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Cabling Solutions

Fiber Optics Cabling

Fiber optic cables are slowly replacing the traditional copper cables due to its higher data transfer speeds and bandwidth. These cables have a glass or a plastic fiber or fibers running inside a non-conducting plastic tube, which is in-turn placed inside a protective non-conducting tube. The glass fibers carry the light pulses across the cable there-by resulting in high data transfer speeds. Moreover, they have a long run, i.e. they can be used for data transfer across long distances. There are three types of Fiber optic cables– Single mode, multi-mode and Plastic Optical Fiber (POF).

Copper Cables

A copper conducting wire in one or more in number are twisted or braided together, which is used inside a protective non-conducting wire. There are many kinds of copper cables such as the twisted pair cables and the coaxial cables, which are more frequently used during networking. The UTP (Unshielded Twited Pair) cables are poppulary used in the Ethernet LAN connections.

CCTV Systems Cabling

We all know of the CCTV cameras that are taking the world by a storm. Selecting the right cable for the CCTV networking also makes a huge difference, for example if you are looking for a higher band width, the twisted pair Ethernet cable is an ideal choice.

Structured Cabling

Quite often we might have come across the term called structured cabling in the world of IT solutioning. It is basically a huge telecommunications cabling infrastructure, which is more relevant for a building or a campus. It could be providing telephone service or transmitting data across the network. The structured cabing is essentially independent of any devices. Which means unlike the usual practice where the devices are directly connected to the other devices or ports using patch cables, structured cabling is the right opposite. The structured cabling is all about the patch panels and trunks, hardware ports are connected to the patch panel at the top of the rack. The patch panels are then in-turn connected to another patch panels via trunk.

Wireless Networking

Wireless networking is the term we most frequently stumble upon. The most common wireless networks are the mobile phone networks, WLANS (Wireless Local Area networks) etc. It is basically the process with which the devices are connected to each other without the use of cables. They are connected to each other with the help of radio communication. Despite the Wireless connectivity getting all the popularity, the Wi-Fi is not up to the levels of the wired networks yet in terms of the data transfer speeds.