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Mar 17, 2022The 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, the answer is “yes.” This does not mean that Cat6A is a better choice.
- Ethernet Cable
Mar 11, 2022Cat6A 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 to using a plain RJ45. I strongly recommend you use them when you can, and leave the RJ45s to pre-terminated patch cables that come from a factory. If you need to make a high performing custom and reliable patch cord (male to male end) in the field, especially when using solid copper Ethernet, you will need to use field termination plugs at both ends.
- field term
Jan 28, 2022Cat6A 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 crosstalk conditions -- see When Aliens Attack! Avoiding Ethernet Alien Crosstalk), sometimes the reliable and trusty Cat6 will not cut it. Making matters worse, finding a quality outdoor/direct burial grade of Cat6A for your 10G needs outside has been of particular issue.
Feb 28, 2022Into the Great Outdoors: Running Ethernet Cable Outside
Direct burial rated means the cable jacket is thicker and therefore tough. It can withstand burial into the ground, either directly or inside conduit. Further, direct burial CMX cable provides additional waterproofing
Feb 17, 2022Selecting the Correct Outdoor Ethernet Cable
If you are confused about which outdoor Ethernet cable is the best choice for the job at hand, then you are not alone. Outdoor cable selection can be daunting for even the most experienced installer, let alone a DIYer tackling a home project.
- Ethernet Cable