Ethernet (wired Internet in homes and offices) is the way to go. Using shielded Ethernet is very important to reduce electric fields and also increase signal quality. Cables from the store are often unshielded. That's why we carry Cat6
shielded and even newer Cat7
shielded Ethernet cables.
However - there is also an EMF problem with shielded cables. That is that "ground loops" can be created. Ground loops can create signals that are biologically active and potentially harmful. Some people are more sensitive than others. Ground loops occur when a grounded object is grounded at both ends. With Ethernet this can occur when, for example, you plug a shielded Ethernet cable into a desktop computer (which is grounded) and then the other end goes into a metal router which is hooked to a cable modem that is also grounded. The cable can be grounded at both ends - and this can create REAL problems.
Ground loops contains buzzy, seemingly random and biologically incoherent and incompatible frequencies/signals. They can be powerful and need to be avoided.
- Between cable modems and routers
- Plugged-into the router or switch where computers and TVs are plugged-in
- Anywhere ground-loops are present and need to be eliminated
- Cat6A 500 Mhz
- Shielded STP cable
- Fully shielded with small shield isolation
- Straight-through wiring (technical term for IT professionals)