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Category 3

A category of microorganisms delineated by the UK’s Advisory Committee on Dangerous Pathogens which corresponds to Hazard Group (Biohazard Level) 3 organisms—e.g., HBV, HCV, HIV, Salmonella typhi, Salmonella paratyphi, Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Brucella, Creutzfeldt-Jakob agent. The ACDP defines this group as biological agents that can cause severe human disease and present a serious hazard to employees. An ACDP Category 3 agent may present a risk of spreading to the community, but effective prophylaxis or treatment may be available.
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6679(a), failure to file Form 5471 and Schedule N by a Category 1 filer or Form 5471 and Schedule O by a Category 3 filer may result in a $1,000 penalty per reportable transaction.
6038B(c)(1), Category 3 filers who fail to properly report a contribution to a foreign partnership are subject to a penalty of 10% of the property's fair market value (FMV).
The audit, however, might result in such sites, generally considered Category 3, the lowest priority, going completely unmonitored.
Recent surveys of customers' wiring installations have found that a high percentage have only Category 3 wiring available, and even those with Category 5 wiring in the walls are using connectors, patch panels, and installation techniques that cause the wiring "system" to operate below Category 5 standards.
Based on the high percentage of sites using Category 3 and 4 wiring, it is clear that the ability to support Category 3 wiring is a key factor in reaching all potential Fast Ethernet users.
In addition, sites with a mixture of Category 3 and Category 5 wiring will want to implement the 100BASE-T4 standard throughout the network to minimize the support burden of installing two different types of adapter cards and repeaters in the network.