Register now for free ‘Copper 2 – Certification Basics’ Webinar

If you attended our TREND Networks webinar on copper cable verification in February, you won’t want to miss our next session. This time, we’ll be looking at the basics of copper cable certification in a free to attend webinar in May 2022.

Join us for a webinar that will cover a range of topics related to copper cable testing, including how to identify cable certification standards, the explanation of the measured values and their impact on the Data transmission. It will also discuss the topic of Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR).

Our team of experts will guide you in your choice of English, German, Spanish, or French.

Register for the webinar in your preferred language now:

English – May 24th – 11:00 AM CEST / 09:00 AM GMT / 05:00 AM EST / 02:00 AM PT

Spanish – May 24th – 04:00 PM CEST / 02:00 PM GMT / 09:00 AM EST / 06:00 AM PT

German – May 17th – 09:00 AM CEST / 07:00 AM GMT / 03:00 AM EST / 00:00 AM PT

French – May 17th – 04:00 PM CEST / 02:00 PM GMT / 09:00 AM EST / 06:00 AM PT

Why do you need to know about certifying copper cable?

Copper cable certification is essential for ensuring the safety, reliability, and performance of copper cabling in various applications, such as data centres, telecommunication networks, and other critical infrastructure. The webinar will delve into the Standards of cable certification – namely, choosing the right Class, Link Model and Link Type for the test, as well as how to identify the “Max” measurement.

We will also cover the values of cable certification: IL (Insertion Loss), RL (Return Loss), NEXT (Near-End Crosstalk), Resistance and Calculated Values.

Additional values will be explained in detail during the webinar, including TCL (Transverse Conversion Loss) and DCRU (Direct Current Resistance Unbalance). TCL evaluates the level of twisting symmetry between the wires in a cabling pair and is a critical parameter for verifying the cable’s EMI immunity. DCRU is the measurement that is performed on the cabling after installation to test for differences in DC resistance and, helps to avoid issues in the Transmission of PoE.

By the end of the webinar, you will have a solid understanding of copper cable certification and how to guarantee installation has been done correctly and meets TIA or ISO standards.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from the experts at TREND Networks about copper cable certification. Register for the webinar today and take this vital step towards ensuring your network is running at its best!