Telecommunications is the communication of information over distances and includes electronic transmission of impulses by telephone, computer and television. The beginning of telecommunications started with the invention of the telephone in 1874. Today, it has evolved from basic voice conversation to combining voice, video and data.
Since communications in only one direction is ineffective, telecommunication systems can handle two-way communications. There are essentially four types of telecom copper cables. The first three types qualify as outside plant cables and include: aerial cables, which are used above ground; duct/buried cables, which are used below ground; and wire products used as the last link in bringing telecommunication services to the subscriber. In addition, central office cables round out the group and serve to distribute or cross-connect signals within buildings.
Our Telecommunications cable constructions contain no halogens, which mean they are less toxic and more environmentally friendly.
Internal telephone cables.
CW1308 Internal Telecom Cable
E. Includes additional 1.38mm diameter insulated earth wire coloured white. For 20 pairs and above, the maximum mutual capacitance shall increase by 3nF/km The...
CW1308B Internal/External LSZH Telecom Cable
E. Includes additional 1.38mm diameter insulated earth wire coloured white The above table is in accordance with CW1308 *½ Refers to Sub-Units of 8 or 10...
CW1128 External Telephone Cable
CW1128/1198 External Direct Burial Telephone Cable
For 20 pairs and above, the maximum mutual capacitance shall increase by 3nF/km