Cable Academy - RG6 Dual Shield Outdoor
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Jan 19, 2022Can Outdoor Ethernet Cable Be Used Indoors?: The Perfect Cat6 Residential Ethernet Cable
One of the biggest issues with running Ethernet cable outdoors is that sometimes it also has to run indoors as well! For a residential customer, transitioning from outdoor to indoor cable adds greatly to the project complexity and cost. You need two kinds of cable! Wouldn’t it be nice if somehow there was a way to get away with using only one type of cable, legally and technically speaking? At the same time, wouldn’t it be nice if the cable was easy to work with? Well, your day (and project) might just have been saved!
Oct 13, 2021Copper Clad Steel (CCS) vs Solid Copper Coax
Buying the right coaxial cable can be confusing! You have different “RG” designations, multiple shielded variations, and even different outer sheath (cable jacket) options. Adding to the confusion are two different center conductor types. In sorting through this confusion, we will address an age-old debate as to whether you should opt for solid copper center conductor coaxial cable, or if CCS or copper clad steel is “good enough”.
- coaxial cable
Nov 11, 2021How Long Can I Run Coaxial Cable?
All day if you want to. Back in the olden days, when there were three channels on TV (four if you count the educational channel), and closed-circuit transmissions consisted of low-resolution analog signals, it was possible to effectively run coaxial cable for hundreds and maybe even a
Jan 19, 2022Top 2 Things to Consider When Running Ethernet and Power Cable
Have you ever wondered the effects of running Ethernet cable next to power cable? How do you make your install safe? And how do you avoid data loss?
- Ethernet Cable
Nov 8, 2021The Difference Between Dual Shield vs Quad Shield Coaxial Cable
Coaxial cable has been with us for a long time. Have you ever screwed in a cable to a threaded connector sticking out of a wall plate or perhaps on the back of a television? Perhaps that threaded connector you screwed the cable onto was at the back of a cable modem? In all cases, you just worked with coaxial cable.
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