Cable Routing

There are two different aspects to cable routing. It can refer to the organisation of the cable network to ensure that power and data outlets are available where they should be in the building. It also refers to the electronic connections that can be made between different devices or appliances. The installation of data and power cables can aid cable routing. There are various ways to do this. Cables can be laid below a raised floor, they can drop down from the ceiling or they can be installed in the ceiling of the storey below and holes are drilled in the floor. Furniture is also designed for easy routing with holes in desks to pass cables through. In terms of electronics, there are three kinds of routing: straight through (which connects different network components), crossover (connecting two similar devices) or Shielded Twisted Pair (where it is protected from electromagnetic or radio frequency interference.) Cable routing is more likely to be found in larger companies , especially those which have to supply power and data cabling to many different offices or office cubicles. Electronic routing is found with any computer system that uses more than one device.

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