Telephone & Network Cable
Over the last 30 years, Sycor Technology has witnessed rapid advancements in the fields of telecommunications and networking. Time and time again, we have continued to adapt to the changing demands of our clients and for all your telephone and network cable needs, Sycor has the perfect product for you! We are fully stocked and prepared to accommodate any and all of your requests and have the resources to ensure you get the best product for the best price.
Telephone Cables & Category Cables:
Telephone cables are used for exactly what it sounds like: to establish telephone line connections. Common telephone wire is Station Z, which is used for a variety of low-voltage and residential applications. It is available in standard, direct-burial, and multi-conductor plenum rated configurations. In telecommunications, Station Z wire has been used for inside connection from drop wire, service, or entrance cable to telephones.
Network cables like category (or “Cat” for short) Ethernet and fiber optic cables can also be suitable for telephone applications but are popularly used to connect one network device to another. Visually, Ethernet cables appear to be almost indistinguishable, but all category cables are available in different configurations. While all boast twisted conductors to help prevent Electromagnetic interference, there are various shielding and gauge size options to ensure you get the Category cable for your unique application.
In addition, the various categories meet different specifications. For example, a higher category cable (i.e. Cat6) will have a higher bandwidth than a lower category cable (i.e. Cat5). In essence, the higher the category number is the higher its performance. Whether you are installing a building’s telephone and internet connection or setting up a residential phone line, Sycor has the network cable for you.
Fiber Optic Network Cables:
Fiber optic cables offer tremendous bandwidths and are used by cable and telecommunications companies to provide fast and accurate connections to the internet. There are various other applications for these versatile, super-quick cables as well, including in instrumentation, military SONAR use, and imaging technologies. Fiber optic cables are very lightweight and do not experience the troubles of signal degradation like copper-based cables do, but they are also extremely fragile due to their glass conductors.
Interested in our telephone and network cables? We can help! Feel free to get in touch with us anytime, as a member of our friendly and knowledgeable sales staff would be more than happy to help you with any inquiries you may have. Request a quote online, email, or call us today!