Structured Cabling, Testing & Commissioning

LAN and Wireless LAN Design

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Structured Cabling, Testing & Commissioning

Supply, installation, testing and commissioning of IT network, fiber optic cables and accessories for structured cabling works. Transmission performance of structured cabling varies with length, connecting hardware, cords and total number of connections. The installer must take care to properly install the cabling components. To ensure that the installed structured cabling solution meets or exceeds the required performance it must be ‘tested’ or ‘certified’.

Copper cabling shall be tested and certified after installation as follows and as required for cable manufacturer’s warranty. Twisted-pair copper cable channels shall be tested for continuity as specified below, presence of ac/dc voltage, and performance. All cabling shall be tested for conformance to horizontal cable specifications as outlined herein, and shall be tested according to test set manufacturer’s instructions utilizing latest firmware and software. Testing shall include all of electrical parameters as specified under Product. All cables and termination hardware shall be 100 percent tested by installation contractor for defects in installation and to verify cable performance under installed conditions. All conductors of each installed cable shall be verified useable by Contractor prior to system acceptance. All cables shall be tested according to contract documents, manufacturer’s warranty provisions, and best industry practices. If any of these are in conflict, Contractor shall comply with most stringent requirements. All defects in cabling system installation shall be repaired or replaced in order to ensure 100 percent useable conductors in all cables installed, at no additional cost to Owner.

 

LAN and Wireless LAN Design

■How does a hierarchical network support the voice, video, and data needs of a small- or medium-sized business?

■What are the functions of each of the three layers of the hierarchical network design model?

■What are common examples of the effect of voice and video over IP on network design?

■What devices are recommended at each layer of the hierarchical design model?

■How are switches and routers lines best positioned in the hierarchical design model?

 

OUR ENGINEERS

Our team has hogh level of networking engineering certification from microsoft MCSE and Cisco CCIE.

Structured Cabling, Testing & Commissioning

Structured Cabling, Testing & Commissioning

Supply, installation, testing and commissioning of IT network, fiber optic cables and accessories for structured cabling works. Transmission performance of structured cabling varies with length, connecting hardware, cords and total number of connections. The installer must take care to properly install the cabling components. To ensure that the installed structured cabling solution meets or exceeds the required performance it must be ‘tested’ or ‘certified’.

Copper cabling shall be tested and certified after installation as follows and as required for cable manufacturer’s warranty. Twisted-pair copper cable channels shall be tested for continuity as specified below, presence of ac/dc voltage, and performance. All cabling shall be tested for conformance to horizontal cable specifications as outlined herein, and shall be tested according to test set manufacturer’s instructions utilizing latest firmware and software. Testing shall include all of electrical parameters as specified under Product. All cables and termination hardware shall be 100 percent tested by installation contractor for defects in installation and to verify cable performance under installed conditions. All conductors of each installed cable shall be verified useable by Contractor prior to system acceptance. All cables shall be tested according to contract documents, manufacturer’s warranty provisions, and best industry practices. If any of these are in conflict, Contractor shall comply with most stringent requirements. All defects in cabling system installation shall be repaired or replaced in order to ensure 100 percent useable conductors in all cables installed, at no additional cost to Owner.

 

LAN and Wireless LAN Design

LAN and Wireless LAN Design

■How does a hierarchical network support the voice, video, and data needs of a small- or medium-sized business?

■What are the functions of each of the three layers of the hierarchical network design model?

■What are common examples of the effect of voice and video over IP on network design?

■What devices are recommended at each layer of the hierarchical design model?

■How are switches and routers lines best positioned in the hierarchical design model?

 

OUR ENGINEERS

OUR ENGINEERS

Our team has hogh level of networking engineering certification from microsoft MCSE and Cisco CCIE.