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Question by Sparky II
Submitted on 1/28/2004
Related FAQ: Data Communications Cabling FAQ
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What is the difference in structural cabling practices between Cat .6. and Cat .5e. and the reason?

Answer by jbomb
Submitted on 7/16/2004
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I don't know


Answer by ayabeha
Submitted on 2/23/2005
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cat6 cable is more sensitive on bend radius and on the quality of terminations at the end than cat 5e cable. the reason to this is the former operates at high band width means the data speed is very. which creates high crosstalk and so on. to conclude cat6 cable performance is sensitive on the implementation quality.


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