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It uses LEDs to transmit data. This cable type is commonly used over
short distances.
MMF (Multimode Fiber)
optic cable
Data is transmitted over this cable by laser light. Although it is not widely used, this
technology can transmit data over long distances at extremely high rates.
SMF (Single Mode Fiber)
optic cable
This cable is used in Cat6 cables. Individual wires are shielded to reduce electromagnetic
interference (EMI).
STP (Shielded Twisted
Pair)
______ cable is used on 10BaseT and 100BaseT networks. It is commonly used in Cat5
cabling.
UTP (Unshielded Twisted
Pair)
This cable supports 200-250 MHz of bandwidth and a maximum throughput rate of 1,000
Mbps.
Cat 6
This cable supports 100 MHz of bandwidth and a maximum throughput rate of 1,000
Mbps.
Cat 5e
This cable is most commonly used for Ethernet networks. It supports 100 MHz of
bandwidth and a maximum throughput rate of 100 Mbps.
Cat 5
This cable is referred to as telephone cable.
maximum throughput of 16 Mbps.
Cat 3