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What Is an RCA Cable? - Glossary Definition
Generally it refers to a cable with three color-coded plugs, which connect to three correspondingly-colored jacks (these are also called 'phono plugs' and 'phono ...
Do Speaker Cables Make a Difference - Stereos - About.com
A scientific test to find out if it's possible for speaker cables to change the sound of a stereo system.
Network Cables and Cabling - Networking - About.com
Computer network cables - Andrew Paterson/Photographer's Choice RF/Getty Images. A Beginner's Guide to Network Cables: Their Different Types and Uses.
Introduction to Network Cables - Different Types - Networking
Computer networks in the 21st century still utilize different types of cables for both short- and long-distance communication. Important properties of network ...
Crossover Cable (Ethernet) Definition - Networking - About.com
A crossover cable directly connects two network devices of the same type to each other over Ethernet. Crossover cables are useful for temporary networking of ...
What Is an Ethernet Cable? - Networking - About.com
An Ethernet cable is a popular type of network cable used for high-speed networking between two devices. Ethernet cables typically connect computers, routers ...
Patch Cable - CAT5e and Other Network Patch Cables - Networking
A patch cable connects two network devices. Network patch cables are typically CAT5 or CAT5e Ethernet cables linking a computer to a nearby hub, switch or ...
CAT6 - Category 6 Ethernet Cables - Networking - About.com
CAT6 is an Ethernet cable standard defined by the EIA/TIA. CAT6 is the sixth generation of twisted pair Ethernet cabling, backward compatible with the previous ...
Which Cable is Better, Solid or Stranded? - Networking - About.com
What is the difference between solid and stranded CAT5 cable, and which one is better? This networking FAQ and many others are answered here.
Fiber Optic Cables in Networking - About.com
A fiber optic cable is a network cable made from strands of glass fibers. Fiber optic cables carry signals using pulses of light. These cables are designed for long ...
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