Coaxial cables have an inner conductor insulated by a dielectric material and then surrounded by an outer conductor that is shielded with braid or foil. Triaxial cables add an extra layer of insulation and a second conductive sheath. Coaxial cables, or “coax” as they are commonly called, can be run next to metal objects without experiencing the power losses that are common to other types of transmission lines. Coax also protects signals against external electromagnetic interference.
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