A Structured cabling system is a well-arranged cable system within organisations. A properly organised network system provides better performance of your communication system and a strong foundation of networks for organisations.
The Structured cabling system is easy to maintain and upgrade as it consists of smaller units called the ‘subsystems’. There are six subsystems within structured cabling for organisations. These subsystems operate together as a single part of the infrastructure for the smooth functioning of business communication.
Six subsystems of Structured Cabling:
Entrance Facility: It consists of the cables, network demarcation point, connecting hardware, protection devices, and other equipment Here is where the telecom provider’s wiring ends and the company’s internal network begins. It is called the demarcation point.
Equipment Room: It is an environmentally centralized space to store telecom equipment. The cabling from the entrance facility enters the equipment room through a patch panel. It usually consists of the main cross-connect and may also contain the intermediate cross-connects, horizontal cross-connect, or both.
Backbone cabling: It is the actual cabling that connects the network within the organisation. It is either a twisted pair cable or a fiber optic cable. There are two kinds of backbone cabling:
- Backbone cabling between horizontal cross-connects and intermediate cross-connects
- Cabling between the intermediate cross-connect and the main cross-connect
Telecommunications room/enclosure: A telecommunications room or enclosure houses the termination points for your system’s backbone cabling and horizontal cabling, including fiber jumpers or patch cords.
Horizontal cabling: The horizontal cabling connects the telecommunication room to other individual work areas on the premises. The installation of the horizontal cabling is done in the initial stages of building construction. It is made up of an unshielded twisted-pair cable.
Work Area: This is the actual work area where the structured cabling connects to the end user’s device. The different types of equipment like laptops, desktop computers, or any Wi-Fi enabled devices that plug into the wall outlet are in the work area. Work area components are what connect the end-user’s equipment to the outlets in the horizontal cabling subsystem.
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