RF cable assemblies are a type of wire or cable found in many electronic applications. They are used to connect electronic components, such as amplifiers, antennas, and other circuits. The cables come in various sizes and shapes, with different materials and shapes. The benefit of using RF cable assemblies compared to traditional wires is that they provide a higher degree of fidelity and improved shielding from radio frequency interference. Additionally, since RF cables are usually flexible, they are easier to install and manage in crowded applications, as well as providing more options for mounting and cable routing. RF cables generally have a single end connector, usually an SMA or BNC type, although there are other types. They can also have optional additional connectors, such as F-Connectors, at both ends for multiple uses.