The first version of Ethernet was based on coxial cable. The original form of Ethernet 10 Base-5 used a thick Coaxial cable that was not directly connected to the computer’s NIC (Network Interface Card). An attachment unit Interface (AUI) ran from a DB15 connector on the back side of the NIC to the thick coax. A “vampire tap” is inserted into the thick coax to which the AUI is connected. Another version of coaxial cables…"Transmission’s Guided media with Coxial Cable"
Transmission media is the physical path that carry data from transmitter to receiver. The signals Transmitted from one device to another device in the form of electromagnetic energy with the help of transmission media. The Transmission media can be divided into two classes:: Guided Media and Unguided Media. Gutded transmission media uses a cabling system that guides the data signals along a specific path. The data signals are bounded by the cabling system. Guided media…"Guided Media of Transmission in Communication"