What you would learn in Network Cabling Design Skills | Commercial Buildings course?
Welcoming you here to the Network Cabling Design Skills Commercial buildings ...where we focus on the design of building networks and campus cabling networks.
Network cabling goes beyond optical fiber or copper cables and connectors. It also covers telecommunications areas, cabling paths, grounding installation, and administration. All are essential to ensure the uninterrupted operation of the various wireless and wired networks in a structure.
Structured cabling design provides an all-in-one connectivity infrastructure that enables the creation, operation, and maintenance of any networks that serve the needs of a single commercial structure or campus with multiple buildings, including voice, data security, audio/video with building automation.
A properly-designed cabling system is an essential element of stable day-to-day network operations and the least disruptive future upgrades in modern smart or intelligent structures.
This course will provide structured cabling system administrators and system designers a comprehensive overview of the standards-based guidelines as well as recommendations for balanced twisted-pair as well as optical fiber networks cabling.
We are aware that time is valuable. We aim to offer you the most comprehensive information within a short amount of time. That's why we've carefully scripted each of the lessons. We hope that you will find them valuable and informative.
Network cabling standards and structured cabling pertinent to network cabling designers
Designs for structured cabling systems that are generic for campuses and buildings
Guidelines and terminologies for structured areas for cabling in commercial structures
Options to route cables within the building as well as between buildings on campus
Guidelines and equipment for grounding of telecommunications in structures
Design options based on standards and guidelines for installation of balanced twisted-pair copper cabling systems
Standard-based design along with installation recommendations for optical fiber cabling systems.
Recommendations on monitoring and labeling the cables in multi-buildings and commercial campuses