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General Cable’s GenSpeed 6000 cuts down on crosstalk

General Cable Corp. has introduced the GenSpeed 6000 Category 6 cable, which the company says provides performance that exceeds the TIA/EIA standard for Cat 6.


September 1, 2004  


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General Cable Corp. has introduced the GenSpeed 6000 Category 6 cable, which the company says provides performance that exceeds the TIA/EIA standard for Cat 6.

It utilizes a tape separator and provides increased protection against unwanted external noise sources, otherwise known as crosstalk.

Product-specific packaging includes the new Pull-Pac II with wide-mouth payout and the Spool-Pac Cartons with internal spools, both of which simplify installation and identification.

In addition, the product also features the company’s Tru-Mark print legend with footage marking from 1,000 feet to zero feet to maximize the usage of all available material on site.

A Positive Power Sum ACR (PSACR) of up to 300 MHz, provides an allowance for future bandwidth and high-speed data requirements.

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