The BNC's continuing evolution--it just keeps getting better

The intrinsic integrity and continued evolvement of the BNC (Bayonet Neill Concelman) connector have long made it the design of choice for the reliability-driven public service telephone network (PSTN) industry. Recent innovations to the BNC connector, often mistakenly referred to as the British naval connector or confused with the bayonet nut connector, are focused on adapting its legacy design for future applications in the public network, enterprise, and military arenas.
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