thin Ethernet cable ⇝


<networking, hardware>

A common, low-impedance (52 ohm), quarter-inch diameter coaxial cable with BNC connectors, used for 10base2 Ethernet wiring, sometimes called "cheapernet" in comparison with "full spec" RG8 cabling. A member of the "Radio Guide" series.

Last updated: 2002-06-17

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