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DEFINITION: A patch cord (sometimes called a patch cable) is a length of cable with connectors on the ends that is used to connect an end device to something else, such as a power source. One of the most common uses is connecting a laptop, desktop or other end device to a wall outlet. Typically, a patch cord is a copper cable that has an RJ45, TERA or GG45 connector on both ends, although hybrid versions exist  … 

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APPLICATION NOTE: In commercial cabling, standards are well established for the testing and certification of structured wiring systems.
Posted: 28 Mar 2004 | Published: 01 Jan 2002

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