I was reading online about how Ethernet cables use twisted pairs instead of coaxial cables because it's better in some way. Some websites say that twisted pairs cost less, can carry higher frequencies, and filter out noise, cross talk, interference, etc.
If that's the case, why are most oscilloscope probe cables made using coaxial cables? Maybe some advantage I'm missing out on?
I thought oscilloscopes are supposed to capture a higher and wider range of frequencies than ethernet cables, so a better ethernet cable would be made up of coaxial cable.
But after looking at the benefits of ethernet cables, I thought that the better oscilloscope probe cable would be made up of twisted pairs. Hence why I am confused right now.