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The RJ45 is a connector commonly used in structured cable networks. With up to 8 connection pins, it is adequate both for data networks (8 pairs), as well as telephone networks (2 pairs). It is usually used in networks compliant with standards TIA/EIA-568-B.
Data cable category Cat 6 complies with the standard for Gigabit Ethernet and it is backwards compatible, with the standards of the inferior categories (Cat 5/5e and Cat 3). Category 6 evolves over category 5E, allowing to achieve transmission frequencies of up to 250 MHz (in each pair) and 1 Gbps of throughput. It includes characteristics and specifications to avoid crosstalk and noise. This type of data cable can be used in 10BASE-T, 100BASE-T and 1000BASE-T (Gigabit Ethernet) compliant systems.
They are characterized for:
- Comply with TIA/EIA-568B.2-1
- Crucifix type padding
- Transfer rate up to 1Gbps
- Frequency range of up to 250 MHz
- Includes rip cord to make it easier to strip the cable
- Nominal impedance of 100 ohms
- Maximum resistance per conductor below 9.38 ohms/100m
They achieve throughputs of up to 10Gbps in a frequency range of up to 500MHz.
They achieve throughputs of up to 1Gbps in a frequency range of up to 250MHz.