Technological advancements have led to the introduction of lot many advanced gadgets. For instance, the old bulky box television has now transformed into slender and stylish new avatars called LCD and LEDs. But then there are people who are still using a CRT as it is only over the recent four five years that LCDs and LEDs have come in the market. Now how does a CRT monitor receive cable signals from the local cable operators?
Well, that's when you need a coaxial cable or a VGA cable. For all the audio and video requirements and to connect a cable connection with your television, a coaxial cable is needed. A coaxial cable has a greater transmission capacity. However, there's a myth that a coax cable is used just to connect TVs to a cable TV service. There are more segments where these cables can be used.
A coax cable has the potential of connecting a broadband cable Internet and to connect a cable modem. Apart from this, a coax cable can also be used to carry a heavy data load to provide internet service. Coaxial cable is used for carrying lower-frequency signals, such as audio signals as well.
There's another important usage of these cables. Almost all high-speed internet modems connect via coaxial cables. This makes it really crucial for you to know how many types of coax cables are there and how can they be used.
Best quality picture is what one desires! For that to happen a strong connection from the local cable connection provider to the
television or from a DVD player to a monitor is a must. Similarly, a faulty connection from the modem to a router can drastically slow down your internet connection. Basically there are two kinds of coaxial cables in the market: digital and analog.
Both digital coaxial cables and analog coax cables transmit audio data however signal shielding remains a critical issue with the analog cables. With the digital coax cable it is easier to keep your data secured. Likewise, VGA cable or Video Graphics Array, is a great option when it comes to connecting your computer to the monitor. Though it is a little outdated now but a VGA cable is still the biggest thing the computer and display market has in terms of a good video standards.
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