A cable used to connect two hubs in a network cabling system.
Any cable that allows two jacks to be linked together. Typically, a cable with two 1/4", 1/4" military, or TT (Tini-Tel) plugs. Can be TS (mono) or TRS (stereo).
A flexible piece of cable terminated at both ends with connectors. Used for interconnecting circuits on a patch panel or cross connect.
The cable connecting the network panel and the active switch or hub.
a flexible cable terminated at both ends with a plug
See Cat 5e Cable.
A short, flexible cable terminated at both ends that are used to interconnect LAN equipment.
The common name for any network cable that is used to connect, or "patch," any two network ports.
A short length of network cable used to connect two devices together.
A cable with plugs or terminals on each end of the conductors to temporarily connect circuits of equipment together.
A twisted-pair or fiber optic jumper cable used to make a connection between a media segment and a network interface (on a station) or a network port (on a hub), or to directly connect stations and hub ports together.
Low level cable used to transfer information in an electronic form between components in an audio/video system (see Interconnect).
A short length of cable used to connect wiring devices such as a concentrator to a patch panel.
A normal Ethernet cable, as opposed to a crossover cable.
Network cable used to connect a PC to a hub.
Length of wire or optical fiber cable used to connect the concentrator ports to locations on a patch panel. The type of patch cable to use is determined by (1) the cable type (single-mode fiber, multimode fiber, STP, or UTP) and (2) the type of patch panel and wall outlet to which the cable is connected.
A patch cable or patch cord (sometimes patchcord or patchcable) is an electrical cable, used to connect ("patch-in") one electronic device to another for routing. Patch cords are usually produced in many different colours so as to be easily distinguishable, and are relatively short, perhaps no longer than two metres. Types of patch cords include microphone cables, headphone extension cables, XLR connector, RCA connector and Â¼" TRS connector cables, and thicker, hoselike cords (snake cable) used to carry video or amplified signals.