Cabling: The Complete Guide to Network Wiring Online access by David Barnett, David Groth, Jim McBee

By David Barnett, David Groth, Jim McBee

The top-selling ebook on secure and potent cabling, recommended via the digital Technician's organization overseas, has been up-to-date to bring the most up-tp-date and trustworthy info. during this definitive advisor, cable installers, community directors, experts, and technicians get the entire an important cabling details they want, together with installer and troubleshooting assistance and extended assurance on fiber optic cables. A 32-page colour insert deals quickly identity of connectors and cables, in addition to seller info and proposals. on the grounds that right cable utilization is helping construct trustworthy, excessive functionality networks and flawed cable utilization can doom a community, do not fail to see this crucial source.

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Review your local building codes to determine if you must use LS0H cable. Non-LS0H cables will produce corrosive acids if they are exposed to water (such as from a sprinkler system) when burned; such acids may theoretically further endanger equipment. But many opponents of LS0H cable reason that if an area of the building is on fire, the equipment will be damaged by flames before it is damaged by corrosives from a burning cable. Continued on next page 34 Chapter 1 • Introduction to Data Cabling Why, you might ask, would anyone in his or her right mind argue against the installation of LS0H cables everywhere?

The main hindrance to using fiber optics all the way to the desktop in lieu of UTP or ScTP is that the electronics (workstation network-interface cards and hubs) are still significantly more expensive, and the total cost of a full to-the-desktop FO installation is estimated at 50 percent greater than UTP. 4 Dielectric strengthening material A dual fiber-optic cable 19 Outer jacket Cladding Fiber core Protective buffer or coating Two varieties of fiber-optic cable are commonly used in LANs and WANs today: singlemode and multimode.

Fiber-optic cable is much more secure than copper cable because it is extremely difficult to monitor, “eavesdrop,” or tap a fiber cable. 18 NOTE Chapter 1 • Introduction to Data Cabling Fiber-optic cable can easily handle data at speeds above 1Gbps; in fact, it has been demonstrated to handle data rates exceeding 200Gbps! Since the late 1980s, LAN solutions have used fiber-optic cable in some capacity. Recently, a number of ingenious solutions that allow both voice and data to use the same fiber-optic cable have emerged.

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