Difference between a cat 5 5e and 6 networking cable?
Cat5 cable is broken into two separate categories: Cat5 and Cat5E cables. Cat5 has become obsolete in recent years, due to its limitations compared to Cat5E and Cat6 cables. Although the Cat5 cable can handle up to 10/100 Mbps at a 100MHz bandwidth (which was once considered quite efficient), the newer versions of Cat cables are significantly faster.
Cat5E cable (which stands for "Cat5 Enhanced") became the standard cable about 15 years ago and offers significantly improved performance over the old Cat5 cable, including up to 10 times faster speeds and a significantly greater ability to traverse distances.
Cat6 cables have been around for only a few years less than Cat5E cables. However, they have primarily been used as the backbone to networks, instead of being run to workstations themselves. The reason for this (beyond cost) is the fact that, while Cat6 cables can handle up to 10 Gigabits of data, that bandwidth is limited to 164 feet - anything beyond that will rapidly decay to only 1 Gigabit (the same as Cat5E).
Cat6A is the newest iteration and utilizes an exceptionally thick plastic casing that helps further reduce crosstalk. The biggest distinguishing difference between Cat6 and Cat6A cables is that Cat6A can maintain 10 Gigabit speeds for the full 328 feet of Ethernet cable.
There is the USB cable and the twisted pair cable (Cat 5 and Cat 6) for networking.
A Cat-6 cable has more twists than a Cat-5 cable, meaning that a Cat-6 cable has less crosstalk and interference.
Cat 2 cable was rated at 4 or 16 mbps whereas cat 3 cable would be rated at 10 mbps. Since 10baseT networks with Ethernet ran at 10 mbps this meant that cat 2 cable would not be useable in those networks. The minimum category cable for those networks had to be at least a cat 3 cable.
cat3 is working on 10mbps speed and cat5 and cat5e are able to work on 100mbps speed
Cat6 is 550M-1000M Cat7 is 700M-1000M There are no approved Cat 6 or 7 at this time
The minimum category cabling for networking is cat 3 cable. That cable will allow you to transmit and receive on a LAN at a maximum of 10 Mbps.
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it is the grading of the cables, depends what your using the cable for, such as telecommunications, you might need a stronger and less resisitive cable such as cat6, It's the amount of bandwidth the cable can carry without cross talk or internally induced error.
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A regular Cat 5e or Cat 6 RJ-45 straight-through Ethernet network cable.
CAT-6 uses different wiring diagram, also higher transmission rates are native for CAT-6 when for CAT-5E it's an extension (it uses all 4 pairs).
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Hello All, There is one major Diffrence between cat6 and cat7 , and this deference is cat 6 has 100 MBPS network speed and cat7 has 1 GBPS network speed. Regards -Amol N Gajare
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