threaded connector

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threaded connector

A plug and socket that uses a threaded mechanism to lock them together. One part is screwed into the other. Coax F and fiber-optic SMA are examples of threaded connections. TNC is a threaded version of the BNC connector. See F connector, BNC connector and SMA connector.
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