Power Cables - An assembly of
two or more electrical
conductors, usually held together
with an overall sheath.
Eighth Inch Mini- plug widely used for
all variety of audio and video
connections on portable devices.
Quarter Inch Phone- Bigger
version of the 1/8 in mini.
VGA Cable- a three-row 15-pin connector. VGA
connectors and cables carry analog component
RGBHV (red, green,
DVI Cable- (Digital Visual Interface) is a
video display interface used to connect a
video source to a display device,
Ethernet Cable- a thick cable used to
connect a computer to a large network.
HDMI Cable- (High-Definition Multimedia
BNC Cable- a miniature quick
connect/disconnect RF connector used for
coaxial cable. It is used with radio,
television, and other radio-frequency
electronic equipment, test instruments,
video signals, and was once a popular
computer network connector.
Coaxial Cable- used as a transmission line
for radio frequency signals.
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