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Different types of Ethernet LAN cables

Different types of Ethernet LAN cables Ethernet cables are categorized into “CAT-N”(where “CAT” stands for category) based on bandwidth (measured in MHz), maximum data rate (measured in megabits per second) and shielding. Here are different type of Ethernet cables. Disclaimer – This post has only been shared for an educational and knowledge-sharing purpose related to […]

Ethernet Extender

⭕ ETHERNET EXTENDER Ethernet cables range is limited, typically reaching around 100 M This can pose a challenge for situations where you need to connect devices beyond this distance or lack the ability to run new cables. Here’s where Ethernet extenders come in ✅ What is an Ethernet Extender? An Ethernet extender is a device […]

anelatek2020 November 28, 2023 No Comments

Fall in love with real Cat 8 Speed

⭕ Network Cabling Copper: All copper-based ethernet channels have a maximum length of 100m and that length reduced on 25G and 40G to 30M as a maximum using CAT8 Disclaimer – This post has only been shared for an educational and knowledge-sharing purpose related to Technologies. Information was obtained from the source above source. All […]

anelatek2020 November 27, 2023 No Comments

RJ-45 Pinout

RJ-45 Pinout A RJ45 connector is a modular 8 position, 8 pin connector used for terminating Cat5e or Cat6 twisted pair cable. A pinout is a specific arrangement of wires that dictate how the connector is terminated. There are multiple pinouts for RJ45 connectors including straight through (T568A or T568B), crossover, rolled, T1, and loopback. […]

anelatek2020 November 21, 2023 No Comments

What Is PoE in Networking?

What Is PoE in Networking? PoE Standards, Types and Power Levels “Power over Ethernet” delivers electrical power to PoE-enabled devices using your Ethernet network cables. Quick facts: POE TYPE 1 – Name: PoE – Standard: IEEE 802.3af – Maximum port power: 15.4W POE TYPE 2 – Name: PoE+ – Standard: IEEE 802.3at – Maximum port […]

Everything you need to know about Power over Ethernet!

What is Power over Ethernet (PoE)? Power over Ethernet (PoE) is the process of sending electrical power and data over copper wire. The combination of data transmission along with power-supplying hardware onto the same RJ45 Ethernet connector allows for the transmission of power over the network cabling. PoE networks can source power at the network […]

10GBASE-T vs SFP+ Technology

Before technology boost, we used almost 1GB of traditional network standards. NOW Businesses need more computing equipment, virtualized servers, and data centers as technology demands increase. As a result, excess data is generated, creating a rise from 1G to 10G demand. 10GBASE-T and SFP+ transceivers are two different technologies which transmit 10Gbs data via copper and fiber […]

PoE injector Vs PoE splitter?

PoE injector Vs PoE splitter? Power over Ethernet (PoE) allows an Ethernet cable to carry DC power as well as data signals to attached devices. POE Device Types: – Power Source equipment (PSE) supplies power to end devices “ex: switches”. – Powered Devices (PD) – These consume power provided by PSE. 1- PoE injector is a device which inject […]

IoT Networking Protocols

IoT protocols: the language of machines for seamless communication 🤝 They’re the backbone of machine-to-machine (M2M) interaction. When talking about IoT networking protocols, we refer to a set of standards and rules that allow two entities to understand each other and exchange information. 💭 With layers like Application, Network, Transport, Physical, and Data Link, they keep everything […]

anelatek2020 September 21, 2023 No Comments

Stranded Conductor Vs Solid Conductor?

Stranded Conductor Vs Solid Conductor? Ethernet network cables like “cat5, cat6 etc…” come in stranded conductor and solid conductor formats. A solid conductor cable uses one solid wire per conductor, meaning, in 4-pair roll, there would be a total of 8 solid wires. A stranded conductor cables have a few small copper wires that are twisted […]