DE102016002408A1 - Coaxial connector - Google Patents

Coaxial connector

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DE102016002408A1
DE102016002408A1 DE102016002408.9A DE102016002408A DE102016002408A1 DE 102016002408 A1 DE102016002408 A1 DE 102016002408A1 DE 102016002408 A DE102016002408 A DE 102016002408A DE 102016002408 A1 DE102016002408 A1 DE 102016002408A1
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Bernd Rosenberger
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Rosenberger Hochfrequenztechnik GmbH and Co KG
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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
    • H01R13/00Details of coupling devices of the kinds covered by groups H01R12/70 or H01R24/00 - H01R33/00
    • H01R13/62Means for facilitating engagement or disengagement of coupling parts or for holding them in engagement
    • H01R13/629Additional means for facilitating engagement or disengagement of coupling parts, e.g. aligning or guiding means, levers, gas pressure electrical locking indicators, manufacturing tolerances
    • H01R13/631Additional means for facilitating engagement or disengagement of coupling parts, e.g. aligning or guiding means, levers, gas pressure electrical locking indicators, manufacturing tolerances for engagement only
    • H01R13/6315Additional means for facilitating engagement or disengagement of coupling parts, e.g. aligning or guiding means, levers, gas pressure electrical locking indicators, manufacturing tolerances for engagement only allowing relative movement between coupling parts, e.g. floating connection
    • 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
    • H01R24/54Intermediate parts, e.g. adapters, splitters or elbows
    • H01R24/542Adapters
    • HELECTRICITY
    • H01BASIC ELECTRIC ELEMENTS
    • H01RELECTRICALLY-CONDUCTIVE CONNECTIONS; STRUCTURAL ASSOCIATIONS OF A PLURALITY OF MUTUALLY-INSULATED ELECTRICAL CONNECTING ELEMENTS; COUPLING DEVICES; CURRENT COLLECTORS
    • H01R2103/00Two poles

Abstract

A coaxial connector (11, 11 ') having a first coaxial connector (6, 6') and a second coaxial connector (2, 2 ') forms a first external conductor side connection between the first coaxial connector (6, 6') and the second connector coaxial plug connector (2, 2 ') by a first latching means (12) provided on the first coaxial plug connector (6, 6'), which engages with a second latching means (13) provided in the second coaxial plug connector (2; , A second outer conductor-side connection between the first coaxial connector (6; 6 ') and the second coaxial connector (2; 2') is formed by an elastic contact component (29; 31) spaced from the first latching means (12) with the first coaxial one Connector (6, 6 ') and the second coaxial connector (2, 2') is connected. The coaxial plug connection (11, 11 ') can be used in a connection system (100, 200) with a connection element (7).

Description

  • The invention relates to a coaxial connector and a connection system containing this coaxial connector.
  • Coaxial connectors that transmit high frequency signals between two electronic assemblies, such as in US Pat WO 2011/088902 A1 is shown as an essential component on a connecting element. This connecting element is designed at its two ends in each case as a coaxial connector. Each coaxial connector is plugged into an associated coaxial jack, which is electrically and mechanically connected to one electronic assembly each.
  • Inner conductor side takes place in a contact zone at both ends of the connecting element in each case an electrical connection by non-positive engagement of the respective coaxial connector with the associated coaxial socket. On the outer conductor side exists in a contact zone at one end of the connecting element also has an electrical connection by means of adhesion between the respective coaxial connector and the associated coaxial jack. At the other end of the connecting element, an electrical and mechanical connection between the respective coaxial plug and the respective coaxial socket is effected on the outer side by a latching means provided on the coaxial plug end of the connecting element - hereinafter referred to as first latching means - provided with a latching means provided in the associated coaxial socket - Hereinafter referred to as a second locking means - is in a positive engagement.
  • Due to positioning inaccuracies of the two electronic modules to each other, the two electronic modules with respect to their ideal positioning each other have an axial and radial offset from each other. In a radial offset, the axis of the connecting element to the axis of a coaxial jack on a certain, non-zero angle. An axial offset between the two electronic assemblies is present if, in the case of parallel axes of the connecting element and of the coaxial sockets, the two electronic assemblies have a distance deviating from the ideal distance. A maximum predetermined axial and radial offset is advantageously offset by the positioning and orientation of the connecting element relative to the two coaxial sockets.
  • Especially the external conductor side contact resistance, d. H. the outer-conductor-side real part of the transfer impedance, between the coaxial jack and the coaxial plug deteriorates disadvantageously in the case of an axial and / or radial offset.
  • The object of the invention is therefore to provide an improved coaxial connector.
  • The object is achieved by a coaxial connector according to the invention with the features of claim 1, by an inventive connecting element with the features of claim 10, by an inventive connection system with the features of claim 12 and by an inventive connection system with the features of claim 14. Advantageous technical extensions are listed in the respective dependent claims.
  • According to the invention, a second contact transition is realized on the outer conductor side in addition to the first contact transition between a first coaxial connector and an associated second coaxial connector, by providing an elastic contact component between the first coaxial connector and the second coaxial connector spaced from the first contact transition, in particular spaced from the first latching means , The first coaxial connector may be a coaxial connector or a coaxial connector and, correspondingly, the second coaxial connector may be an associated coaxial connector or an associated coaxial connector.
  • The electrical outer conductor connection between the first coaxial connector and the second coaxial connector due to the parallel connection of the contact junctions reduces the contact resistance between the first coaxial connector and the second coaxial connector to a value below the smaller contact resistance of the two contact resistors.
  • The elasticity of the contact component bridges the asymmetric pitch length between the first coaxial connector and the second coaxial connector, and thus advantageously enables a secure electrical connection between the first coaxial connector and the second coaxial connector via the contact component.
  • In a first embodiment of the invention, the elastic contact component is realized by means of an electrically conductive spring, preferably by means of an electrically conductive, coil-shaped spring which is toroidally wound into a ring. In addition, this toroidally wound ring advantageously allows shielding in the Outline contact between the first coaxial connector and the second coaxial connector generated electromagnetic radiation.
  • The toroidally wound ring is plugged onto the first connector, which is preferably realized as a coaxial plug, and which is essentially cylindrical. The toroidally wound ring is in contact with the inside surface of the second connector, which is preferably realized as a coaxial socket.
  • Thus, the plugged on the coaxial plug and toroidally wound ring is in contact with the inside surface of the coaxial jack, a positioning means, preferably a radial web is provided on the coaxial connector. This radial ridge is mounted at such a distance from the end of the coaxial connector that the ajar ring wound on the radial ridge in the direction of the end of the coaxial connector and guaranteed to be in contact with the inside surface of the coaxial beech.
  • The toroidally wound wire of the ring has elasticity both radially and axially and thus advantageously bridges different distances between the coaxial bushing and the coaxial plug, which can occur as a function of a respective radial offset between coaxial plug and coaxial bushing.
  • In a second embodiment of the invention, the elastic contact component is an annular, consisting of a plurality of spring tabs spring cage made of an electrically conductive material.
  • Here, the spring tabs sit with their ends on an end face of the realized as a coaxial jack second connector and are supported on a positioning means, preferably attached to a coaxial plug stage, which is mounted on the coaxial connector realized as the first connector. The radial web is in turn mounted at a distance from the end of the coaxial connector such that a spring cage supported on the radial web towards the end of the coaxial plug is guaranteed to seat on the end face of the coaxial bushing with the ends of its spring tabs. The front side of the coaxial socket, on which the spring tabs are supported, serves as a stop function for the connecting element.
  • In addition, in order to bridge the radial distance between the cylindrical surface of the coaxial connector on which the spring cage is placed, and the end face of the coaxial sleeve, the spring cage is preferably formed with its spring tabs conically outward.
  • The different distance between the coaxial jack and coaxial plug over the entire circumference of the connector as a function of the respective radial offset between the coaxial connector and coaxial jack is advantageously bridged in the second embodiment of the invention by the elasticity of the conically shaped spring tabs of the spring cage.
  • A connecting element according to the invention, which coaxially connects two coaxial plug connectors, namely the second coaxial plug connector and a further coaxial plug connector, hereinafter referred to as a fourth coaxial plug connector, has at least one latching means and one contact element as well as a positioning component on the outer side.
  • The at least one latching means and the positioning component are arranged on the substantially cylindrical outer surface of the connecting element according to the invention in the region of the end which faces the second coaxial connector. The least one contact element is arranged on the outer surface of the connecting element according to the invention in the region of the end, which is the fourth coaxial connector facing.
  • The locking means is in this case designed such that it is on the outer side with an inside surface of the second connector in a form-locking engagement. The contact element is in this case designed such that it is on the outer side with an inside surface of the fourth connector in a frictional engagement.
  • The positioning component, in turn, is configured such that it positions an elastic contact component - the toroidally wound ring or the spring cage - which is placed on the substantially cylindrical surface of the connecting element according to the invention in the axial direction, with the first and second coaxial connectors is in safe contact.
  • The coaxial plug connection according to the invention is preferably used in a first variant of a connection system according to the invention.
  • The first variant of a connection system according to the invention is a connection system between two electronic boards (board-to-board) connection system, a connection system between two housings or a connection system between an electronic module and a housing.
  • Here, one end of the connecting element according to the invention, as already described above, designed as a first coaxial connector which forms a coaxial connector according to the invention with a second coaxial connector. This second coaxial connector is connected to an electronic assembly, hereinafter referred to as a first electronic assembly, or to a housing, hereinafter referred to as a first housing.
  • The realized at this end coaxial connector is hereinafter referred to as the first coaxial connector with the first coaxial connector and the associated second coaxial connector.
  • The other end of the connecting element according to the invention is also referred to as a coaxial connector, referred to as a fourth coaxial connector and preferably realized as a coaxial connector formed. This fourth coaxial connector is connected to another coaxial connector, hereinafter referred to as a third coaxial connector and preferably realized as a coaxial socket, frictionally engaged. In the preferred realization of the third connector as a coaxial socket, the outer surface of the preferably realized as a coaxial connector fourth connector with the inside surface of the realized as a coaxial connector fourth connector in a frictional engagement. This third coaxial connector is connected to a further electronic assembly, which is referred to below as the second electronic assembly, or with another housing, which is referred to as a second housing hereinafter.
  • The realized at this end coaxial connector is hereinafter referred to as a second coaxial connector.
  • In addition, the coaxial connector according to the invention is used in a second variant of a connection system according to the invention.
  • The second variant of the connection system according to the invention is a connection system between an electronic module and a coaxial cable or a connection system between a housing and a coaxial cable.
  • Here again an end of a connecting element is designed as a first coaxial connector, wherein the first coaxial connector is preferably designed as a coaxial connector. This first coaxial connector at the end of the connecting element forms a coaxial connector according to the invention with an associated second coaxial connector, which is preferably designed as a coaxial jack and is connected to an electronic module or a housing.
  • The other end of the connector is electrically and mechanically connected to a coaxial cable.
  • The two embodiments of the coaxial connector according to the invention, the connecting element according to the invention and the two variants of the connection system according to the invention are described below in detail with reference to the figures of the drawing. The figures show:
  • 1A 1 a representation of a first variant of the connection system according to the invention with a first embodiment of a plug connection according to the invention with radial offset,
  • 1B 1 a representation of a first variant of the connection system according to the invention with a first embodiment of a plug connection according to the invention without radial offset,
  • 2A 1 a representation of a first variant of the connection system according to the invention with a second embodiment of a plug connection according to the invention with radial offset,
  • 2 B 1 a representation of a first variant of the connection system according to the invention with a second embodiment of a plug connection according to the invention without radial offset,
  • 3A 1 a representation of a second variant of the connection system according to the invention with a first embodiment of a plug connection according to the invention and a straight connection element,
  • 3B 1 a representation of a second variant of the connection system according to the invention with a second embodiment of a plug connection according to the invention and a straight connection element,
  • 4A a representation of a second variant of the connection system according to the invention with a second embodiment of an inventive connector and an angled connecting element and
  • 4B a representation of a second variant of the connection system according to the invention with a first embodiment of a connector according to the invention and an angled connecting element.
  • In the first step, the first embodiment of a coaxial connector according to the invention 11 and their application in a first variant of a connection system according to the invention 100 based on 1A and 1B explains:
    A first housing 1 is mechanically connected to a second coaxial connector, acting as a coaxial jack 2 is realized.
  • The housing 1 is electrically conductive and typically includes high frequency components such as high frequency amplifiers or filters. For a more detailed description of the case 1 contained high-frequency components and their wiring to the inner and outer conductor of the coaxial jack 2 is omitted here, since it is immaterial to the understanding of the invention.
  • Instead of the first housing 1 Can the coaxial jack 2 alternatively be connected to a first electronic module. With regard to the wiring of the inner and outer conductor of the coaxial socket 2 with the first electronic module is below on the description of the second electronic module 28 directed.
  • At the first electronic module 1 it may be a single high frequency component, such as a filter or a high frequency amplifier, or a combination of a plurality of interconnected high frequency components, either on a "wired component" circuit board or surface mounted components with one or more layers or on a substrate, for example as a stripline assembly realized. In addition, any future applicable for high-frequency components assembly is taken into account.
  • The first coaxial socket 2 essentially contains an outer conductor 3 and a coaxial inner conductor 4 , Between the outer conductor 3 and the inner conductor 4 is in a first housing 1 facing first coaxial intermediate portion of the first coaxial jack 2 a likewise coaxial isolation element 5 provided that the outer conductor 3 with the inner conductor 4 mechanically connects and at the same time the outer conductor 3 from the inner conductor 4 electrically isolated.
  • In one of the first electronic assembly 1 averted second intermediate area within the outer conductor 3 the coaxial socket 2 the inner conductor protrudes 4 the coaxial socket 2 partially into it and is a coaxial plug 6 realized and at the end of a connecting element 7 executed first coaxial connector introduced.
  • While the first sub-variant of the coaxial connector according to the invention from a coaxial jack 2 and one as the end of a connector 7 executed coaxial connector 6 consists, is in a second sub-variant of the coaxial connector according to the invention, a coaxial connector with an end of a connecting element 7 executed coaxial jack combined. This second sub-variant of the coaxial plug connection according to the invention is also covered by the invention.
  • The first coaxial connector realized as a coaxial plug 6 consists of two substantially sleeve-shaped sections arranged concentrically with each other 8th and 9 , respectively, as in the 1A and 1B is shown, slotted in the longitudinal direction. The slotted inner and outer sleeve-shaped sections 8th and 9 Thus, each represent a spring cage consisting of several spaced apart by the individual slots spring tabs and give the coaxial connector 6 Thus realized first coaxial connector thus a certain elasticity.
  • The inner sleeve-shaped section 8th of the coaxial connector realized as the first coaxial connector 6 has a contact element 10 auf, a typically at the end of each individual spring tab each radially inwardly deformed broadening of the individual spring tab. Due to the elasticity, the inner sleeve-shaped section can be 8th of the coaxial connector realized as the first coaxial connector 6 with its contact element 10 with a reasonable force on the inner conductor 4 the first coaxial socket 2 Attach. In the inserted state of the coaxial jack 2 and coaxial connector 6 existing first coaxial connector 11 is the contact element 10 of the coaxial connector 6 in non-positive engagement with the surface of the inner conductor 4 the coaxial socket 2 and thus guarantees a safe electrical conductor-side electrical connection.
  • The outer sleeve-shaped section 9 of the coaxial connector 6 has a first locking means 12 on, a typically at the end of each individual spring tab each radially outward broadening of the individual spring tab. This first locking means 12 is in a more or less positive engagement with a locking means 13 - In the following called second locking means -, in the inside surface of the outer conductor 3 the coaxial socket 2 is provided.
  • For the mechanical connection between the coaxial socket 2 and the coaxial connector 6 can between two Arretierungsgraden between first locking means 12 and second locking means 13 - full detent (English: "full detent") or reduced detent (English: "semi detent") - to be selected, which is a standardized mechanical holding force between the first and second locking means 12 and 13 in an associated value range.
  • In the case of a complete locking is the second locking means 13 designed as an annular groove, in which the first locking means 12 completely positive fit. In the case of reduced locking, which in the 1A and 1B corresponds to the conditions shown, represents the second locking means 13 an annular groove which, due to its smaller depth compared to the case of complete locking only allows a toleranced positive connection.
  • The coaxial connector 6 at the first coaxial jack 2 facing end of the connecting element 7 is executed, goes into a middle section 14 of the connecting element 7 over, the outer sleeve-shaped section 9 of the coaxial connector 6 in the outer conductor section 15 and the inner sleeve-shaped portion 8th of the coaxial connector 6 in the inner conductor section 16 of the middle section 14 passes. The mechanical connection and the electrical insulation between outer conductor section 15 and inner conductor section 16 takes place by an insulating section located therebetween 17 ,
  • To the middle section 14 of the connecting element 7 closes at the other end of the connecting element 7 executed fourth coaxial connector, acting as a coaxial connector 18 is realized. This fourth coaxial connector 18 is equivalent to the first coaxial connector 6 run:
    The inner conductor cut 16 of the connection element 7 belonging to the middle section 14 goes into the inner sleeve-shaped section 19 while the outer conductor cut 15 of the middle section 14 in the outer sleeve-shaped section 20 of the second coaxial connector 18 passes.
  • The inner and outer sleeve-shaped section 19 and 20 the fourth coaxial connector 18 are in equivalence to the first coaxial connector 6 also slit in the longitudinal direction and thus have a certain elasticity.
  • The inner sleeve-shaped section 19 the fourth coaxial connector 18 also has equivalence to the first coaxial connector 6 a contact element 21 , One at the end of each spring tab each radially inwardly deformed broadening of the individual spring tab. In a the connecting element 7 facing first intermediate region between the outer conductor 22 of the coaxial jack realized as a third coaxial connector 23 stands the contact element 21 realized as a coaxial connector fourth coaxial connector 18 in a frictional engagement with the surface of the inner conductor 24 of the coaxial jack realized as a third coaxial connector 23 , In this way, a secure inner conductor side electrical connection between the realized as a coaxial connector fourth coaxial connector 18 and the third coaxial connector realized as a coaxial jack 23 the second coaxial connector 25 given.
  • The outer sleeve-shaped section 20 realized as a coaxial connector fourth coaxial connector 18 indicates in equivalence to the coaxial connector realized as the first coaxial connector 6 also a contact element 26 , One at the end of each spring tab each radially outwardly shaped broadening of the individual spring tab, on. In the first intermediate area between the outer conductor 22 the realized as a coaxial jack third coaxial connector 23 stands the contact element 26 realized as a coaxial plug third coaxial connector 18 with the inside surface of the outer conductor 22 of the coaxial jack realized fourth coaxial connector 23 in non-positive engagement. Thus, this is also a safe external conductor-side electrical connection between the realized as a coaxial connector third coaxial connector 18 and realized as a coaxial jack fourth coaxial connector 23 the second coaxial connector 25 guaranteed.
  • In a subsequent to the first space second space of the realized as a coaxial jack fourth coaxial connector 23 between the outer conductor 22 and the inner conductor 24 there is an isolation element 27 that the outer conductor 22 with the inner conductor 24 mechanically connects and at the same time the outer conductor 22 from the inner conductor 24 electrically isolated.
  • The outer conductor 22 and the inner conductor 24 of the coaxial jack realized fourth coaxial connector 23 are with a second electronic assembly 28 electrically connected. Here is the inner conductor 24 with an electrically conductive and on the second electronic assembly 28 applied first contact surface 40 and the outer conductor 22 with an electrically conductive and on the second electronic assembly 28 applied second contact surface 41 electrically connected.
  • The fourth coaxial connector realized as a coaxial socket 23 may instead of the second electronic assembly 28 in equivalence to the first housing 1 be mechanically connected to a second housing.
  • An axial offset between the first housing 1 or first electronic module and second housing or second electronic module 28 is compensated by the fact that the first space between the outer conductor 22 and the inner conductor 24 the fourth coaxial connector realized as a coaxial jack 23 has a corresponding depth in order to ensure, at all possible axial offset values up to a maximum permissible axial offset value, a secure external and internal conductor-side electrical connection between the connection element 7 and fourth coaxial connector 23 to guarantee.
  • A radial offset between the first housing 1 or first electronic module and second housing or second electronic module 28 is compensated by the fact that the first locking means 12 on the outer sleeve-shaped section 9 of the coaxial connector realized as the first coaxial connector 6 , the contact element 10 on the inner sleeve-shaped section 8th of the coaxial connector realized as the first coaxial connector 6 , the third locking means 13 on as a coaxial jack realized second coaxial connector 2 , the contact elements 21 and 26 at the inner and outer sleeve-shaped portion 19 respectively. 20 realized as a coaxial connector fourth coaxial connector 18 are configured such that a safe external and internal conductor side electrical or mechanical connection between the connecting element 7 and the second coaxial connector realized as a coaxial jack 2 and the third coaxial connector realized as a coaxial jack 23 given is.
  • To a plug of the connecting element 7 with its coaxial plug respectively realized first and third coaxial connectors 6 and 18 in the associated as coaxial sockets each realized second and fourth coaxial connector 2 and 23 at a radial offset between the first housing 1 and second electronic assembly 28 To facilitate, has the coaxial jack realized as a third coaxial connector 23 a centering area 42 on, in which the diameter of the recess of the realized as a coaxial jack third coaxial connector 23 towards the first coaxial connector 11 conically expanded.
  • In order in the first embodiment of the coaxial connector according to the invention 11 two parallel outer conductor side contact connections between the first coaxial connector realized as a coaxial connector 6 and the second coaxial connector realized as a coaxial jack 2 is realized when using a first embodiment of the coaxial connector according to the invention in the first coaxial connector 11 on the outer sleeve-shaped portion 9 of the coaxial connector realized as the first coaxial connector 6 a ring 29 plugged. The ring 29 consists of a toroidally wound, coil-shaped spring made of an electrically conductive material. The toroidal ring 29 may be made of a metal or of an electrically conductive plastic.
  • On the outer sleeve-shaped section 9 of the coaxial connector realized as the first coaxial connector 6 is a radial web 30 attached, the toroidal ring 29 in the direction of the first housing 1 facing the end of the connecting element 7 supported and thus positioned axially. This radial web 30 is at such a distance from this end of the connecting element 7 attached that the toroidal ring 29 sufficient contact with the inside surface of the outer conductor 3 the realized as a coaxial jack second coaxial connector 2 has.
  • In addition, the diameter of the second intermediate region is within the outer conductor 3 the realized as a coaxial jack second coaxial connector 2 in the region of contact with the toroidal ring 29 extended so that the toroidal ring 29 between the second coaxial connector realized as a coaxial jack 2 and the coaxial connector realized as the first coaxial connector 6 can be placed.
  • The toroidal ring 29 is preferably spaced from the first locking means 12 on the connecting element 7 attached to two electrically isolated contact junctions between the coaxial jack realized as the second coaxial connector 2 and the coaxial connector realized as the first coaxial connector 6 and thus realize two parallel contact resistances. The space between the toroidal ring 29 , the first locking means 12 , the second coaxial connector realized as a coaxial jack 2 and the coaxial connector realized as the first coaxial connector 6 is preferably filled with air.
  • While in 1B the first variant of the connection system according to the invention 100 for connecting first housing 1 and second electronic assembly 28 by means of the connecting element 7 is shown without radial offset, can out 1A the first variant of the connection system according to the invention 100 be removed in the presence of a radial offset.
  • In both cases there is sufficient electrical and mechanical contact between the second coaxial connector realized as a coaxial jack 2 and the coaxial connector realized as the first coaxial connector 6 both over the serving as a contact element toroidal ring 29 as well as on the mutually engaging first and second locking means 12 and 13 in front.
  • The total contact resistance between the first coaxial connector realized as a coaxial connector 6 and the second coaxial connector realized as a coaxial jack 2 is in both cases less than the smallest contact resistance of the two contact junctions between the realized as a coaxial connector first coaxial connector 6 and the second coaxial connector realized as a coaxial jack 2 and is thus improved over the prior art.
  • In addition, the toroidally wound from an electrically conductive spring ring causes 29 Advantageously, an electromagnetic shielding of electromagnetic radiation, which within the first coaxial connector 11 arises.
  • When using the second embodiment of the coaxial connector according to the invention 11 ' according to the 2A and 2 B is the second contact connection between the realized as a coaxial connector first coaxial connector 6 and the second coaxial connector realized as a coaxial jack 2 by an annular, consisting of several spring straps spring basket 31 realized. The spring basket 31 consists of an electrically conductive material.
  • The spring basket 31 is on the outer surface of the coaxial connector realized as the first coaxial connector 6 plugged and with its end facing away from the spring tabs on a realized on the coaxial connector as the first coaxial connector 6 attached stage 32 supported.
  • The stage 32 is at a position of the connecting element 7 attached, so that the supporting spring basket with its ends on an end face 32 the realized as a coaxial jack second coaxial connector 2 firmly seated.
  • To the radial distance between the realized as a coaxial connector first coaxial connector 6 and the face 33 the realized as a coaxial jack second coaxial connector 2 to overcome, run the spring tabs of the spring basket 31 conical to the outside.
  • The space between the spring basket 31 , the first locking means 12 , the second coaxial connector realized as a coaxial jack 2 and the coaxial connector realized as the first coaxial connector 6 is also preferably filled with air.
  • Also in the second embodiment of a coaxial connector 11 ' is in accordance with both existing radial offset 2A as well as in the absence of radial offset according to 2 B an overall contact resistance between the first coaxial connector realized as a coaxial connector 6 and the second coaxial connector realized as a coaxial jack 2 before, the smaller than the smallest contact resistance of the two contact junctions between the coaxial connector realized as the first coaxial connector 6 and the second coaxial connector realized as a coaxial jack 2 is and is thus improved over the prior art.
  • In addition, also causes the spring basket 31 Advantageously, an electromagnetic shielding of electromagnetic radiation, which within the first coaxial connector 11 arises.
  • As already mentioned above, in a further embodiment of the connection system according to the invention 100 at least the first connector 6 be realized as a coaxial jack, while the second connector 2 be designed as a coaxial connector. The toroidal ring 29 is on the second connector 2 placed. The spring basket 31 is on a level of the second connector 2 supported and contacted with the ends of its spring tabs an end face of the running as a coaxial jack end of the connecting element.
  • The second variant of the connection system according to the invention 200 will be described below on the basis of 3A . 3B . 4A and 4B explained. Identical structural feature elements of the second variant of the connection system according to the invention 200 to the first variant of the connection system according to the invention 100 receive identical reference numerals. Their repeated description is omitted here and thus to the corresponding description in the first variant of the connection system according to the invention 100 directed by:
    In the second variant of the connection system according to the invention 200 is a housing 1' or an electronic assembly mechanically and / or electrically with a second coaxial connector realized as a coaxial jack 2 ' connected. The realized as a coaxial jack second coaxial connector 2 ' forms with the coaxial connector realized as the first coaxial connector 6 ' a coaxial connector according to the invention 11 respectively. 11 ' as shown above in its two embodiments in the first variant of the connection system according to the invention 100 already described.
  • Alternatively, a coaxial plug connection is realized as a coaxial jack first coaxial connector and realized as a coaxial connector second coaxial connector possible and covered by the invention.
  • The connecting element 7 ' the second variant of the connection system according to the invention 200 is at his the housing 1' turned end as the first coaxial connector 6 ' , ie as a coaxial connector, running and goes to his the housing 1' averted end according to the 3A and 3B into a section 35 above.
  • In this section 35 of the connecting element 7 ' is the serving as an inner conductor inner sleeve-shaped portion 8th of the coaxial connector realized as the first coaxial connector 6 ' about the subsection 35 belonging inner conductor section 36 with the inner conductor of the coaxial cable 34 mechanically and electrically connected. Accordingly, serving as an outer conductor outer sleeve-shaped portion 9 of the coaxial connector realized as the first coaxial connector 6 ' about the subsection 35 of the connecting element 7 ' associated outer conductor section 37 with the outer conductor of the coaxial cable 34 mechanically and electrically connected. Between inner conductor section 36 and outer conductor section 37 is an isolation section 38 in the connecting element 7 ' arranged to outer conductor section 37 and inner conductor section 36 mechanically connect to each other and electrically isolate from each other.
  • In 3A is the realization of the first embodiment of the coaxial connector according to the invention 11 in the second variant of the connection system according to the invention 200 shown while off 3B the realization of the second embodiment of the coaxial connector according to the invention 11 ' in the second variant of the connection system according to the invention 200 evident.
  • In the second variant of the connection system according to the invention 200 with angled connecting element 7 '' according to the 4A and 4B is the inner conductor section 36 ' , the outer ladder section 37 ' and the interposed insulating section 38 ' of the associated connecting element 7 '' formed at 90 ° angled to a 90 ° relative to the axis of the coaxial connector according to the invention 11 respectively. 11 ' turned plugged coaxial cable 34 the inner conductor and outer conductor of the coaxial cable 34 with the inner conductor 8th and outer conductor 9 of the coaxial connector realized as the first coaxial connector 6 ' to connect correctly.
  • In the case of the application of the second embodiment of the connector according to the invention in the second variant of a connection system according to the invention with straight or angled connecting element according to the 3B and 4A is in the space between the outer conductor 3 the realized as a coaxial jack second coaxial connector 2 and the individual spring tabs of the spring cage 31 and the outer sleeve-shaped portion 9 of the coaxial connector realized as the first coaxial connector 6 ' a suitably shaped support sleeve 39 inserted for mechanical stabilization of the coaxial connector against radial offset.
  • The invention is not limited to the illustrated embodiments of the coaxial connector according to the invention and the illustrated variants of the connection system according to the invention. The invention covers in particular all combinations of the features claimed in the patent claims, the features disclosed in the description and the features illustrated in the figures of the drawing.
  • LIST OF REFERENCE NUMBERS
  • 1
    first housing
    1'
    casing
    2
    realized as a coaxial jack second coaxial connector
    2 '
    realized as a coaxial jack second coaxial connector
    3
    Outer conductor (of the second coaxial connector)
    4
    Inner conductor (of the second coaxial connector)
    5
    Isolation element (of the first coaxial connector)
    6
    realized as a coaxial connector first coaxial connector
    6 '
    realized as a coaxial connector first coaxial connector
    7
    connecting element
    7 '
    connecting element
    7 ''
    connecting element
    8th
    inner sleeve-shaped section
    9
    outer sleeve-shaped section
    10
    Contact element (of the first coaxial connector)
    11
    first coaxial connector
    11 '
    coaxial connector
    12
    first latching means (the first coaxial connector)
    13
    second latching means (the first coaxial connector)
    14
    midsection
    15
    Outer conductor section
    16
    Inner conductor section
    17
    insulating section
    18
    fourth coaxial connector
    19
    inner sleeve-shaped section
    20
    outer sleeve-shaped section
    21
    Contact element (of the fourth coaxial connector)
    22
    Outer conductor (of the third coaxial connector realized as a coaxial socket)
    23
    as a coaxial jack realized third coaxial connector
    24
    Inner conductor (of the third coaxial connector realized as a coaxial socket)
    25
    second coaxial connector
    26
    Contact element (of the fourth coaxial connector realized as a coaxial plug)
    27
    Insulation means (of the third coaxial connector realized as a coaxial socket)
    28
    second electronic assembly
    29
    toroidal ring
    30
    radial web
    31
    spring cage
    32
    radial web
    33
    End face (of the second coaxial connector realized as a coaxial socket)
    34
    coaxial
    35
    Partial section (of the connecting element)
    35 '
    Partial section (of the connecting element)
    36
    Inner conductor section
    36 '
    Inner conductor section
    37
    Outer conductor section
    37 '
    Outer conductor section
    38
    insulating section
    38 '
    insulating section
    39
    support sleeve
    40
    first contact surface
    41
    second contact surface
    42
    centering
    100
    Module-to-module connection system
    200
    Assembly-to-wire interconnection system
  • QUOTES INCLUDE IN THE DESCRIPTION
  • This list of the documents listed by the applicant has been generated automatically and is included solely for the better information of the reader. The list is not part of the German patent or utility model application. The DPMA assumes no liability for any errors or omissions.
  • Cited patent literature
    • WO 2011/088902 A1 [0002]

Claims (14)

  1. Coaxial connector ( 11 ; 11 ' ) with a first coaxial connector ( 6 ; 6 ' ) and a second coaxial connector ( 2 ; 2 ' ), wherein a first external conductor side connection between the first coaxial connector ( 6 ; 6 ' ) and the second coaxial connector ( 2 ; 2 ' ) by a first coaxial connector ( 6 ; 6 ' ) provided first latching means ( 12 ) formed with a in the second coaxial connector ( 2 ; 2 ' ) provided second locking means ( 13 ) is positively engaged, characterized in that a second outer conductor-side connection between the first coaxial connector ( 6 ; 6 ' ) and the second coaxial connector ( 2 ; 2 ' ) by an elastic contact component ( 29 ; 31 ) formed by the first latching means ( 12 ) spaced apart with the first coaxial connector ( 6 ; 6 ' ) and the second coaxial connector ( 2 ; 2 ' ) connected is.
  2. Coaxial connector ( 11 ; 11 ' ) according to claim 1, characterized in that the elastic contact component ( 29 ; 31 ) is an electrically conductive spring.
  3. Coaxial connector ( 11 ; 11 ' ) according to claim 2, characterized in that the electrically conductive spring is coil-shaped and a toroidal ring ( 29 ) is wound.
  4. Coaxial connector ( 11 ; 11 ' ) according to claim 3, characterized in that the toroidal wound ring ( 29 ) with the inside surface of the realized as a coaxial jack second coaxial connector ( 2 ; 2 ' ) is in contact.
  5. Coaxial connector ( 11 ; 11 ' ) according to claim 4, characterized in that realized as a coaxial connector first coaxial connector ( 6 ; 6 ' ) a radial web ( 30 ) is mounted such that the of the radial web ( 30 ) in the direction of the axial end of the first coaxial connector ( 6 ; 6 ' ) on the first coaxial connector ( 6 ; 6 ' ) and toroidally wound ring with the inside surface of the second coaxial connector ( 2 ; 2 ' ) is in contact.
  6. Coaxial connector ( 11 ; 11 ' ) according to claim 1, characterized in that the elastic contact component ( 29 ; 31 ) an annular spring cage having a spring cage ( 31 ) is made of an electrically conductive material.
  7. Coaxial connector ( 11 ; 11 ' ) according to claim 6, characterized in that the spring tabs of the spring cage ( 31 ) with their ends on an end face ( 33 ) of the coaxial jack realized as a second coaxial connector ( 2 ; 2 ' ) sit up.
  8. Coaxial connector ( 11 ; 11 ' ) according to claim 6 or 7, characterized in that the spring tabs of the spring cage ( 31 ) tapered outwards.
  9. Coaxial connector ( 11 ; 11 ' ) according to one of the claims 6 to 8, characterized in that the spring cage ( 31 ) at its end facing away from the spring tabs radially on the realized as a coaxial connector first coaxial connector ( 6 ; 6 ' ) and attached to a first coaxial connector ( 6 ; 6 ' ) attached level ( 32 ) is supported.
  10. Connecting element ( 7 ) for coaxially connecting a second connector ( 2 ) with a fourth connector ( 23 ), wherein the connecting element ( 7 ) comprises: at least one latching means ( 12 ) and a contact element ( 26 ), which are each designed such that they outer side with an inside surface of the second connector ( 2 ) or the fourth connector ( 23 ) are contactable in a form-locking or frictional engagement, and a positioning means, which is designed such that it with a second coaxial connector ( 2 ; 2 ' ) in contact elastic contact component ( 29 ; 31 ) positioned on the outer conductor side in the axial direction.
  11. Connecting element ( 7 ) according to claim 10, characterized in that the at least one latching means ( 12 ) and the positioning means each on a substantially cylindrical outer surface of the connecting element ( 7 ) in a region of one end of the connecting element ( 7 ) which faces the second connector.
  12. Connection system ( 100 ) for connecting at least one electronic module and / or at least one housing to a first electronic module or a first housing ( 1 ), a second coaxial connector ( 2 ) connected to the first electronic subassembly or the first housing ( 1 ), a connecting element ( 7 ) according to claim 10 or 11, whose first end is the first coaxial connector ( 6 ) which is connected to the second connector ( 2 ) forms a coaxial connector according to one of the claims 1 to 9, the third connector ( 23 ) with a fourth coaxial connector ( 18 ) executed second end of the connecting element ( 7 ) forms a further coaxial connector, and a second electronic assembly ( 28 ) or a second housing connected to the fourth coaxial connector ( 23 ) connected is.
  13. Connection system ( 100 ) according to claim 12, characterized in that the further coaxial connector between the fourth coaxial connector ( 18 ) and the third coaxial connector ( 23 ) is realized in that the realized as a coaxial connector fourth coaxial connector ( 18 ) with an inside surface of the realized as a coaxial jack third connector ( 23 ) is positively connected.
  14. Connection system ( 200 ) for connecting an electronic assembly or a housing and a coaxial cable to an electronic assembly or a housing ( 1' ), a second coaxial connector ( 2 ' ) connected to the electronic assembly or housing ( 1' ), a first coaxial connector ( 6 ' ) connected to the second coaxial connector ( 2 ' ) forms a coaxial connector according to one of the claims 1 to 9, and a coaxial cable ( 34 ) connected to the first coaxial connector ( 6 ' ) connected is.
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