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Coaxial cable

usually copper

Coaxial cable, cable consisting of 2 conductors, one within the other, separated by an insulator. The inner is usually a small copper wire; the outer, usually copper braid. Coaxial cables are used in the transmission of TV, telephone, and telegraph signals.

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