TNC connector

TNC connector on the left beside BNC. The TNC (threaded Neill-Concelman) connector is a threaded version of the BNC connector. The connector has a 50 Ω impedance and operates best in the 0–11 GHz frequency spectrum. It has better performance than the BNC connector at microwave frequencies. Invented in the late 1950s and named after Paul Neill of Bell Labs and Carl Concelman of Amphenol, the TNC connector has been employed in a wide range of radio and wired applications.

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1 Variations o 1.1 Reverse-polarity TNC o 1.2 75 Ohm TNC 2 Retail uses 3 See also 4 References

Variations
Reverse-polarity TNC
Reverse-polarity TNC (RP-TNC) is a variation of the TNC specification which reverses the polarity of the interface. This is usually achieved by incorporating the female contacts normally found in jacks into the plug, and the male contacts normally found in plugs into the jack. RP-TNC connectors are widely used by Wi-Fi equipment manufacturers to comply with specific local regulations, i.e. those from the FCC, which are designed to prevent consumers from connecting antennas which exhibit gain and therefore breach compliance. This is the case for the popular Cisco line of Wi-Fi products. RP-TNC can also be abbreviated as RTNC.

75 Ohm TNC

Retail uses Linksys. a mobile telecommunications equipment manufacturer. Telex Communications. uses TNC antenna output terminals in some models intended for the professional VHF PMR market. also has RP-SMA version used for Wi-Fi SMB connector SMC connector References • TNC Connector Series. a manufacturer of consumer networking equipment. a Camera multiplexing unit. They are intermatable with standard types. including the popular WRT54G. See also • • • SMA connector.9 mm (SMA) · 7 mm · Triax / Triaxial · Twin BNC / Twinax (BNC) · IPEX · MHF · AMC (UFL) · SnapN · RP-TNC · RP-SMA . The camera sends back audio.[citation needed] but a 75-ohm series is also available. uses TNC connectors on its Radiocom BTR-800 partyline intercom base station for the transmit and receive antennas. Camplex Website Icom. providing a good SWR to about 1 GHz. uses TNC connectors to send power/tallies/intercom to a camera. video.FL · IPX · Motorola · MCX · MMCX · N · QLS · QMA/QN · RCA · SMA · SMB · SMC · Twin-lead · TNC · TV aerial plug · UHF / MiniUHF Variations and alternate names: 2. uses RP-TNC connectors for several of its Wi-Fi-certified routers.Most TNC connectors are 50-ohm type even when used with coaxial cable of other impedances.[1] These can be recognized by a reduced amount of dielectric in the mating ends. Camplex. URL accessed on 19 July 2005 [hide] v•d•e RF connectors APC-7 · BNC · C · F · FME · Hirose U. and intercom. a manufacturer of hearing aids and audio equipment.

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