Telecom: How to Get There From Here 1 in a 3 Part Series

Phillips, Dan
April 2000
Hospitality Upgrade;Spring2000, p1
Trade Publication
The article offers several information related to cabling in hotel and hospitality industry. It mentions that all administrative voice cable punch must be labeled with an extension number according to their final destination. It states that the front desk area must consist of a 25-pair Category 3 (CAT3) cable which runs from Main Distribution Frame (MDF) via an Individual Distribution Frame (IDF). It adds that fiber optic cable can be used for bandwidth accommodations.


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