Transmitting Signals through a Coaxial Cable

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I need to know a specific bandwidth if a video signal has a bandwidth of 2MHz with audio signal that has 3MHz and the color signal of the video must have 5MHz, how the following signals can transmit through a coaxial cable with a total bandwidth of 5MHz.

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Transmitting Signals through a Coaxial Cable

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The video is heavy compared to the audio file, and the video is being transmitted at a frequency of only 2MHz through the coaxial cable which is a slower speed compared to the video transmission speed through the coaxial cable which is 3 MHz. This automatically tells you that the video will  take quite longer to be transmitted because of two facts.

First its transmission frequency is low compared to the audio file, and the second reason being that being a video file then it will be heavier compared to the video file. The bandwidth that the coaxial cable is transmitting the files will matter too, because if the bandwidth is too small, then the transmission speed will be slow.

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