Mixed High-Speed Ethernet Operations over Different Categories of Bundled UTP Cable

| September 30, 2016

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As the market adoption of 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) continuously increases, more customers are deploying Category 6A/Class EA Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) cabling on top of Category 6/Class E UTP cabling. UTP cabling is the most widely deployed media around the world, supporting both data and voice applications. Even after the 10GBASE-T standard (IEEE Std. 802.3anTM-2006) was ratified with Category 6A/Class EA UTP cabling as one of the supporting media, there are still discussions in the marketplace regarding assumptions and unanswered questions.

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