What Is a LAN Cable?

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A LAN (local area network) cable is a computer network that spans a relatively small area. It is usually confined to a single building or group of buildings, although it can be connected to other LANs over any distance via telephone lines and radio waves.
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LAN cable is the cable used to connect end devices with intermediary devices on a network. the term LAN cable normally means Ethernet (the most up to date version is Ethernet Cat6)
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A LAN is a Local Area Network. This usually is comprised of a group of computers (such as in a home office, store, school, or airport) which are networked together to allow information
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Ethernet cables have a transmit pair and a receive pair. If you take a CAT-5 cable, and plug them into a switch, they will be transmit - transmit and receive - receive and neither
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Loss in the LAN cable is main issue causing attenuation to the signal. Make sure you use high quality wire. Also configure both LAN devices to Full Duplex 100base ...
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