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  • Guide to Networking Cables
    Understanding network cable infrastructure can be a significant challenge. What type of network cabling is required for your application? Cat5E? Cat6? Shielded? Unshielded? Should you run Gigabit Ethernet or 100BASE-T? The answer isn 't always quite so simple. This exclusive Guide to Networking
  • Cable for GigE Vision TM - Can Traditional Category Cable Do It All? (.pdf)
    and connectors that are available virtually everywhere. Depending on the application and installation length, GigE Vision will work with Cat5, Cat5e, Cat6 or Cat6a cable. That's the positive side of the GigE Vision standard. However, these cables, which were primarily produced with solid copper wire using
  • Smart Computing Article - Get Wired
    compatible with 10Mbps Ethernet equipment. Category 6, or CAT6, is an even stricter standard designed for Gigabit networking. CAT6 cable is even less susceptible to unwanted interference than CAT5 and CAT5e. Installing a cable network with two or more computers consists of running Ethernet patch cable
  • Smart Computing Article - Communication Breakdown
    to network a couple of computers by linking them with a cable, but this isn t the most efficient method. If you opt to go this route, you ll need a special kind of Ethernet cable called a crossover cable such as the 7-foot-long Geek Squad Cat-6 Crossover Cable (22.99; ). You ll also need to assign

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