TNC Connectors

What is it?
The TNC connector or (Threaded Neill -Concelman) is a slightly smaller RF connector. Similar to the more common BNC, but with a threaded coupling instead of a bayonet coupling. TNC connectors have a 7-16-28 UNEF thread. Impedance is generally 50. However there are a few 75 Ω On the market. The TNC connector typically operates in the DC-11 GHz frequency range.
What does it do?
TNC connectors are used to connect RF coaxial cables to TNC sockets found on connecting pieces of equipment.
Due to the versatility of the TNC connector and its ability to be used with a wide variety of coaxial cables. The TNC connector can be utilised in many applications. With the threaded coupling mechanism and high resistance to vibration, the TNC connector is useful in tougher environments such as,
• Antenna mounts
• Military -Aviation control
• Telecommunications -Wireless base stations
• Industrial -machine to machine communications, security devices
• Commercial Vehicle GPS and Bluetooth
TNC connectors come in various styles supporting a vast range of systems and designs.
• Gender -Male (Plug) and Female (sockets
• Body Orientation -Straight and right angle
• Polarity -Standard and reverse
• Impedance 50 Ω and 75 Ω
• Termination -Crimp, clamp and solder termination
• Mounting Type-Cable, panel and PCB
The range is also available as adapters and cable assemblies.

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