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Data Communications Cabling FAQ
Section - 6.0 Cable Conductors

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     Cable conductor gauge is specified as AWG (American Wire Gauge).
     A higher number is a smaller diameter.  Telephone cable used indoors
     is typically 24 or 26 AWG, whereas household electrical wiring is
     typically 12 or 14 AWG.

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