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Will Cat6 Patch Panel Work with Cat6a Cable?

As information technology develops, we have to upgrade our network products such as the cables, patch panels, etc. Besides, to reduce our data center’s cost,…

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Cat6 vs Cat6a Cable: How They Differ From Each Other?

An Ethernet cable, one of the most commonly used network cables in wired networks, connects devices in local area networks, such as computers, routers and…

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Using Pre-terminated Cat6 Cable For Signal Extension

Thanks to the complexity of the fiber optic installation and audio video system, the need for sending multiple signal types and control over long distances…

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Deciphering Male and Female RJ45 Connector

Many people think that RJ45 to RJ45 connectors are the same as the modular plugs or jacks, but they’re wrong. In most cases, the term…

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Understanding Bulk Ethernet Cable: Stranded or Solid Ethernet Cable

There are a dizzying number of bulk Ethernet cable type available on the market, corresponding to a array of standards detailing the configuration and performance…

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Inline Coupler vs. Punch Down Keystone Jack

When DIY a home network, besides the common problems (written in the previous article “Do It Yourself for Your Home Network”), people often feel puzzled…

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The Do’s & Don’ts of UTP Cable Installation

With the technology evolving rapidly and new products keep coming out, optical technicians have to upgrade their knowledge accordingly. Take the UTP (unshieled twisted pair)…

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Difference Between 50 Ohm and 75 Ohm Coaxial Cable

People know much about the coaxial cables, but they know little about the different impedance of coaxial cables, namely 50 Ohm and 75 Ohm coaxial…

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