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CAT5e Splitter

Networx™ CAT5e Splitter will allow you to run 2 active network connections using a single CAT5e cable. Networx™ CAT5e Splitter allows you to run 2 active connections over a single cat5e cable by splitting the pairs into 2 separate connections.
Updated: 6/16/2015

Category Cable and What It Means To You

What is Category cable and what are the differences between CAT5e, CAT6, CAT6a?
Updated: 6/16/2015

Network Cabling - Solid or Stranded? Here's What You Need To Know

Find out the difference between stranded and solid cabling and when to choose the correct one.
Updated: 9/26/2018

Part 1 - What is Computer Networking?

This handy guide will walk you through the basics of computer networking so you can get an understand of the terms that get thrown around.
Updated: 9/15/2015

Part 2 - Benefits of a Computer Network

A business, be it a small or a large one needs some type of networking in every tier. Be it in the export, import or marketing sector, the individuals in a company need to be networked and connected to each other in some way or the other. This increases both order as well as efficiency of the working system.
Updated: 9/16/2015

Part 3 - Client Server Networks

Client server network architecture is a very popular model for computer networking that utilizes both client and server devices each designed for a set utilization. This client server model can be used as a local area network (LAN) or on the internet. Some familiar examples of a client server system on the internet are file transfer protocol clients (FTPs), Web servers, Web browsers and DNS.
Updated: 9/16/2015

Part 4 - Peer to Peer Networks

Peer to peer is an approach to computer networking where all computers share equivalent responsibility for processing data. Peer-to-peer networking (also known simply as peer networking) differs from the previously described, client-server networking, wherein some devices have the responsibility of providing or 'serving' data and other devices consume or otherwise act as 'clients' of those servers.
Updated: 9/16/2015

Part 5 - Network Protocols

A network protocol is a catalogue of rules and conventions for communication between various networking devices. All protocols for networking of computers utilize the prevalence of packet switching techniques to both send and receive messages in the form of packets.
Updated: 9/16/2015

RS-232 Serial Cables

Updated: 6/23/2015

Straight-through, Crossover, and Rollover Wiring

A quick and easy guide showing the difference in Straight-through, Crossover, and Rollover wiring of cables and the intended use for each type of cable
Updated: 11/08/2018

TIA/EIA 568a and 568b Wiring Color Codes

568a and 568b TIA/EIA Color Code Diagrams and Information
Updated: 12/03/2018

What CCA Wire Can Do To Your Network

CCA cable is an acronym for Copper Clad Aluminum cables. CCA wire uses an aluminum conductor that is coated with copper. This process incurs less cost of manufacturing on the part of the company and thus a higher profit during the sales.
Updated: 4/24/2017

What is a Coaxial Cable?

Guide to using coaxial cable and to help make a decision on which type of coaxial cable should be used for a particular installation.
Updated: 6/01/2015

What is AWG?

Learn what American wire gauge is and how it relates to cabling.
Updated: 6/23/2015

What's the difference between 50 Ohm and 75 Ohm Coaxial Cable?

Learn when to choose 50 Ohm or 75 Ohm Coaxial Cable!
Updated: 8/03/2016