• BCJ-JRK
    BCJ-JRK
  • BCJ-JRUK
    BCJ-JRUK
  • BCJ-R1
    BCJ-R/1
  • BCJ-RU
    BCJ-RU
  • BCJ-RUD
    BCJ-RUD
  • BCJ-FC1-7/16
    BCJ-FC1-78/16
  • BCJ-JRK thum
  • BCJ-BCJ-JRUK thum
  • BCJ-R1 thum
  • BCJ-RU thum
  • BCJ-RUD thum
  • bcj-fc1-7/16 thum

75 ohm BNC Receptacles

True 75 ohm impedance.

Key Features and Benefits

  • Gold plated beryllium copper center contact.
  • Flush-mount receptacle prevents damage on the jack.
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Jack to Jack12G SDI

Model Description Flange Standard package
BCJ-JRK Standoff - 20 pcs
BCJ-JRUK Flush-mount ITT XLR-F77
BCJ-JRUDK Neutrik D
BCJ-JRUDBK Neutrik D (Black)

Key Features and Benefits

  • Redesigned for 12G-SDI to minimize return loss.
  • Return Loss: 26.4 dB @ 12 GHz, 15 dB @ 12 GHz

Jack to Jack

Model Description Flange Standard package
BCJ-JRUD Flush-mount Neutrik D 20 pcs
BCJ-JRUDB Neutrik D (Black)

Key Features and Benefits

  • Return Loss: 26.4 dB @ 2 GHz

Jack to Solder

Model Description Flange Standard package
BCJ-R Rear-mount - 20 pcs
BCJ-R/1 Rear-mount, w/Ground Lug -
BCJ-RU Flush-mount ITT XLR-F77
BCJ-RUD Neutrik D
BCJ-RUDB Neutrik D (Black)

Key Features and Benefits

  • Panel Jack covers the rear wiring part with metal crimp sleeve.
  • Return Loss: 26.4 dB @ 2 GHz

Panel Jack (Jack to Solder and Crimp)

Model Description Flange Suitable Cable Die Set Standard package
BCJ-FC1 Front-mount, 1/2" - 1.5C-2V TCD-1DB 20 pcs
BCJ-FC1-7/16 Front-mount, 7/16 -
BCJ-RUC1 Flush-mount ITT XLR-F77

Key Features and Benefits

  • Panel Jack covers the rear wiring part with metal crimp sleeve.
  • Space-saving design
  • Ideal for internal rack wiring.
  • Return Loss: 26.4 dB @ 1 GHz
  • Note1: Be sure to use Canare Crimp Tool

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BCJ-RUC1 , BCJ-RU , BCJ-JRUK BCJ-RUD , BCJ-RUDB , BCJ-JRUD(K) , BCJ-JRUDB(K)
BCJ-R *BCJ-R/1 , *BCJ-JRK BCJ-FC1 *BCJ-FC1-7/16
  • * marked models accept insulation bushing IU-7/16, and the panel hole for IU-7/16 should be adopted in this case.

Technical Note

Voltage Standing - wave Ratio (VSWR) and Return Loss

Terminating the receiving end of a limited length coaxial cable using a resistance value not equal to its characteristic impedance creates a reflected wave that returns back down the cable to the sending end. The result is interference developing between the travelling wave and the return wave which results in a standing wave that causes voltage levels to fluctuate. The degree to which terminating resistance matches the characteristic impedance is indicated using the VSWR or voltage standing-wave ratio standard shown in Fig. 1. Going hand in hand with the VSWR ratio is the return loss factor which measures the size of the reflected wave current in relation to the travelling wave current. (See Fig. 2)

Fig. 1 Voltage Distribution Over Coaxial Cable

VSWR Return Loss (dB)
2 9.54
1.5 13.98
1.2 20.83
1.1 26.44
1.05 32.26
1.02 40.09
1.01 46.06

Fig. 2 VSWR to Return Loss Conversion Table

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