Residential Network Cabling

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jan 18, 2002 - Computers - 556 pages
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Plan, sell, bid on, install, and upgrade home wiring for networked services

The industry explosion in whole-home wiring, also known as structured wiring, is a lucrative opportunity for cable installers, electricians, IT managers, and telecom equipment manufacturers to expand into the residential arena. Developed for BISCIís internationally respected curriculum for Registered Residential Installers, Residential Network Cabling provides you with the most reliable residential network cabling manual available. This resource is compliant with NEC, FCC, ANSI/TIA/EIA, CEBus, Firewire, and Bluetooth standards and has been field-tested by tens of thousands of technicians in 85 countries. Hereís all the information and step-by-step training advice you need to master, including:

  • New installation
  • Upgrades
  • Integration for add-ons
  • Much more
  • From inside the book

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    BICSI (formerly known as Building Industry Consulting Services International) has trained over 30,000 telecom cable installers and has a membership spanning 85 nations. Their resources include technical publications, training, conferences, and registration programs recognized worldwide as the standard for installation/maintenenace education and certification in the telecom industry.

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