coax cable

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Noun1.coax cable - a transmission line for high-frequency signals
transmission line, cable, line - a conductor for transmitting electrical or optical signals or electric power
ethernet cable - any of several types of coaxial cable used in ethernets
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Stable and reliable coax cable connections are crucial to a high performance HFC network.
a composite micro-cable optimized to be jetted into the existing coax cable sheaths after the core had been extracted;
Available options consist of premium and radio remote controls, pan-zoom camera system with either coax cable control or fiber optic control and integrated package with rock breaker boom system, power unit and operator's cab mounted collectively on an upper carriage platform.
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The Zyxel MoCA 2.0 Bonding Solution enables solution providers to deliver secure, gigabit wired and wireless connectivity everywhere within subscribers' homes utilizing their existing coax cable infrastructure.
The use of FDX technology provides broadband operators a path to deploy multi-gigabit upstream data speeds, enabling operators to deliver symmetric internet access speeds equivalent to fiber while extending the life of their existing hybrid coax cable plants.
This is made possible by transmitting of large amounts of data from cameras, lasers and sonar sensors over a 1000m coax cable tethered to the robot.
RG58 coax cable to the AC-coupled input of a LeCroy 1 GHz bandwidth Digital Sampling Oscilloscope (DSO).
The Ethernet Over Coax Extenders are used in pairs, with a local (EOCPSE4020-110) and remote (EOCPD4020-110) device placed at opposite ends of a 75-ohm coax cable and is capable of delivering a full 25 Watts of power to the edge device at near Gigabit speed.