Structured cabling

• Product and service provider organizations that have to respond to increasing and diversifying customer needs in addition to working under the challenging competition conditions brought by the globalizing world; they have to use effective information systems. Today's high speed and capacity active IT systems and equipment also need functional infrastructures to support these features.

• Structural Cabling Systems are realized by using Copper and / or Fiber Optic Cables. While deciding on the type of cable, factors such as ease of application and cost should be taken into consideration in addition to obtaining the speed and bandwidth suitable for the purpose.

• Horizontal cabling systems should have a maximum duct length of 100 mt. Channel length; Includes end-to-end distance, including horizontal and intermediate cables. Today, for the horizontal cabling system, Cat5, Cat5e, Cat6, Cat7 standards are commonly used copper products.

• F / O Cables are widely used in building Building Backbone Systems and Campus Backbone Systems. It is thought that copper system will be replaced as a horizontal cabling system in the near future, but it is not yet suitable in terms of total cost. All kinds of data, audio and video data are transmitted in light mode through these systems. Fiber Optic Systems consist of two different categories according to the light transmission. These are Multimode (MM) and Singlemode (SM) systems.