Structured cabling provides the critical backbone of a communication system. AFL understands the complex issues involved in planning, installing and maintaining network communication systems. With our expertise and experience, AFL provides our customers with the commitment that the telecommunications infrastructure, no matter how complex, will be designed, constructed and installed to meet current and future requirements. What is structured cabling? Structured cabling is defined as building or campus telecommunications cabling infrastructure. Typically, it consists of a number of standardized smaller elements. In a structured cabling system, there is a structure created by a series of patch panels and trunks. It allows for a connection from hardware ports to a patch panel at the top of the rack. Then, that patch panel is connected to another patch panel through a trunk in the MDA. And the MDA (Main Distribution Area) is the main aspect of structured cabling. It provides a place for all the MAC’s (Moves, Adds, and Changes) to be made with short length patch cords.
Entrance facility includes the network demarcation point, cables, protection devices, connecting hardware, and other devices that connect with the on-premises cabling at the customer premises.
The equipment room is a centralized location to house equipment and wiring consolidation points. It usually serves users inside the building or campus.
Telecommunications room or enclosure
Telecommunications room or enclosure should be an enclosed area. It is designed to house telecommunications equipment, cable terminations, cross-connects and distribution frames. Generally,
The horizontal cabling refers to the cabling between telecommunications information outlet in the work area and the horizontal cross-connect in the telecommunications room (TR) or