Indoor Fiber Optic Cable



Easy Trick for Separating and Untwisted UTP Pairs

Michael Accetta

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On August 1st In Tools,Wire and Cable
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For the longest time, the common method for preparing a Cat5e/6 cable for termination has been to separate about two inches of the end of the outside jacket to expose the UTP pairs and begin untwisting the four individual pairs by hand. The piece of the jacket that was removed is typically discarded. What if […]

Using a Zonal Approach to Boost Cell Signal in Large Spaces

Todd Fariss

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On May 4th In Audio/Video,Communications
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Some 95 percent of Americans own a cell phone, and no matter where they are — from their own home to a huge sports arena — they expect to be connected. Still, managers and tenants of the largest spaces are reluctant to invest in solutions to improve poor cell signal, largely based on cost. If […]

Indoor/Outdoor Rated Fiber Reduces Installation Costs

Michael Accetta

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On January 18th In Wire and Cable
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  As IP Security applications and other technology continues to demand increased bandwidth to manage large amounts of data, we have seen a rise in the use of fiber optic cables in between buildings as well as within structures. While many fiber cables on the market are ruggedized for outdoor installations, whether overhead, direct burial […]