Addicted to Fun and Learning
- Mar 1, 2016
- Wellington, New Zealand
...I would love to know how their cable, with no active circuitry built in, is able to correct any errors if they existed in the first place? ...
"Category 7 cabling was created to satisfy the demands of 10 Gigabit Ethernet.
According to Wireworld, “Even though most media networks now run below that speed, cables that support higher speeds have been found to improve the quality of audio and video streaming.
Note the "According to Wireworld", which serves the dual purpose of appealing to authority and distancing the reviewer from a statement he suspects is less than accurate.
Those improvements are possible because streamed signals suffer from data errors that cannot be repaired by the error correction systems that preserve file transfers.
The proposed standard for future networks is Category 8, which extends network speeds to the staggering rate of 40 Gigabits per second.”