Coax-connectors are indeed UK based. I do not know where the connectors they sell are manufactured.
I note that performance data for the connectors they sell is not on their web-site, but has to be requested.
I have tested a few samples of their N connectors. I measured the return loss to be higher than for equivalent connectors made by Radiall, which are, of course more expensive.
A coaxial connector requires precision mechanical engineering and stringent materials selection- these do not come cheap.
When the applications for these connectors were primarily military, MIL-spec. connectors were commonly available and purchasing was straight-forward.
Those days are gone, so care is required, particularly for use above 1 GHz.
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