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Network Cables

Network Cables

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Published by: VIKALP KULSHRESTHA on Dec 27, 2009
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Vocational Training Course-2008
Communication is the process of transferring signals from one point to another andthere must be some medium to transfer those signals. In computer networking andespecially in the local area networking, there are certain communication mediums.This section provides the basic overview of the network cables, lan communicationsystem and other transmission mediums in LAN and WAN. Today manystandardized communication cables and communication devices are in use theaccording to the needs of a computer network. LAN data communication systemsthere are different types of cables are used.The most common types of the LAN cables are the Ethernet UTP/STP cables. AnEthernet cable is a twisted pair cable that is consist of eight cables that are pairedtogether to make four pairs.A RJ-45 connector is joined with both ends of the cables and one end of theconnector is connected with the LAN card of the computer and the other end of thecable is connected with the hub or switch. Cable testers are used to test theperformance of each cable. The preferable cable in the Ethernet networking is the100baseT, which provides the best communication speed. UTP/STP is a standardizecable in which data is transferred which provides the transmission speed of 10/100mbps.The most commonly used cable in the star topology is the UTP/STP cable. UTP/STPcables are same in functionality only a slight difference is that an extra protectivesilver coated layer surrounds the cable. UPT/STP cables are further divided intostraight over and cross over cables. The most common use of the UTP/STP cablesis the serial transmission, Ethernet, ISDN, fixed and modular interfaces in the WANnetworking. Straight over cables are used to connect the computer with the hub or switch and a cross over cable is used to connect the hub with a hub or with a switch.In the cross over cables, first and third cables and crossed with the second and sixthcable. There is another type of the cable, which is coaxial cable that is used in thebus topology. All the computers in the bus topology are connected with the samecoaxial cable thus forms the shape of a linear bus. If any portion of the cable isdamaged, then the whole cable becomes useless. Another common use of thecoaxial cable is in the cable TV network. An outer protective covering providesinsulation between the inner copper wire and the outer twisted metal field.
AIR GWALIOR C.P.Harikumar-2008

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