from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having or mounted on a common axis.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Having a common central axis.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. having a common axis.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a common axis. Also coaxal.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having a common axis
In the afternoon I wrote up a handoff report for the next crew, who will take over the work where we had to leave off due to lack of the right kind of coaxial cable.
Innovative features such as coaxial reagent disk, reagent bubble detection, dot light source and water quality monitor, are built in to ensure accuracy, convenience and cost-efficiency.
BD370 Blu-Ray that has only 2 RCA audio outputs, but also has a single orange "coaxial" audio ouput that looks like an RCA port, and an optical audio ouput.
This is the market that Clear is trying to capture - the regional metro area market where they can deploy equipment and develop a subscriber base; and then when the technology gets refined, crank up the bandwidth to something that DSL and cable just can't do because of limitations of their technology - thin copper phone wire, or sharing your datastream with 300 channels of video in the same coaxial RG-6 wire.
It is an unfair generalization and a put-down not worthy of Boing Boing. coaxial replied to comment from Antinous/Moderator
I thought "if I'm going out then I'm going out with a shred of dignity, dammit!" coaxial replied to comment from Anonymous
In addition, the team is installing coaxial and fiber optic cable through Metro's network of inbound and outbound tunnels, which cover more than 100 miles.
The "leaky" coaxial cable, similar to a sprinkler hose with holes in it, will be used to disperse the signal to trains inside the tunnels.
Yes, G. hn uses existing home wiring (electric wiring, coaxial cable, phone wiring) so no new wires have to be installed.
HomePNA — This standard can use copper or coaxial cables inside the home to deliver data rates of up to 320 Mbps. Most-U.S. based telecommunications companies have chosen this as their home-networking standard.