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Category 7 was created as a standard for 10 Gigabit Ethernet networking over 100 meters of copper cabling. It is rated for transmission frequencies up to 600 MHz. making it ideal for high speed indoor networking applications.
Strict Specifications For Crosstalk
Category 7 cable (Cat7), (ISO/IEC 11801:2002 category 7/class F), is a cable standard for Ethernet and other interconnect technologies. CAT 7 is backwards compatible with traditional Cat5 and Cat6 Ethernet. Cat7 features even more strict specifications for cross talk and system noise than Cat6. Shielding has been added for individual wire pairs on the Category 7 cable.
Cat7 has been designed as a standard for Gigabit Ethernet over 100m of copper cabling The cable contains four twisted copper wire pairs, just like the earlier standards. Cat7 can be terminated either with 8P8C compatible GG45 electrical connectors which incorporate the 8P8C standard or with TERA connectors. When combined with GG45 or TERA connectors, Cat7 cable is rated for transmission frequencies of up to 600 MHz. Rockdale connectors are designed specifically for these high speeds without contact pins and a printed circuit board with contact pads integrated into the RJ45 style housing.
High-Quality Copper Wire and Gold-Plated Connectors
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ensure ultra-fast performance throughout your local area network application. Cat7 cables (also called network cables, patch cables, computer cables, Ethernet cables and LAN cables) are used to connect components like printers, computers, copy machines, routers, servers, modems, switches and Cat7 audio/video products. The cable is manufactured to exacting specifications, using superior materials.
Warranty: Lifetime warranty
Cable Type: Cat 7 Flat U/FTP
Four pairs of two insulated copper wires twisted around each other to reduce crosstalk or electromagnetic induction between the pairs. A metallic foil is applied to each pair of wires, with an overall metallic foil and/or braid wrapped around the four pairs. Virtually eliminates electrical noise from within the cable (crosstalk between cable pairs) and from outside the cable and between cables (EMI, radiation, electromagnetic induction, and RFI).