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Optical Networking Standards: A Comprehensive Guide
Clement, R. Lasky, E. Langerwalter and R. Hayes, G. Sher, C. Kipp, A.
Cabling: The Complete Guide to Copper and Fiber-Optic Networking, Fourth Edition [Book]
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Powered by. Optical networking has advanced considerably since A host of new technologies and applications has brought a significant change in optical networks, migrating it towards an all-optical network. This book places great emphasis on the network concepts, technology, and methodologies that will stand the test of time and also help in understanding and developing advanced optical network systems.
The first part of Optical WDM Networks: From Static to Elastic Networks provides a qualitative foundation for what follows-presenting an overview of optical networking, the different network architectures, basic concepts, and a high-level view of the different network structures considered in subsequent chapters.
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It offers a survey of enabling technologies and the hardware devices in the physical layer, followed by a more detailed picture of the network in the remaining chapters. It discusses the networking picture; network control and management, impairment management and survivability.
The last section of the book covers the upcoming technologies of flex-grid and software defined optical networking. How Infrared Transmissions Work Point-to-Point Infrared Transmission Broadcast Infrared Transmission Advantages of Infrared Disadvantages of Infrared Examples of Infrared Transmissions IrDA Ports Infrared-Laser Devices Radio Frequency RF Systems How RF Works Low Power, Single Frequency High Power, Single Frequency Spread Spectrum Advantages of RF Disadvantages of RF Examples of RF Microwave Communications How Microwave Communication Works Terrestrial Microwave Systems Satellite Microwave Systems Advantages of Microwave Communications Disadvantages of Microwave Communications Examples of Microwave Communications Cabling System Design and Installation Elements of a Successful Cabling Installation Proper Design Desired Standards and Performance Characteristics Flexibility Longevity Ease of Administration Economy Quality Materials Good Workmanship Cabling Topologies Bus Topology Hierarchical Star Topology Ring Topology Mesh Topology Backbones and Segments Understanding the Backbone Understanding Segments Selecting the Right Topology Cabling Plant Uses Telephone Television Fire Detection and Security Cabling Choice of Media Telecommunications Rooms LAN Wiring Telephone Wiring Power Requirements HVAC Considerations Cabling Management Physical Protection Conduit Cable Trays Standoffs D-Rings Electrical Protection Spike Protection Fire Protection Data and Cabling Security EM Electromagnetic Transmission Regulation Tapping Prevention Cabling Installation Procedures Design the Cabling System Schedule the Installation Install the Cabling Cabling Tools Pen and Paper Hand Tools Cable Spool Racks Fish Tape Pull String Cable-Pulling Lubricant Labeling Materials Two-Way Radio Tennis Ball Pulling Cable Tensile Strength Bend Radius Protection While Pulling Cabling System Documentation Terminate the Cable Test the Installation Cable Connector Installation Twisted-Pair Cable Connector Installation Types of Connectors Conductor Arrangement Connector Crimping Procedures Prerequisites Installing the Connector Testing Coaxial Cable Connector Installation Fiber-Optic Cable Connector Installation Connector Types Connectorizing Methods Epoxy Connectors Mechanical Connectors Connector Installation Procedures Cut and Strip the Cable Trim the Aramid Yarn Strip the Optical-Fiber Buffer Prepare the Epoxy Epoxy the Connector Insert the Fiber into the Connector Dry the Epoxy Scribe and Remove Extra Fiber Polish the Tip Inspect the Connector Finish Cable System Testing and Troubleshooting Installation Testing Copper Cable Tests Wire Mapping Cable Length Time-Domain Reflectometry Locating Cable Faults Resistance Measuring Performance Testing Impedance Attenuation Propagation Delay and Delay Skew Noise Fiber-Optic Tests Optical Power Loss Attenuation Cable Plant Certification Creating a Testing Regimen Copper Cable Certification Fiber-Optic Certification Third-Party Certification Cable Testing Tools Wire-Map Testers Continuity Testers Tone Generators Time-Domain Reflectometers Fault Detection Blind Spots Integrated TDRs Fiber-Optic Power Meters Fiber-Optic Test Sources Optical Time-Domain Reflectometers Fiber-Optic Inspection Microscopes Visual Fault Locators Multifunction Cable Scanners Troubleshooting Cabling Problems Establishing a Baseline Locating the Problem Resolving Specific Problems Wire-Map Faults Excessive Length Opens and Shorts Excessive Attenuation Excessive Crosstalk Excessive Noise Creating a Request for Proposal What Is a Request for Proposal?
Setting the Tone for the Project The Goals of the RFP Developing a Request for Proposal The Needs Analysis Getting Input from Key Players The Bonus: Getting Buy-In Designing the Project for the RFP Components of a Cabling Infrastructure Backbone Cabling Horizontal Cabling Work Area How Much Is Enough?
periocenter.ru/wp-content/philadelphia/joje-znakomstva-v-gorode.php Wall Plates and Information Outlets Backbone and Horizontal Cabling Rules for Designing Your Infrastructure Writing the RFP Vendor Selection Project Administration Project Management Tips Planning for the Cutover General Contractor's Requirements Purpose of This RFP Work Included Intent Cable Plant Horizontal Cable Data Backbone Cabling Fire-Code Compliance Wiring Pathways Wiring Identification As-Built Diagrams Network Hardware Specifications Bidding Process Bid Submittals Miscellaneous Cabling Work: Experience from the Field Hints and Guidelines Know What You Are Doing Plan the Installation Have the Right Equipment Test and Document Train Your Crew Work Safely Make It Pretty Look Good Yourself Plan for Contingencies Match Your Work to the Job Waste Not, Want Not Case Studies A Small Job A Large Job An Inside Job The Bottom Line II.
Fiber-Optic Cabling and Components History of Fiber Optics Evolution of Light in Communication Early Forms of Light Communication The Quest for Data Transmission Evolution of Optical Fiber Manufacturing Technology Controlling the Course of Light Extending Fiber's Reach Evolution of Optical Fiber Integration and Application Principles of Fiber-Optic Transmission The Fiber-Optic Link Transmitter Receiver Optical Fibers Amplitude Modulation Analog Transmission Digital Data Transmission Analog Data Transmission vs. Sample Rate Quantizing Error Multiplexing Decibels dB Calculating dB Loss and Gain Expressing dB in Percentages The Rules of Thumb Absolute Power Basic Principles of Light Light as Electromagnetic Energy The Electromagnetic Spectrum Refraction What Causes Refraction?
Calculating the Index of Refraction Total Internal Reflection Fresnel Reflections Optical Fiber Construction and Theory Optical Fiber Components Core Cladding Coating Standards Materials Manufacturing Optical Fiber Mode Calculating the Numerical Aperture and Modes Refractive Index Profiles Multimode Step-Index Fiber Multimode Graded-Index Fiber Single-Mode Step-Index Fiber Single-Mode Depressed-Clad Fiber Optical Fiber Characteristics It All Adds Up Dispersion Modal Dispersion Material Dispersion Waveguide Dispersion Chromatic Dispersion Reduced Spectral Width Polarization-Mode Dispersion How Dispersion Affects Bandwidth Absorption Scattering Total Attenuation Bending Losses Microbends Macrobends Numerical Aperture Equilibrium Mode Distribution Fiber Specifications Safety Basic Safety Engineering Controls Good Work Habits Light Sources Federal Regulations and International Standards Federal Regulations Laser Safety Handling Fiber Chemicals Isopropyl Alcohol Solvents Anaerobic Epoxy Site Safety Electrical Ladders Trenches Emergencies Injury Chemical Exposure Fire Fiber-Optic Cables Basic Cable Cable Components Buffer Loose Buffer Tight Buffer Strength Members Jacket Cable Types Cordage Simplex Cordage Duplex Cordage Distribution Cable Breakout Cable Armored Cable Messenger Cable Ribbon Cable Submarine Cable Aerospace Cable Hybrid Cable Composite Cable Cable Duty Specifications Cable Termination Methods Fanout Kit Breakout Kit Blown Fiber Fire Resistance Plenum Cable Riser Cable General-Purpose Cable NEC-Listed Raceways