US Patent No. 9,236,696

COAXIAL CONNECTOR


Patent No. 9,236,696
Issue Date January 12, 2016 
Title Coaxial Connector
Inventorship Masako Nishikawa, Yamato (JP)
Toshiya Oda, Yokohama (JP)
Ayako Ida, Yamato (JP)
Yusuke Shibata, Yamato (JP)
Assignee Molex, LLC, Lisle, IL (US)

Claim of US Patent No. 9,236,696

1. A coaxial connector, the coaxial connector comprising:
an outer conductor, the outer conductor having a tube-shaped portion; and
an inner conductor, the inner conductor being provided inside the tube-shaped portion;
wherein:
the tube-shaped portion includes:
an engaging portion, the engaging portion being recessed towards the inner conductor and engaging the outer conductor of another
coaxial connector, and

a first portion, the first portion being positioned closer to one end of the tube-shaped portion relative to the engaging
portion and extending towards the center line of the tube-shaped portion;

an outer peripheral surface of the tube-shaped portion includes:
an outer peripheral surface of the first portion,
an outer peripheral surface of the engaging portion, being positioned closer to the inner conductor than to the outer peripheral
surface of the first portion, and

a first outer peripheral surface inclined portion, being connected to the outer peripheral surface of the first portion and
the outer peripheral surface of the engaging portion and inclined towards the outer peripheral surface of the first portion;

an inner peripheral surface of the tube-shaped portion includes:
an inner peripheral surface of the first portion,
an inner peripheral surface of the engaging portion, being positioned closer to the inner conductor than to the inner peripheral
surface of the first portion, and

a first inner peripheral surface inclined portion, being connected to the inner peripheral surface of the first portion and
the inner peripheral surface of the engaging portion and inclined towards the inner peripheral surface of the first portion;
and

the position of the first inner peripheral surface inclined portion is shifted towards one end portion of the tube-shaped
portion relative to the position of the first outer peripheral surface inclined portion.