A video connector with a thin center wire typically used for antenna connections and RF signals. See also BNC connector, Firewire connector, RCA connector, RF video, S-Video connector.
a threaded connector used for coaxial cable and usually crimped onto the coaxial cable allowing the cable center conductor to become the connector center contact.
An inexpensive, crimp-on type of connector widely used for TVs, VCRs and cable-system RF connections. Not suitable for wireless mic systems or other professional audio uses.
A cylindrical, often threaded, connector in which the central wire in a coaxial cable is used as the center pin. Widely used for cable and antenna connections in television.
A two-wire (signal and ground) coaxial cable connector used to connect antennas, TVs and VCRs. F connector cables typically carry NTSC TV signals (audio and video). The plug's shell and socket are threaded. See picture below.
Connector type used in cable-tv connections. Can be threaded or push-on type.
A common coaxial connector used for video applications (CATV).
a connector used to terminate coaxial cable.
The F connector is a type of RF connector commonly used for Over The Air terrestrial television, cable television and universally for satellite television and cable modems, usually with RG-6/U cable or (in older installations) with RG-59/U cable.