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[[Image:Triaxial cable.jpg|thumb|300px|'''[[Triaxial cable]]''' A specialized form of '''[[coaxial cable]]''', circular in cross-section and consisting of (a) a center conductor, often a solid wire but sometimes braided.]] [[Image:Triaxial cable.jpg|thumb|300px|'''[[Triaxial cable]]''' A specialized form of '''[[coaxial cable]]''', circular in cross-section and consisting of (a) a center conductor, often a solid wire but sometimes braided.]]
'''[[Triaxial cable]]''' A specialized form of '''[[coaxial cable]]''', circular in cross-section and consisting of (a) a center conductor, often a solid wire but sometimes braided. '''[[Triaxial cable]]''' A specialized form of '''[[coaxial cable]]''', circular in cross-section and consisting of (a) a center conductor, often a solid wire but sometimes braided.
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== '''Also See;''' == == '''Also See;''' ==
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*'''[[Category 5 cable]]''' *'''[[Category 5 cable]]'''
*'''[[Category 3 cable]]''' *'''[[Category 3 cable]]'''
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*'''[[Freestyle Equipment List]]''' *'''[[Freestyle Equipment List]]'''
*'''[[Twisted pair cabling]]''' *'''[[Twisted pair cabling]]'''
 +*'''[[Multi-mode optical fiber]]'''
 +*'''[[Single-mode optical fiber]]'''
 +*'''[[Optical fiber connector]]'''
 +*'''[[Multiplexer]]'''
 +*'''[[Multiplexing]]'''
 +*'''[[Communication channel]]'''
 +*'''[[Structure of an Optical Fiber]]'''
 +*'''[[FireWire]]'''

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Triaxial cable A specialized form of coaxial cable, circular in cross-section and consisting of (a) a center conductor, often a solid wire but sometimes braided.
Triaxial cable A specialized form of coaxial cable, circular in cross-section and consisting of (a) a center conductor, often a solid wire but sometimes braided.

Triaxial cable A specialized form of coaxial cable, circular in cross-section and consisting of (a) a center conductor, often a solid wire but sometimes braided.


Also See;


Reference

  1. See Wikipedia Triaxial cable [1]



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