The BNC (Bayonet Neill–Concelman) connector is a scaled down fast interface/detach radio recurrence connector utilized for coaxial cable. It highlights two blade hauls on the female connector; mating is completely accomplished with a quarter turn of the coupling nut. BNC connectors are utilized with smaller than usual to-subminiature coaxial cable in radio, TV, and other radio-recurrence electronic hardware, test instruments, and video signals. The BNC was ordinarily utilized for early PC systems, including ARC-net, the IBM PC Network, and the 10BASE2 variation of Ethernet. BNC connectors are made to coordinate the trademark impedance of link at either 50 ohms or 75 ohms. They are generally connected for frequencies less than 4 GHz and voltages less than 500 volts.
Comparative connectors utilizing the knife association rule exist, and a strung connector is likewise accessible. Joined States military standard MIL-PRF-39012 entitled Connectors, Coaxial, Radio Frequency, General Specification for (once in the past MIL-C-39012) covers the general necessities and tests for radio recurrence connectors utilized with adaptable links and certain different sorts of coaxial transmission lines in military, aviation, and spaceflight applications. An average BNC Connector is appeared in figure;
Uncommon Features and its Benefits:
- Bayonet coupling system gives positive, fast mating and un-mating.
- 50 Ω and 75 Ω impedance outlines enable clients to coordinate impedance to framework necessities.
- Connectors are accessible for military, mechanical and business applications.
- Antennas in Telecommunication
- Broadcast ( with 75 Ohm)
- Automotive in vehicles
- Computers networking and Local Area Networks
- Medical Equipment
- Satellite Communication
- Cable Modems
- Instrumentation and Measurements
- Military and Aeronautics