patch cord

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patch cord

[′pach ‚kȯrd]
(electricity)
A cord equipped with plugs at each end, used to connect two jacks on a patch board.

patch cord

A specific length of cable terminated at each end with a plug. Patch cords typically range from three to 50 feet, although shorter and longer lengths are also available. Any cable (telephone, audio, video, Ethernet, etc.) with connectors on both ends is a patch cord. See patch panel and pigtail.


An Ethernet Patch Cord
Patch cords come in all sizes from one to 100 feet.
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