Telecommunications cabling installation

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McGraw-Hill, Feb 20, 2001 - Computers - 607 pages
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THE MOST USEFUL TOOL A CABLING INSTALLER CAN HAVE

BICSI'S TELECOMMUNICATIONS CABLING INSTALLATION

tested procedures and training for a booming industry

Integrating and delivering voice, data, and video is big business. Telecommunications networking and installation is expected to grow well beyond the $4.2 billion mark. There's an acute need for trained and qualified cable installers NOW.

That's why industry leaders McGraw-Hill and BICSI have joined forces to provide the most reliable cable installation training manual available. Based on BICSI's proven and internationally respected cabling installation guide, this manual provides the depth and breadth of coverage you'd expect when industry leaders join forces.

the clearest, most complete guide to the ins and outs of installing cable

Renowned for careful research, precise writing, and an easy-to-understand format, BICSI's Telecommunications Cabling Installation is a hands-on guide and overview of the installation procedures that ensure that complex telecom cabling systems work properly and efficiently.

THE BICSI MANUAL'S EASY-TO-USE FORMAT--
* Presents a standards-based industry orientation
* Breaks each task into bulleted steps
* Provides to-the-point overviews of each task's place in "the big picture"
* Focuses on pathways, spaces, associated hardware, and structured cabling systems to enable channel/link testing within buildings
* Gives guidelines for installing supporting structures, pulling cable, firestopping, grounding, terminating, splicing, connecting, testing, troubleshooting, retrofitting, safety, and transmission
* Covers LANs, twisted pair, fiber, Gigabit Ethernet --every system installersneed to know
* Helps reduce errors with handy checklists
* Is an excellent reference for anyone needing clear cable installation guidelines, parameters, codes, terms, and acronyms
* Has been field-tested by tens of thousands of technicians in 85 countries

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Contents

lndustry Orientation
1
Backbone Cables
14
Standards and Codes
28
Copyright

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BICSI is a not-for-profit telecommunications association dedicated to enhancing quality services and methods worldwide.

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