paired cable

paired cable

[′perd ′kā·bəl]
(electricity)
Cable in which the single conductors are twisted together in groups of two, none of which is arranged with others to form quads.
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Paired cable is made up of four color-coded pairs of wires and is used in new construction because the pairs are twisted together, reducing background noise between the lines, especially important with noisy modems.
The GIGA-TX technology preserves the twist in paired cables within the jack and plug, providing a precisely tuned jack and plug interface.