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0–10 V - A common analog process control signal voltage range.


1000BASE-CX - Two pairs of 150-ohm shielded twisted pair cable for a maximum length of 25 meters.


1000BASE-LX/LH - A long wavelength for a “long haul” fiber optic cable for a maximum length of 10 kilometers.


1000BASE-SX - A short laser wavelength on multimode fiber optic cable for a maximum length of 550 meters.

 

1000BASE-T - A form of Gigabit Ethernet (1 gigabit is 1,000 megabits per second) on copper cables, using four pairs of Category 5 unshielded twisted pair to achieve the gigabit data rate. 1000BASE-T can be used in data centers for server switching, for uplinks from desktop computer switches, or directly to the desktop for broadband applications. A big advantage of 1000BASE-T is that existing copper cabling can be used instead of having to rewire with optical fiber.

 

1000BASE-T - Four pairs of Category 5 unshielded twisted-pair cable for a maximum length of 100 meters. 1,000 Mbps over twisted pair.

 

1000BASE-ZX - An extended wavelength single-mode optical fiber for up to 100 kilometers.

 

100BASE-T - Also called “Fast Ethernet,” it is a 100 Mbps version of Ethernet (IEEE 802.3u standard). 100BASE-T transmits at 100 Mbps rather than 10 Mbps. Like regular Ethernet, Fast Ethernet is a shared media LAN. All nodes share the 100 Mbps bandwidth. 100BASE-T uses the same CSMA/CD access method as regular Ethernet with some modification. Three cabling variations are provided. 100BASE-TX uses two pairs of Category 5 UTP, 100BASE-T4 uses four pairs of Category 3 and 100BASE-FX uses multimode optical fibers and is primarily intended for backbone use.

 

10BASE2  - A network conforming to the IEE 802.3 local area network standard. Also known as thinnet, 10BASE2 networks are a continuous bus configuration and are capable of carrying information at rates up to 10 Mbps. Devices are connected to the coaxial cable withB NC T connectors over distances up to 606.80 feet (185 m).

 

10BASE5  - A network conforming to the IEEE 802.3 local area network standard. Also known as standard Ethernet, 10BASE5 networks are a continuous bus configuration and are capable of carrying information at rates up to 10 Mbps. Devices are connected to the coaxial cable with transceivers over distances up to 1,640 feet (500 m).

 

10BASE-F - Operates over fiber on a star topology with a physical central hub acting as the network distribution point. Each node or workstation on the network is connected to the hub. Emerging standard under the IEEE 802.3 committee will use synchronous signaling theme, similar to Chipcom. Will also accommodate several ports of FOIRL compatible signaling.

 

10BASE-T - The implementation of the IEEE 802.2 standard designed to operate over a star topology with a central hub acting as the network distribution point. Each node or workstation on the network is connected to the hub by a link segment of unshielded twisted-pair cabling. The 10BASE-T standard limits unshielded twisted-pair segments to 100 meters.

 

10BROAD36  - 10 million bits per second over broadband coaxial cable with node-to-node coverage of 3600 meters. The IEEE 802.3 specification for running Ethernet on broadband.

 

10GBASE-T - A standard by the IEEE 802 committee to provide 10 Gigabit/second connections over conventional unshielded twisted-pair cables. The committee currently working on the standard is IEEE 802.3an, a subgroup of IEEE 802.3.

 

110-type connecting block - The part of 110-type cross-connect that terminates twisted-pair wiring and can be used with either jumper wires or patch cords to establish circuit connections.

 

110-type wiring - The distribution system hardware developed for Dimension System 85 and other current AT&T information systems. Originally known as 88-type wiring, it was refined over a ten-year period so that customers could participate in circuit rearrangement. The number 110 is part of a Western Electric product code.

 

1BASE-5 - Starlan.

 

3270, 3270 information display system  - A very popular IBM data entry and display system that consists of control units, display station, printers and other equipment.

 

4–20 mA  - A common analog process control signal current range.