Category 4 cable (Cat 4) is a cable that consists of four unshielded twisted-pair (UTP) copper wires with a data rate of 16 Mbit/s and performance of up to 20 MHz. It is used in telephone networks which can transmit voice and data up to 16 Mbit/s. For a brief period it was used for some token ring, 10BASE-T, and 100BASE-T4 networks, but was quickly superseded by Category 5 cable. It is no longer common or used in new installations. Category 4 cable is not recognized by the current version of the TIA/EIA-568 data cabling standards.

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  • Cable de Categoría 4 es una descripción no estandarizada de cable que consiste en 4 cables UTP con una velocidad de datos de 16 Mbit/s y un rendimiento de hasta 20 MHz. Fue usado en redes token ring, 10BASE-T, 100BASE-T4, y ha caído en desuso. Fue rápidamente reemplazado por el Cable de Categoría 5/5e, que poseen 100±15 Ohmios de impedancia. (es)
  • Category 4 cable (Cat 4) is a cable that consists of four unshielded twisted-pair (UTP) copper wires with a data rate of 16 Mbit/s and performance of up to 20 MHz. It is used in telephone networks which can transmit voice and data up to 16 Mbit/s. For a brief period it was used for some token ring, 10BASE-T, and 100BASE-T4 networks, but was quickly superseded by Category 5 cable. It is no longer common or used in new installations. Category 4 cable is not recognized by the current version of the TIA/EIA-568 data cabling standards. (en)
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  • Cable de Categoría 4 es una descripción no estandarizada de cable que consiste en 4 cables UTP con una velocidad de datos de 16 Mbit/s y un rendimiento de hasta 20 MHz. Fue usado en redes token ring, 10BASE-T, 100BASE-T4, y ha caído en desuso. Fue rápidamente reemplazado por el Cable de Categoría 5/5e, que poseen 100±15 Ohmios de impedancia. (es)
  • Category 4 cable (Cat 4) is a cable that consists of four unshielded twisted-pair (UTP) copper wires with a data rate of 16 Mbit/s and performance of up to 20 MHz. It is used in telephone networks which can transmit voice and data up to 16 Mbit/s. For a brief period it was used for some token ring, 10BASE-T, and 100BASE-T4 networks, but was quickly superseded by Category 5 cable. It is no longer common or used in new installations. Category 4 cable is not recognized by the current version of the TIA/EIA-568 data cabling standards. (en)
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  • Category 4 cable (en)
  • Cable de Categoría 4 (es)
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