Coaxial cable (Coax)

Coaxial cable (Coax),

Definition of Coaxial cable (Coax):

  1. Heavy-duty, high speed data transmission cable used in computer networks, cable TV, etc. It consist of a copper core encased in plastic which in turn is surrounded by a braided copper shield, and the whole thing is covered with plastic insulation. Coax provides largely interference-free medium for both baseband and broadband communications.

Meaning of Coaxial cable (Coax) & Coaxial cable (Coax) Definition