IBS Electronics

Component Division

RF Electronic Components

RF Products Parts: 

RF Products Parts:

As a trusted distributor, we prioritize delivering reliable and top-notch RF components to our customers worldwide. With our extensive industry knowledge and comprehensive inventory, IBS Electronics is your go-to source for a wide range of RF components, empowering you to achieve optimal performance in your broadcast, industrial, and communications projects.

A worldwide distributor for over 30 years, IBS Electronics offers a wide range of rf components for broadcast, industrial and communications, including 3M, Amperex, Anritsu, Radiall, Amphenol and FCI brands along with a full range of sockets through 20kW. In addition, the company stocks a large inventory of popular and hard-to-find RF transistors and power modules from Motorola, Toshiba, MA/COM, Mitsubishi and Microsemi.

  1. RF Coaxial Components
  2. RF Interconnect Components
  3. RF Passive Components
  4. Frequency Control Products
RF Coaxial Components


RF Interconnect Components Top

  • Adapters

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    Frequency Control Products


      RF Terminators

      • Bomar Interconnect
      • Cinch Connectivity Solutions
      • Global Specialties
      • Hirose Electric
      • Radiall
      • Rosenberger
      • TE Connectivity
      • Trompeter
      • SV Microwave
      RF Connector Tools

      • Amphenol RF
      • DMC Tools
      • Neutrik
      • TE Connectivity

    RF (Radio Frequency) components are essential elements in the design and functioning of RF circuits and systems. These components are specifically designed to operate within the radio frequency range, which typically spans from a few kilohertz to hundreds of gigahertz. RF components play a crucial role in various applications, including communication systems, radar systems, wireless networks, and satellite communications. Here are some common types of electronic RF components:

    1. RF Connectors: These are used to establish electrical connections between RF devices. RF connectors are designed to minimize signal loss and maintain impedance matching within the RF circuit. Common types include SMA, BNC, N-type, and TNC connectors.

    2. RF Coaxial Cables: Coaxial cables are used to transmit RF signals with minimal loss and interference. They consist of a central conductor, insulating material, a metallic shield, and an outer insulating layer. The choice of coaxial cable depends on factors such as frequency, power, and environmental conditions.

    3. RF Filters: Filters are used to selectively allow or block certain frequencies in an RF signal. RF filters include low-pass, high-pass, band-pass, and band-stop filters. They are crucial for managing signal bandwidth and reducing interference.

    4. RF Amplifiers: RF amplifiers are used to increase the power of RF signals. They come in various types, such as low-noise amplifiers (LNAs), power amplifiers, and distributed amplifiers, each serving different purposes in RF systems.

    5. RF Attenuators: Attenuators are used to reduce the power of an RF signal while maintaining its integrity. They are essential for controlling signal levels in RF circuits and preventing damage to sensitive components.

    6. RF Antennas: Antennas are crucial for transmitting and receiving RF signals wirelessly. They come in various designs, including dipole antennas, patch antennas, and Yagi antennas, each suitable for specific applications and frequency ranges.

    7. RF Mixers: Mixers are used to combine or modulate RF signals. They play a key role in frequency conversion, upconversion, and downconversion processes in RF communication systems.

    8. RF Diodes and Transistors: These semiconductor devices are designed to operate at RF frequencies. RF diodes are often used in applications such as signal detection, while RF transistors are used in amplification and signal processing.

    9. RF Switches: RF switches are used to control the flow of RF signals within a circuit. They are essential for routing signals to different paths or devices, and they come in various configurations, including electromechanical and solid-state switches.

    10. RF Oscillators: RF oscillators generate continuous waveforms at specific frequencies. They are fundamental in RF signal generation and are commonly used in local oscillator circuits.