From the function perspective, the coaxial cable can be divided into baseband coaxial cable and broadband coaxial cable (network coaxial cable and video coaxial cable). Coaxial cables have two categories (50?? baseband cable, and 75?? broadband cable). Among them, Baseband is subdivided to thin coaxial cable and thick coaxial cable is divided. The baseband cable can be only used for digital transmission data with rate of up to 10Mbps.
Coaxial cable plays an important role in our life. Coaxial cable carries the signals of audio and video from TV programming source to a TV. The modern TV, especially high definition TVs, is equipped with different jacks for connecting to the sources.
The most common digital connection is a High Definition Media Interface (HDMI) cable that uses a six-sided plug. We have to convert it to HDMI sometimes. Converting coaxial cable to HDMI requires a powered adapter similar to an old RF modulator for converting coaxial signals. Available at electronics stores, the adapter attaches to both cables in minutes. At the first place, you have to connect the coaxial cable to the signal adapter box by attracting the cable coupler to the threaded jack on the box and
Turing clockwise by your hand slowly. Secondly, you have to try to connect the other end of the coaxial cable to a compatible signal source, such as the satellite TV, the receiver box for cable and so on. And the next step you have to do is plug an coax to hdmi nto the adapter box with the wider end of the cable turned upward. Pay attention to that an HDMI plug inserts into only one direction. If you do not follow it, you will fail. And now it seems be close to be completed. Yes, for the same reason, the next step is connecting the other end of the HDMI cable to a port on the back of TV, monitor or other equipments. It also is with the wider end of the plug turned upward slowly. Some TV or monitors may have many HDMI inputs, and you may make a note that which one is used with the hdmi to coax onnection. The last step is to plug the adapter and the TV into a surge protector power strip, which can then be connected to a wall out let. It seems a little bit difficult for some people, especially new learner, but you can enjoy the results as long as you follow those steps carefully and slowly.
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