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Teldata designs and installs structured voice, data, video and multimedia cabling solutions. Our highly trained and certified technicians will install and maintain your company’s network communication system. With over 30 years of installation experience, we ensure a quality cable plant that will exceed your expectations.

Structured Cabling Services

Media Cabling

We install cabling for computers and servers, allowing you to connect to the internet and stream various types of media. Common types of network media include twisted-pair cable, coaxial cable, and fiber-optic cable. We also have wireless options.

Some common applications of wireless communication include:

  • accessing the Internet via a mobile phone
  • establishing a home/business Internet connection over satellite
  • beaming data between two hand-held computing devices
  • using a wireless keyboard and mouse for the PC

The choice of media type affects network speed along with the network’s capability to fulfill future needs.

Cable Information

Data Cables are used to transmit information between systems such as servers, personal computers, and other hardware.

 Twisted Pair Cables are used in telephone and computer networking. Some cable networks are wired using a shielded, twisted pair, which is a type of data cable with a covering to eliminate the amount of signal degradation from other sources. Twisted pair gets its name from the twists in the wires, spanning throughout the cable. The twists in the cables also help protect the data communications from signal degradation. Twisted pair cables have a limit to how far they can transmit before the signal becomes corrupted. The average length for a twisted pair wire before signal degradation is 300 feet.

Coaxial (coax) Cable is used in older computer networks and was replaced by twisted pair as a standard for computer networking. However coax is still used for cable networks to provide television communication data and digital camera systems.

Fiber Optic Cable is the preferred option for fast data connections. It is used by cable and telephone companies to provide fast Internet connection. Fiber optics uses light and glass as the mechanics for data communications. Fiber optic cable is fragile due to the cable’s glass portions. It is also light weight and does not have the signal degradation problems experienced by the other two data cables.