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How do the characteristics of coaxial cable compare with twisted-pair cable?

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Both the coaxial cable and twisted pair cable have a basic connection medium for network cabling.

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Coaxial cable can be used for transmission of RF (radio frequencies) whereas Cat 5 (twisted pairs cable) can not.

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