What is Copper Cabling?
Copper cabling uses electrical signals to transmit data between networks. The three types of cables include coaxial, unshielded twisted pair and shielded twisted pair. Coaxial cables degenerate over long distances, while unshielded twisted pair cables are made by twisting the copper cables around each other to reduce generation. Shielded twisted pair cables use copper shielding around the twisted wires to make them less susceptible to interference.
- Copper Cabling is Safe – if an overload or surge comes through the copper cabling, it is less likely to melt or burn; this also decreases the chances of starting a fire as a result of a power problem
- Copper Cabling is Flexible – the inherent strength, hardness and flexibility of copper cabling make it easy to work with; if you bend it, it will not crack, break, or lose its toughness
- Copper Cabling Stays Put – other materials can sometimes loosen where they are connected and come unattached, potentially resulting connection drops, data corruption, and electrical dangers
- Copper Cabling is Efficient – copper has the highest electrical conductivity rating of all non-precious metals, so copper cabling is efficient
We Provide a Solution
Capizmo Communications’ technology experts offer a full range of needs and risk assessment services that will improve your communications and keep you on top of the latest developments in industry advancements.
We are equipped with the resources to design, implement and maintain structured copper cabling systems and equipment from facilities analysis and engineering to installation and maintenance–providing a true solution for your business, its communication, and its technology.