On 2008-10-17, Doug McIntyre <merlyn@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>Wikipedia says that it's commonly referred to as an RJ9, RJ10, or RJ22,
>>but it also says that those names are incorrect.
> The most correct name for the handset connector is a 4p4c modular plug/jack.
> Just like a phone line connector is a 6p2c modular jack (or 6p4c sometimes).
> And an Ethernet jack is an 8p8c modular jack.
> ie. x position, y connector.
I've seen 10way connectors the same width as 8 way ethernet ones ones (the three
I've seen were on bar-code reader cables)
would that be 8P10C or is there a special designation for under-width