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Common Applications for EIA/TIA-568-C Category 3, 5e, 6, AC6, and 7 Facilities Category 3 15 Mbps IBM 3270* 25 Mbps Arcnet 40 Mbps Token-Ring* 10 Mbps 10BaseT 16 Mbps Token-Ring* 25 Mbps UNI ATM 52 Mbps UNI ATM 100BaseT4 100 VG AnyLAN Baseband voice ISDN Basic Rate Interface ISDN Primary Rate T1/E1 carrier (1544 Mbps) RS-232D (partial interface) RS-422 Baseband video* Category 5e All Category 3 applications 25 Mbps ATM 52 Mbps ATM 100BaseTX 100BaseT4 100 VG AnyLAN 155 Mbps ATM 622 Mbps ATM 1000BaseT(4) Category 6 All Category 3 applications All Category 5e applications 1000BaseTX 1244 Mbps ATM Category 7 All Category 3 applications All Category 5e applications All Category 6 applications 25 Gbps ATM 10 Gbps Ethernet Baseband video and CATV
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cable to each workstation location However, the shielding between pairs in Category 7 is so nearly perfect that it may be feasible to bend this rule and allow diverse applications to share the same cable sheath On the other hand, there is a school of thought that holds that total separation of voice and data facilities down to separate wiring closets and equipment rooms is the safest course This certainly might make sense if your telephone system and LAN system are maintained by separate entities Standard practices for telephone wire installation are much looser than the strict requirements for a Category 5e/6 (or higher) data installation Many LAN managers have had bad experiences when the two types of installation methods are mixed However, if all of your cabling is installed and/or maintained by the same people, you should be able to ensure that Category 5e/6 wiring stays Category 5e/6 Ensuring the performance to Category 5e/6/AC6/7 standards requires much more than just Category 5e/6/AC6/7 components Location, routing, and workmanship issues are at least as important These three issues are difficult to judge because
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they are related to the installation process You can buy the finest certified components and still have them installed improperly That is why we have devoted an entire part of this book to the installation of the wiring devices Category 5e/6/AC6/7 Testing and Certification The simplest proof of 100/1000 Mbps network performance is to connect your 100/1000 Mbps switch-hubs and workstations and see if they work! Unfortunately, many of us must install cabling systems long before we buy the first 1000 Mbps hardware Even if high-speed hardware were to be installed immediately, the time to cure cable problems is during the build-out stage of construction, not after move-in The solution is to have the cable system tested and certified as part of the installation process This testing and certification process is described in more detail in 15, but is summarized here The first step in certification is to use the proper materials All cables, jacks, patch panels, patch and user cords, and connecting blocks should be certified to the proper category by the manufacturer There is no major benefit to specifying all this by brand name unless you are using a particular manufacturer s connecting hardware system that offers unique features For a smaller installation of 50 station drops or less, this will probably just raise the price and narrow the field of bidders The second step is to use properly trained installers, particularly for Category 5e/6/AC6/7 installations Several certification programs exist for cable installers The vendor-specific programs generally emphasize a common set of workmanship techniques and are adequate training in most situations You should not insist that installers be certified by a particular vendor unless you are willing to put up with the extra expense and aggravation of such a policy; it is more important that each installer either be formally trained at a recent course or be closely supervised during the installation A few industry-wide certification programs exist, including the Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD) program from BICSI, Inc (formerly the Building Industry Consulting Service International, Inc) The RCDD requires experience and successful completion of a test A Network Transport Systems Specialist program also exists And there is now an installer registration program that does not require membership in the organization See 18 for additional information on training and certification/registration The third step is to individually test and certify each workstation link The worst-case link performance criteria and testing guidelines of TIA/EIA-568-C are an excellent basis for certification Each link should pass all the tests specified for the
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