What is the definition of "signal to ground capacitance" of a coaxial cable. I know what capacitance is, but I'm not sure whether it is just the same thing.
What’s the definition of “signal to ground capacitance” of a coaxial cable? What’s the difference between it and normal capacitance
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It's exactly the same thing. It is the capacitance from the signal wire on the inside to the shielding on the outside.