A structured cabling system is a telecommunications cabling system with a set of cabling and connectivity products that should be able to support the transmission of voice, graphic, images, data multimedia, security monitoring, and sensing, etc. It mainly consists of six subsystems.
  • A
    Working area subsystem
  • B
    Horizontal subsystem
  • C
    Vertical backbone subsystem
  • D
    Equipment room subsystem
  • E
    Management subsystem
  • F
    Campus backbone subsystem
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