Coaxial Cabling Infrastructure refers to the system of cables, hardware, and assemblies that use coaxial cables for reliable signal transmission. It includes coaxial and DS3 cables, which feature a central conductor and shielding to minimize interference and loss, ensuring high-quality video, RF, and data transmission. This infrastructure also encompasses pre-terminated cable assemblies for quick installation, along with adapters, connectors, and other components that secure stable connections. Coaxial cabling infrastructure is widely used in broadband, cable television, telecommunications, and security systems due to its ability to deliver high-bandwidth signals efficiently over long distances.