coaxial cable

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A transmission line, consisting of a conducting wire surrounded by an insulated spacer, surrounded by a cylindrical conducting sheath; used to carry high frequency signals such as TV
Metal cable consisting of a conductor surrounded by another conductor (as in cable TV) that can carry video, audio and data signals from point to point
any of a number of kinds of electrical communications cable designed so one conductor is in the center and the second conductor forms a ring around it Depending upon who you talk to, someone might have a specific kind of coaxial cable in mind Some well known kinds are various Cable TV cables, cables used by IBM 327x terminals and ARCNet, and cables used by Ethernet & IEEE 802 3
Data transmission medium with a single-wire conductor insulated from electro-magnetic and radio frequency interference
  A cable consisting of a center conductor surrounded by an insulating material and a concentric outer conductor (188)  Note: Coaxial cable is used primarily for wideband, video, or rf applications
A type of communication transmission cable in which a solid center conductor is surrounded by an insulating spacer which in turn is surrounded by a tubular outer conductor (usually a braid, foil or both) The entire assembly is then covered with an insulating and protective outer layer Coaxial cables have a wide bandwidth and can carry many data, voice and video conversations simultaneously
A copper wire surrounded by thick insulation, in turn surrounded by a grounding net and an external layer of rubber or plastic The type of wiring used by cable TV and many computer networks Capable of high band width
An electrical cable with a solid wire conductor at its center surrounded by insulating materials and an outer metal screen conductor with an axis of curvature coinciding with the inner conductor - hence "coaxial " Examples are standard Ethernet cable and Thinwire Ethernet cable
A type of cable that contains two conductors The center conductor is surrounded by a layer of insulation, which is then wrapped by a braided-metal conductor and an outer layer of insulation
The type of signal cable construction in which one insulated conductor is centered inside an outer cylindrical conductor (e g , You should use coaxial cable on CB radios and when wiring cellular phone antennas )
A cable with a single central conductor having a common axis with a second outer cylindrical conductor
A cable designed to conduct RF, consisting of an inner conductor, a tubular outer conductor and an insulating material in between the inner and outer conductor The outer conductor is usually a woven copper braid covered by an outer layer of protective plastic
A cable consisting of a conducting outer metal tube enclosing and insulated from a central conducting core, used for high-frequency transmission of telephone, telegraph, and television signals. Also called coaxial line. or coax Self-shielded cable used for transmission of communications signals, such as those for television, telephone, or computer networks. A coaxial cable consists of two conductors laid concentrically along the same axis. One conducting wire is surrounded by a dielectric insulator, which is in turn surrounded by the other, outer conductor, producing an electrically shielded transmission circuit. The whole cable is wrapped in a protective plastic sheathing. The signal propagates within the dielectric insulator, while the associated current flow is restricted to adjacent surfaces of the inner and outer conductors. As a result, coaxial cable has very low radiation losses and low susceptibility to external interference
a transmission line for high-frequency signals
A tubular wire transmission medium that consists of a central conductor surrounded by a dielectric insulator tht is in turn surrounded by a tubular conductor The outer conductor is usually at ground potential and also serves as an electrical shield
A cylindrical transmission line comprised of a conductor centered inside a metallic tube or shield, separated by a dielectric material, and usually covered by an insulating jacket
A cable consisting of one center conductor to carry a signal, surrounded concentrically (coaxial) by an insulating dielectric and a separate outer conductor (braid or metal jacket) which acts as a shield
Cable consisting of a hollow outer cylindrical conductor that surrounds a single inner wire conductor Two types of coaxial cable are currently used in LANs: 50-ohm cable, which is used for digital signaling, and 75-ohm cable, which is used for analog signaling and high-speed digital signaling
A cable that can carry a wide range of frequencies with very low signal loss It consists of a metallic shield with a single wire placed along the center of a shield and isolated from the shield by an insulator More details
A cable with one transmission conductor (inner conductor) and an outer conductor/braid/shield insulated from one another by a dielectric foam
A popular transmission medium usually consisting of one central wire conductor (two for twinaxial cable) surrounded by a dielectric insulator and encased in either a wire mesh or an extruded metal sheathing Commonly used for Cable TV (CATV) or older computer networks
Type of medium having a solid metallic core with a shielding as a return path for current flow The shielding within the coaxial cable reduces the amount of electrical noise interference within the core wire; therefore, coaxial cable can extend to much greater lengths than twisted-pair wiring Commonly called coax and used in older Ethernet (10base2) networks
A cable composed of an insulated central conducting wire wrapped in another cylindrical conductor (the shield) The whole thing is usually wrapped in another insulating layer and an outer protective layer A coaxial cable has great capacity to carry vast quantities of information It is typically used in high-speed data and CATV applications
Cable consisting of a single copper conductor in the center surrounded by a plastic layer for insulation and a braided metal outer shield
Copper or copper-sheathed aluminum wire surrounded by an insulating layer of polyethylene foam, used by CATV systems The insulating layer is covered with tubular shielding composed of tiny strands of braided copper wire, or a seamless aluminum sheath, and protective outer skin The wire and the shielding react with each other to set up an electromagnetic field between them This system reduces frequency loss and gives cable its great signal-carrying capacity
coaxial line, transmission line used to transmit high frequency television telephone and telegraph signals
A two-conductor cable in which one conductor forms an electromagnetic shield around the other The two conductors are separated by insulation It is a constant impedance transmission cable
coax cable
coaxial cables
plural form of coaxial cable
coaxial cable
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