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Direct connections between TRs

Allowed if ring/bus

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One level hierarchial star

Links all bldgs in a campus back to MC (CD)

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MC should be at ___ of bldgs being served

Center

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Physical ring

Not double ring

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Physical ring

Disaster recovery (seldom recommended)

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TR

Enclosed architectural space

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TE

Case or housing

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Most cost-effective transmission mediums

Fiber - data
Copper - voice

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Ideally, the MC would be in the ___

ER (equipment room)

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10Gbps @ 984'

OM3

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Building backbone

22-24 AWG

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Campus backbone

19-26 AWG

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Maximum backbone length

2,625'

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Vertically aligned TRs (stacked closets) advantages:

Accessible backbone cable sheaths
Distributing circuits

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Slots

1" high curb

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Sleeves

1" above floor

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5 sq' of slots serves ___

40,000 sq' of floor space

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Supporting strands

Heavy backbone cables

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Supporting strands extend from ___ to ___

Highest floor, basement

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Insert cable ties every ___ of the strand

1 meter

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Indoor hardware is ___ varied than outdoor hardware

More

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Tight buffered

900 µm (indoor)

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Loose tube

250 µm (outdoor)

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Non conductive fiber backbone bend radius

10 X under no load
15 X when being pulled

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Conductive fiber backbone bend radius

10 X under no load
20 X when being pulled

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Pre-connectorized patch cords

Fast
Cost isn't the concern

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Fiber pigtail cable

Factory connectorized on one end
Unterminated on the other end

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Double star topology

Hierarchial

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Backbone star topology

No more than 2 cross connects

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Connections between any two HCs

No more than 3 cross connects