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Question by Louise
Submitted on 7/16/2003
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I'm taking a class in data communications.  I just would like to know what a cat 5, 5e,6 cable is and.  Can someone describe it to me?

Answer by Asif
Submitted on 11/6/2003
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CAT 5 Cable is the catagory 5 cable
which consist of 4 pairs of wire
which will be connected in RJ45 and can be
connected as cross over and straight through.


Answer by sub
Submitted on 5/23/2004
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also if you go to greybar or anixter you can get all the catalogs for any manufacture they have some useful information in the back of them, also try avaya.com,leviton.com,and panduit.com to name a few, they have all kinds of helpfull information, good luck.


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