6Knowledge baseCAT 7 (ISO Class F)600 MHz 1.2 GHz in pairs with Siemon connector Full-motion video Teleradiology Government and manufacturing environments Fully Shielded (S/FTP) system using non-RJ45 connectors but backwards compatible with hybrid cords. Until February 2008, the only standard (published in 2002) to support 10GBASE-T for a full 100m.
7Knowledge base Gbase-t- gigabits per second on a copper wire
8Enteshari/Kavhrad 09Tranmition at 40Gbase-T is practical at lengths up to 50 metersTransmition at 100GBase-T can be practical at lengths up to 10 meters
9Kavehrad 07it is possible to extend the length of category 7 copper cables from 70 meters to 100 meters (Kavehrad 07)
10I. Kalet and S. ShamaiPresent copper wire systems operate far below theoretical capacity
12PurposeTo Determine the distances which 100Gbase- T is more practical than 40Gbase-T.
13HypothesisAlternate hypothesis- The 100Gbase over the copper cable will be more practical than the cable transporting 40Gbase in short distancesNull Hypothesis- The 40Gbase transmition over the copper cable is always more practical
14Do Ability Very doable Most info can be recorded on a computer Only the copper cables are needed
18Methodology Category 7A cables 40GBase-T run through 100GBase-T Copper cable run through copper cableInternet signal sent over cableSignal strength recorded on receiving computerData run through Viterbri decoderData statistically analyzed on spss
19BibliographyResearchers Push transmission Rate of copper CablesUltrafast Home Network Possible by Using Separate Optical FibersI. Kalet and S. Shamai, “On the capacity of a Twisted-Wire Pair: GaussianModel”, IEEE Transactions on Communications, vol. 38, No 3, March 1990.Ali Entashari, MohsenkaveradK. Seki, et. al., Performance Evaluation of Low-Latency LDPC Code, IEEE 802.310GBASE-T Study Group Interim Meeting, July 2004.