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Since our established in 1978, Wonderful Hi-Tech has grown rapidly and become one of the leading manufacturers and providers of electronic wire and cable in Taiwan.

In our second stage of development electronic during years from 1995 to 2000, we devoted ourselves to making advancements in the area of LAN Cable and RF Coaxial cable technology. Moreover, on the year 2007, we obtained Cat. 6A(10G) certification, providing again that Wonderful Hi-Tech has become one of the best international cable suppliers.

Wonderful have completed series products, and hundreds of them have been certified by international security regulations. We serve you with the highest sincerity, by improving the quality of our production, developing new products, so as to prosper and grow with you.

CAT.6 cable manufacturer and supplier

Category 6 cable (Cat 6) is a standardized twisted pair cable for Ethernet and other network physical layers that is backward compatible with the Category 5/5e and Category 3 cable standards.

Cat 6 must meet more stringent specifications for crosstalk and system noise than Cat 5 and Cat 5e. The cable standard specifies performance of up to 250 MHz, compared to 100 MHz for Cat 5 and Cat 5e.

Whereas Category 6 cable has a reduced maximum length of 55 metres (180 ft) when used for 10GBASE-T, Category 6A cable is characterized to 500 MHz and has improved alien crosstalk characteristics, allowing 10GBASE-T to be run for the same 100-metre (330 ft) maximum distance as previous Ethernet variants.

(Reference: Wikipedia)

CAT.6A cable manufacturer and supplier

The standard for Category 6A (augmented Category 6) is ANSI/TIA-568.2-D (replaces 568-C.2), defined by the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) for enhanced performance standards for twisted pair cable systems. It was defined in 2018. Cat 6A performance is defined for frequencies up to 500 MHz—twice that of Cat 6. Cat 6A also has an improved alien crosstalk specification as compared to Cat 6, which picks up high levels of alien noise at high frequencies.

The global cabling standard ISO/IEC 11801 has been extended by the addition of amendment 2. This amendment defines new specifications for Cat 6A components and Class EA permanent links. These new global Cat 6A/Class EA specifications require a new generation of connecting hardware offering far superior performance compared to the existing products that are based on the American TIA standard.[9] The most important point is a performance difference between ISO/IEC and EIA/TIA component specifications for the NEXT transmission parameter. At a frequency of 500 MHz, an ISO/IEC Cat 6A connector performs 3 dB better than a Cat 6A connector that conforms with the EIA/TIA specification (3 dB equals 50% reduction of near-end crosstalk noise signal power; see half-power point).

Confusion therefore arises because of the naming conventions and performance benchmarks laid down by the International ISO/IEC and American TIA/EIA standards, which in turn are different from the regional European standard, EN 50173-1. In broad terms, the ISO standard for Cat 6A is the most stringent, followed by the European standard, and then the American (1 on 1 matching capability).

(Reference: Wikipedia)

CAT.8 cable manufacturer and supplier

Category 8 was ratified by the TR43 working group under ANSI/TIA 568-C.2-1. It is defined up to 2000 MHz and only for distances from 30 m to 36 m depending on the patch cords used. ISO is expected to ratify the equivalent in 2018 but will have two options:

  • Class I channel (Category 8.1 cable): minimum cable design U/FTP or F/UTP, fully backward compatible and interoperable with Class EA (Category 6A) using 8P8C connectors
  • Class II channel (Category 8.2 cable): F/FTP or S/FTP minimum, interoperable with Class FA (Category 7A) using TERA or GG45.
  • Category 8 is designed only for data centers where distances between switches and servers are short. It is not intended for general office cabling.

    (Reference: Wikipedia)

Speaker cable manufacturer and supplier

Speaker cable is used to make the electrical connection between loudspeakers and audio amplifiers. Modern speaker cable consists of two or more electrical conductors individually insulated by plastic (such as PVC, PE or Teflon) or, less commonly, rubber. The two wires are electrically identical, but are marked to identify the correct audio signal polarity. Most commonly, speaker cable comes in the form of zip cord.

The effect of speaker cable upon the signal it carries has been a much-debated topic in the audiophile and high fidelity worlds. The accuracy of many advertising claims on these points has been disputed by expert engineers who emphasize that simple electrical resistance is by far the most important characteristic of speaker cable.

(Reference: Wikipedia)


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