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The term to describe where cables end. Blanket term
How much wire should be exposed when terminating a twisted-pair cable?
Half and inch
1/4 of an inch
The phenomena where signals traveling on one nearby wire pairs infringing on another pair is called
The radius of the maximum arc which a cable can be looped without hindering data transfer is called what?
Max Bend Limit
What is the bend radius of a twisted-pair cable?
3 times or greater of the cable diameter
8 times or greater of the cable diameter
4 times or greater of the cable diameter
What tool can you use to verify continuity?
How far away should you run cables away from fluorescent lights?
This interference is caused by motors, power lines, televisions, copiers, or other sources of electrical activity.
What type of cable do you need to use to run above ceiling tiles or below the sub flooring?
Doing this can cause difficult-to-diagnose data errors.
Miss wiring cables
Cinching cables too tightly
Not diagramming the network
Why is it important to leave slack in your cable runs?
Make sure you have enough room to terminate
Lessen the risk of connectivity and data transmission problems
Remove chocking or tripping hazzards
Save money and resources
Select all the types of cable management
What should be included in the cable plant documentation?
locations and lengths
What should be done to every port, patch, cable, or connections?
Secure with zip ties
Pull to test strength of termination
How can you physically identify the purpose of different cables
use color-coded cables
use specific lengths of wires