Why coaxial cable is much less perceptive to Interference?
Coaxial cable has a thicker shielding than most other cables.
What is the major factor that makes coaxial cable less susceptible to noise than twisted-pair cable?
A coaxial cable is shielded from electrical interference signals whereas UTP (Unshielded Twisted Pair) cable is not. The random twisting with which UTP is manufactured works very well, however, in locations where the interference levels are relatively low, because its method of construction ensures that any interference affects both wires in the pair equally. It should also be mentioned that STP (Shielded Twisted pair) cable is also available and is sometimes specified for LANs (Local…
Coaxial cables are conductors that send an electrical signal through an inner conductor which is surrounded by a protective insulating layer and sealed by a shield. The cable itself is protected by the outside insulating layer. Coaxial cable is commonly used for video and CATV transmission. The advantage is that electromagnetic fields have less leakage outside the shield.
Optical fiber vs Coaxial cable... Optical fiber is glass strands and uses light to transmit the sound in 1's and 0's (digital). No interference from magnetic fields, lights, power transformers and other things that can introduce noise into your sound or music. Coaxial cable is metal strands and uses electrical impulses to send the sound or signal down the wire. Because it is metal strands and is using electrical signal to send the sounds down…
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