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Why to Choose Pre-terminated Copper Trunk Cable?

For data center and enterprise deployments, pre-terminated copper trunk cable is a wonderful choice to achieve simple and quick installation. It can fit most patch panel port densities and improve better airflow and cable management. With the right upfront planning and coordination, these copper trunk cables can offer major benefits over terminating twisted-pair cables in the field. This article will…

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A Beginner’s Guide to RJ45 Connector

Generally, cables can transmit information along with their length. To actually get the information where it needs to go, you need to make the right connections to an RJ45 connector. Your cable run needs to terminate into a connector, which needs a jack to plug into. RJ45 is a standard type of physical connector for network cables, which is especially…

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Is It Worthwhile to Use Cat 7 Ethernet Cable?

Ethernet cables provide a stable internet connection between electrical devices, which are standardized cables to facilitate easy communication between disparate electronic equipment. These electronic devices can either be fax machines, printers, scanners, or personal computers. Ethernet cables can be categorized into several types based on different specifications. Category 7 Ethernet cable, also refers to Cat 7, which is the wire…

Color Code Standard of Ethernet Cable – T-568B and T-568A

Ethernet cables are the standard cables used for almost all purposes that are often called patch cables. In an article “How to Choose Ethernet Cable”, we know that Ethernet cables can be categorized into many types, like straight-through and crossover Ethernet cable, UTP or STP, Cat5 or Cat6, etc. But we know little about the pins and wiring in Ethernet…

Cat6 and Cat6a Cables: Comparison & Differences

Probably one of the most frequently-asked questions in the telecommunication market are which cable performs better and why is it. Such questions are likely to cause much confusion, becoming a commonplace for those staff who work on cabling installation projects. Some cabling installers even argue against each other and keep their own instances on the better cable that they think…