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Figure 2: GIS Configuration Options
Removable Storage
Network Infrastructure
Data Considerations
GIS in Initial Telecommunications Assessments
Mapping Existing Infrastructure
Identifying Demand
Mapping Block-Level Population Densities
Figure 3: Example Population Density Map
Figure 5: Census Blocks classification method
Figure 6: Definition Query for Montgomery County
Case Study: Methodology for Creating Business Point Maps
Figure 7: Example Business Point Map for Central Accomack County
Figure 8: Multiple Attributes Symbology (colors)
Figure 9: Multiple Attributes Symbology (dot size)
Using Parcel Data to Classify Structures
Figure 10: Spatial Join in ArcMap
Figure 12: The Completed Classified Buildings Map
GIS in Fiber-Optic Network Design
Designing a Fiber-Optic Geodatabase
Background: Design Considerations for Fiber-Optic Networks
Building the Database Structure
Figure 14: Creating a New Personal Geodatabase
Figure 15: Setting a spatial reference for a feature dataset
Defining the Information to be Stored
Figure 16: Creating a New Feature Class
Figure 17: Adding fields to a new feature class
Subtypes and Attribute Domains
Figure 18: Creating subtypes for the Network Nodes feature class
Figure 19: Assigning coded values to the Fiber Type Domain
Figure 20: Binding a field to an attribute domain
Geometric Networks
Figure 21: Create a new geometric network
Figure 22: Summary of input for network build wizard
Figure 23: Defining Connectivity Rules
Automation of Attribute Maintenance
Figure 24: ArcMap Visual Basic Editor
Figure 25: Creating a Simple Userform in VBA to launch ArcObjects modules
Figure 26: VBA UserForm as it appears in ArcMap
Editing a Fiber-Optic Geodatabase
General Procedure for Creating and Editing Geodatabase Features:
Defining the Snapping Environment
Figure 27: Setting the Snapping Environment
Defining the Selectable Layers
Figure 28: Setting the Selectable Layers
Creating New Fiber Features
Figure 29: Defining the Edit Task
Figure 30: Setting the Edit Target Layer and Subtype
Figure 31: Editing the Attributes of a junction feature class
Using the Trace Tool
Figure 32: Selecting an area in which to trace features
Figure 33: Using the Trace Tool
Figure 34: Setting the attributes for a run of fiber
Using the Geodatabase for Cost Estimation
Figure 35: A new database query in Microsoft Excel
Figure 36: Query Wizard - Choose Columns
Figure 37: Excel - Import Data Results
Figure 38: Excel - Converting feet to miles
Figure 39: Calculating Fiber Cost
Suggestions for Further Reading
Appendix A: ArcObjects Code Samples
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