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coaxial

, coaxal
1. having or being mounted on a common axis
2. Geometry (of a set of circles) having all the centres on a straight line
3. Electronics formed from, using, or connected to a coaxial cable

coaxial

[kō′ak·sē·əl]
(mechanics)
Sharing the same axes.
(mechanical engineering)
Mounted on independent concentric shafts.
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Here, a "tray" approach is used to build an amplifier using a coaxial waveguide N-way combiner.
("Terminal-pair" is an accessible coaxial connection (port) consisting of an inner conductor and its shield.
Similarly for RG-6 coaxial cable, the key point for copper is whether the center conductor is solid copper or copper-clad steel.
If these or the other standard types of coaxial feedthroughs don't exactly fit the bill, don't worry, because a customized variation may.
One of the biggest pluses of coaxial cables is they are relatively immune to outside electrical interference; that's very important in an office crowded with electronic equipment.
As the rapid application of 5G to areas from internet of things (IoT) to wireless communications across the world fuels demand for RF coaxial cables (especially for fine/ultrafine products), global RF coaxial cable market has been ballooning, being expectedly worth USD7,024 million in 2019, a year-on-year increase of 7.9%.
The H182G single-port DPU provides an optical uplink (compatible with both EPON and GPON), a copper-based downlink (compatible with ITU-T Recommendations G.9960/G.9961) with options for coaxial or twisted pair, and two Gigabit Ethernet ports.
45 new coaxial lightning and surge protectors are designed to be used in Wi-Fi networks, active antenna systems, cellular networks, GPS systems, and public-safety communications systems.
has selected its MxL85110 broadband modem system on chip (SoC) for its HelEOS network system that delivers 10 Gbps symmetrical throughput over coaxial cable infrastructure.
Although there are now only about 15 cities in this country which have enough telephone traffic of a nature to justify its use under present condition, the coaxial cable--a copper tube with a concentric wire inside--has an amazing capacity for the transmission of conversations.
(PCT) has expanded its USA manufacturing capacity for coaxial cable to meet global supply chain demands.
Typically, similar electrotechnological procedures are performed using measuring means, such as high-voltage high-current measuring shunts (HHMSs) with coaxial cable communication lines operating in a matched wave mode [3, 4], and digital storage oscilloscopes (DSO).