Category 6 (CAT6) cable provides higher performance than CAT5e and features more stringent specifications for crosstalk and system noise.
The quality of the data transmission depends upon the performance of the components of the channel.
To transmit according to CAT6 specifications, jacks, patch cables, patch panels, cross-connects, and cabling must all meet CAT6 standards.
The CAT6 components are tested individually, and they are also tested together for performance.
In addition, the standard calls for generic system performance so that CAT6 components from any vendor can be used in the channel.
CAT6 cable typically comes with a low smoke, zero halogen outer jacket and has four main types;
UTP, STP, S/UTP and S/STP
- Installation of CAT5E UTP/STP/FTP
- Termination of CAT5E UTP/STP/FTP
- Commissioning of CAT5E UTP/STP/FTP
- CAT5E Cable Health Checks
- Design Services
- Project Management
- Cable Repairs
- Fluke Network Certifying
- Fault Finding & Diagnosis
- Vertical and Horizontal Cable Management
- Enclosed Cabling Installation
- Patch Cable Installations