Category 2 cabling, or Cat2, is the second-lowest grade of unshielded twisted-pair (UTP) cabling. Category 2 cabling was designed to support digital voice and data communication.
CAT1 or Category 1 Cabling is the lowest grade of unshielded twisted-pair (UTP) cabling.
Enhanced Category 5 cabling, or CAT5E, is an informal cabling standard that some cable manufacturers use to refer to category 5 cabling that is capable of supporting transmission speeds faster than...
Terminator is a device connected to one end of a bus or cable that absorbs signals. Terminators prevent signal reflection, which can produce interference that causes signal loss.
SCSI stands for Small Computer System Interface, is a hardware bus specification for connecting peripherals to a computer using a parallel transmission interface.
There are two basic types of cabling used in LAN networking environments: Copper cabling and fiber-optic cabling.