Network Cabling Design Skills | Commercial Buildings

Standards-compliant guidelines for structured cabling system designers and network administrators

Welcome to Network Cabling Design Skills | Commercial Buildings … where we take a focused look at standards-based design for building and campus network cabling.

What you’ll learn

  • Structured cabling and networking standards relevant to a network cabling designer.
  • Generic structured cabling system designs for buildings and campuses.
  • Terminology and recommendations for structured cabling spaces within commercial buildings.
  • Pathway options for cable routing within a building and between multiple buildings on a campus.
  • Guidelines and components for telecommunications grounding within buildings.
  • Standards-based design options and installation guidelines for balanced twisted-pair copper cabling systems.
  • Standards-based design options and installation guidelines for optical fiber cabling systems.
  • Recommendations for tracking and labeling cabling infrastructure in commercial buildings and multi-building campuses.

Course Content

  • Network Cabling Design Skills | Commercial Buildings –> 9 lectures • 2hr 18min.

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Welcome to Network Cabling Design Skills | Commercial Buildings … where we take a focused look at standards-based design for building and campus network cabling.

Network cabling is more than copper or optical fiber cables and connectors – it also includes the telecommunications spaces, the cabling pathways, grounding, installation, and administration – all are necessary to ensure uninterrupted operations of the many wired and wireless network devices within a building.

Structured cabling design can provide a single connectivity infrastructure that facilitates the installation, operations, and maintenance of all types of networks serving a single commercial building or a multi-building campus – voice, data, security, audio/video, and building automation.

A well-designed cabling system is a critical component of reliable day-to-day network operations and minimally-disruptive future upgrades within modern intelligent or smart buildings.

This course is intended to give structured cabling system designers and network administrators a detailed overview of standards-based guidelines and recommendations for balanced twisted-pair and optical fiber network cabling design.

We know that your time is valuable. Our objective is to provide you with the maximum amount of information in a minimum amount of time, so we have tightly scripted each of the lectures. We hope you find the contents useful and interesting.

 

Cory and Steve

 

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