ADC’s breakout cables offer quick and easy
connector installation onto jacketed fiber
eliminating the need for splicing or fanout kits.
An outer jacket protects the fiber subunits.
The cable is UL listed plenum or riser as
required for the application. Breakout cable
construction is exceptionally robust and
provides superior mechanical performance
with excellent crush and impact protection.
ADC’s plenum armored compact building
cables are designed for use in backbone or
horizontal cabling applications.
Constructions above 24 fibers are available
with 12 fibers subgroups (up to 144 fibers
-A network can be defined as a group of computers and other devices connected in some ways so as to be able to exchange data. -Each of the devices on the network can be thought of as a node; each node has a unique address. -Addresses are numeric quantities that are easy for computers to work with, but not for humans to remember. Example: 220.127.116.11 -Some networks also provide names that humans can more easily remember than numbers. Example: www.javasoft.com, corresponding to the above numeric address.
Internet address Consists of 4 bytes separated by periods Example: 136.102.233.
Like many universities, the University of Central Arkansas (UCA) is surrounded by
evidence of life before cell phones, the Internet or Wi-Fi: its buildings. Constructed
with concrete block, masonry, steel and copper, these engineering marvels of the
1970s and 80s were built without consideration for future RF signals and fiber optic
cables. Their subterranean spaces and bunker-like constructions were ideal for quiet
classrooms and high traffic. Who knew they would one day absorb and impede