Data Communications and Networking. Chapter 4 Transmission Media Reading: Book Chapter 4 Data and Computer Communications, 8th edition By William Stallings. Transmission Media. In a data transmission system, the transmission medium is the physical path between transmitter and receiver.
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Book Chapter 4
Data and Computer Communications, 8th edition
By William Stallings
A wire pair acts as a single communication link. Typically, a number of these pairs are bundled together into a cable.
The twisting tends to decrease the crosstalk interference between adjacent pairs in a cable, which usually contain hundreds of pairs.
Two conductors: outer conductor & inner conductor