I'm looking to buy a Cat 8 patch cable. I found a cable that I like that meets
Class I and
Class II but it is not compliant to TIA Cat8 (As defined in
ANSI/TIA-568.2-D) which has slightly different requirements.
Cable that I'm looking at: https://www.leviton.com/en/docs/Leviton_SFS8D-5LS_Atlas-X1_Cat_8_SFTP_Cable.pdf
I live in the United States, and was wondering if there are drawbacks for patch cables that don't meet the TIA requirements.
I did some research already, and according to this website it basically shows more check boxes for the ISO standard.
And this website shows that TIA cables are 150 Ω and ISO 11801 cables are 100 Ω.
So far that's the only difference I could find, but I'm not even sure how that effects the patch cable. Does the Ohms rating effect patch cables? Are devices in United States only compatible with 150 Ohms cables? Are there any drawback to using the TIA patch cable in the US Region?