Thick ethernet wiring, Computer Networking

THICK ETHERNET WIRING:

 It needs thick coax cable. AUI cable joins from NIC to transceiver. AUI cable take digital signal from NIC to transceiver. The transceiver creates analog signal on coax cable. The wires in AUI take digital signals power and other control signals. Thick Ethernet also needs terminators to avoid signal reflectance. This is given in the diagram below:

 

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