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Difference Of Jumper Wire And Network Wire
- Oct 19, 2018 -

Jumper Wire: The jumper wire is the metal connection wire connecting two required points of the circuit board (PCB). Due to different product design, materials and thickness of jumper wire is different. Most of the jumper wire is used for the same potential voltage transmission, as well as the reference voltage used to protect the circuit. For precision voltage requirements, the voltage drop caused by a little metal jumper wire will also have a great impact on product performance.

Network Wire: To connect to the LAN, the network wire is essential. The common network wire in the LAN are mainly twisted pair wire, coaxial wire, and optical fiber wire. Twisted pair wire is a data transmission type composed of many pairs of wires. It is characterized by low price, so it is widely used, such as our common telephone line. It is used to connect to the RJ45 crystal head. It has two kinds of STP and UTP, and we usually use UTP.

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The difference between jumper wire and network wire is that jumper wire is usually used to short-circuit and connect two wires, and network wire is usually used for data transmission.