 31 connected to the fitting cylindrical portion 32 and covering the second opening 35, and a caulking portion 33 extending from the cap portion 31 to sandwich the coaxial cable C and fitting with the step portion 55. Referring to fig. 6, the first opening 34 is a through hole opening, and the second opening 35 is disposed opposite to the first opening 34.
Referring to fig. 6 to 7, the terminal set 40 includes a first butt terminal 41, a second butt terminal 43 and a second ground terminal 42.
The first mating terminal 41 includes a first mating portion 410 received in the first receiving hole 51, a first solder leg 411 received in the first receiving recess 510 and connected to a first center conductor C1 of the coaxial cable C, and a first body portion 412 connecting the first mating portion 410 and the first solder leg 411. The first body portion 412 is bent in an inner direction and then extends straight without protruding from the insulation bushing 50. After the first welding leg 411 is connected to the first center conductor C1, the first butt terminal 41 is more stably embedded in the insulating bush 50 by being crimped by the first butt terminal crimping portion 511.
The second mating terminal 43 includes a second mating portion 430 received in the third receiving hole 53, a second solder fillet 431 received in the third receiving recess 530 and connected to a second center conductor C2 of the coaxial cable C, and a second body portion 432 connecting the second mating portion 430 and the second solder fillet 431. The second body portion 432 is bent in an inward direction and then extends straight without protruding from the insulating body. After the second welding foot 431 is connected to the second center conductor C2, the second butt terminal crimping part 531 crimps the second butt terminal 43, so that the second butt terminal 43 is embedded in the insulating bush 50 more stably.
The second ground terminal 42 is elastic and includes a first abutting arm 420 of an inverted u-shaped structure received in the second receiving hole 52, a second abutting arm 421 of an n-shaped structure received in the fourth receiving hole 54, and a connecting portion 422 received in the second receiving recess 520 and connecting the first abutting arm 420 and the second abutting arm 421. The first abutting arm 420 protrudes from the surface of the insulation sleeve 50.
When the rf connector plug 300 is not connected to the rf connector socket 100, the first abutting arm 420 is exposed from the upper surface of the insulating bush 50. When the rf connector plug 300 is mated with the rf connector socket 100, the outer conductor 20 of the rf connector socket 100 is inserted into the fitting cylindrical portion 32 through the first opening 34, the first ground terminal 13 is electrically connected to the second ground terminal 42, the first abutting portion 130 abuts against the first abutting arm 420, and the first abutting arm 420 is pressed into the second receiving hole 52 by the first abutting portion 130 due to elasticity. The first docking terminal 41 is electrically contacted with the first central terminal 12, and the second docking terminal 43 is electrically connected with the second central terminal 14, so that the matching between the radio frequency connector plug 300 and the radio frequency connector socket 100 is more stable, and the radio frequency connector plug 300 and the radio frequency connector socket 100 realize a many-to-many docking connection mode, which is beneficial to reducing the area of a welding circuit board (PCB) and increasing the convenience of assembly operation, and can be applied to all radio frequency transmission equipment, and the application range is expanded.
The above description is only a part of the embodiments of the present invention, and not all embodiments, and any equivalent variations of the technical solutions of the present invention, which are made by those skilled in the art through reading the present specification, are covered by the claims of the present invention.

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1. A radio frequency connector socket comprising an outer conductor and a terminal module having a plate-like insulator, the outer conductor comprising a cylindrical barrel portion, the outer conductor being held to the insulator, characterized in that: the outer conductor has a hollow accommodating space formed on the upper surface of the insulating body, the terminal module further comprises a first central terminal and a second central terminal which are injection-molded on the insulating body, the first center terminal is provided with a first contact portion, the second center terminal is provided with a second contact portion, the first contact part and the second contact part are separated from each other and are accommodated in the accommodating space together, the terminal module further includes a first ground terminal located intermediate the first center terminal and the second center terminal and not in contact with the first center terminal and the second center terminal, the first grounding terminal comprises a first abutting part which is positioned in the accommodating space and is in a flat plate shape, and a third welding part which extends out of the accommodating space along two ends of the first abutting part, the first abutting portion of the first ground terminal is located between the first center terminal and the second center terminal.
2. The rf connector receptacle of claim 1, wherein: the first center terminal further comprises a first welding portion extending outwards from one side of the bottom end of the first contact portion, the second center terminal further comprises a second welding portion extending outwards from one side of the bottom end of the second contact portion, and the first welding portion and the second welding portion extend outwards from the lower surface of the insulating body in parallel and different directions.
3. The rf connector receptacle of claim 1, wherein: the insulating body comprises a first terminal hole enabling the first contact part to protrude into the accommodating space, a second terminal hole enabling the second contact part to protrude into the accommodating space, and an annular accommodating groove which is located on the periphery of the first terminal hole and the second terminal hole and corresponds to the edge of the cylindrical part.
4. A radio frequency connector plug is connected with a coaxial cable and arranged on a socket with a central conductor and an outer conductor, and comprises a metal shell, an insulating bush accommodated in the metal shell and a terminal group accommodated in the insulating bush, wherein the metal shell comprises a jogged cylindrical part with a first opening and a second opening, a cover part connected with the jogged cylindrical part and covering the second opening and a riveting part extending from the cover part and clamping the coaxial cable, the terminal group further comprises a first butt terminal and a second butt terminal, the first butt terminal is provided with a first butt part, the second butt terminal is provided with a second butt part, the first butt part and the second butt part are separated from each other and accommodated in the same insulating bush together, and the terminal group further comprises a first butt terminal and a second butt terminal which are positioned between the first butt terminal and the second butt terminal and are not connected with the first butt terminal and the second butt terminal The second grounding terminal is accommodated in the insulating bush, a first abutting arm arranged on the second grounding terminal is positioned between the first abutting terminal and the second abutting terminal, the second grounding terminal is elastic and comprises an inverted u-shaped first abutting arm, an n-shaped second abutting arm and a connecting part for connecting the first abutting arm and the second abutting arm, and the first abutting arm protrudes out of the surface of the insulating bush.
5. The radio frequency connector plug of claim 4, wherein: the first butt joint terminal further comprises a first welding pin connected with a coaxial cable and a first main body part connected with the first butt joint part and the first welding pin, the second butt joint terminal further comprises a second welding pin connected with the coaxial cable and a second main body part connected with the second butt joint part and the second welding pin, the first main body part and the second main body part are bent in the inward direction and then extend in a radial direction, the insulating bush comprises a first accommodating hole for accommodating the first butt joint part, a first accommodating concave part for accommodating the first main body part and the first welding pin, a second accommodating hole for accommodating the first abutting arm, a fourth accommodating hole for accommodating the second abutting arm, a second accommodating concave part for accommodating the connecting part, a third accommodating hole for accommodating the second butt joint part, and a third accommodating concave part for accommodating the second main body part and the second welding pin, A second butt terminal crimping part for fixing the first butt terminal and the first butt terminal crimping part and fixing the second butt terminal.
6. A radio frequency connector assembly comprises a radio frequency connector socket and a radio frequency connector plug, wherein the radio frequency connector socket comprises an outer conductor and a terminal module with a plate-shaped insulating body, the outer conductor comprises a cylindrical part, the outer conductor is fixedly arranged on the insulating body, the outer conductor is provided with a hollow accommodating space formed on the upper surface of the insulating body, the terminal module further comprises a first central terminal and a second central terminal, the first central terminal is formed on the insulating body in an injection molding mode, the second central terminal is provided with a first contact part, the second central terminal is provided with a second contact part, and the first contact part and the second contact part are separated from each other and are accommodated in the accommodating space together; the radio frequency connector plug comprises a metal shell, an insulating bush accommodated in the metal shell, and a terminal group accommodated in the insulating bush, wherein the metal shell comprises a jogged cylindrical part with a first opening and a second opening, a cover part connected with the jogged cylindrical part and covering the second opening, and a riveting part extending from the cover part and clamping a coaxial cable, the terminal group further comprises a first butt terminal and a second butt terminal, when the radio frequency connector plug is matched with the radio frequency connector socket, the cylindrical part is spliced in the jogged cylindrical part, the first butt terminal is provided with a first butt part, the second butt terminal is provided with a second butt part, the first butt part and the second butt part are separated from each other and are accommodated in the same insulating bush together, and the first center terminal is matched with the first butt terminal, the second center terminal is matched with the second butt joint terminal, the radio frequency connector socket further comprises a first grounding terminal which is positioned between the first center terminal and the second center terminal and is not contacted with the first center terminal and the second center terminal, the first grounding terminal comprises a first abutting part which is positioned in the accommodating space in a flat shape and a third welding part which extends out of the accommodating space along two ends of the first abutting part, the first abutting part of the first grounding terminal is positioned between the first center terminal and the second center terminal, the radio frequency connector plug further comprises a second grounding terminal which is positioned between the first butt joint terminal and the second butt joint terminal and is not contacted with the first butt joint terminal and the second butt joint terminal, and the second grounding terminal is accommodated in the insulating bush, and the second grounding terminal is provided with a first abutting arm positioned between the first abutting terminal and the second abutting terminal, and also comprises an n-shaped second abutting arm and a connecting part for connecting the first abutting arm and the second abutting arm, when the radio frequency connector plug is matched with the radio frequency connector socket, the first grounding terminal is matched with the second grounding terminal, and the first abutting part abuts against the first abutting arm and is pressed on the second abutting arm.
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