2004 Home Cabling Guide

Cabling-Design.com announces release of the new, fourth edition of its Home Cabling Guide - an ultimate guide to wiring your home for Internet, whole-house voice, data and audio/video applications

Cabling -Design.com announces release of the new, fourth edition of its Home Cabling Guide - an ultimate guide to wiring your home for Internet, whole -house voice, data and audio/video applications. The fourth edition is based on the just published, 2004 version of ANSI/TIA/EIA -570 -B Residential Telecommunications Infrastructure Standard.

The readers will learn benefits of advanced residential cabling, standard categories and grades of the residential cabling systems, principles of design and implementation of such systems in single - and multi -dwelling residential buildings. The Guide also contains illustrated installation procedures as well as plentiful sample diagrams for supporting different applications, found in modern residential homes.
The $14.95 Guide is available in downloadable, printed and CD -ROM format. Please visit the web site to read the sample chapter on cabling standards and categories and full table of contents.

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