Coaxial cable refers to a cable consisting of two conductors concentric with, and insulated from, each other. Coaxial Cable: A tubular wire transmission medium that consists of a central conductor surrounded by a dielectric insulator that is in turn surrounded by a tubular conductor. The outer conductor is usually at ground potential and also serves as an electrical shield

-see also:
"Coaxial cable" is in the CPC Code "4632"
  Coaxial cable and other coaxial electric conductors

"Coaxial cable" is in the UNSPSC Code "26121606"
  Coaxial cable
Ref: 122671/2006-09-19

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