BNC connector

BNC connector is used for connecting thinnet coaxial cabling to various networking components.

What is BNC connector?

BNC connector is a series of connectors used for connecting thinnet coaxial cabling to various networking components. BNC connectors use a twist-and-lock mechanism that provides a secure connection between network cabling and components.

BNC connectors are typically used on 10Base2 Ethernet networks. The different types of BNC connectors include the following:

  • BNC cable connector: Soldered or crimped to the ends of a thinnet cable 
  • BNC T-connector: Used to connect a network interface card (NIC) to a thinnet cable segment 
  • BNC barrel connector: Used to connect two pieces of thinnet cable 
  • BNC terminator: Provides a 50-ohm termination for the free end of a thinnet cable
BNC Cable Connector
BNC Cable Connector

Networks must have two BNC terminators, one BNC T connector per workstation, two BNC cable connector per workstation.

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