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BNC can refer to one of the following:

  • A BNC connector, a type of cable jack.
  • BNC or "bounce", a type of network proxy redirector.
  • the British National Corpus

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BNC connector - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (261 words)
The BNC connector is one of a larger class of "bayonet connectors", named after the resemblance to the standard twist-on attachment for a bayonet.
The BNC connector is used for professional video connections, both for analog and Serial Digital Interface signals, amateur radio antenna connections, and on nearly every piece of electronic test equipment manufactured in the last 35 or so years.
BNC connectors were commonly used on 10base2 thin Ethernet networks, both on cable interconnections and network cards, though these have largely been replaced by newer Ethernet devices whose wiring does not use coaxial cable.
Bethel Native Corporation (801 words)
BNC is continuing to work with the United States Bureau of Land Management and the Fish and Wildlife Agency to correct this land deficiency.
In regards to real estate, the BNC Anchorage commercial real estate portfolio, which consists of the Bivin Plaza, a Class A property, as well as the 5430 Fairbanks Street property, which is a combination warehouse/office, are all contributing to the overall profitability of BNC by providing positive operating income and cash flow.
BNC invested in a stock and bond investment portfolio in 1994 with an initial investment of $600,000 which now has a market value of $843,000 as of December 31, 2004.The portfolio continues to grow in value, thereby providing a positive financial return to BNC as well as becoming an important source for long-term Shareholders’ dividends.
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