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Twisted-pair cabling connectivity evolves to support next generation technologies

Twisted-pair cabling connectivity evolves to support next generation technologies Twisted-pair copper cabling systems are becoming the transmission media for increasing amounts of direct current power. This trend has several implications, one of which is that the end-to-end cabling system must be physically capable of supporting the specified power and data throughput levels. Many discussions on […]

Ways to Extend USB Cable over Long Distances

If you come across a situation where there’s a need to extend a USB cable over 25, 50, 100 feet or even longer distances there are a few solutions available on the market to choose from today. It’s all about inherent maximum cable length limitations of the cable type as well as the quality of […]

Running HDMI over Ethernet Cable

There are two major reasons you’d want to run HDMI signal over Ethernet cable: 1. If you have to run the cable over long distances HDMI cable is not the most reliable. Ethernet cable, Cat 6 specifically, on the other hand, is way superior when it comes to reliably transmitting signal over hundreds of feet. […]

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