Definitions for "Coaxial Cable"
Cable consisting of a center conductor (wire) and surrounding circular shield which is generally capable of greater bandwidth than twisted-pair copper but less than fiber optic cable.
Cable with several common axis lines under protective sheath used for television signal transmissions.
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. Coaxial cables are known for low susceptibility to interference.
Keywords:  coda, code
Coda Code
Keywords:  utp, swap, hot, protocol
Hot Swap Protocol UTP
Keywords:  catv, media, built, principal, physical
The principal physical media over which CATV systems are built.
Keywords:  codec, code
Keywords:  unbalanced, common, line, type
a common type of unbalanced line
a physical network medium that offers large bandwidth and the ability to support high data rates with immunity to electrical interference and a low incidence of errors.