A kind of coaxial cable called digital RG6 coaxial cable is intended for transmitting digital signals. It is a shielded cable that has been created especially for digital applications including internet, satellite, and television. A centre conductor, an insulation dielectric, an inner shield, an outer shield, and an outer jacket are the standard components of a digital RG6 coaxial cable. The signal is carried by the centre conductor, which is typically copper in composition. A substance that resembles foam called the insulation dielectric serves as insulation and serves to minimise signal interference. The signal is shielded from outside interference by the inner and outer shields, which are commonly constructed of copper or aluminium.