(term) BNC Connector

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    A type of small "twist and lock" RF connector often used with coaxial cables and antennas in wireless systems. Also used in audio and video to carry clock signals. A BNC male connector has a pin that connects to the primary conducting wire and then is locked in place with an outer ring that turns into a locked position.
     
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