A form of Ethernet that operates at 10MHz, uses Cat-3 or above cabling, and can transfer at up to speeds of 10Mbps (1.25MB/s).
A term that describes a type of Ethernet cable. Thin Ethernet, or thinnet, is .2" diameter coaxial cable for Ethernet networks.
Flexible 10Base2 coaxial cable useful in connecting PCs, workstations, and systems arranged in a workgroup; supports segment distances up to 185 meters.
Refers to a type of Ethernet cable that has been largely phased out. Cable speeds are typically up to 10 Mbps. It uses coaxial cable. Also known as 10Base2, and uses BNC connectors.
Connecting coaxial cable used on an Ethernet network. The cable is 5 mm thick, and can be used to connect network nodes up to a distance of approx. 1000 feet. Primarily used for office installations.
A 10 megabits per second baseband medium whose maximum segment length is 185 meters (606.8 feet). Also known as 10Base2, thinnet or cheapernet.