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Types of Coaxial cable?

Posted By :Shashi Ray     Posted Date :March 25, 2010    Points :10   Category :Networking 
Coaxial cables are mainly divided into four categories:-

1. RG58

2. RG8

3. RG6

4. RG59

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Coaxial cable RG58 ?

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Coaxial cable RG8 ?

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Coaxial cable RG6 ?

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Coaxial cable RG59 ?

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