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Compare and contrast cat. 6 unshielded twisted pair (UTP), coaxial, and single mode fiber optic cabling types. Describe one or two of the advantages and/or disadvantages associated with using each cable type for a business’s network infrastructure. Consider the (a) cost per foot or meter; (b) termination/installation cost; (c) bandwidth; (d) cable length/transmission distance; (e) end point devices (i.e., workstation, wireless access point, switch, router, server, SAN, etc.); (f) use – in-building horizontal or vertical; and (g) conversion or interface equipment. Be sure to support your information with the appropriate citation(s).

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NETWORK CABLING: COMPARISON BETWEEN DIFFERENT NETWORKING
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Network Cabling
Introduction
There are many aspects that complement the context of networking. Network cabling is
facilitated by networking hardware which connects different network devices or two computers
sharing a device. There are different kinds of networking cables including optical fiber cable,
coaxial cable as well as twisted pair cables. The use of these cables depends on the physical layer
of the network, the topology and the size. Networking devices may be separated through
an Ethernet or through internet interconnections over unlimited distances. There are many
technologies used in connecting networks. Connecting short distances like offices wiring and
closet connections is facilitated by patch cables. Electrical connections in buildings are done with
coaxial cables or twisted pair cables. Long distances or high bandwidth applications or electrical
isolation require the use of optical fiber cables. Effective cabling improves connection reliability
as well as maintainability. In industr...

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