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Cable Communications Act Of 1984
Cable may refer to: Mechanical * Nautical cable, an assembly of three or more ropes woven against the weave of the ropes, rendering it virtually waterproof * Wire rope, a type of rope which consists of several strands of metal wire laid into a helix ** Arresting cable, part of a system used to rapidly decelerate an aircraft as it lands ** Bowden cable, a mechanical cable for transmitting force ** Flexible shaft, the rotational analogue of Bowden cable; transmits torque * Rope generally, especially a thick, heavy ("cable laid") variety Transmission * Electrical cable, an assembly of one or more wires which may be insulated, used for transmission of electrical power or signals ** Coaxial cable, an electrical cable comprising an inner conductor surrounded by a flexible, tubular insulating layer, coated or surrounded by a tubular conducting shield ** Power cable, a cable used to transmit electrical power ** Submarine communications cable, a cable laid on the sea bed to carry telecommun ...
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Nautical Cable
A nautical cable is a band of tightly woven and clamped ropes, of a defined cable length, used during the age of sail for deep water anchoring, heavy lifting, ship to ship transfers and towing during blue sea sailing and other uses. Waterproof lines Ordinary rope is not waterproof. When a ship anchors in relatively deep water (greater than 20 fathoms or so), the anchor and rope that is let down becomes prohibitively difficult to raise again, even with a mechanism like a Capstan (nautical), capstan. This ultimately limits the depths available with ordinary rope to within the weight bearing capacity of the rope. The rope will become so heavy with water it will break. The traditional instructions, according to the British Royal Navy in the age of sail, are: Three large strands of tightly woven rope of about 110 fathoms in length are themselves tightly woven in a direction counter to the weave,
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Cable (CDP), Wisconsin
Cable is an unincorporated area, unincorporated, census-designated place located in the town of Cable, Wisconsin, Cable, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, United States. The community is located northeast of the city of Hayward, Wisconsin, Hayward on U.S. Highway 63. Cable has a post office with ZIP code 54821. As of the United States Census, 2010, 2010 census, its population was 206. History Cable was laid out in 1878. It was named for R. Cable, a local hotel owner. A post office called Cable has been in operation since 1882. References

Census-designated places in Bayfield County, Wisconsin Census-designated places in Wisconsin {{BayfieldCountyWI-geo-stub ...
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