C connector on the left beside smaller BNC
|Type||RF coaxial connector|
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. The interface specifications for the C and many other connectors are referenced in MIL-STD-348. The connector 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. It can be used up to 11 Ghz, and is rated for up to 1500 volts.
- RADIO FREQUENCY CONNECTOR INTERFACES FOR MIL-DTL-3643, MIL-DTL-3650, MIL-DTL-3655, MIL-DTL-25516, MIL-PRF-31031, MIL-PRF-39012, MIL-PRF-49142, MIL-PRF-55339, MIL-DTL-83517 (B with change 3 ed.). US DOD. 2017-01-22.
- Keith B. Schaub, Joe Kelly, Production Testing of RF and System-on-a-chip Devices for Wireless Communications, Artech House, 2004, ISBN 1580538487 page 230
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