CE3430 - Network Cabling

This course will provide the learner with the necessary skills to design and implement high performance cabling systems. The performance level of the system determines the type of cabling and hardware to be used, the rules to be followed and the type of testing and documentation required to certify performance and trouble-shoot the installation.
 
This course focuses on the physical layer of the OSI Network Model and includes the electrical and mechanical aspects of interfacing to the transmission medium and the impact on performance they may have. This includes analysis of copper cabling, fibre optics, connectors and interconnection hardware, electrical code requirements for installation, performance certification, and documentation best practices.


Prerequisite(s): CE1210



This course is offered in the following programs:
Electronic Systems Engineering Technology (Co-op)