Introduction of Utp Cat6 Patch Cord Cable


Cat6 is another improvement of the previous version of Cat5e. It consists of four pairs of copper wires and supports Ethernet connections up to 10Gbps.

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Cat6 cables are also called "Category 6" Ethernet cables. Cat6 is another improvement of the previous version of Cat5e. It consists of four pairs of copper wires and supports Ethernet connections up to 10Gbps. Under normal circumstances, within a range of 100 meters, a transmission speed of up to 1Gbps is supported. Cat6 cable supports 37-55 meters (depending on crosstalk) when transmitting at 10Gbps. It can transmit signals with frequencies up to 250MHz, which represents the frequency at which the signal can pass through the cable. More importantly, it uses RJ-45 standard connectors and is backward compatible with its previous versions, such as Cat5 and Cat5e. Cat6 cables are usually very affordable, and they are 10 times faster than Cat5e cables. However, their price is higher than Cat5e cables, and they are also relatively short.

Some upgrades in the design of the Cat6 Ethernet cable also make it an improvement over the previous version. First, the wire pairs are wound tighter, including more twists per centimeter (two or more twists per centimeter-the exact number varies by model). This can further reduce crosstalk and interference.

In addition, UTP Cat6 Patch Cord Cable's Cat6 Ethernet cable may contain plastic core wires in the middle to better separate the wires for clearer signals and aluminum foil insulation. Cat6 cables have a thicker sheath than Cat5e cables. The thicker sheath reduces the chance of alien crosstalk (AXT) and near-end crosstalk (NEXT).

Most Category 6 cables are flat, so if you need to glue them to the wall, guide them through narrow corners, or let them blend into the background as much as possible, they are very convenient. After all, one of the most troubling visual issues with Cat5e cables is that they are there.