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  • noun 10BASE2, a form of Ethernet using a thin coaxial cable


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thin +‎ net


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  • So we cobbled together a PC, with an old network card (it only supported coax-cable "thinnet" not cat5, so we had a converter) and Caldera.

    Planet Identity 2009

  • They flew down into a thinnet, which was of course a thinned thicket.

    Stork Naked Anthony, Piers 2006

  • I have an thinnet switch that seems to work (never tested the BNC connection but the ethernet connectors works just fine). carew86 2009

  • A large hospital can easily have over 200 of these unconnected systems installed on Cat 5 twisted pair, thinnet (10Base-T) and even thicknet (10Base5) coax cable.

    Medical Connectivity 2008


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