DataPro's TNC antenna cable is a coaxial cable assembly
for connecting an antenna to a wireless network, or for connecting
two TNC-equipped devices together.
The TNC connector is similar in size and shape to the ubiquitous
BNC connector, except that TNC uses threading to screw together
for a secure lock, while BNC uses a quicker twist-lock mechanism.
While BNC is more commonly affiliated with CCTV and video transfers,
and TNC affiliated with wireless antennas and WiFi networks, the
connectors themselves have no restrictions and can regularly be found
serving other functions.
This assembly, hand-made here in our shop, is built using 50-Ohm RG58 wire,
the ideal impedence for wireless antenna signals.
If your need to extend an existing cable or relocate an antenna that has a
fixed TNC plug, you can use a male-female TNC Extension Cable
to do the job.
For more information on this and other wireless antenna connector types,
please consult our RF Wireless Connector Guide.