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100BASE-TX uses 4b/5b encoding with MLT-3 over dedicated send and receive pairs with a spectral bandwidth of just 31.25 MHz. 1000BASE-T uses PAM-5, twice the bandwidth and bidirectional send/receive over all pairs - but its four-dimensional trellis coded modulation should make it no more sensitive to external noise than 100BASE-TX. In a high-noise ...


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USB 3 HDDs can exceed 200 MB/s which is nearly twice 1G Ethernet speed. Normal flash sticks are far slower though. USB 3.2 tops out at more than 1.5 GB/s, even exceeding 10G Ethernet bandwidth. Further details are off-topic here, I'd recommend testing on your platform. Overhead for network transfer depends on the protocol you're using. Most commonly, ...


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Generally, you cannot repair Cat 5/6/7/8 cabling other than at termination, and only when there enough slack left. You could use a time-domain reflectometer to locate the fault - hopefully at one end -, remove the faulty segment and re-terminate. If you decide to replace the cable, heed Ron's warning and hire a skilled installer. If maximum pull tension or ...


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