EMC Cat5 isolation

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 Question by Graham Jones posted 29 Mar 2001
 EMC Cat5 isolation
Do you have any recommendations about the minimum separation distance between Cat5 cable and mains power on order to minimise the effect of EMC on the network?

Is there researct to support your recommendations?

Is it acceptable to lay Cat5 cables in the same duct as mains?
 Answer by Roman Kitaev posted 29 Mar 2001
Hello, Graham!

We have an good e-book titled "Guide to Separation of Network Cabling from EMI sources".

It's available at http://www.cabling-design.com/resources/documents/

Best regards
Roman Kitaev

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