BNC connectors are radio frequency male type connectors that are mounted at each end of a cable. They have a center pin connected to the center cable conductor and a metal tube connected to the outer cable shield. There is a rotating ring outside the tube that locks the cable to any female connector. BNC connectors are also called Bayonet Neill Concelman connectors. BNC connectors are ideally used to connect coaxial cable. BNC Connectors are also used for radio antenna connections and commonly used in the commercial aviation industry.
The BNC connectors have an ability to process both analog and serial digital interface video transmissions. They are also capable of handling transmissions for audio interface as well. BNC connectors normally have 50 and 75 ohm impedance capability. BNC connectors with 50 ohm impedance work well with frequencies of up to 4 GHz and the ones with 75 ohm impedance work with frequencies up to 2 GHz.
Uses of BNC Connectors
To connect cables to radio antennae and various other devices that broadcast video
To connect cables to vast majority of appliances for the purpose of testing electronic equipment
For audio-visual purposes have a capacity of 75 ohms
Processing of analog and serial digital interface video transmissions.
Effectively used as a handler of transmissions for audio interface.