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Title: CAT 5E, CAT 6 and 6A: Choosing the Right Ethnernet Network Cable?


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CAT 5E, CAT 6 and 6A Choosing the Right Cable
At SF Cable, we have the complete collection of
ethernet cables Cat5e, Cat6, Cat6A, Cat7. SF
Cable is one of the best places on the internet
for buying ethernet network cables as we offer
our products at wholesale prices. Our ethernet
cables come in different lengths and
colors. They are RoHS compliant, flexible and
easy to use. Most importantly, they are of high
quality as we source them directly from
ISO 90012000 certified manufacturers. Choosing
from amongst Category 5e, 6 and 6a cables has
been difficult for a lot of people. Whenever you
decide to purchase one of these for your
Ethernet network, several factors like
data transfer speed, connection distance and
costs that have to be considered. Each of these
cables has a different standard. Let us
understand how and why. ? CAT5E Cables Although
CAT 5E cable is cheap, it is quite slow.
CAT 5E offers data transfer speeds of One
Gbps per second at 100 MHz up to 328
feet. There is a lesser interference and a lesser
chance of transmission error in these cables.
This is majorly because the crosstalk amongst the
wires
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within the cable remains under control.
These cables will definitely offer a good
quality performance for the applications
used in todays age. But when you use Cat5e,
there are lesser chances for upgrading in a long
run. ? CAT 6 Cables Needless to say, CAT 6
cable is more expensive and faster than CAT 5E.
However, it is not very efficient when it
comes to covering very long distances. As
CAT6s insulation has been enhanced, it can
support data transfer speed of up to 10
Gbps at 250 MHz with no crosstalk
interference. But 10 Gbps speed is effective only
up to 164 feet. Despite of this limitation, CAT6
cables are more capable in handling the speed of
Gigabit Ethernet networks. In future, there is a
possibility that Cat6 might replace HDMI as the
video/audio transmission tool. ? CAT 6A
Cables If you want to have an efficiently running
Gigabit Ethernet network, Cat 6a cable is the
best option. It might be more expensive as
compared to Cat5e or Cat6. But as and when
you connect it to your device, your network
will become more advanced and technology
friendly. Cat6A supports the same transmission
speed as Cat6, but up to 328 feet and with less
crosstalk than Cat6. On a Final Note Make all
of the above mentioned considerations while
choosing from CAT 5E, CAT 6 and 6A cables. You
can also buy all these cables online after going
through all the features. Keep in mind
that the speed of network transmission
depends on the important elements of your
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network. Also remember that having a faster cable
doesnt mean that it is competent of achieving
Gigabit speeds. The costs of data usage go
up every 18 months. Although Cat5E can
offer the kind of performance you
want, it has become a little outdated.
Hence, it is better to future-proof your network
using Cat6 or Cat6A cables. Make your choice
wisely!
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