Cabling Part 1 : LAN Networks and Cabling Systems

By: Oliviero, AndrewMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Hoboken : Wiley, 2014Edition: 5th edDescription: 1 online resource (728 p.)ISBN: 9781118848289Subject(s): Circuits and Systems | Electronic instruments | Electronic measurement | ElectronicsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Cabling Part 1 : LAN Networks and Cabling SystemsDDC classification: 621.392 LOC classification: TK7885 .O7 2014Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Introduction; Part I: LAN Networks and Cabling Systems; Chapter 1: Introduction to Data Cabling; The Golden Rules of Data Cabling; The Importance of Reliable Cabling; You've Come a Long Way, Baby: The Legacy of Proprietary Cabling Systems; Cabling and the Need for Speed; Cable Design; Data Communications 101; Speed Bumps: What Slows Down Your Data; Types of Crosstalk; External Interference; Propagation Delay; Delay Skew; The Future of Cabling Performance; The Bottom Line; Chapter 2: Cabling Specifications and Standards; Structured Cabling and Standardization
Standards and Specification OrganizationsANSI/TIA-568-C Cabling Standard; ISO/IEC 11801; The Bottom Line; Chapter 3: Choosing the Correct Cabling; Topologies; UTP, Optical Fiber, and Future-Proofing; Network Applications; The Bottom Line; Chapter 4: Cable System and Infrastructure Constraints; Where Do Codes Come From?; The National Electrical Code; Knowing and Following the Codes; The Bottom Line; Chapter 5: Cabling System Components; The Cable; Wall Plates and Connectors; Cabling Pathways; Telecommunications Rooms, Enclosures, and Equipment Rooms; The Bottom Line
Chapter 6: Tools of the TradeBuilding a Cabling Toolkit; Common Cabling Tools; Cable Testing; Cabling Supplies and Tools; Tools That a Smart Data Cable Technician Carries; A Preassembled Kit Could Be It; The Bottom Line; Chapter 7: Copper Cable Media; Types of Copper Cabling; Best Practices for Copper Installation; Copper Cable for Data Applications; Copper Cable for Voice Applications; Testing; The Bottom Line; Chapter 8: Fiber-Optic Media; Introducing Fiber-Optic Transmission; Advantages of Fiber-Optic Cabling; Disadvantages of Fiber-Optic Cabling; Types of Fiber-Optic Cables
Fiber Installation IssuesThe Bottom Line; Chapter 9: Wall Plates; Wall Plate Design and Installation Issues; Fixed-Design Wall Plates; Modular Wall Plates; Biscuit Jacks; The Bottom Line; Chapter 10: Connectors; Twisted-Pair Cable Connectors; Coaxial Cable Connectors; Fiber-Optic Cable Connectors; The Bottom Line; Chapter 11: Network Equipment; Network Connectivity Devices; Workstation Ports; Repeaters and Hubs; Bridges; Switches; Servers; Routers; The Bottom Line; Chapter 12: Wireless Networks; Infrared Transmissions; Advantages of Infrared; Radio Frequency (RF) Systems
Microwave CommunicationsThe Bottom Line; Chapter 13: Cabling System Design and Installation; Elements of a Successful Cabling Installation; Cabling Topologies; Cabling Plant Uses; Choice of Media; Telecommunications Rooms; Cabling Management; Data and Cabling Security; Cabling Installation Procedures; The Bottom Line; Chapter 14: Cable Connector Installation; Twisted-Pair Cable Connector Installation; Coaxial Cable Connector Installation; Fiber-Optic Cable Connector Installation; The Bottom Line; Chapter 15: Cable System Testing and Troubleshooting; Installation Testing
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Summary: With the growing demand for fiber optics in large-scale communications networks, network professionals need complete, up-to-the-minute information. This book constitutes Part 1 of Cabling: The Complete Guide to Copper and Fiber-Optic Networking and focuses on LAN Networks and Cabling Systems, offering comprehensive coverage on current cabling methodologies and is updated to the latest industry standards. Contents include: 1. Introduction to Data Cabling. 2. Cabling Specifications and Standards. 3. Choosing the Correct Cabling. 4. Cable System and Infrastructure Constraints. 5. Cabling Sy
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Introduction; Part I: LAN Networks and Cabling Systems; Chapter 1: Introduction to Data Cabling; The Golden Rules of Data Cabling; The Importance of Reliable Cabling; You've Come a Long Way, Baby: The Legacy of Proprietary Cabling Systems; Cabling and the Need for Speed; Cable Design; Data Communications 101; Speed Bumps: What Slows Down Your Data; Types of Crosstalk; External Interference; Propagation Delay; Delay Skew; The Future of Cabling Performance; The Bottom Line; Chapter 2: Cabling Specifications and Standards; Structured Cabling and Standardization

Standards and Specification OrganizationsANSI/TIA-568-C Cabling Standard; ISO/IEC 11801; The Bottom Line; Chapter 3: Choosing the Correct Cabling; Topologies; UTP, Optical Fiber, and Future-Proofing; Network Applications; The Bottom Line; Chapter 4: Cable System and Infrastructure Constraints; Where Do Codes Come From?; The National Electrical Code; Knowing and Following the Codes; The Bottom Line; Chapter 5: Cabling System Components; The Cable; Wall Plates and Connectors; Cabling Pathways; Telecommunications Rooms, Enclosures, and Equipment Rooms; The Bottom Line

Chapter 6: Tools of the TradeBuilding a Cabling Toolkit; Common Cabling Tools; Cable Testing; Cabling Supplies and Tools; Tools That a Smart Data Cable Technician Carries; A Preassembled Kit Could Be It; The Bottom Line; Chapter 7: Copper Cable Media; Types of Copper Cabling; Best Practices for Copper Installation; Copper Cable for Data Applications; Copper Cable for Voice Applications; Testing; The Bottom Line; Chapter 8: Fiber-Optic Media; Introducing Fiber-Optic Transmission; Advantages of Fiber-Optic Cabling; Disadvantages of Fiber-Optic Cabling; Types of Fiber-Optic Cables

Fiber Installation IssuesThe Bottom Line; Chapter 9: Wall Plates; Wall Plate Design and Installation Issues; Fixed-Design Wall Plates; Modular Wall Plates; Biscuit Jacks; The Bottom Line; Chapter 10: Connectors; Twisted-Pair Cable Connectors; Coaxial Cable Connectors; Fiber-Optic Cable Connectors; The Bottom Line; Chapter 11: Network Equipment; Network Connectivity Devices; Workstation Ports; Repeaters and Hubs; Bridges; Switches; Servers; Routers; The Bottom Line; Chapter 12: Wireless Networks; Infrared Transmissions; Advantages of Infrared; Radio Frequency (RF) Systems

Microwave CommunicationsThe Bottom Line; Chapter 13: Cabling System Design and Installation; Elements of a Successful Cabling Installation; Cabling Topologies; Cabling Plant Uses; Choice of Media; Telecommunications Rooms; Cabling Management; Data and Cabling Security; Cabling Installation Procedures; The Bottom Line; Chapter 14: Cable Connector Installation; Twisted-Pair Cable Connector Installation; Coaxial Cable Connector Installation; Fiber-Optic Cable Connector Installation; The Bottom Line; Chapter 15: Cable System Testing and Troubleshooting; Installation Testing

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With the growing demand for fiber optics in large-scale communications networks, network professionals need complete, up-to-the-minute information. This book constitutes Part 1 of Cabling: The Complete Guide to Copper and Fiber-Optic Networking and focuses on LAN Networks and Cabling Systems, offering comprehensive coverage on current cabling methodologies and is updated to the latest industry standards. Contents include: 1. Introduction to Data Cabling. 2. Cabling Specifications and Standards. 3. Choosing the Correct Cabling. 4. Cable System and Infrastructure Constraints. 5. Cabling Sy

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Andrew Oliviero is Director of Product Line Management of optical fiber products at OFS, a supplier of optical fiber, cable apparatus and specialty products. He is involved in the development of optical fiber cabling standards in TIA, IEC, ISO, and IEEE. He was involved in the development of the ANSI/TIA-568-C standard and held the Chair position of TIA's Fiber Optic LAN Section in 2007. Oliviero holds a B.S.E and Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Massachusetts.

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