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What is Cat6a & Cat7?

Cat6a cabling is a type of network cable used for high-speed data transmission. It is a category 6 augmented cable standard and offers improved performance compared to previous Cat6 cables. Cat6a cabling supports frequencies up to 500 MHz, providing higher bandwidth and more reliable transmission of data, video, and audio over Ethernet networks. Additionally, Cat6a cabling features improved insulation and shielding to reduce interference and maintain signal quality over longer distances.


Cat7 is a type of network cable used for high-speed data transmission. It is a category 7 cable standard and offers improved performance compared to previous Cat6 and Cat6a cables. Cat7 cabling supports frequencies up to 600 MHz and provides even higher bandwidth and more reliable transmission of data, video, and audio over Ethernet networks. Additionally, Cat7 cabling features even better shielding and insulation to reduce interference and maintain signal quality over longer distances.


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