Your communication devices are connected by cables and wires. Low voltage communication cables and wires. RG5, RG6, CAT 5, CAT 6 Ethernet cables.
Cable and satellite tv require copper cable of either RG6 or RG59 that run to the receiver, delivering a digital signal that gets de-scrambled and displayed on your screen.
Cable Internet first runs via coax cable to a modem, then to router or computer via CAT5 or faster CAT6 Ethernet cable. This is also called data cable.
Phone lines use a standard telephone cable in your home or business, and the same cable from your wall outlet to the phone set. Wired phones then have a cord to the handset.
Computers use a variety of cables, wires and cords to operate and connect peripherals from external hard drives to monitors. Get your computers connected here.
TV’s, projectors, stereos and other media devices all need to be connected from their source (cable box/receiver) to their display. This is where you can learn more.
Security cameras use RG59 and 18/2 gauge wire or Category 5 data cables to operate. Connect to a DVR to record and monitor events.