RJ45 Keystone Module
RJ45 Keystone Module. RJ is the abbreviation of Registered Jack, which means “registered socket”.
The definition in the FCC (Standards and Regulations of the United States Federation of Communications Commission) is that RJ is an interface describing public telecommunication networks.
RJ-11 and RJ-45 are commonly used. RJ-45 for computer networks is a standard 8-bit module. Common name for the interface. In the past four types, five types, super five types, and six types of wiring, RJ type interfaces are used.
In the seven types of wiring systems, “non-RJ type” interfaces will be allowed. For example, on July 30, 2002, the TERA type seven connectors developed by Simon Company were formally selected as “non-RJ” type seven standard industrial interfaces Standard mode.
The transmission bandwidth of the TERA connector is as high as 1.2GHz, which exceeds the transmission bandwidth of the seven categories of 600MHz currently under development.