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Electronics => RF, Microwave, Ham Radio => Topic started by: remoteremote on June 01, 2016, 02:01:22 am

Title: BNC Connectors
Post by: remoteremote on June 01, 2016, 02:01:22 am
The Bayonet-Neil-Concealment, or BNC connector drives its name from the surnames of the type N inventor Paul Neil and type C inventor Carl Concealment-the “bayonet” refers to the style of locking mechanism employed by this series.

(http://www.hoaninc.com/Content/File_Img/S_Product/2016-05-30/201605301611155072046.jpg)

Developed in the late 1940s, the BNC is basically a scaled down erosion of the Type C, and its compact design, easy quickly connect / disconnect coupling and economical manufacturing cost have all helped to ensure that it is consistently applied I radio equipment and electron tube instrument field and join the coaxial cable of the radio frequency extensively.

Series BNC RF coaxial connectors have the bayonet structure coupling mating and developed according to MIL-C-39012/16-24. This series connectors can be interchangeable with the same-type connectors of abroad, engaged and disengaged rapidly, used to connect coaxial cables in radio equipment and instruments.
Title: Re: BNC Connectors
Post by: xrunner on June 01, 2016, 02:25:25 am
I've seen this all before ...  :palm:
Title: Re: BNC Connectors
Post by: remoteremote on June 01, 2016, 02:48:27 am
I've seen this all before ...  :palm:

Thank you. And this kind BNC connectors are the most prevailing kind of all kind RF connectors.
Title: Re: BNC Connectors
Post by: Simon on June 01, 2016, 05:50:09 am


Developed in the late 1940s, the BNC is basically a scaled down erosion of the Type C, and its compact design,

erosion ? nice chinglish
Title: Re: BNC Connectors
Post by: tautech on June 01, 2016, 07:26:37 am
Thanks for sharing, there will be members that aren't aware of the BNC connectors history.  :-+

BTW
Welcome to the forum.
Title: Re: BNC Connectors
Post by: Ice-Tea on June 01, 2016, 08:42:26 am
Thanks for sharing, there will be members that aren't aware of the BNC connectors history.  :-+

BTW
Welcome to the forum.

Quick sanity check: you're aware that they only posted that to peddle the link in their signature, right?
Title: Re: BNC Connectors
Post by: tautech on June 01, 2016, 09:20:12 am
Thanks for sharing, there will be members that aren't aware of the BNC connectors history.  :-+

BTW
Welcome to the forum.

Quick sanity check: you're aware that they only posted that to peddle the link in their signature, right?
:)
And if they can provide another source of componentry for members, what's wrong with that.

I have no affiliation with the OP.
Title: Re: BNC Connectors
Post by: rolycat on June 01, 2016, 09:21:56 am
If you are going to shill for your company with a 'history' of some of the connectors you sell, it would be courteous to at least get the names of the inventors for which they are named correct. They were Paul Neill and Carl Concelman, not "Neil" and "Concealment".

Title: Re: BNC Connectors
Post by: Richard Head on June 01, 2016, 09:24:23 am
The Bayonet-Neil-Concealment.

How does Concelman get to Concealment?

Title: Re: BNC Connectors
Post by: Earendil on June 01, 2016, 11:31:05 am
The Bayonet-Neil-Concealment.

How does Concelman get to Concealment?

We won't tell you. It's a trade secret.  :-DD
Title: Re: BNC Connectors
Post by: Simon on June 03, 2016, 05:09:12 pm
The Bayonet-Neil-Concealment.

How does Concelman get to Concealment?

We won't tell you. It's a trade secret.  :-DD

Well they can't as I banned them