Transmission speed, connection, distance and costs. These are some of the factors you need to consider when it comes to buying cables for your ethernet network. “Should I use category 5E or 6A for wiring my ethernet network?” People often ask this question. This is majorly because all these cables have different names, standards and … Continue reading CAT 5E Vs CAT 6A: Understanding the Major Differences
Category 6A cables, generally referred to as CAT 6A are becoming increasingly popular among users because of their transmission speed which is much better than previous versions like CAT 5e, CAT 6, and others. The transmission speed of these cables can go up to 10Gbps and therefore becoming first choice for users of VoIP, CCTV, … Continue reading Understanding the Difference Between Various Types of 6A Cables
As the powered devices of today are no longer restricted to security cameras and VoIP phones such devices utilize Power over Ethernet connections. These devices also need high power levels. A new Power Over Ethernet (PoE) standard called - IEEE 802.3bt, supports up to 100W of power per cable.