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Selecting the Correct RJ45 Connector
Jun 02, 2022

Selecting the Correct RJ45 Connector

All Ethernet cable must be terminated at both ends. One way is to use a RJ45 connector...
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How To: Open Cat6A Shielded and Unshielded Field Term Plugs
Apr 21, 2022

How To: Open Cat6A Shielded and Unshielded Field Term Plugs

trueCABLE sells two great pieces of Ethernet cable termination hardware that makes putting male ends onto your cable runs easy...
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The Difference Between Cat6 vs Cat6A Ethernet Cable
Mar 17, 2022

The Difference Between Cat6 vs Cat6A Ethernet Cable

It is often asked “Is Cat6A cable better than Cat6?” Strictly speaking based on performance, and all else being equal,...
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Cat6A 3-Way Unshielded Field Termination Plug: Have it Your Way!
Mar 10, 2022

Cat6A 3-Way Unshielded Field Termination Plug: Have it Your Way!

Field termination plugs are a key way of achieving good performance when you need a male plug end as opposed...
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Ethernet Couplers - How Many is Too Many?
Feb 10, 2022

Ethernet Couplers - How Many is Too Many?

Ethernet Couplers - How Many is Too Many? Written by Don Schultz, trueCABLE Technical Manager, Fluke Networks Copper/Fiber CCTT, BICSI...
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Cat6A Unshielded Direct Burial - 10G In the Dirt
Jan 27, 2022

Cat6A Unshielded Direct Burial - 10G In the Dirt

Although Cat6 Ethernet cable is extremely versatile and can achieve 10 Gb/s (10G) up to limited distances (depending on alien...
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Choosing the Right Termination -  Keystone Jack vs RJ45 Connector vs Field Termination Plug
Jan 13, 2022

Choosing the Right Termination - Keystone Jack vs RJ45 Connector vs Field Termination Plug

Choosing the Right Termination -  Keystone Jack vs RJ45 Connector vs Field Termination Plug Written by Don Schultz, trueCABLE Technical Manager, BICSI...
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The Power of PoE
Dec 22, 2021

The Power of PoE

PoE is an acronym for “Power Over Ethernet”. PoE technology allows two services to be combined utilizing a single network...
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Coaxial vs Ethernet cable - What's the Difference?
Dec 09, 2021

Coaxial vs Ethernet cable - What's the Difference?

What is coaxial cable, anyway? Generally speaking, it’s cable that includes conductors that share an axis. What’s an axis? Okay,...
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