Cat6 cables are designed for operating frequencies up to 250 MHz. They are used for signal transmission at high data rates (1 Gbps). Due to the high signal frequencies, special care must be taken during... Show more Cat6 cables are designed for operating frequencies up to 250 MHz. They are used for signal transmission at high data rates (1 Gbps). Due to the high signal frequencies, special care must be taken during installation and assembly, especially at the connection points of the cores. The individual wire pairs in Cat6 are twisted differently closely, which reduces the susceptibility to interference even more than in Cat5e. Application areas for Cat-6 cables are voice and data transmission as well as multimedia and ATM networks. Even more powerful are Cat6e (500 MHz) and Cat6a (625 MHz) cables. Slimpatch cables offer a great advantage when cabling racks and 48-port switches. Due to the extremely thin processing and the great flexibility, you avoid messing up the cables and thus keep the overview. A Wirewin Cat6 slim patch cable has a flexible and wide jack protection as well as a length imprint on both ends. So you finally have a little order in your distribution cabinets again. They are the optimal solution to connect IP phones to your network. Due to their short grommet and flexibility, these cables are ideally suited for this application. Despite the extremely thin design, Power over Ethernet supply of the IP telephones is also possible via these cables. In addition, the cables are no longer flat as usual - they now have a round shape. The AWG (American Wire Gauge) system is based on the manufacturing process of wires and expresses the conductor strength of the copper wire. AWG36 = 0.0127 mm² conductor cross-section.