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A signal induced by a disturber so far away that the energy coupled into the loop with conductor 1 is equal to that coupled to the loop with conductor 2 is canceled at the end of the line. ) The twist is effective against a disturber at any location relative to the pair, as it provides the above-mentioned similarity of distances. Thus a commonmode disturbance picked up by one turn of conductor 1 is balanced by the disturbance picked up by the following turn of conductor 2, which takes the place of conductor 1 relative to the disturber because of the twist.

Different cable types are still required to accommodate diverse requirements related to the needs of (electrical) safety, of EMC, and of transmission characteristics. Different applications have different requirements concerning the electrical characteristics of the transmission channel and its topology. , point-to-point or bus. In some commercial buildings separate networks for security and/or telephone may also be implemented for contractual reasons. Taking into account: • The transmission characteristics of the links required by different groups of applications BUILDING WIRING • • 5 The difference of cost and place of demand for low- and high-performance cables The need to provide coaxial cables for HE at least for another decade a generic infrastructure for all kinds of applications presently consists of three channel classes, as outlined in column 11 of Table 2, besides the mains distribution network.

A cable is characterized by its electrical and mechanical characteristics and not by three or four letters, especially since these letters have a second meaning: in the United States one often uses UTP to characterize cables with an impedance of 100 , while STP means 150 . Balanced cables used for ICT and HE applications have an impedance of 100 , 120 , or 150 . New installations in most countries have 100 , but 120 cables are also newly installed. The installed base of 150 is significant, but this impedance is not recommended for new installations.

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