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Chapter 3 – Overview of wiring installations
1. What mandatory standards establishes safety standards for installation fo cable?
@EIA/TIA 568 Standards
2. What must you keep copper signal cables away fram?
@Power cables; flourescent lights; electric motors; and other sources of electro magnetic interference 3. What are the most common pieces of telecom equipment? @Telephone; punchdown blocks; wall jacks and connection modules; equipment racks & central consoles
4. What kinds of CCTV equipment might you be mounting? @Camera and mountings, monitors, equipment, antennas, satellite receivers
5. List seven components of computer networks.
1. personal computers
2. computer cards
3. minicomputers and small mainframes,
4. hubs, multiplexers, routers
5. peripheral devices,
6. large central units,
7. software
6. When wiring telecom projects, what is more important than getting the job done on time and to get paid?
@Getting the job done right.
7. What is the bottom line in installation quality? @Signal quality and strength from one end of the network to the other
Chapter 4 –Structured cabling
1. What type of copper cable has become the standards in the LAN marketplace?
@UTP
2. List the issues that standards must address.
1. component standard
2. network standard
3. installation standard
4. standard test methods
5. good caliberation standards
3. What is the most quoted standard in communication cabling?
@EIA/TIA 568
4. What are, in most locales, the mandatory standards for cabling?
@Only NEC (National Electrical Code) for flammability and grounding and FCC rules on the emission of interfering signals are legally required 5. Who developed the 568 standards
(manufacturers or users)?
@Manufacturers, who cooperated to ensure interoperability of their respective products
6. Name the three locations where the switches, hubs, and other networking equipment are located. 1. MCC (main…...

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