You can try www.milestek.com. I know they sell various adapters. The problem would be maintaining 75-ohm impedence after splitting. I know Milestek has 2 BNC that gets coverted to 'S,' as I bought the RCA version. You might to look at Markertek ( www.markertek.com ) and Parts Express too, www.partsexpress.com
Another idea I just thought of that would work out better would be a connector (T style) that has either three male BNC ends or 2 male and one female end. I agree, I need to make sure that I find a connector that is a try 75-ohm. Can anyone help me out with this type of T-connector?
In place of a traditional â€œTâ€ adapter, use the auto-terminating â€œTâ€ adapter that automatically terminates the Thin Ethernet segment in the event either one of the two inline BNC plugs are removed from the adapterâ€™s BNC jacks. This feature protects against transmission interruption of the segment between the disconnected jack at the adapter and the other terminated end. Internal resistors of the auto-terminating adapters are ceramic type with a 50 ohm 5% 0.25W rating.
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