How coaxial cable used in Ethernet?
A coaxial cable is used when connecting a cable modem to your ISP.
by sticking it together with sticky tape or get it fixed at JB HI FI
Cables most commonly used in a star-bus topology would be a 10Base2 or 10Base-T Ethernet cable.
BY discontenting it and restarting it
cat 6 is always a regiment cable usually gigabit ethernet, it is backward compatible.Cat 5 usually can handle 10/100Mbps which is a fast ethernet.
RJ45 connectors are used in "ethernet cables". These cables connect network devices between computers and systems.
The type of cable that enables the longest transmission with the lowest loss is called Goubau line, or G-line, for short. This line has far less loss than either coaxial cable or parallel line (twinlead). By using conical shaped "launchers", G-line creates a type of waveguide.
Why are coaxial cables used for cable TV transmission and normal wires used for electricity transmission?
The simplest explanation (and therefore not completely accurate, but it will help you understand what happens) is that as the frequency of an AC signal increases the less able a wire is to contain it. at very low frequencies, including those of powerlines, the current flows easily through the entire diameter of the wire at intermediate frequencies, up to about the AM radio band, the current avoids the center of the wire, only flowing through… Read More
An "Ethernet" cable. These are different size from normal telephone cables/connectors. They are usually yellow or green in color. You are also going to need a modem or modem/router to receive the internet feed from either a cable company, telephone wire, or DSL.
Copper has been used lately in wires and cables like coaxial and electric wires.
At times Wifi receivers may not be working. This can be because it's failing to transmit a signal to your wireless PC. When you attach your yellow Ethernet cable and patch straight into your access point you don't need to worry about getting/sending signals because you are directly patched into your receiver. That is how it can fix some connection problems.
How can I get my computer to connect to the internet via ethernet on Windows 7 when i cannot get passed the ISP login?
In order to connect to the internet you will require an internet subscription to an Internet Service Provider (ISP). If you have DSL or Cable Internet (highly likely) you would plug your Ethernet into your PC and the other end into your router. (If you have one) other connect it into the modem. If you can NOT login to your ISP, you will have to contact them.
The same things as an internal harddisk, except it must be connected to the computer by an external cable (e.g. USB, FireWire, Thunderbolt, Ethernet, Fibre Channel, SCSI) or via Wi-Fi.
Most cable plugs are held just by friction, but some types have a notch that a spring loaded contact in the receptacle catches on to lock the connector in place (e.g. phone plugs, miniphone plugs) once it is fully seated. But when you get to more advanced and modern specialty cables (e.g. RJ11 telephone, Ethernet) a spring loaded release latch is incorporated that snaps when the cable is inserted and completely prevents the cable from… Read More
fiber optic cables are made of either thin glass fiber or thin plastic fiber with signals transmitted as pulses of light copper cables are made of either twisted pairs or coaxial cable made of copper with signals transmitted as electrical voltages or currents The signal carrying capacity of a fiber optic cable is much greater than that of a copper cable and a copper cable is much heavier and takes up more space than a… Read More
Yes, if you wish to use your laptop away from home using someone else's wifi network, or using a hotspot. At home, rather than wifi, you could use an ethernet cable to wire directly to your router.
The triceps muscle is the primary muscle used in a cable extension.
They have a long extension called an axon that is enclosed by a coating of myelin (generated by a different cell type) capable of acting much like a coaxial cable in electronics, rapidly propagating an excitation signal voltage pulse to the synapse where it is transferred chemically to another nerve cell.
When using a straight through cable for networking, only 3 pairs are used.
The use of armoured cable is determined by the application that needs an electrical source of voltage. It is a metal sheath cable classification. Armoured cable is used in applications that need mechanical protection usually below a certain elevation. Armoured cable is also usually used on surface wiring. If you have access to an electrical code book there is a whole section on armoured cable. In the CEC the section about armoured cable starts at… Read More
There are lots of "cables" in a radio of many different types, so I am not completely certain what you are referring to. However I will assume you might be asking about what is called "coaxial cable" (shown in the photo). This is composed of two conductors: center wire conductor or signal outer braided sleeve conductor or shield
10 Gigabit Ethernet can transmit Ethernet frames at a speed to 10 gigabits per second (10 billion bits per second). The technology has been slowly growing in popularity, having been hindered by its higher price.
A cable is a cable which can be used for ac or dc. The voltage rating is limited by the insulation while the current rating depends on the cross-section area of the conductor.
Metallic sheathed cable is a cable that had a metallic outer protective covering that protects the inner current carrying conductors from damage. Examples for this type of cable is MI (Mineral insulated cable), shown in photo above. BX cable and Teck cable are two more examples of this type of cable.
In the electrical trade devices that are used to support a cable or conduit entry into an electrical device are called connectors. These can be called strain relief,sealtite, EMT, or BX but they are all called connectors When the word gland is used it usually refers to the wiring of explosion proof devices. When making a wire end, the conductors are fed through an empty gland that is twisted on to the end of the… Read More
Both are obsolete implementations of the Ethernet standard over coax cable. Specifically, thicknet (formally known as 10Base5) used RG8 cable while thinnet (formally known as 10Base2 used RG58. Both standards ran at 10Mbps, as indicated by the 10 in both their names but since 10Base5 used the thicker RG8 cable, it had a maximum cable length of 500 meters (indicated by the 5 at the end of its name) while the thinner 10Base2 had a… Read More
its called a cable
Without a too-technical explanation, your router is what you use to connect to the internet. It is plugged into the phone line, and is either connected to your computer by a cable (ethernet) or issues a wireless signal that a wireless card in your PC connects to. So it is the same for your PSVita, you want to connect to that same router using the same SSID, password and other credentials.
The various types of Ethernet twisted pair cable. All categories of Ethernet cable (5, 5e, 6, and 6a (sometimes improperly called 6e)) have a maximum length of 100 meters (328 feet) as distances beyond that experience too much loss of signal to be useful for networking purposes. Now having said this, the practical maximum length can be cut much shorter due to interference from high-voltage power lines, crimps or twists in the cable runs, or… Read More
A patch cable is used to connect one end device to some sort of power source. It can also be used to connected two switches together to form one switch.
Is it possible to connect a desktop PC to a laptop by Ethernet cable to allow internet usage on the desktop PC?
Yes,You can connect your laptop with your PC and use internet on both of the systems. Please follow the step by step guide below to have it done: First you need to Buy Ethernet Crossover Cable that is long enough to connect your laptop to PC. Then you need to connect that Ethernet Cable on the Side of laptop and then the other end at the back LAN port of your PC. Go to network… Read More
The NM represents the type of sheath on the cable. NM stands for Non Metallic sheath cable..
Some printers can be part of a LAN and come printers can't be part of a LAN. Most printers that can be connected to a LAN connect via EtherNet cables, but they are now making a few that are Wi-Fi capable I have both a Laser Printer and an Inkjet Printer connected to my apartment LAN via EtherNet cables.
The voltage is always determined by the device. (in this case a slow cooker). However, having established what voltage to supply to the device, the cable must be suitable for the voltage used. Everything in the chain of power transmission, must be rated for the correct voltage. Cables, plugs, fuses etc.
I cannot use my internet as i have no network drivers installed and the only way to install them is by using the internet also im using an ethernet cable which also isnt working Help?
If you need to download and install drivers but have no internet service, you can download to a thumb drive from another PC and then install from there. You can also try downloading to your phone and then plugging the phone in and using it as a removable storage drive.
Cable is mechanical.
the cable can be anywhere from 899 to 1000
What can be wrong if your Vmax hx718 wont lift Just bought a coaxial helicopter yesterday and now its broken?
You should probably take it to the shop for tests.
plug it into an ethernet router connect wirelessly with wifi
An Ethernet port.
First obtain an Ethernet Cord. Plug the cord into your laptop in the Ethernet Connector. The head of the cord should click when you insert it in. Next find the same port on your WIFI router. You are now connected to the World Wide Web.
Certainly, any cable can stop functioning.
The signal will move down the cable at from about 1/3 the speed of light to about 9/10 the speed of light, depending on the type of cable used. If there is a booster amplifier in the cable between the antenna and the TV set this will add more delay. You will need to know the length and types of cable used (and look up their signal propagation speed) as well as the delay of… Read More
It doesn't have a cable driven tach. It is electronic.
There is no safe way to charge an iPad without a cable.
You can measure its diameter with a micrometer. For this the cable does not have to be vertical.
Fuel line. Throttle lines of which there are 2. One is the accelerator cable and the other is the return cable sometimes called the idle cable.