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Difference between RJ45 and RJ11.
RJ stands for Registered Jack and is standardised network interface to connect voice and data communication equipments.
RJ45 is new, modular, self-secured and compact. It uses 8 pin connectors to connect ethernet connectors and connect ethernet cables to different electronic devices.
RJ11 is used in conventional PSTN telephone networks. It uses 4 pin connectors to terminate the telephone wires. RJ11 is a common connector to plug a telephone into wall and handset into telephone.
Following are the important differences between RJ45 and RJ11.
|1||Usage||RJ45 is used with ethernet cables.||RJ11 is used with telephone cables.|
|2||Size||RJ45 is larger in size.||RJ11 is comparatively smaller in size.|
|3||Supported Bandwidth||Bandwidth upto 10 Gbps over ethernet is supported.||Bandwidth upto 24 Mbps is supported.|
|4||Connected wires||RJ45 connects 8 wires.||RJ11 connects 4 wires.|
|5||Connector||RJ45 is 8P8C connector.||RJ11 is 6P4C connector.|
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