Maximum length of a coaxial cable is the length from an amplifier over which gain at the highest carrier frequency is consumed , that is to say the cable length at end of which the signal level measured on the cable is equal to the input signal level of the same frequency in to the amplifier. This is derived from the principle of UNITY GAIN.
100 meters or 328 feet unless a repeater (such as a switch or a router) is placed inline.
The current maximum length for a serial cable is around 50 meters. Different cables have length limits with the maximum varying.
Cat 5/5e/6 cable has a maximum installed length of 100m, but that is a written standard, not an operational maximum.
The maximum length for a parallel cable is 15 feet. The maximum length for USB is also 15 feet, but with powered hubs in between, you can stretch the distance to about 90 feet.
100 Meters is the maximum segment length.
As per the A+ Guide to Hardware: pg. 395 The maximum cable length for a serial cable according to RS-232 standards is 50 feet.
It depends on the quality of the cable used.
The maximum length for a printer cable is 1 thousand million metres.
The maximum length of a cat 5 e cable with out a repeater is 100meters
The maximum recommended length for a UTP Cat5 cable is 100 metres
15 Feet (4.572 meters)
Three meters (about ten feet) is the recommended maximum length.