Choosing a Network Cable that is Right for Me

Date: Aug/5/2016

Cat5e has been around for quite some time now, while Cat6, Cat6a are following in the footsteps with overall faster speeds and many other differences such as price, length, and shielding options in cable runs. Talking about speed first, generally Cat5e can go up to 1 Gigabit with 350 Mhz, where Cat6 and Cat6a are at 10 Gigabit with 550 Mhz. For most residential and home usage, Cat5e will be the preferred choice as the distances are fairly short and the speed in regular home internet setups would likely not b

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Everything You Need to Know About Antennas

Date: Nov/5/2015

Antennas are the most physically visible component of a wireless infrastructure. Whether it be radio, LAN, or otherwise, an antenna is extremely important. The antennas primary function is to transmit and receive clear signals between multiple wireless points. It is safe to say that an effective and efficient wireless network will require antennas to operate properly. For home, office, or outdoor wireless networks, a good antenna provides a professional solution to wireless connectivity. There exists many differe

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Thunderbolt 3

Date: Jun/3/2015

With the specifications released for Thunderbolt 3 by Intel, we're now one step closer to having one compact port that transfers data at up to 40Gbps, powers devices up to 100W, and allows you to display 4K content on up to two displays. Thunderbolt 3 uses the USB-C connector, a reversible connector introduced by the USB group that delivers extra power (up to 5A) and speed (up to 10Gbps). Thunderbolt 3 improves on the transfer speed by delivering up to 40Gbps. That's twice the speed of Thunderbolt 2 and 4 time

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