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Learning Path: Wires and Cables

Part of the Learning guides glossary:

WIRES AND CABLES...twisted pair - untwisted pair - FTP cable - categories of twisted-pair cable (CAT1-5) - coaxial cable - Thicknet (Thickwire) and Thinnet (Thinwire) - optical fiber - fiber to the curb - dark fiber - twinaxial cable - hybrid fiber coax - wire gauges (U.S.) - wireless - intermediate distribution frame (IDF) - main distribution frame (MDF) - crossover cable - digital loop carrier

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This was last updated in May 2008
Posted by: Margaret Rouse

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