Category 7 (Cat 7) ratified in 2002 and is also known as Class F. These are fully shielded cables that provide a speed higher than 10 Gbps (10,000Mbs) and frequency bands above 600 Mhz (sometimes reaching 1200 up to MHz). distance. Cat 7 cables consist of a special external screen and shielded twisted pair (SSTP) wires. Unlike Cat 6, however, the insulation and shielding layers contained in Cat 7 are even more demanding and more. Unfortunately, with this type of shielding, the labels are thicker, more bulky and less flexible. Each of the shielding layers must be grounded, otherwise performance may be reduced to the extent that the speed is even worse than category 5 cables. It is for this very reason that it is very important to understand and know exactly what connectors should be used at the ends of Cat7 cables. Without the professional grounding of the building installation, this category would rather ruin the network speed than improve it from 5e.
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