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BNC
Author: Gabriel Torres Last Updated: April 28, 2005
Category: LAN

Bayonet Neill Concelman

A kind of plug invented by two people, Neill and Concelman, hence its name. In the PC this kind of plug is used in networks using coaxial cable and at video monitors using RGB input.

BNC

Figure 1: BNC male plug, used on cables.

BNC

Figure 2: A network board using female BNC (for networks based on coaxial cable).

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