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Term Description
Transfer Impedance The ratio of internal longitude in a voltage to external current flow on the cable shield. It's used to determine shield effectiveness against both the ingress & egress of interfering signals.
Transmission Line A signal-carrying circuit controlled electrical characteristics used to transmit high-frequency or narrow-pulse signals
Transmission Loss The decrease or loss in power during transmission of energy from one point to another. Usually expressed in decibels.
Tray A unit/assembly of units or sections (and associated fittings) made of non-combustible materials forming a rigid structural system used to support cables
Tray Cable A factory-assembled multi-conductor/multi-pair control signal or power cable; specifically approved under the National Electrical Code for installation in trays
Tray Cables CSA (Canadian Standards Association International) Standard C22.2 No. 230-M1988; Canadian Electrical Code, Part I
Tri-Shield A type of shielding which is a foil/braid/foil
Triaxial Cable A cable construction having three coincident axes, such as conductor, first shield, and second shield all insulated from one another
Triboelectric Noise Noise generated in a shielded cable due to variations in capacitance between shielding and conductor as the cable is flexed
Triple (Triad) A cable consisting of three insulated single conductors twisted together
Triplex A cable composed of three insulated single conductor cables twisted together
Tubing A tube of extruded non-supported plastic or metallic material
Twin Cable A cable composed of two separately insulated stranded conductors laid parallel under a common covering
Twin Coaxial Cable A single cable consisting of two separate coaxial cables laid adjacent and parallel or twisted together
Twisted pair Composed of two small, separately insulated wires twisted together without a common covering

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