Paul Rosenberg

How Does the Internet Really Work?
The profound impact of the Internet is only a shadow of what's to come. But if you understand how the Internet works now, you can use it to your advantage in the future.
Telecom for Electricians - Part 5
Proper selection and installation of connectors and splices can make a big difference in the successful completion of your next datacom cabling job.
Planning Your Way to Successful Installations
Before pulling wire or cable, you must develop a solid project plan. This helps you to proceed without unnecessary questions or unexpected problems.
Don't Ignore the Hazards Associated with Fiber Optics 1
Understanding the safety hazards that go with fiber optic cable is critical for those who install or maintain fiber optic systems.
Facility Security: Access Systems -- Part 1
Access control systems typically use keypads, magnetic card readers, or proximity readers to secure a facility from unauthorized access.
The Basics of Structured Cabling 1
A structured cabling system is a complete system of cabling and associated hardware, which provides a comprehensive telecommunications infrastructure. This infrastructure serves a wide range of uses, such as to provide telephone service or transmit data through a computer network. It should not be device dependent.We further define a structured cabling system in terms of ownership.
Facility Security: Video Monitoring -- Part 2
Understanding the individual components of a closed circuit television system is key to maintaining a successful video monitoring security plan.
Telecom for Electricians - Part 4
Following these guidelines and installation practices can help keep you from getting too rough when roughing in and trimming up data cabling
Wireless Optical Networks: A New Alternative to Fiber
Using defense wave division multiplexing (DWDM), this open-air transmission technology increases network capacity in environments where fiber connections are impractical.
Facility Security: Video Monitoring -- Part 1
Understanding the individual components of a closed circuit television system is key to maintaining a successful video monitoring security plan.
Telecom for Electricians - Part 3
Typically the least expensive high-speed LAN system, Ethernet technology is by far the most popular.
Facility Security: Keeping Them Away
Protective lighting is a smart addition to any security system. Using light to deter intruders is cheaper and more effective than you think.
Telecom for Electricians - Part 2
Networks are the heart of communications in most large businesses today. Learning the veins of these systems can help you improve the flow of vital information.
The Scary Post-Cat. 5 World
As the industry continues to struggle with a Cat. 6 standard, you’re stuck choosing between obsolete (Cat. 5), problematic (Cat. 6), and unconventional (Cat. 7) technologies.
Facility Security: New Threats, New Strategies
As workplace violence becomes more prevalent in our society, we must develop new systems and strategies to counteract crimes against humanity.
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