Coaxial Cabling is a cylindrical transmission line comprised of a conductor centered inside a metallic tube or shield, separated by a dielectric material, and usually covered by an insulating jacket. Coaxial cable is copper cable that is sometimes used by telephone companies from their central office to the telephones users, but is commonly used by the cable television industry. It is also widely used by businesses for local area computer networks and Ethernet.
Because of its high data bandwidth, you can simultaneously receive hundreds of channels from coax cable and is less susceptible to interference, but depending on the carrier’s technology, optical fiber and twisted pair copper wire can be used instead of coaxial cable.
Our highly skilled technicians are vetted in coaxial cabling and can help when building out local or business networks. Contact an Electrical Connection contractor today to set up a consultation.