CAT5e cable 75 ohm

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 Question by Joseph jen posted 17 Mar 2005
 CAT5e cable 75 ohm
Have any CAT5e type cable support 75 ohm impedence?
we want use it for camera signal extend.
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 Answer by Joseph Golan posted 17 Mar 2005
Dear Joseph,

Yes it can but you will need a balun (balanced-unbalanced) at each end for conversion. There are a number of these on the market.

Take a look at tis web site for a sample of this item
http://www.muxlab.com/products/ve_cctv_modular_balun_print.html


Sincerely,
Joseph Golan, RCDD

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