Coaxial connectors (RF) are a type of electrical connector that are used to connect coaxial cables, which are cables that have a central conductor surrounded by an insulating layer and a braided or solid metal shield. Coaxial connectors are commonly used in radio frequency (RF) applications, such as in telecommunications, networking, and broadcasting. They are designed to provide low signal loss and high immunity to interference, making them ideal for transmitting high-frequency signals over long distances. Coaxial connectors are available in a wide range of sizes and styles, and are commonly used to connect RF cables to RF devices, such as antennas, amplifiers, and transmitters. They are also used in some consumer electronics, such as television sets and cable modems.