Low-Voltage Q&A With Don and Dave
Sep 30, 2022

Low-Voltage Q&A With Don and Dave

We often get asked questions through email, live chat, social media, and over the phone. A lot of times these...
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Ethernet Couplers - How Many is Too Many?
Sep 22, 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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Residential Bonding and Grounding of Shielded Ethernet Cable Systems
Aug 25, 2022

Residential Bonding and Grounding of Shielded Ethernet Cable Systems

It is rare to actually need shielded Ethernet cable in a residential setting. Many DIY installers (homeowers) have a perception...
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How To:  Reterminate an IDC Connector
Aug 18, 2022

How To: Reterminate an IDC Connector

Sometimes when you terminate an Ethernet cable, the termination just doesn’t turn out right. Maybe it fails a test, or...
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Ethernet Cable Lingo
Aug 04, 2022

Ethernet Cable Lingo

Often people who install Ethernet cable use terms they expect others that are “in the know” to understand. What about...
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Terminating Cat6A Shielded Direct Burial Ethernet for Performance
Jul 28, 2022

Terminating Cat6A Shielded Direct Burial Ethernet for Performance

4K HDBASE-T and 10G Internet over coaxial is here, and you should be ready for it! Up until now, our...
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Commercial Bonding and Grounding of Ethernet Cable Systems
Jul 14, 2022

Commercial Bonding and Grounding of Ethernet Cable Systems

Bonding and grounding. Of all the subjects that come up when installing Ethernet cable, this one has to be at...
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How To:  Terminating a Cat6-6A Standard Load Bar Unshielded RJ45 Connector
Jul 07, 2022

How To: Terminating a Cat6-6A Standard Load Bar Unshielded RJ45 Connector

This combined video and written blog will show you how to put on one of the most easy to terminate...
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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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