How is 'Coaxial Cable' and 'Fibre Optic' related to OSI model and TCP/IP?

Can someone please tell me how these two (Coaxial Cable and Fibre Optic) are related Open System Interconnection (OSI Model) and Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)?.

Thanks in advance
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abrar94
Asked May 28, 2013
Coax and Fiber optic are technologies for transmission of data. They send a band of frequencies over a cable capable of carrying a number of different types of data. The OSI Model is a seven layer model for grouping similar communications from those broadband transmissions into one of the seven logical tiers to insure error free transmission. TCP/IP is a protocol for organizing and routing digital communications into packets and is a layer 4 transmission under the OSI model.
Rob
Answered May 28, 2013
Coax and fiber optics are the media use to transit the data, they would reside at the physical layer of the osi model. As Rob mentions TCP is at layer 4.
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Answered May 28, 2013
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prayaag866
Answered Mar 20, 2020

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