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MT-RJ Connectors

Discussion in 'Network+' started by Jazzman, Mar 28, 2008.

  1. Jazzman

    Jazzman New Member

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    Whilst reading N+ 4th ed. Groth, while describing the MT-RJ connector, he used two terms that I don't understand:

    * TX and RX strands in one connector.
    * Keyed for single polarity.

    Can anyone enlighten me on these terms please?
     
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  2. warrmr

    warrmr Byte Poster

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    tx = transmit
    rx= recive

    keyed for single polarity means it will only fit in the socket th one way think molex plug or rj45 plug

    infact I think you are describing a rj45 plug
     
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  3. hbroomhall

    hbroomhall Petabyte Poster Gold Member

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    It's not an RJ45. Apart from anything else it is fibre, not copper.

    Some info and pics here.

    Harry.
     
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