sponsored by Special Projects Group, Inc.
Posted:  28 Oct 2003
Published:  01 Oct 2003
Format:  PDF
Length:  5  Page(s)
Type:  Product Literature
Language:  English
Access node equipment breaks out separate lower bandwidth service channels at a location from the high-bandwidth optical network. The output is a large number of cables, either for T1, T3, or LAN, and these cables are sent to a distribution frame or patch panel. A problem comes in the labor-intensive job of making all the connections and then verifying that the connections are correct.

Cable | Communications Diagnostic and Test Equipment | Networking Hardware

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