Cable is a physical connection used by electronic components to transmit electrical signals.
A cable usually consists of one or more electrically insulated wires surrounded by an outer material.
Cables are used for various purposes such as power and data transmission, communication, and control.
There are various types of cables depending on the purpose of use. Some examples include:
Power cable: A cable used to supply AC or DC power.
Signal cable: A cable used to transmit digital signals, analog signals, RF signals, etc.
LAN cable: A cable used to transmit data on a local network (LAN).
HDMI cable: A cable used to transmit high-definition video and audio signals.
USB cable: A cable used to transfer data between a USB device and a computer or other device.
Cables are selected based on various factors such as size, length, material, and electrical resistance, and play an important role in electronic component design and system construction.
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