Cable

Cable Interference

Cable interference creates signal disruptions. Crosstalk and
EMI can generate interference. Cat5e, Cat6, and Cat6a standards feature
crosstalk specifications.

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Bend Radius

Consider cable bend radius specifications to protect the
integrity of data transmissions. Avoid overbending copper and fibre
cables.

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Cable Distance

Cable distance refers to the maximum run length
recommendations for Cat5, 5e, 6 and other network cabling as specified in
TIA/EIA standards.

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Singlemode Fibre

Singlemode fibre transmits signals over longer distancesthan multimode. Singlemode optical fibre cable has a role in next-generationEthernet.

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Multimode Fibre

Multimode fibre transmits digital signals using light.Multimode ISO classifications are OM1 through OM4, with OM3 as a popular10Gig choice.

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Twisted Pair

Twisted pairs are made up of two copper wires twisted together to help reduce electromagnetic interference.

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Ethernet

Ethernet is a computer network technology and widely used LAN standard. Ethernet cables connect devices within networks for high performance.

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Cat7 Cables

Learn more about the Cat 7 cable standard for networking, and Category 7 support of 10 Gigabit Ethernet, at Comms Express.

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Twisted Pair Cable

An FTP cable for Ethernet connections has foiled twisted pair wiring to reduce interference in commercial applications.

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