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Network Cabling

Networking - Determine Cable Types

Cable QuestionCabling Type
ArcNet uses this type of cabling: Coaxial
This type of cabling uses a shielding called braiding covering a copper core: Coaxial
This type of cabling uses bus topology: Coaxial
This type of cabling is almost an obsolete technology: Coaxial
This type of cabling uses terms such as thicknet or thinnet Coaxial
This cable type is either 10Base5 or 10Base2: Coaxial
This type of cabling can be found in a cable modem setup: Coaxial
This type of cabling can only have a maximum of 185 meters in length: Coaxial
It uses 10BaseT cable type UTP
This type of cabling is the most popular: UTP
This type of cabling has a maximum cable length of 100 meters or 325 feet: UTP
This type of cabling uses twisted pairs of wires: UTP or STP
This type of cabling can use Catagory 3 up to Catagory 7 cables: UTP
This type of cabling can be prone to crosstalk: UTP
This type of cabling uses an RJ45 connector: UTP
This type of cabling uses a BNC type connector: Coaxial
This type of cabling is found used in a star or ring topology: UTP
Punchdown blocks and patch panels can be found with this type of cabling: UTP
This type of cabling is the least expensive of all cabling options: UTP
This type of cabling eliminates the possibility of eavesdropping making it the most secure: Fiber Optics
This type of cabling contains slender cylinders of glass: Fiber Optics
This type of cabling uses light emitting diodes or laser-based emitters: Fiber Optics
This type of cabling can carry up to 200 Gbps bandwidth: Fiber Optics
The maximum cable length for this type of cabling is 100 km or 62.14 miles: Fiber Optics
This type of cabling is the most expensive of all network cable solutions: Fiber Optics
This type of cabling uses connector types of ST, SC, MIC, MT-RJ, and SMA: Fiber Optics
This type of cabling uses an antenna, access point and a receiver: Wireless
This type makes use of four primary technologies: infrared, laser, narrowband, single-frequency radio and spread-spectrum radio waves: Wireless
This type of cabling commonly uses frequencies from 10KHz to 1 GHz: Wireless
This type of cabling uses radio, microwave, and infrared technologies: Wireless
Created by: LauraKathryn