- Category 7 cable
Category 7 cable (CAT7), (
ISO/IEC 11801:2002 category 7/class F), is a cable standard for Ethernetand other interconnect technologies that can be made to be backwards compatiblewith traditional CAT5 and CAT6 Ethernet cable. CAT7 features even more strict specifications for crosstalk and system noise than CAT6. To achieve this, shielding has been added for individual wirepairs and the cable as a whole.
The CAT7 cable standard has been created to allow
10 gigabit Ethernetover 100 m of coppercabling (also, 10-Gbit/s Ethernet now is typically run on Cat6A). The cable contains four twisted copper wire pairs, just like the earlier standards. CAT7 can be terminated either with RJ-45compatible GG45electrical connectors which incorporate the RJ-45 standard or with TERAconnectors. When combined with GG-45 or TERAconnectors, CAT7 cable is rated for transmission frequencies of up to 600 MHz.
Researchers in November 2007 proved that it is "definitely possible" to transport 100 gigabits per second over 70 meters of CAT7 cable and they are now working on extending it to 100 m. [ [http://live.psu.edu/story/27265 News release] ] This technology may be available in early 2013. [cite web | url=http://www.tgdaily.com/content/view/34854/118/ |title=Cat-7 copper theorized to transmit 100 Gbit/s in excess of 100 meters using future modems |publisher=TG Daily |first=Rick C. |last=Hodgin |accessdate=2007-11-16 |date=2007-11-14 ]
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