This refers to the type of cabling on which 10Base2 Ethernet runs. It can transfer data at up to 10Mbps using the 10Base2 Ethernet standard. It is thinner...
10Base2 physical network.
(Thin Ethernet) A CSMA/CD network based on thin coaxial cable (also called thin Ethernet) that requires a BNC connector; based on the 10BASE-2 IEEE standard.
A type of coaxial cable to run the Ethernet interface.
(sometimes called ThinWire) is a commonly used term for the smaller size of coaxial cable used in Ethernet local area networks. Thinnet, also known as Cheapernet and 10BASE-2. Thicknet was the original Ethernet wiring, but Thinnet is the more commonly installed Ethernet wire of the two. A lower cost alternative to Thinnet on an Ethernet network is unshielded twisted pair (UTP).
Coaxial cable with a small diameter that often is used with computer networks; also called 10base2 cable. 6.10
A 5-mm (10BASE2) coaxial cable used to provide interLAN communications.
A thin coaxial cable that is used with a 10Base2 Ethernet LAN.
An IEEE 802.3 standard using thin coaxial cable and running at 10 Mbps. Also known as 10Base2 , cheapernet and ThinWire.
IEEE 10BASE2. 10 Mbps Ethernet on thin (RG58) coaxial cable.
Used to refer to the thinner, more flexible coaxial cable used with Ethernet.
Coaxial cable with electrical characteristics that meet the 10Base2 specification for Ethernet networks. It enables a signal to be carried as far as 607 feet (185 meters) before requiring a repeater. Also called 10Base2 cable or Cheapernet.