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November 23, 2020

ANSI/TIA-607-D Generic Telecommunications Bonding and Grounding (Earthing) for Customer Premises

ANSI/TIA-607-D Generic Telecommunications Bonding and Grounding (Earthing) for Customer Premises was published in July 2019. This Standard provides basic principles, components, and design criteria of telecommunications […]
November 2, 2020

Is there such a thing as CAT 7 network cable in our future?

The answer may depend on who you ask. For the record, the Category 7/Class F cabling standards have been globally ratified and standardized since 2002 in support of […]
July 26, 2019

Will My Current Plant Cabling Support 2.5/5GBASE-T For Wireless Access Points?

Powered by the NBASE-T Alliance and adaptable with the NBASE-T specifications, IEEE 802.3bz indicates 2.5 Gbps more than 100 meters of Category 5e cabling or 5 Gbps […]
July 25, 2019

ANSI/TIA-568-C.2 standard was replaced by the ANSI/TIA-568.2-D standard – August 2018

This principle standards update incorporated the appropriation of 28 AWG Cords and Modular Plug Terminated Link (MPTL) ANSI/TIA-568.2-D will bolster the utilization of MPTL: A design […]
July 24, 2019

High-Powered PoE Cabling Considerations

Power over Ethernet (PoE) turns into the favored strategy for all the while conveying force and information to endpoints, innovation organizations are presenting new power effectively […]
March 6, 2019

Emerging IEEE P802.3cg Standard Coming in 2019

Manufacturing & Industrial folks pay attention to the emerging IEEE P802.3cg standard targeted for publication in less than a year, late 2019.  This standard has been […]
December 4, 2018

Why is the Wi-Fi so slow?!?

IEEE 802.11ax: The New Wi-Fi Standard You ever heard that question before? Well, you are not the only one that feels the pain. If going to […]
October 26, 2018

The New Tiny 28 AWG Patch Cord

Isn’t it such a hassle to have thick patch cords making it difficult to organize on your panel? The cabling manufacturers notice this problem and produced […]

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