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Registered jack

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A registered jack (RJ) is a standardized[1][2][3] physical network interface — both jack construction and wiring pattern — for connecting telecommunications or data equipment to a service provided by a local exchange carrier or long distance carrier. The standard designs for these connectors and their wiring are named RJ11, RJ14, RJ21, RJ48, etc. Many of these interface standards are commonly used in North America, though some interfaces are used world-wide. The physical connectors that registered jacks use are mainly of the modular connector and 50-pin miniature ribbon connector types. For example, RJ11 uses a 6 position 2 conductor (6P2C) modular plug and jack, while RJ21 uses a 50-pin miniature ribbon connector.
Left to right, modular connectors: eight-contact 8P8C plug (used for RJ45, RJ49, RJ61 and others) six-contact 6P6C plug used for RJ25 four-contact 6P4C plug used for RJ14 (often also used instead of 6P2C for RJ11) four-contact 4P4C handset plug (also popularly, though incorrectly, called "RJ9", "RJ10", or "RJ22") RJ11, RJ14, and RJ25 can be plugged into the same six-pin 6P6C jack, pictured.

1 Naming confusion 2 Twisted pair 3 History and authority 4 International use 5 Registered jack types 5.1 Common types 5.2 List of official registered jacks 5.3 Unofficial plug names 6 RJ11, RJ14, RJ25 wiring details 6.1 Pinouts 6.2 Powered version of RJ11 6.3 Compatibility with structured cabling 7 RJ21 8 RJ45 8.1 Crossover cables 9 RJ48 10 RJ61 11 References and notes 12 See also 13 Further reading 14 External links

Naming confusion

wiring. but if more pins are actually wired. the long cables feeding them in the building wiring and the phone network before them normally consist of twisted pairs of wires. The customer is responsible for jacks. This standard for the eight-pin connector is the USOC-defined pinout. RJ14 or even RJ25. A six-position modular plug with conductors in the middle two positions and the other four positions unused is called a 6P2C. and RJ25 uses all six wires. Two variations known as T568A and T568B overcome this by using adjacent pairs of the outer four pins for the third and fourth pairs. The wired communications provider (telephone company) is responsible for delivery of services to a minimum point of entry (MPOE) (physically a utility box) which connects the telephone/network wiring on the customer's property (customer-premises equipment/CPE) to the communication provider's network. only pertain to the wiring of the jack (hence the name registered jack). it is commonplace but not strictly correct to refer to an unwired plug connector by any of these names. while RJ14 uses a 4-wire configuration. History and authority For more details on this topic. and in general use T568A and T568B patch cables are interchangeable. the next two out the second pair. The intent is to establish a universal standard for wiring and interfaces. though. the interface is no longer an RJ11. the performance differences between the pairs that are assigned to different pins are minimal. The same modular connector type can be used for different registered jack connections.See also: Modular connector#8P8C The registered jack designation describes a wiring pattern and not just the physical geometry of the connectors. Twisted pair See also: Category 5 cable and TIA/EIA-568-B While the plugs are generally used with a flat cable (a notable exception being Ethernet twisted-pair cabling used with the 8P8C modular plug). for example 6P indicate a six-position modular plug or jack. There is much confusion over these connection standards. The six-position plug and jack commonly used for telephone line connections may be used for RJ11. The RJ abbreviations. Modular connectors were a development from the older telephone connectors. which were very bulky or wired directly to the wall and therefore not accommodating of modular systems. In the T568B variant. The connectors could be supplied with more pins. For T568A. inspection of the connector will not necessarily show which registered jack wiring pattern is used. all of which are actually names of interface standards that use this physical connector. the inner four pins are wired identically to those in RJ14. and to separate ownership . RJ11 uses a 6P2C. In connecting cables. different pairs are assigned to different pins. The common nomenclature for modular connectors gives the number of contact positions and the number of wires connected. Strictly. signal shielding was optimised by alternating the live (hot) and earthy (ground) pins of each pair. but the outermost pair are then too far apart to meet the electrical requirements of high-speed LAN protocols. see Interconnection. however. Additionally. The RJ11 standard dictates a 2-wire connection. The original concept was that the centre two pins would be one pair. Registered jacks were created by industry and regulated by the FCC to be the standard interface between a telephone company and a customer. registered jack refers to both the female physical connector (modular connector) and its wiring. so a T568B jack is incompatible with the wiring pattern of RJ14. Wiring conventions were designed to take full advantage of the physical compatibility ensuring that using a smaller plug in a larger socket would pick up complete pairs not a (relatively useless) two half pairs but here again there has been a problem. and so on until the outer pins of an eightpin connector would be the fourth twisted pair. but the term is often used loosely to refer to modular connectors regardless of wiring or gender. and equipment on their side of the MPOE. such as in Ethernet over twisted pair.

1970 by RJ/USOC.[2] by reference to specify the wiring. which delegates the task to the ACTA. international standards are to be preferred over national standards so the modular connector was chosen for IEEE 802.of in-home (or in-office) telephone wiring away from the wiring owned by the telephone company. the Bell System owned the phones and did not allow interconnection of separate phones or other terminal equipment. Instead.3i-1990. In order to be considered. or at times used proprietary Bell System connectors. Title 47 CFR Part 68. they must denote which position(s) of the interface are to be used. Under the rules of the IEEE 802 standards project. the customer. the original 10BASE-T twisted-pair wiring version of Ethernet. which required Bell to allow some interconnection. If there are multiple RJ21 connectors. (USOC).[3] the connector descriptions have been moved to TIA-1096-A. they are numbered sequentially and the customer must advise the communications provider of which one to use. bulkier connectors. Registered jack types . the customer must specify the type of interface required ca. the Administrative Council for Terminal Attachments[3] (ACTA). which were the only standard at the time. Under the Bell System monopoly (following the Communications Act of 1934). USOCs are commonly passed to the communications provider by large businesses for a variety of services. For a multi-line interface such as the RJ21.[2] In January 2001. With the publication of TIA968-B. Phones were generally hardwired. Subpart F[1] superseded by T1. Registered jacks were introduced by the Bell System in the 1970s under a 1976 FCC order ending the use of protective couplers. "Network and Customer Installation Interface Connector Wiring Configuration Catalog".TR5-1999. which culminated in registered jacks. United States [1956] and the FCC's Carterfone [1968] decision. called TIA-968-A.[4] specifies the modular connectors at length. Because there are many standardized interface options available to Bell System proprietary connector. This began to change with the case Hush-A-Phone v. International use The modular jack was chosen as a candidate for ISDN systems. the FCC delegated responsibility for standardizing connections to the telephone network to a new private industry organization. ordered by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and codified in the Code of Federal Regulations.[3] Note that a registered jack name such as RJ11 identifies both the physical connectors and the wiring (pinout) of it (see above). In turn this led to ISO 8877. The ACTA generates its recommendations for terminal attachments from the standards published by the engineering committees of the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA). ACTA and TIA jointly published a standard called TIA/EIA-IS-968[4] which contained the information that was formerly in the CFR.TR5-1999. the connector system had to be defined under international standards. When the US telephone industry was opened to more competition in the 1980s. TIA968-A[4] incorporates a standard called T1. They replaced earlier. The Bell System issued specifications for the modular connectors and their wiring as Universal Service Order Codes. The FCC removed Subpart F from the CFR and added Subpart G. the specifications became US law. The current version of that standard. but not the wiring.

universal 50-pin miniature ribbon 50-pin miniature ribbon 50-pin miniature ribbon 8P8C RJ18C/RJ18W 6P6C RJ21X RJ25C/RJ25W 6P6C RJ26X RJ27X For multiple data lines. (Only 4C are actually used) Similar to RJ31X. The true RJ45(S) jack is rarely used. RJ61 is a similar registered jack for four lines. with continuity circuit. and three line analog telephones made today (2009) are meant to plug into RJ11. or RJ25 jacks. RJ14 is similar. If the plug is disconnected from the jack shorting bars allows the phone circuit to continue to the site phones. RJ14. This is a modular connector wired for one plain old telephone service line (using two wires out of six available positions). RJ31X RJ38X 8P8C .Common types The most familiar registered jack is probably the RJ11. two.[5] Essentially all one. programmed Allows an alarm system to seize the telephone line to make an outgoing call during an alarm. but the name RJ45 commonly refers to any 8P8C modular connector. Jack is placed ahead of all other equipment. and RJ25 is for three lines. The telephone line cord and its plug are more often a true RJ11 with only two conductors. but for two lines. respectively. and is found in most homes and offices in most countries of the world for single-line telephones. 6P4C crimp-on style connector commonly used for RJ11 and RJ14 List of official registered jacks Code RJ2MB Connector 50-pin miniature ribbon Usage 2–12 telephone lines with make-busy arrangement For one telephone line (6P4C if power on second pair) For one telephone line ahead of the key system For one telephone line behind the key system For two telephone lines (6P6C if power on third pair) RJ11C/RJ11W 6P2C RJ12C/RJ12W 6P6C RJ13C/RJ13W 6P4C RJ14C/RJ14W 6P4C RJ15C 3-pin For one telephone line weatherproof For one telephone line with make-busy arrangement For up to 25 lines For three telephone lines For multiple data lines.

and the other two conductors are then unused. keyed For one data line. Since telephone handsets do not connect directly to the public network. Cables sold as RJ11 often actually use 6P4C RJ14 connectors (six position. with programming resistor 8P8C 8P8C 8P8C with shorting bar 8P8C 8P8C 50-pin miniature ribbon For four-wire data line (DSX-1) For four-wire data line (DDS) For four-wire data line (DS1) For ISDN BRI via NT1 For four telephone lines 12 line series connection using 50 pin connector (with bridging adapter) ahead of customer equipment. including Ethernet. 2 or 3 phone lines respectively. (You can plug a cord into an RJ11W as well. four and six respectively) allowing connections for 1. informal designation for T568A/T568B. RJ45: 8P8C. and RJ25 all use the same six-position modular connector. Mostly used for call sequencer equipment. keyed For one data line. RJ22: 4P4C or 4P2C. while RJ11C is a jack designed to have a cord plugged into it. RJ14. RJ25 wiring details All of these registered jacks are described as containing a number of potential contact positions and the actual number of contacts installed within these positions. RJ11 comes in two forms: RJ11W is a jack from which you can hang a wall telephone. thus are physically identical except for the different number of contacts (two.(Only 4C are actually used) RJ41S RJ45S RJ48C RJ48S RJ48X RJ49C RJ61X RJ71C 8P8C. for telephone handsets. but it usually does not look as nice as a cord plugged into an RJ11C. with four wires running to a central junction box. . four conductor). often used for data RJ11. they have no registered jack code whatsoever.) Unofficial plug names These RJ names do not refer to official ACTA RJ types: RJ9. not the same as the true RJ45/RJ45S RJ50: 10P10C. 6P2C and 6P6C can also be found in stores. Two of its six possible contact positions connect tip and ring. RJ11. universal (fixed loop loss and programed) 8P8C. Many of the basic names have suffixes that indicate subtypes: C: flush-mount or surface mount F: flex-mount W: wall-mount L: lamp-mount S: single-line M: multi-line X: complex jack For example. RJ10. RJ14.

6P4C plugs and sockets are typically only used to connect the telephone cable to the phone base unit. whereas the mechanically different TAE plug is used at the other end of the cable. With tone dialing anti-tinkle measures are not required. there are several conflicting conventions for pair 3 (and sometimes even pair 2). low voltage power for a dial light. However. flat DIN 47100 cables typically place the wires in ascending order. When used directly with 6P4C plugs. the pins are numbered 1–6. . black.S. yellow. Bell System colors [a] white German colors [b] violet green white brown yellow slate Australian colors orange red blue white black green white/orange black blue/white white/blue red green orange/white yellow green/white blue ^[a] While the old solid color code was well established for pair 1 and usually pair 2. b2) and may feature non-RJ standard sockets that can be connected „straight“ to TAE plugs.R1 + T1 T2 R1 T1 R2 T3 T2 R1 T1 R2 R3 25-pair color code white/green U. ^[b] This color scheme originates in the (withdrawn) national standard DIN 47100. At least one other vendor of flat 8-conductor cable uses the sequence blue. green. the colors will be garbled. a2. Further. or for 'anti-tinkle' circuitry to prevent pulse dialing phones from ringing the bell on other extensions. Older base units may accommodate the additional connectors of TAE (E. a ground for selective ringers. The scheme shown here is the correct color code for interfacing with the RJ connector standards. 6P6C connector showing the location of pin 1 Position Pair T/R ± RJ11 RJ14 RJ25 1 2 3 4 5 6 3 2 1 1 2 3 T T R T R R + + . brown and white/slate. orange. red. 6-pair solid (old) bellwire cables previously used by the Bell System use white for pair 3 tip but some vendor's cable may substitute orange for white. W. left to right.The conductors other than the two central tip and ring conductors are in practice used for various things such as a second or third phone line. with German domestic telephone equipment (and that in some neighbouring countries). Pinouts Holding the connector in your hand tab side down with the cable opening toward you. The colors shown above were taken from a vendor of "silver satin" flat 8-conductor phone cable that claims to be standard.

(The latter is a genericized trademark. only the necessary pairs for 10/100 Ethernet can be wired allowing 12 Ethernet ports with a single spare pair. Pins 2 and 5 (black and yellow) may carry low voltage AC or DC power.8 or 2. the TIA/EIA-568-B conventions are displacing RJ25 and RJ61 for telephones with more than two lines. the smaller connector can potentially damage the contacts of the larger. Typically. . rendering it unusable. While the phone line itself (tip and ring) supplies enough power for most telephone terminals. old telephone terminals with incandescent lights in them (such as the classic Western Electric Princess and Trimline telephones) need more power than the phone line can supply. and these edges press the contacts of the larger connecter further than if a full-size connector were plugged in. supplying power to all of the jacks in the house. It is also known as a 50-pin telco connector. TIA/EIA-568-B splits the third pair of RJ25 across two separate cable pairs. The same connector (with spring bail locks) is used for SCSI-1 connections. The smaller connector may therefore permanently bend pins 1. Compatibility with structured cabling With the rise of Ethernet local area networks operating over Cat5e and Cat6 unshielded twisted pair cable. the power on Pins 2 and 5 comes from a transformer plugged into a power outlet near one jack. The 8P8C (RJ45) jack used by TIA/EIA-568-B physically accepts the 6-position connector used by RJ11. RJ21 RJ21 is a registered jack standard for a modular connector using 50 conductors. but only RJ11 and RJ14 have full electrical compatibility.Powered version of RJ11 In the powered version. providing a long service life for the incandescent lamps. Although a 4-pin and 6-pin connector will fit into the 8-pin jack. RJ14 and RJ25.3 volts and the transformer output is approximately 5 volts. because the outside edges of the smaller connector press onto the contacts of the larger. which operates at much higher frequencies than analog telephony.7 of the larger connector. This was necessary to preserve the electrical properties of those pairs for Ethernet. RJ21 connectors are used to connect Ethernet ports in bulk from a switch with RJ21 ports to a CAT-5 rated patch panel. or between two patch panels.0 mm further than the contact surfaces. The outside edges of an RJ11/RJ45 typically project out by about 0. usually used to implement a 25-line (or less) telephone connection such as that used in the 1A2 key telephone system. and because they were never very common to begin with. Alternatively. as Amphenol was the largest manufacturer of these at one time. structured cabling networks adhering to TIA/EIA-568-B are widely used for both computer networking and analog telephony. A cable with an RJ21 connector on one end can support 6 fully wired 8P8C connectors or Ethernet ports on a patch panel with 1 spare pair.) Dual RJ21 connectors are often used on punch blocks to make a breakout box for PBX and other key telephone systems. Trimline and Princess phone dial lights are rated at 6. Some computer printers use a shorter 36-pin version known as a Centronics connector. CHAMP(AMP) or an Amphenol connector. Because of this incompatibility. Both the third and fourth pairs of RJ61 are similarly split.5 to 1.

thinner stripe color from {white. which subsumes a color coding convention used in cables of 4 or fewer pairs (8 wires or less) with 8P and 6P connectors. Since the sets are ordered. an orange (color 2 in its set) with a yellow (color 4) is the color scheme for the 4·5 + 2 − 5 = 17th pair of wires. more prominent color is chosen from {blue. follows: connector green. brown. slate}.) A conventional enumeration of wire color pairs then begins blue (& white). violet}. thicker stripe. then the wire is a tip conductor connecting to the pin numbered 25 + the pair #.A cable color scheme. in that order. orange. If the yellow is the more prominent. in that order. green (& white) and brown (& white). which is pin 42 in this case. black. Color White/Blue White/Green White/Brown White/Slate Red/Blue Red/Orange Red/Green Red/Brown Red/Slate Black/Blue Black/Green Black/Brown Black/Slate Yellow/Blue Pin (Tip) Pin (Ring) 26 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 38 39 40 41 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Color Blue/White Orange/White Green/White Brown/White Slate/White Blue/Red Orange/Red Green/Red Brown/Red Slate/Red Blue/Black Orange/Black Green/Black Brown/Black Slate/Black Blue/Yellow Orange/Yellow Green/Yellow Brown/Yellow Slate/Yellow Blue/Violet Orange/Violet Green/Violet Brown/Violet Slate/Violet White/Orange 27 Black/Orange 37 Yellow/Orange 42 Yellow/Green 43 Yellow/Brown 44 Yellow/Slate Violet/Blue Violet/Green Violet/Brown Violet/Slate 45 46 48 49 50 Violet/Orange 47 . (Ring conductors connect to the same pin number as the pair number. in common use. yellow. is determined for 25 pairs of conductors as Female RJ21 [6] For each ring. the primary. and the secondary. red. The tip conductor color scheme uses the same colors as the matching ring but switches the thickness of the primary and secondary colored stripes. orange (& white).

uses a "keyed" variety of the 8P body with an extra tab that prevents it mating with other connectors. Despite the fact that a registered jack simply identifies a form factor rather than a pinout. which specifies the physical male and female connectors as well as the pin assignments of the wires in a telephone cable. RJ48X is a variation of RJ48C that contains shorting blocks in the jack so that a loopback is created for troubleshooting when unplugged by connecting pins 1 and 4. and 2 and 5. RJ48C is commonly used for T1 lines and uses pins 1. Electronics catalogs commonly advertise 8P8C modular connectors as "RJ45". Sometimes this is referred to as a "smart jack". Virtually all electronic equipment which uses an 8P8C connector (or possibly any 8P connector at all) will document it as an "RJ45" connector.RJ45 RJ45 is a registered jack standard for a modular connector using 8 conductors. with all eight conductors present but 8P8C is commonly known as RJ45. with pins 5 and 4 wired for tip and ring of a single telephone line and pins 7 and 8 shorting a programming resistor. RJ45 is only a form factor. RJ48S is typically used for local area data channels/subrate digital services. RJ48 RJ48 is a registered jack. not the standard UTP (unshielded twisted pair) CAT-(1-5). 2. but is obsolete today. RJ48C and RJ48X wiring Pin Pair Signal Color 1 2 3 4 R T RX Ring RX Tip reserved R1 TX Ring Orange/White White/Orange White/Green Blue/White . It uses a keyed variety of the 8P8C modular connector. so the RJ45 designation should never be used to describe a wiring pattern. A similar standard jack once used for modem/data connections. crossover cables are often incorrectly marketed as "RJ45 crossover cables". RJ48 connectors are fastened to STP (shielded twisted pair) cables. the RJ45S. The physical dimensions of the connectors are specified in ANSI/TIA-1096-A and ISO-8877 standards. but of course an installer can wire the jack to any pin-out or use it as part of a generic structured cabling system such as ISO/IEC 15018 or ISO/IEC 11801 using RJ45 patch panels for both phone and data. It uses the 8 position modular connector. 4 and 5. It is used for T1 and ISDN termination and local area data channels/subrate digital services. the visual difference compared to the more common 8P8C is subtle but is a different connector. Crossover cables A router to router crossover cable uses two 8 position connectors and a UTP (Unshielded Twisted Pair) cable with differently wired connectors at each end. and carries one or two lines. The original RJ45S used a special[7][8] keyed 8P2C modular connector. The "RJ45" physical connector is standardised as the IEC 60603-7 8P8C modular connector with different "categories" of performance.

pdf) section 68. T568A and T568B. Note that data twisted pair patch cable used with the three data standards above is not a direct replacement for RJ61 cable. Twisted pair cabling must be used with RJ48.com/FCC47CFRpart68. RJ48. It is one of the Registered Jacks. and uses an eight position. eight conductor (8P8C) modular connector.502 superseded by T1.5 6 7 8 T1 TX Tip reserved shield shield White/Blue Green/White White/Brown Brown/White RJ61 See also: 8P8C and Ethernet over twisted pair RJ61 is a physical interface often used for terminating twisted pair type cables. ^ a b FCC 47 CFR Part 68 (http://www. the RJ61 pinout is falling into disuse. RJ61 specifies the wiring pinout of the connector as follows: RJ61 wiring (USOC) Pin Pair Wire Color 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 4 3 2 1 1 2 3 4 tip tip tip ring tip ring ring ring White/Brown White/Green White/Orange Blue/White White/Blue Orange/White Green/White Brown/White This pinout is for multi-line telephone use only. T568A. either T568A or T568B. because RJ61 pairs 3 and 4 would be split among different patch cable twisted pairs. RJ61 is unsuitable for use with high-speed data. Ethernet over twisted pair (10BASE-T. designated RJ48. because the pins for pairs 3 and 4 are too widely spaced for high signaling frequencies.TR5-1999 . causing cross-talk between voice lines 3 and 4 that might be noticeable for long patch cables. References and notes 1. The T568A and T568B standards are used in place of RJ61 so that a single wiring standard in a facility can be used for both voice and data. 100BASE-TX and 1000BASE-T) also use a different wiring for the same connector. The flat 8-conductor "silver satin" cable traditionally used with 4-line analog telephones and RJ61 jacks is also unsuitable for use with high-speed data. With the advent of structured wiring systems and TIA/EIA-568-B conventions. T1 lines use another wiring for the same connector. and T568B are all designed to keep pins close together for pairs 3 and 4.tscm.

accesscomms. http://books.htm) RJ48C. section 6.hvs.cfm? RID=TIA&INPUT_DOC_NUMBER=TIA-1096) UTP cable termination standards 568A vs 568B (http://www. 6.pdf) documents of FCC (http://www.cfm? RID=TIA&INPUT_DOC_NUMBER=ANSI/TIA-968) documents of FCC (http://www. ^ a b c d ACTA documents (http://www.).part68. Concentrators.org/SecureDocuments/TIA-968-A-Final.htm) .fcc. http://www.atis.ca/modular_jack_wiring. Terry William (2004). Carlsen: On wiring modular telephone connectors (http://www.2 in particular 5.org/) .ablecables. ISBN 0789728176.part68.aspx) 4.ca/telecom/technologies) .php) Registered Jack reference guide (http://www. 84.com/books? id=ZHXeT01OSXcC&pg=PA84.ihs.gov/wcb/iatd/part_68.arcelect.htm) T1 & T3 RJ48 cables (http://www.org/docstore/product. http://www. Siemon. hvs.hvs.com/RJ_Jack_Glossary.com/articles/2008/d13a) Modular jack wiring (http://www. RJ48X (http://www.on.TR5-1999 (http://www.htm) ANSI/TIA-968-B (http://global.com/us/standards/13-24_modular_wiring_reference.google.htm) John R. ^ a b c T1.part68. 7. ^ "Modular Jack Wiring" (http://www.au/568avb.ca/modular_jack_wiring.fcc.part68.org/documents/techdocs/tia-eia-is-968. and Other Network Components" (http://books. Que Publishing. See also Telephone plug Interconnection Modified Modular Jack – A variation used by Digital Equipment Corporation for serial computer connections BS 6312 – British equivalent to RJ25 4P4C – Handset jack 8P8C – Eight position connector used with twisted pair Ethernet as well as RJ45 and RJ61 telephone applications Key telephone system Telco cable Micro ribbon Protea (telephone) South African telephone jack standard Telecommunications Industry Association . "Cables.siemon.com.asp.pdf) or tia-eia-is-968 (http://www.com/us/standards/13-24_modular_wiring_reference. Retrieved 2010-10-14. Connectors. ^ Ogletree. ^ a b c TIA-968-A (http://www.Standards Developing Organization for ACTA Further reading RJ glossary (http://www. ^ See telephone plug for a country-by-country list. Retrieved 2010-10-14. section 6.html) specifications from the Administrative Council for Terminal Attachments (http://www.part68.com/T1_T3_cable_RJ48. ^ "Modular Wiring Reference" (http://www.on.com/RJ48C_and_RJ48S_8_position_jack_.bytepile.com/books?id=ZHXeT01OSXcC&pg=PA84) . 8.ihs.on.asp) .au/reference/RJreference.2 in particular ANSI/TIA-1096-A (http://global.google. p.gov/wcb/iatd/part_68.hvs.com/search_res.2.com.siemon.aspx?id=25297) Network and Customer Installation Interface Connector Wiring Configuration Catalog 3.org/documents.oddgods.htm. RJ48S.org/) .arcelect.com/search_res.html) specifications from the Administrative Council for Terminal Attachments (http://www. Upgrading and Repairing Networks (4 ed.

com/learn/hdi11. additional terms may apply.siemon.hometech. Inc. See Terms of use for details.com/us/standards/1325_common_outlet_configurations.. Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation. and 6-position modified offset tab Common outlet configurations (http://www. 6P6C.org/) Doing your own telephone wiring (http://www.com/us/standards/1324_modular_wiring_reference.wikipedia.asp) graphical representation of twisted pair pinouts External links Administrative Council for Terminal Attachments (http://www.siemon.php?title=Registered_jack&oldid=472312440" Categories: Registered jacks Computer connectors This page was last modified on 20 January 2012 at 19:54. Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License.org/w/index. .wire-your-phones.com/) Connecting a second phone line (http://www.part68. true RJ45 8-position keyed connector.asp) showing differences between 8P8C. a non-profit organization.Modular wiring reference (http://www.html) Retrieved from "http://en.

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