The Cabling Handbook

The Cabling Handbook

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This book is basically everything you need to know about cabling. The installation section is written so that it can be pulled out to be sold on its it we wish. The idea for the book comes from the extensive offerings in the continuing education and distance learning markets and the content follows the courses that currently exist. This book is basically everything you need to know about cabling. The installation section is written so that it can be pulled out to be sold on its it we wish. The idea for the book comes from the extensive offerings in the continuing education and distance learning markets and the content follows the courses that currently exist. This book is basically everything you need to know about cabling. The installation section is written so that it can be pulled out to be sold on its it we wish. The idea for the book comes from the extensive offerings in the continuing education and distance learning markets and the content follows the courses that currently exist.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 452 pages
  • 177.8 x 233.68 x 50.8mm | 1,383.45g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 0130805319
  • 9780130805317

About John R. Vacca

John Vacca, an information technology consultant and author of 23 technology books, is based in Pomeroy, OH. He was previously the Computer Security Official (CSO) for NASA's International Space Station.show more

Table of contents

Part I. Overview of Cabling Technology. 1. Types of Cable and Hardware. 2. Types of Networks. 3. Standards. 4. Types of Vendor and Third-Party Cabling Systems. II. Designing Cabling Systems. 5. Network Design Issues. 6. Cost Justification and Consideration. 7. Standards Design Issues. 8. Architectural Design Considerations. 9. Copper Design Considerations. 10. Fiber Optic Design Considerations. 11. Wireless Design Considerations. III. Planning for High-Speed Cabling Systems. 12. Data Compression. 13. Implementation Plan Development. IV. Installing the Cabling Systems. 14. Testing Techniques. 15. Installation. 16. Certification of System Performance. V. Maintaining Cabling Systems. 17. Ongoing Maintenance. 18. Standards Development. 19. Summary, Conclusions, and Recommendations. Appendixes. Glossary. Index.show more

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