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Network Cables and Cabling - Wireless/Networking - About.com
While wireless may be the wave of the future, most computer networks today still utilize cables.
Introduction to Network Cables - Different Types - Wireless/Networking
Despite advances in wireless technologies, many computer networks in the 21st century continue utilizing cables as a physical medium for devices to transfer ...
Patch Cable - CAT5e and Other Network Patch Cables
A patch cable connects two network devices. Patch cables are typically CAT5 / CAT5e Ethernet cables linking a computer to a nearby network hub, switch or ...
What Is an Ethernet Cable? - Wireless/Networking - About.com
An Ethernet cable is one of the most popular forms of network cable used on wired networks. Ethernet cables connect devices on local area networks such as  ...
Crossover Cable (Ethernet) Definition
A crossover cable directly connects two network devices of the same type to each other over Ethernet. Ethernet crossover cables are commonly used when ...
CAT6 - Category 6 Ethernet Cables - Wireless/Networking - About.com
CAT6 cable contains four pairs of copper wire like the previous generation CAT5. Unlike CAT5, however, CAT6 fully utilizes all four pairs. CAT6 supports Gigabit ...
CAT5 Cable and CAT6 - Ethernet Network Cabling
Category 5 (CAT5) is a form of Ethernet cable commonly used today to connect computers. Learn about the basics of CAT5 wiring for home and office networks.
CAT5 and CAT5e - Category 5 Ethernet Cables - Wireless/Networking
Definition: CAT5 (also, CAT 5) is an Ethernet network cable standard defined by the Electronic Industries Association and Telecommunications Industry ...
Null Modem Serial Cable Definition - Wireless/Networking - About.com
A null modem cable connects two standard serial ports for the purpose of computer-to-computer networking. Null modem cables enable data transfer between ...
Fiber Optic Cables in Networking - Wireless/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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