copper cable

copper cable

[′käp·ər ′kā·bəl]
(electricity)
A mechanically assembled group of copper wires, used in place of a single, large wire for increased flexibility.
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This connector was developed as a challenger to Cat-5/Cat-6 copper cable to the desk and is very low cost.
Hisham El-Alaily, head of the NTRA, said that the authority requested from Internet service providers to provide documents proving the damage they incurred due to the copper cable replacement process, in order to look into the means for compensation.
Last September, Riyadh police arrested eight men they say were involved in at least 30 cases of copper cable theft from power stations around the capital.
According to the ministry, the value of the UAE's copper cable exports grew by 102 per cent to reach $1.
Riyadh police have arrested a gang of eight Asians involved in 30 cases of copper cable theft.
Engineers had to carry out repairs after a quarter of mile of rubbercoated copper cable was cut from a telegraph pole at a section of track between Inverurie and Huntly.
THREE men have been jailed after being caught red-handed trying to steal copper cable from a railway repair yard.
FCI Electronics Division will be highlighting its High-Speed I/O Connections offering - including copper cable assemblies, active optical cables, transceivers, connectors and cages - to accomplish high-speed Infiniband, 10/40/100G Ethernet, Fibre Channel or SAS cable links.
A THIEF who tried to steal copper cable from a railway line while he was on bail for a similar offence has been jailed.
The barbed wire perimeter fence of the radio mast on Lead Road, Chopwell in Gateshead, was cut and hundreds of pounds worth of copper cable stolen from inside.
Police have revealed that intruders who tried to steal copper cable caused an explosion.