I know that it's possible to make extension cables for pretty much anything using regular UTP Cable, it's just a matter of matching both ends of the cable and that's it; but by researching a little more into this stuff, I've also learned that some cables are rated to withstand or better transport certain signals, like how much voltage or amps can it carry, or even which frequency ranges it's been made to transport reliably from one end to another, but I'm no expert in electric stuff so I don't know if this matters nor the details for every cable. So the question is, is it possible that I can make a reliable extension for an USB 3.0 cable using regular UTP cable? will I experience some performance issues or something? Thank you.
I am not planning to make extensions of more than 1.5m (~5ft) in length.