Index

A

Acceptance test, 132, 134, 138
ACR (attenuation to crosstalk ratio), 80–1, 134, 146
Advantages of using digital transmission, 50
Aerial cables, 128
pathways, 128
tape armor, 84
Air terminals, 154–6
Alkaline cell, 162
Alternate mark inversion (AMI), 57
Alternating current, 12, 26, 152
American National Standards Institute (ANSI), 61
American Wire Gauge (AWG), 65
AMI (alternate mark inversion), 57
Amp (A), 11
Analog systems, 47
ANSI (American National Standards Institute), 61
Armored cable, 82–4
Attenuation, 35, 40
Attenuation to crosstalk ratio (ACR), 80–1, 134
AWG (American Wire Gauge), 65

B

Backbone cabling, 122, 126, 128
Balanced, 68, 72
Balun, 72
Bandwidth – telephone, 47
Basic link, 138
Battery, 86, 159–62
Baud, 51
BC (bonding ...

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