Data & Voice Cabling

Welcome To FineTech, Data & Voice Cabling is the wiring of a building which enables basic telecommunications systems including land-based phone lines, modems, or analog lines. These copper or fiber cables carry data across long distances and are increasingly designed to transmit greater amounts of data at higher speeds.

Types

There are several types of Data & Voice Cabling, and newer varieties have been developed in recent years to comply with national and global communication technology standards.

  • Category 1 cabling was a common type of land-line cable that is no longer recognized by the Telecommunication Industry Association. It was used for basic telephone communication and doorbell wiring.
  • Category 3 cable is a copper, unshielded twisted pair cable created to transmit up to 10 mb of data per second, and is the current Data & Voice Cabling standard.
  • Category 5 cabling is another commonly used unshielded twisted pair cable designed for high signal reception that allows for far-end communication.

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Data & Voice Cabling

Data & Voice Cabling is the wiring of a building which enables basic telecommunications systems including land-based phone lines, modems, or analog lines. These copper or fiber cables carry data across long distances and are increasingly designed to transmit greater amounts of data at higher speeds.

CCTV

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Wireless Modems

Wireless network refers to any type of computer network that utilizes some form of wireless network connection. It is a method by which homes, telecommunications networks and enterprise (business) installations avoid the costly process of introducing cables into a building