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No, it does not. The BNC is for inputting or outputting a word clock signal, which may be necessary in some applications to synchronize with other cards or external devices.
Some of the other Lynx cards offer SPDIF compatibility, although there are other differences between them and the AES16e that may or may not be suitable for your purposes. You may also want to consider an AES/EBU to SPDIF converter. B&H Photo Video has a selection of them in various price ranges.
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Almarg, thanks for the advice! Rshad0000