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Old 08-07-2017, 11:37 PM   #1
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Take a look at some other aspects that you probably didnít know about CAT5E.
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CAT 5E Cable is the successor of CAT5 cable and predecessor of CAT6 cable. CAT5E ethernet cables are mostly used for multi-line phone systems and networks. They are also used for plugging a computer or laptop into a modem for carrying internet connections. They have a maximum frequency of 100 MHz and are capable of transmitting up to 10/100/1000Mbps data. You might be aware of the uses of these networking cables. However, having some more details about these cables will help you understand its utility better. Take a look at some other aspects that you probably didnít know about.
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CAT 5E Cable is the successor of CAT5 cable and predecessor of CAT6 cable. CAT5E ethernet cables are mostly used for multi-line phone systems and networks. They are also used for plugging a computer or laptop into a modem for carrying internet connections. They have a maximum frequency of 100 MHz and are capable of transmitting up to 10/100/1000Mbps data. You might be aware of the uses of these networking cables. However, having some more details about these cables will help you understand its utility better. Take a look at some other aspects that you probably didnít know about.
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CAT5E is most in use these days. when I wired my apartment 3 years ago, I have used these cables. it is highly important to check the routers capacity and configuration in the apartment to make sure you get the maximum from your network. Also consider using CAT6 as the network devices and internet providers are getting better and keep improving the speed and bandwidth.
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Yep, using CAT6 and GigaBit-capable devices -- routers, switches, extenders, etc. -- and you'll have a faster home network ... even if you don't yet have GigaBit speeds from your ISP.
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