Design, install and maintain from fibre optic cabling to copper cabling networks.
Structured cabling solutions.
Installing data cabling is one of the most important infrastructure installations that your business will undertake so it’s vital to get it right.
We can design, install and certify your network to ensure it’s capable of doing what you pay for it to do.
Networks aren’t just for your computers, it now commonly runs Telemetry, Wireless Access Points, CCTV, Data and much more. We can help you to decide what you need and provide it at the most competitive rate.
What is Structured Cabling?
Structured cabling is the design and installation of a cabling system that will support multiple hardware uses and be suitable for today’s needs and those of the future. With a correctly installed system, current and future requirements can be met, and hardware that is added in the future will be supported.
Why is Structured Cabling important?
It plays an important role in dealing with the complicated and specific cabling.
As a data transmission system, structured cabling supports data, multiple voices, video, and various management systems such as security access and energy system
What Moore Broadband Solutions offer.
Installing data cabling is one of the most important infrastructure installations that your business will undertake so it is vital to get it right. We can design, install, and certify your network to ensure it’s capable of doing what you pay for it to do. We use Ekahau software to validate, troubleshoot and optimize the network.
What cable to use?
There are many Ethernet cables, with the commonly used network cables being Cat 5, Cat 5e, Cat 6, Cat 6a, Cat7. All have different levels of performance, and therefore it is necessary to select the right cable for the right application.
There are several different varieties of Ethernet cable that can be obtained: speed variations, crossover cables, etc.
At Moore Broadband Solutions we have engineers with over 25 years’ experience dealing with cables and know all the different requirements over each cable and where they should and shouldn’t be used .
What are Fibre Optic Cables?
Fibre-optic cable consists of one or more thin flexible fibres (slightly thicker than a single hair strand) with a glass core through which light signals can be sent with very little loss of strength.
Different Fibre Optic Cables?
There are two primary types of fibre cables. Multi-mode and single mode. Multi-mode optical fibre cables use LEDs. Single mode fibre uses extremely thin glass strands and a laser to generate light. Multi-mode is used for shorter distances and single mode is used for longer distances.
Single mode generally has a smaller core (internal hole through the cable), that one mode or ray of light is transmitted, and therefore there is little reflection created and loss of light, which in turn creates the ability for the signal to travel further.
Multi-mode has a larger core that guide many modes simultaneously, which means more data can travel at any one time. The multi modes all traveling through the core courses more reflections and reducing the signal over longer distances explaining why multi-mode is used for short distances and single mode is used for longer distances.
Advantages to Fibre
Fibre’s purpose is for high performance data networking over long distances providing higher bandwidth and transmit data over longer distances, compared with wired cables.
Fibre optic cables carry signals at speeds at approximately 1/3 slower than the speed of light, a lot faster then Cat5 and Cat6 copper cables.
With the correct set up some 10 Gbps single mode fibre cables can carry signals almost 25 miles. Copper cables are limited to 100 metres.
Fibre is immune to temperature changes, severe weather, and moisture, all of which can hamper the connectivity of copper cable. It also does not present a fire hazard like old or worn copper cables can.
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If you would like to discuss your requirements for your network and what your usage will be, please feel free to contact us for more information.