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C connector on the left beside smaller BNC
|Type||RF coaxial connector|
|Diameter||Male: 0.750 in (1.91 cm)
Female: 0.600 in (1.52 cm)
|Passband||Typically 0-11 GHz|
The C connector is a type of RF connector used for terminating coaxial cable. Coupling uses two-stud bayonet-type locks. The C connector was invented by Amphenol engineer Carl Concelman. It is weatherproof without being overly bulky. The mating arrangement is similar to that of the BNC connector.
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