in the videos for the A+ exam Cat levels up to Cat 6a were mentioned. If i am not mistaken there are higher Cat levels out now such as Cat 7 and Cat 8. I guess they might come up in the exam. so what are the spesific specs if the Cat table on the episode: "Wired Network part 3" would be continued for Cat 7 and 8.
A+ cable cat levels
@Sven-biedermann great question, we focused on the Cat cables that have the ANSI TIA specification, but you are correct there are also:
Cat 7 - (not recognized by TIA)(ISO/IEC 11801 standard) - 10 Gigabit Ethernet over 100 meter copper twisted pair
Cat 7a - (not recognized by TIA)(ISO/IEC 11801 standard) - 1000 MHz, potential to support 40 Gigabit, however very little vendor support)
Cat 8 - (Supported by TIA under the 568C-2.1 standard) - 2000 MHz, short distance patch cable, not intended for general office cabling.
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