Difference between Guided and Unguided Media?

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There is a huge difference between guided and unguided media. Guided media is a technique that is wired. On the other hand unguided media is a wireless technique.
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Guided Media : Guided Transmission Media uses a "cabling" system that guides the data signals along a specific path. The data signals are bound by the "cabling"
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Guided means that you have someone guiding you around where
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It's just for you to select which media works for you. Good luck! Source(s) ☻.
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Your question can be explained as :- Transmission Media A: Guided Media : When Data Signals is guided along a Specific path eg: Co-axioal cable & Optical Fibre to name a few.
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