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Submarine cables Laying of cables in the oceans of our world is a fascinating business. Real men and women toil long and tedious hours to make this possible. Submarine cables are laid down by using specially modified ships (sometimes even purpose built ships) that carry the submarine cable on board and slowly lay it out on the seabed as per the charts/plans given by the cable operator. The ships can carry with them up to 2,000 kilometers length of cable. Depending on the equipment on-board...

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Benefits of Twisted Pair Cable

Benefits of Twisted Pair Cable The first change I would suggest would be to setup a client/server network in which all 20 computers are connected to the main the computer. In this case, we would add another computer to use as the main workstation and central server so we would actually have 21 computers. We could just connect them all with cat 5 cables since there are only 20 clients but if the company could afford it, I would advise them to go with fiber optic cables to reduce noise and interference...

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The Benefits of Twisted Pair Cable

with a click of the mouse. This makes it easy for the System Administrator to keep all the systems running efficiently. Now let’s talk about the wiring (Dean, 2010). I would suggest switching from the coaxial cable to an unshielded twisted pair preferably Cat 5. This cable is a very inexpensive alternative and has the capabilities of being used on your existing phone systems as well. As far as speed goes you will be losing a little bit of the transfer speed, but it won’t be that noticeable...

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Amtech & Manual Cable Sizing Calculation

Declaration ................................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.   Index .............................................................................................................................. 1   Cable  Sizing ................................................................................................................... 2   Objective ..........................................................................................................

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Coaxial Cable

Introduction Coaxial cable: is an electrical cable consisting of a round conducting wire, surrounded by an insulating spacer, surrounded by a cylindrical conducting sheath, usually surrounded by a final insulating layer. It is used as a high-frequency transmission line to carry a high-frequency or broadband signal. Sometimes DC power (called bias) is added to the signal to supply the equipment at the other end, as in direct broadcast satellite receivers. Because the electromagnetic field carrying...

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Coaxial Cable and Data Transmission Speed

operation over a distance of about 100m. Compare and contrast twisted pair cable, coaxial cable, fiber-optics, and wireless for this application. You should create a table or flow chart which would facilitate choosing between these options depending on circumstances. The table or flow chart should be submitted as part of your document. You may not submit a separate file Unshielded twisted pair Fiber optic Coaxial cable Medium Length Baseband: 10/100/1000mbps (CAT 3/5/5e/6) EMI Wavelength...

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Attenuation Effects on Data Transmitted Through Cable

on Data Transmitted through Cable Abstract Attenuation refers to any reduction in the strength of a signal. Attenuation occurs with digital or analog signals. Attenuation is the end result of signals being transmitted extended distances. Attenuation is usually expressed in units called decibels (dBs). The cable type will determine at what point along the length of the cable signal degradation occurs. Repeaters can be inserted along the length of the cable to boost the signal strength...

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The Benefits of Twisted Pair Cable

| The Benefits of Twisted Pair Cable | Tanga R. Payne | Robert WhaleIntroduction to Networking | | 4/28/2012 | | I just recently conducted an assessment at Ocper, Inc. After consulting with the president of company, it has been established that an upgrade is immensely needed for company’s current and future progress. Currently, the company has 20 Windows peer-to-peer client computers that connected by coaxial cable, in addition to projecting the company’s prospective doubling...

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How to hook up a TV to a cable box

Cable box: Cable box is a electronic device that gets connected with the TV for watching broadcast channels. Parts: Coax Cables, Yellow composite cable, Cable box, Audio cables Operation: Cable box have ability to get or convert any channels from cable company to an analog RF signal to a channel. Instructions: 1. To begin with, first step in setting up cable connection is to connect coax cable from the wall to the cable in port on the cable box. 2. Connect one end of the yellow composite...

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The Benefits of Twisted Pair Cable

The Benefits of Twisted Pair Cable By: James Hawkins Existing Office Network Environment Ocper Incorporated currently has 20 Microsoft/Windows computers connected via a ThinNet Ethernet network in a peer-to-peer client configuration. Ocper Incorporated has plans to increase 100% over the next two years requiring the network to expand as well. Ocper Incorporated currently does not have dedicated IT personnel to maintain the current network environment. Ocper has also indicated a concern...

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