Network and telephone cabling
For a network cabling installation service for computer, telephone, fiber optics and audio/video that surpasses the norms and standards of the industry, trust the specialists at MJS telecom. Our facilities meet the communication requirements of today and tomorrow. Our services are offered in the greater Montreal, Laval, Lanaudière and Laurentian regions.
Here is a basic tip:
A well-organized and structured installation is the basis for simplified management. All this will lead to a reduction in costs when modifications are necessary such as the addition of new cables, new equipment and especially when there is a service failure related to the wiring.
MJS Telecom offers you
An analysis service for your existing cabling installations.
An installation of the wiring on the connection panel (Patch panel).
Qualification/certification test of cables in length and speed.
Numbering and documentation of cables and network sockets for simplified management.
Structured cabling is a standard for the design and installation of cabling for data, voice and video. It covers all the cables, connectors, accessories and other hardware needed to create a complete communication infrastructure for users. The purpose of structured cabling is to connect servers and computers together in an organized and secure manner. The same is true for fiber optics and audio/video cabling.
The types of network cabling have evolved greatly over the years. In the 1990s, the use of CAT5 cabling was a revolution worldwide and led to the creation of the ANSI/EIA/TIA-568 standards.
The CAT5 cable, with 4 twisted pairs, allowed to reach speeds of 100Mbit/s on distances of 100 meters maximum. It is no longer used.
In 1999, a new type of cable appeared, the CAT5 enhanced, in other words, the CAT5e cable. It also has 4 twisted pairs and can reach speeds of 1000 Mbit/or 1 Gbit/s over a distance of 100 meters. It is still useful in some applications.
Category 6 cabling is the current standard for cabling. It can reach speeds of around 10 Gbit/s over distances of 50 to 100 meters. It is enough to have the compatible equipment to obtain these speeds.
The latest generation of cable, CAT7, is a much more specialized cable than CAT6. It also contains 4 twisted pairs. The difference is that each pair is individually separated with a shield in the cable jacket. This shielding allows to limit the phenomenon of interference between its own conductors and other sources such as electrical cables. CAT7 allows for a theoretical throughput of 40 Gbps. Unfortunately, its cost is very high at the moment and most network equipment is not designed to use this technology. Fiber optics are used to reach high speeds.
Shielded wiring (shielder): It contains an aluminum jacket over its conductors and has a drain wire. These elements protect it from electromagnetic interference that can affect the transmitted signals. These interferences can be caused by electrical cables, neon lights and other electrical sources. It is often used when deploying outdoor wireless equipment in communication towers.
Outdoor wiring: It protects its conductors with a thicker sheath which protects it from cuts and tears. This sheath makes it waterproof and protects it from exposure to weather conditions.