BNC connector

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BNC connector
Type RF coaxial connector
Also known as Bayonet Neill–Concelman
Designer Paul Neill, Carl Concelman, & Octavio M. Salati
Designed 1951

The BNC connector is a RF connector found on some pieces of amateur radio equipment for VHF and UHF bands. It is also commonly found on oscilloscopes and function generators. It exhibits lower losses than the UHF connector and may be used at frequencies of up to 4GHz.