TITLE

Telecom: How to Get There From Here Part 3 of 3

AUTHOR(S)
Phillips, Dan; Bythrow, Susan
PUB. DATE
October 2000
SOURCE
Hospitality Upgrade;Fall2000, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on several meeting room cable requirements for hotels under construction. It says that a meeting room will have a wall-mounted phone within the entrance door should be supported with its own four-pair category 3 (CAT3) cable home-run to the individual distribution frame (IDF) or main distribution frame (MDF). Moreover, the four-pair cable run to either the wall phone or duplex jacks, which were needed for 500 square-foot rooms or less, will be punched on a 110 block.
ACCESSION #
62828169

 

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