what is the diffrence betwen coaxial cable and ethrnet cable?
- 4 months ago
im not sure what a coactual cable is, what is it actually?
- nineteenthlyLv 74 months ago
Coaxial cable has an outer braided cylinder around a wire core. Ethernet cable is wired appropriately to connect to what's popularly known as an RJ45 connected. Coaxial can be used for many different purposes, e.g. UHF TV aerial connections.
- Carlos MLv 74 months ago
Coaxial: shielded with an wire in the midle.
Ethernet: 8 wires and usually a blue wrapper. Model CAT5e, CAT6
- ANDRE LLv 74 months ago
As neither has anything to do with this section, who cares ?
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- Bill-MLv 74 months ago
Ethernet has EIGHT conductors. Coaxial has ONE center conductor with a Shield.
- 4 months ago
Coaxial is basically a 2-conductor cable; an inner wire is surrounded by an outer sheath, which may in itself also be shielded. It typically carries video information. Ethernet is typically a braided 8-wire cable, and carries high-speed communications.
- Ronald 7Lv 74 months ago
Are you sure this should be in Astronomy and Space
A coaxial cable connects from your Television Receptor to send a signal to your TV
An Ethernet Cable (Yellow) connects internet to your computer, if you do not have Wi Fi
Or until you get it
- JimLv 74 months ago
- Bone AloneLv 74 months ago
Coaxial cable’s end is circular with a thin metal in the middle.
Ethernet cable looks like a lan phone cord but the cord is thicker and the end is wider.