Shielded modular jacks limit crosstalk in 10G networking apps

June 26, 2006 -- Tyco Electronics' AMP Netconnect business unit has introduced its SL Series AMP-Twist shielded modular jacks, which are designed to mitigate the alien crosstalk often found in high-speed networking applications.

Tyco Electronics'AMP Netconnect business unit has introduced its SL Series AMP-Twist shielded modular jacks, which are designed to mitigate the alien crosstalk often found in high-speed networking applications.

According to the company, with an integrated cable cutting blade arrangement and intuitive two-piece construction, the shielded modular jacks enable quick installation and can simplify shield termination. The re-usable jacks' rugged construction and slim profile accommodate high outlet densities.

The jacks are compliant with current and proposed system architectures and are suitable for networks operating within protocols for 10 Gigabit Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, 10 and 100BASE-TX, Token Ring, 155-Mbit/sec ATM, 100-Mbit/sec TP-PMD, ISDN, video (analog and digital), analog voice, and digital voice (VoIP).

Other features of SL Series AMP-Twist modular jacks include integrated cable strain relief and optional dust covers. In addition to modular jacks, accompanying products such as patch panels, cable, and patch cords are available.


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