I was watching the video on dismantling dygma raise and saw that the shielding was removed on the USB C cables between keyboard & neuron was concerned that this may result in some interference. This seems that maybe it is a problem since that is what is described as an intermittent issue in A Keyboard Startup's Worst Nightmare.
So the questions, is an unsheilded USB C cable still being supplied? Or was that changed during the aforementioned investigation. And is it possible to use a standard USB C cable in their place?
I'm wondering because I have a fair number of sources of interference on my desk (power supplies, 120VAC cables, etc). And that I may want to arrange the setup in a manner that the supplied cables may not work.
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It is urgent that PIVX becomes a privacy coin and stop this total BS of "giving people the choice"
It needs to be private by default as the whitepaper pretends it is.
The transparent option needs to be something to change in the settings that nobody will do.
I know some changes are coming but I feel it is not sticking to its white paper currently.
I am waiting for an android light shield wallet & shield on ledger
I trust the PIVX team to make the necessary changes
I don't know if this opinion is perceived as too extreme here or if it's what everybody thinks.
You guys want people to see how much money you have when you make a transaction?
Any networking experts have thoughts on shielded vs unshielded ethernet for networking runs? I’m seeing a lot of information indicating shielded Ethernet required grounding all through (not just at the switch rack, but also at each jacks throughout the house). Seems really impractical for a home situation and I have even read that it is unnecessary for typical home indoor runs, BUT I noticed Starlink provided a shielded patch cable for the router connection. So what was their reasoning for not using an unshielded connector for the router 🤔
Whenever I tag people with missile swarm, it shows a shield break and then unshielded damage, but when I push with it and try and shoot them, they still have all their shield even though the game just told me they were unshielded. Is this a bug or intentional? Because it happens every time
Please forgive my lack of knowledge, I have tried to find resources online but I figure the best way to get this question answered is by asking someone more knowledgeable than I
So I have xfinity wifi with the 600Mbps speeds coming from my modem in my living room and would like to run ethernet into my bedroom for my PC. My PC has a wifi antenna but it limits my speeds to like 90 Mbps, I figured this out by putting my PC in the living room connected via a short ethernet cord and got 700 Mbps.
So now I have a big long cat5e ethernet cord that I put two connectors on to test connection speed loss and I am back down to 90 Mbps, The cable is easily about 100 ft long, I don't need the whole thing, I just wonder:
Should I run this cat5e cord under the carpet and cut it at the length I need and hope the speeds improve or should I purchase a shielded cat6 cable instead?
Some additional info: Currently the wire is all tangled up in itself, not sure if this is an issue, and I do live in an apartment so there are other people nearby and there is a power line outside my door like 20 ft away
TL;DR: got lots of cat5e cord, speeds dropping from 700 to 90 Mbps, not sure if I should stick it out with this cord and cut it shorter or get a better cord, please halp
EDIT: Thank you all so much for all of the replies with helpful suggestions, I really appreciate it.
EDIT 2: THANK YOU ALL SO MUCH FOR YOUR HELP, I found thee issue, it was a bad termination on one end of the cable. I greatly appreciate all of your help and am very grateful for the knowledge I now possess.
I am going to be running cat6a ethernet throughout my home. My question is whether or not it is worth it to use shielded vs. unshielded. The majority of the runs will be interior, however, there will be some exterior runs for security cameras using poe+.
Cell phones gone? Internet out? Cars inoperable? Shit's about to get real.
Should I use shielded or unshielded cables when doing outdoor poe cameras like Unifi G3 flex & G4 bullet?
I do have a generator building that will have a few cameras on it as well
I'm trying to replace an old Clipsal system with KNX in an old house. The Clipsal cable is unshielded whereas KNX is shielded to prevent interference (to my understanding).
Would this become an issue if we use the cable that is unshielded with KNX? Or would you recommend us to change it to a shielded cable?
Any input/direction is greatly appreciated.
Many thanks :)
Besides the obvious being one step closer to a full disable. Y-wing ion auto-turret gets partial ionizations often.
I've really just been doing imperial dogfighting since launch, but now that ranking is fixed I want to do more fleet battles. I've done the campaign in Pilot and am making my way through it in Veteran, but basically I've been switching between shields and weapons and completely ignoring engines, which is fine when I can afford to die a lot and retry, but in multiplayer I don't have that luxury.
Also I've unwisely spent most of my requisition points on my TIEs, so I'll gladly take any recommendations on New Republic must-have equipment.
If it matters: I tend to fly Fighter or Interceptor but would like to be a better support player (but shields). Not hugely interested in bomber since I think the market is a little oversaturated.
Currently the top corners have a little bit of a blue tint after a few months on top of the tv. Is there a way to fix it or is it permanent. At first I thought it was an issue with my VCR’s video output
I'm about to run a dozen or so network drops in my new house for wireless APs and wall plates, and already bought a reel of Monoprice unshielded Cat6A in order to futureproof for 2.5 / 5 / 10Gb networking in the future.
I'm unexpectedly finding myself facing a bit of decision paralysis regarding the best keystones to buy to terminate this stuff. I'd rather not spend $10-15 per keystone for something like Leviton; at the other end of the spectrum, all the Monoprice options (except one) seem to get terrible reviews. On top of that, I'm mostly seeing toolless and shielded options; I guess either would be fine, but I don't need them.
This trueCABLE model seems to be the only decent-looking unshielded punchdown option I can find, but it has no reviews at all, and it's fairly expensive for an all-plastic option. I like that the design appears to make it really easy to reduce the amount of wire that's untwisted.
These Cable Matters shielded keystones seem to be well reviewed and there's an affordable tool to properly crimp them, though a few reviews mention the design has changed and the strain relief isn't as good.
These TRENDnet ones appear to also have good reviews and seem to have the better strain relief the old Cable Matters parts used to have.
I think I'm leaning towards the TRENDnet ones at this point, but I feel like I'm missing another good option — is there something else I should be considering?
Is it possible to use a unshielded cat6 connection to connect the two devices if both devices are powered via power pack? Does it have to be shielded 8G cable? I ran a quick test and everything lights up but once connected to video, the indicator blinks which I believe should be solid if video is passing. I see the blinking amber light on the DM indicating video is passing but no picture displays on the scalar side.
EDIT: will a non 4kz transmitter work with a with a 4KZ RMC room scalar?
For whatever and however reason, the world’s militaries get their hands on a suit of Gen 3 MJOLNIR. Instead of trying to reverse engineer this game changing piece of kit, they decide to put it on a dummy and shoot the shit out of it.
I’ll be skipping cartridges like 9mm and .45 ACP, because I’m reasonably sure that they won’t do anything at all to the plating.
All shots will be aimed at the chest plate.
Round 1–30 round mag dump of 5.56 ball
Round 2–30 round mag dump of 7.62x51 AP
Round 3–10 round mag dump of .50 Beowulf FMJ
Round 4–10 round mag dump of .50 BMG API
Round 5–5 shots of 20mm tungsten rounds
I am going to be implementing quite a bit of Ubiquiti In wall APs that are POE. I am using my unused central vacuum system tubing to wire the Ethernet since it will be easy and clean. I am wondering if I can just use ordinary unshielded stranded patch cables for the drops. I was going to go with these cables. The majority of the drops would be between 30 to 50 feet. I would only have two drops at around 100 feet. I ask for shielded or unshielded since the cables run poe and will be touching each other at certain points. I also was not sure if stranded or solid matter for poe. the central vacuum tubing is smooth and will make it easy to pull the cable but it has some bends that make stranded more ideal for me.