Definitions for "Cabling"
The wiring used to connect or interconnect pieces of equipment (sometimes referred to as "cords"). The main types of audio cabling are mic or instrument cabling, speaker cabling and power cabling. Mic cabling is light gauge (22-26 ga), is generally balanced, and may contain one or two pairs of conductors inside a foil or braid shield, plus a ground or drain wire. Instrument cabling consists of a single lead inside3 a foil or braid shield. Speaker cabling may be single pair or multipair. It is generally much heavier gauge (16ga or heavier)than mic or instrument cabling. It is virtually always unshielded. Power cabling (or "AC") carries electricity from house panels, outlets or a generator to the equipment
The method by which a group of insulated conductors are mechanically assembled by twisting together. Also known as twisting.
The twisting together of two or more insulated conductors to form an assembly.
The decoration of a fluted shaft of a column or of a pilaster with reeds, or rounded moldings, which seem to be laid in the hollows of the fluting. These are limited in length to about one third of the height of the shaft.
when the flutes of columns are partly occupied by solid convex masses, they are said to be cabled.
Cabling refers to the use of cables to stabilize a tree that displays a tendency to lean in one direction or another, rather than growing straight. Cabling is often employed by arborists or other skilled tree service professionals to save a specimen tree. If cabling isn't done properly, girdling can result.
the use of flexible cables to secure weak, imbalanced branches and forks to provide tree support.
Term for all lines required to pre-stress the bow to the brace position. Generally exclusive of the string.
Keywords:  uproot, sown, tractors, crawler, brush
The use of a large cable pulled between two large tractors (usually crawler tractors) to pull sown or uproot brush.
Fiber Optic Cable NOS Thinnet
The process of extruding various buffers and jackets onto fiber and incorporating strength members or armoring as needed after the draw process.
The physical wire that connects a network.
The data lines run to connect computer, display, or power sources
A system of telecommunications cables, cords and connecting hardware that can support the connection of information technology equipment.