Cat5e Blue Ethernet Patch Cable 9ft:
This cat5e blue ethernet patch cable 9ft is designed to give you reliable network connections in areas with limited space. It is perfect for applications that mandate requirements for bandwidth-intensive data transmissions, high data transfer rates, excellent attenuation, reduced cross talk, protected data integrity, low bit error rate and so on. Ideally, you can use this cable for voice, video, or data transmissions and for LAN applications: 10BASE-T (Ethernet), 100BASE-TX (Fast Ethernet) 1000BASE-T (Gigabit Ethernet GbE).
The patch cable is a cat5e (short form; category 5 enhanced) cable that is 9ft long in measurement. The external sheathing on the cable is blue in color. There are multiple other colors available for the cat5e ethernet patch cable 9ft. You can choose from the available range of colors as well as varying lengths in order to set up a color-coordinated networking system.
This cable is manufactured by Smartech Cables to meet current industry standards including IEEE 802.3ab, IEEE 802.5, ANSI/EIA/TIA 568, ISO/IEC 11801 and other relevant codes by the relevant authorities. It even exceeds some standards for instance; the base standard base laid down by TIA/EIA for cat5e is to support 100 MHz but our cat5e blue ethernet patch cable 9ft is rated to support bandwidth frequencies of up to 350 MHz. And as for the data transfer rates, this cable can transmit up to 10/100/1000Mbps.
Our cat5e blue ethernet patch cable 9ft features 24 AWG American Wire Gauge, thicker and durable external jacket, four unshielded twisted pairs and eight solid conductors. This patch cable is incorporated with the twisted pair design, with twists being tighter and stronger. As for the outer sheathing of this cable, it is thicker and more durable when you compare it with regular cat5 patch cable. This makes this cable more resistive to any cross talk and interference in transmissions. Cross talks occur when there is confusion between one single from a cable with another signal in another cable that is close by the first cable. Thus, if you are running cables close to each other, and the data is being transmitted at high frequency, then you should make sure that this cross-talk problem is minimized. In comparison with the regular cat5 cable, this cable is designed to provide more protection against Power Sum Equal-Level Far-End Crosstalk (PS-ELFEXT), Near-End Crosstalk (NEXT) and Alien Crosstalk (AXT). This means that the integrity of your data will be protected and there will be a reduction in the loss of data packets while the data travels through the cables