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Coaxial cable

A medium used for telecommunications. It is similar to the type of cable used for carrying television signals.


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A cable with a center core of copper wire surrounded by a layer of insulation and then by a conductive braided shielding and finally encased in an insulation sheath. Coaxial cable is fairly resistant to EMI, has a low cost, and is easy to install.
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A type of coaxial cable. Often used to connect systems to backbone trunks. 10Base2 has a maximum span of 185 meters with maximum throughput of 10 Mbps. Also called thinnet.
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A type of coaxial cable. Often used as a network’s backbone. 10Base5 has a maximum span of 500 meters with maximum throughput of 10 Mbps. Also called thicknet.
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A communication medium that supports only a single communication signal at a time. A form of modulation in which data signals are pulsed directly on the transmission medium without frequency division and usually utilize a transceiver. In baseband, the entire bandwidth of the transmission medium (cable) is utilized for a single channel. It uses a single carrier
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A form of media distribution occurring over the Internet (in contrast to more traditional means such as over-the-air or cable TV broadcasts and radio stations). Can also include and is related to videocasting, audiocasting, podcasting, netcasting, Internet television, and IP TV.
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