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RTTNCConnector

"RT-TNC" stands for "Reverse-Thread TNC". RT-TNC Connectors are the cousins of TNC-Connectors, and provide identical performance.

Reverse-Thread connectors differ only by the direction of the threading of the outer 'ground' contact used to hold connectors together. In RT-TNCs, the thread is "left-handed", and therefore to create a connection you lock the connector in a counter-clockwise direction instead of the normal clockwise direction.

Reverse-Thread connectors are used on 802.11 gear due to America's FCC requirements (Part 15.203) where by such equipment needs non-standard connectors. A much more common TNC solution to satisfy the FCC requirements is to use "reversed-polarity".


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