SMA to Arduino. Help needed

Hey All,

So currently I have an acoustic emission sensor I'm using for a project, specifically: http://www.physicalacoustics.com/by-product/sensors/WSa-100-1000-kHz-Wideband-AE-Sensor

The issue is, this sensor has an SMA connector which isn't exactly easily connected to a Arduino

My end goal is to perform some basically signal processing. I want to apply a FFT then find specific frequencies.

Anyone have experience using SMA connection and Arduino? Or any general advice?

Thanks!

You will have to use a male/male coupler and a female flanged bulkhead connector. On the solder side of the bulkhead, connect wire leads that will plug into the Arduino. Keep the leads short and twist them together.

An alternative is to use an SMA pigtail with pins on the bare end.