Designed in the late 1940s by Paul Neill and Carl Concelman, the BNC (Bayonet Neill Concelman) connector is a bayonet coupling connector most commonly used in military solutions that involve coaxial cables. It is the most popular coaxial connector series in the world, featuring a two-pin bayonet coupling system for quick and reliable engagement and disengagement. It is standardized according to IEC 60169-8 and especially popular in video and low frequency RF applications.
Radiall’s BNC connectors feature:
- Wide range
- Convenient three-piece design
- Reliable cable attachment