I know similar questions have been asked before (Maximum cable length for 3.3V UART signals) but I would like to know the answer more specifically for a hobbyist.
I've been experimenting connecting various devices to an Arduino via I2C, UART and 1-wire. I have an adapter the goes form pins to RJ45, so I'm using them on both ends. I keep getting data errors when I use certain Ethernet cables, mostly in lengths over 10 feet. While I understand in principal the signal loss due to interference and resistance. I'm finding little information on how to quantify or overcome it.
I'm trying to figure out a way to boost the signal or utilize the Ethernet cable in a different way so that the lengths of cable can be longer.