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Cable

Exchange rate between British pound sterling and the U.S. dollar.

Cable

1. Informal; the exchange rate between the British pound and the U.S. dollar. This term is used by currency traders, and it originates from the transatlantic cables used to wire the exchange rate between the two currencies in the 19th century.

2. Informal for the GBP.
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CommScope is the world's largest manufacturer of broadband coaxial cable for Hybrid Fiber Coaxial (HFC) applications and a leading supplier of fiber- optic and twisted-pair cables for LAN, wireless and other communications applications.
MOCSY brand 75 Ohm coaxial cable is available in Series 6, 11, 59, and mini-headend.
announced today their client Coaxial Cable Television Corporation, of Edinboro, Pennsylvania, finalized the completion and installation of their Challenger all-digital platform today.
The cable is really a coaxial cable that is used to transfer a video signal between a security camera and a recording or video viewing device.
RF coaxial cable is widely applied in mobile communication, broadcast and television, communication terminal and aerospace.
These 1,000 foot reels of VERICOM Bulk Coaxial Cable are designed for those environments that need extended runs of outstanding Dual Shield 60% coverage cable.
End-users for coaxial cables include CATV companies, internet service providers, telephone service providers, military and aerospace industry, system integrators, construction industry and communication equipment manufacturers for medical, marine, automobile and other industries.
Designed for superior monitoring and control of radar, military vehicles, satellite, space, missile, RF ablation and test and measurement equipment, Temp-Flex coaxial cable solutions are insulated with a fluoropolymer dielectric.
The report segments North America coaxial cable market by applications into video transfer, radio frequency and internet data transfer over coaxial cable.
The report provides in-depth analysis of coaxial cable industry in North America with market size and forecast from 2012 - 2018.
report theoretical calculations suggesting that a future superconducting coaxial cable made with a magnetically levitated core could transmitt data at a rate of 100 billion bits per second over a distance of 600 kilometers, or about 375 miles.