Paul Neill

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Paul Neill (September 6, 1882 – October 1968)[1] was an American electrical engineer at Bell Labs in the 1940s. He is credited with helping to invent the BNC, TNC and Type N connectors used for microwave and RF communications. He joined Bell in 1916 after spending 12 years at the Westinghouse Electric Company. He retired from Bell on September 30, 1947.[2]

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