CAT-7 is rated to 700 Mhz or 1000 Mhz. CAT-6 cable is being made with 23 guage conductor wire as opposed to the slightly smaller 24 guage for CAT-5e and also has a separator to handle crosstalk better.
Some DSL modems require a crossover calbe to the PC or hub they are connected to. 5. What are the maximum lengths for cables? For Solid UTP: Fast Ethernet 100baseT 100 Meters (328 feet) Twisted Pair Ethernet 10baseT 100 Meters (328 feet) Recommended maximum lengths.
The only difference between the two pattern is that the pairs 2 (orange) and 3 (green) are interchanged. All our cables use T568B standards. 10. What are the UL levels of cable? There are three levels.
Simply, if you are using a 100Mbps switch, get CAT-5e cable instead of CAT-5. CAT-5e is formally called ANSI /TIA/EIA 568A-5 or simply Cat-5e (the e stands for 'enhanced. CAT-5e is completely backward compatible with current CAT-5 osho books in hindi equipment.
Stranded cable has several small gauge wires in each separate insulation sleeve. Stranded cable is more flexible, making it more suitable for shorter distances, such as patch cords. Solid has one larger gauge wire in each sleeve.
Channel Performance Characteristics Parameter CAT-5 (ISO Class D)100 MHz CAT-5 100 MHz. CAT-5e 100 MHz Attenuation 24.0dB 24.0dB 24.0dB NEXT 27.1dB 27.1dB 30.1dB PSNEXT 24.0dB N/A 27.1dB ELFEXT 17.0dB 17.0dB 17.4dB PSELFEXT 14.4dB 14.4dB 14.4dB ACR (derived) 3.1dB 3.1dB 6.1dB PSACR (derived) N/A N/A 3.1dB.