Coaxial cable is the kind of copper cable used by cable TV companies between the community antenna and user homes and businesses.
The Ottoman period spanned more than 600 years and came to an end only in 1922, when it was replaced by the The first period of Ottoman history was characterized by almost continuous territorial expansion, during which Ottoman dominion spread out from a small northwestern Anatolian principality to cover most of southeastern Europe and Anatolia.
In the client/server model, a file server is a computer responsible for the central storage and management of data files so that other computers on the same network can access the files.
A file server allows users to share information over a network without having to physically transfer files by floppy diskette or some other external storage device.
Coax cables were once prevalent in computers, but were replaced by digital links, such as Ethernet and other types of local area network cabling.
Coaxial cables are used by telcos to carry signals from a central office to telephone poles and by cable TV providers for service in communities.