Definitions for "Feeder Cable"
Keywords:  coaxial, taps, cable, trunk, datacomm
Large cable leaving a central office to serve a specific area. Also called main or primary cable.
25-Pair cable run from the equipment location to the distribution frame. Equipment end is typically wired with a female 50-position connector and the distribution frame end is wired with a male 50-position plug.
Coaxial cables that connect the taps serving subscribers to the bridger or line extender amplifiers in the system.
Fiber is made of very pure glass. Digital signals in the form of modulated light travel on strands of fiber for long distances. The advantage that fiber has over copper is that it can carry more information over much longer distances.