EthernetOne of the most popular standards for Local Area Network (LAN) applications, Ethernet has been in use since 1980. Standardized as IEEE 802.3, Ethernet is commonly available over twisted-pair wire, using the familiar RJ45 connection, and in fiber optic versions for high-bandwidth uses.
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Add a Cat6 RJ45 connection to a wall plate, patch panel or surface connection box
Mount and install an external Cat5e Wall Jack
Terminate your shielded Cat6a cables at standard wall plates
Join two Cat6 patch cables together to make a longer cable
Join Two Cat6 Patch Cables Together to Make a Longer Cable
Add an in-wall VGA port, for neat, professional quality video installations.