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Téra
Téra is located in Niger
Téra
Location in Niger
Coordinates: 14°00′38″N 0°45′11″E / 14.01056°N 0.75306°E / 14.01056; 0.75306
Country Flag of Niger.svg Niger
Region Tillabéri Region
Department Téra Department
Elevation 227 m (748 ft)
Population (2001)
 - Total 19,508

Téra is a town in the Tillabéri Region, Tera Department of Niger. It is situated 175 km north-west of the capital Niamey, close to the border with Burkina Faso. it is mainly inhabited by Sonhgai, Fulani, Gourmantche and Buzu ethnic groups. The majority of the population are farmers. Every Thursday marks the market day at Tera. Animals, mainly Cattle, goats, sheep and domestic birds are traded by farmers from all corners of the Department.

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For other meanings, see tera.

TERA is a shielded twisted pair connector for use with Category 7 twisted-pair data cables, developed by The Siemon Company and standardized in 2003 by IEC 61076-3-104. The latest revision of the standard (published in 2006) has extended the characterized performance up to 1000 MHz. The connector has a different footprint from the more common 8P8C connector style, often incorrectly referred to as "RJ-45".

TERA is also the standard interface for broadcast communications technology (BCT) in SOHO (Small Office Home Office). This connector allows for cable sharing, permitting users to integrate video, voice and data services over a single cabling link.

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  • International standard IEC 61076-3-104 Ed.2: Connectors for electronic equipment — Part 3-104: Rectangular connectors — Detail specification for 8-way, shielded free and fixed connectors for data transmissions with frequencies up to 1000 MHz. International Electrotechnical Commission, July 2006.

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