Twinaxial Cable (Twinax)
Definition - What does Twinaxial Cable (Twinax) mean?
Techopedia explains Twinaxial Cable (Twinax)
The twin conductors of the twinax cable do not carry individual signals, nor is one considered as data and the other ground. The cable works in a half-duplex mode, as both connectors are required to transmit data. For example, to deliver a 0, wire A has to be greater than wire B for the first half of the bit duration and then A needs to be less than B on the next half. To deliver a 1, the reverse is done. All of this happens in 250 ns.
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