After buying the wrong item already, I was cautious to buy this as it was cheaper than the popular option. However, it works well. This is what you need if you have a USB DTV dongle, and want to connect it to a normal aerial.
I use a number of these cables with PCTV Systems USB Sticks in my Synology NAS and also with my Dell XPS702 laptop which has a built-in tuner. I prefer the cables to the solid coax to MCX converter that comes with the tuners for a number of reasons. Firstly they are less likely to mechanically stress the MCX connector. As these cables are soft and flexible they cause much less leverage on the device than a comparatively rigid aerial coax cable acting on the small MCX connector through a solid converter. When I tried a standard coax cable connected directly to the solid converter I could feel it trying to bend the fragile looking MCX connector - with these cables that does not happen.
The ones I bought from Great Mart were less than half the price and a bit longer than the ones from Maplins. They only took about a week to arrive from the Hong kong area. Thoroughly recommended.
Does what it says on the tin, and probably good enough for connecting a TV-receiver USB dongle to a TV aerial. I suspect the screening of the cable is not great though because if you plug the adapter into the SDR dongle, but don't connect anything to the other end of the lead, you scan still pick up the stronger FM radio stations! If you're using it for SDR and struggling to keep the RF noise from your computer out of the signal, you might be better off using an adapter constructed from good quality RG316 or RG174 cable for example.
the cable length is a bit short, (about 15cm). Well made but due to the small diameter of the cable it could be susceptible to breakage at the plug ends if care is not taken to keep strain off this adaptor. Bottom line... it does the job nicely.
Enables you to link to an RF aerial for use with the Realtek DVB-T USB FM-DAB-TV stick. Tried to watch football but screen stops & starts and breaks up. Don't think it's this cable that's doing it though.