BNC connectors utilise a bayonet-style locking system, used on coaxial cables. BNC plugs have good impedance characteristics, and their locking mechanism keeps them securely in place once connected. Because they are more expensive and harder to connect than RCA plugs, they are often used for higher-end and/or professional audio/video equipment. They are very common in CCTV and surveillance camera applications.
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F-type connectors are used on coaxial cable, and are mostly used for cable TV, satellite TV, and off-air TV antenna applications. The connector is round with the conductor of the cable itself poking through the centre of the connector body. Most ‘F’ type connectors are threaded, so that they can be screwed into place. Some ‘F’ types don't have threads, and are merely pushed onto the mating connector. ‘F’ type fittings can be terminated in a few different ways: crimp, twist-on, or compression. A compression fitting is the preferred method, because it offers the most secure termination, with the lowest amount of RF leakage.
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One of the most popular connectors which was developed by the Radio Corporation of America (RCA)
The RCA connector is used in several video and audio applications. This connector is sometimes referred to as a Phono Plug. This is due to the fact that the connector's original purpose was to connect RCA phonograph players to an amplifier. The RCA connector is not, by its very nature, a 75 Ohm design. However, it is used in a multitude of 75 Ohm applications.
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