Once the cables are installed, you have to make sure they are protected from electromagnetic interference (EMI) or other types of interference that could cause problems with the signal that is traveling through the cable.
There are a few things you should consider when you first install a cable from a handling perspective to minimize negative interference effects:
- Do not overtwist the cable
- Do not pull or stretch the cable
- Pay attention to how and where you use cable ties
- Pay attention to the bend radius; different types of cables allow a . . .
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