SFCable's Blog – July 2019 Archive (7)

Fiber Optic Patch Cables: Here's All You Should Know

The basic definition of patch cables means an electronic cable which connects electronic devices. It allows the transmission of data between them. There are different types of patch cables in the market with fiber optic patch cables being one of the types. Other types include microphone, headphones, RCA, and ethernet.

Fiber optic patch cable, cord or often known as optical jumper, is a fiber cable terminated with fiber optic connectors (LC,…

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Added by SFCable on July 30, 2019 at 2:53am — No Comments

Cat 7 vs Cat 8 Cables: What's the Difference?

Supposedly, you have to install data cables for your newly built house. But don’t have any clue about them. And we all know that it can get overwhelming with the variety of ethernet cables available in the market such as Cat5, Cat5e, Cat6, Cat6a, Cat7, cat8, and so on.

So, if you are selecting the cable for your place then it is important to understand their features and capabilities.

Presently, Cat 7…

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Added by SFCable on July 22, 2019 at 4:45am — No Comments

The Future of Network Cabling: Fiber & Copper Together

With the technological advancements & increasing internet speed raises a question as to whether to use traditional copper as the physical interconnector or upgrade to fiber to support these higher speeds.

In this blog post, we are going to see the main difference and consequences of using both on the same platform.

Size And Space:

The main difference will be fluctuation in size and weight. Everyone…

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Added by SFCable on July 11, 2019 at 6:19am — No Comments

How USB-C Is Going to Get More Secure

In the present scenario, we find more USB cables in our drawers than the documents. I am sure that your drawers are full of different USB drives, cables, and chargers you bought over the years. Their overall quality has improved over the years. Now, they charge your devices more quickly and transfer files at an astonishing rate. But they haven’t gotten any…

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Added by SFCable on July 10, 2019 at 6:29am — No Comments

RCA Is An Analog Classic & It's Here to Stay

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past couple of years, you know the whole controversy about phone companies doing away with the headphone jack and replacing it with a USB-C or Lightning port (in case of Apple devices). Apple was the first one to do it, and as usual, the industry followed. While phones are usually used to…

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Added by SFCable on July 9, 2019 at 3:46am — No Comments

Cat 8 Cables: Soon to be a Boon in An Average User’s Life

Cat 8 cables are still new and shiny. Pretty much no one uses them at home, yet. They are incredibly fast at 25Gbps to 40Gbps speeds. That kind of speed is only useful in a more industrial setting and after all, only such settings can afford the cost of it.

The question to ask is what are the possible uses of such an extravagant speed that this particular network cable…

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Added by SFCable on July 3, 2019 at 2:57am — No Comments

How to Use an External Monitor for a Better Working Experience

As a consumer who uses a computer for basic tasks like managing a small to medium work database, or some light content editing that is mostly text, you can simply use the new all-in-one type of laptops in the market. One that folds into tablet mode for touch screen web scrolling, and has a full keyboard to type out long emails, or make content strategies. But if you have ever tried to edit video or stream games on one of those laptops, you know that we are slightly far from eliminating…

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Added by SFCable on July 1, 2019 at 8:35am — No Comments

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