The difference between UTP cable and Coaxial cable?

A UTP cable has 4 pairs of twisted wires. In a coaxial cable, there are two conductors, one inside the other. Since they have a common center, or axis, they are called "coaxial" (co-axial).

A UTP cable has 4 pairs of twisted wires. In a coaxial cable, there are two conductors, one inside the other. Since they have a common center, or axis, they are called "coaxial" (co-axial).

A UTP cable has 4 pairs of twisted wires. In a coaxial cable, there are two conductors, one inside the other. Since they have a common center, or axis, they are called "coaxial" (co-axial).

A UTP cable has 4 pairs of twisted wires. In a coaxial cable, there are two conductors, one inside the other. Since they have a common center, or axis, they are called "coaxial" (co-axial).

A UTP cable has 4 pairs of twisted wires. In a coaxial cable, there are two conductors, one inside the other. Since they have a common center, or axis, they are called "coaxial" (co-axial).