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How to make a Cat5e Network/Ethernet Cable


Jim, from CableSupply.com, shows us how to make a patch cord from scratch. To purchase the needed parts go to www.CableSupply.com. *********** Color Diagram Mentioned ************* http How to make a Cat5E cable. Fast Ethernet and Gigabit computer networks require Enhanced Category 5 high-speed cabling to distribute data, voice and video. Cables4sure Enhanced Cat5 350Mhz Snag less Patch Cables are always extremely High quality. These CAT5e cables will handle bandwidth intensive applications up to 350 Mhz and beyond. Each CAT5e cable comes UL verified to meet all Cat 5e cables TIA/EIA standards, and drastically reduce both impedance and structural return loss (SRL) as compared to standard 100 Mhz CAT5 cable. Constructed with high-quality wire and a shortened body plug will keep Near-end Cross talk (NEXT) levels to a minimum. The molded, snag-free boot prevents unwanted cable snags during installation and provides extra strain-relief. Cables4sure 350 MHz Snag less CAT5e patch cables are available in a variety of colors to easily color-code your network installation. -Cat5e cable connector: 50-micron gold plated RJ-45 Male to Male -Cat5e cable conductor: 4-pair 24 AWG Stranded Copper -Cat5e cable jacket: PVC -Molded, Snag-Free boot prevents unwanted cable snags Applications: -1000 BASE-T; 100 BASE-T; 10 BASE-T (IEEE 802.3) -4/16 Mbps Token Ring (IEEE 802.5); 100 VG-Any LAN -100 Mbps TP-PMD (ANSI X3T9.5); 55/155 Mbps ATM -Voice -Cat5e cable designed For: Network Adapters

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