STP - Super Cat 6 Cabling Solution
"Super Cat 6" apart from the "Common Cat 6"
The TIA-568.2-D standard outlines several real-world scenarios that represent the most challenging conditions you may come across in the field. If you aim to enable your Cat 6 cabling to support the higher data rate of 5Gbps/S for wireless access points, you may need to exceed the bandwidth specified for Cat 6, which is 250MHz. To accommodate future advancements, we provide you with an extended bandwidth of 350MHz, allowing for potential upgrades down the line. The enhanced performance of Super Cat 6 cabling is designed to incorporate tighter specifications and improved shielding techniques to ensure reliable data transmission.
Utilization of 5GBASE-T
Driven by the NBASE-T Alliance and compatible with the NBASE-T specification, IEEE 802.3bz specifies 5 Gbps over 100 meters of Category 6 cabling. Although Alien Crosstalk is a limiting factor for 5GBASE-T applications, the specifications(e.g. TIA-568.2-D) for Cat 6 cabling do not encompass Alien Crosstalk requirements. The evaluation of Alien Crosstalk performance for 5GBASE-T applications is conducted through a calculation known as ALSNR (Alien Limited Signal to Noise Ratio). ALSNR integrates calculations for insertion loss, alien near-end crosstalk (NEXT), and alien far-end crosstalk (FEXT). The risk associated with ALSNR increases as the length of bundled cabling grows.
The NBASE-T Alliance suggests a straightforward way to evaluate the ALSNR risk when running 5GBASE-T over Cat 6 cabling. By including "HCI Super Cat 6 Shielded Cabling" in the matrix, we can assess the potential ALSNR risk associated with its use.
Conducting field testing is essential to determine whether your Cat 6 links can effectively support 5GBASE-T transmission. Today, modern field testers are equipped with the capability to perform 5GBASE-T testing, allowing for quick and efficient assessments that can be completed within just a few seconds. When using risk-free HCI Super Cat 6 Shielded Cabling in terms of ALSNR, the primary focus will be fully on the test results provided by your field tester. These results will provide valuable insights into the performance and suitability of the cabling for supporting 5GBASE-T transmission.
Considering cost-effectiveness, why settle for the 1Gbps capability of Cat 6 cabling when you have the option to enhance its speed to 5Gbps with extended frequency range up to 350MHz? Let HCI Super Cat 6 Shielded Cabling to serve as your guide for the final stretch of implementing a 5GBASE-T application.
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