Structured Cabling Solutions
Horizontal Cabling Solution(Fiber and Copper)
An allowance of 10m (33 ft.) has been provided for the combined length of patchcords/cross-connect jumpers and equipment cables/cords in the HC, including the WA equipment cords.
In ISO/IEC 11801:2002, the equivalent cabling element to the horizontal cross-connect (HC) is called the floor distributor (FD).
Back Bone Cabling Solution(Fiber and Copper)
The backbone cabling system provides interconnections between telecommunications rooms, equipment rooms, main terminal space, and entrance facilities. It includes backbone cables, intermediate and main cross-connects, mechanical terminations, and patch cords or jumpers used for backbone-to-backbone cross-connections. The backbone also extends between buildings in a campus environment.
IBS (Internal Building Solution)
At PAIS Telecom we have chosen to be non-vendor specific which means we work with the widest possible range of equipment providers. This in turn allows us a creative flexibility that facilitates our ability to offer customized planning and design that precisely suits our customers’ needs.
• RF Design & Planning - PAIS’s RF Planning Services enhance communication in areas with bad RF expansion and penetration. PAIS is able to cover RF closed coverage circles with microcells, picocells, repeaters, hidden sites and more.
• System Installation & Implementation – PAIS specializes in internal infrastructures; installation of cable guides, communication boxes and special active equipment; deployment and networking of optical, coaxial,and copper cables,
• Project Management & Commissioning – PAIS helps customers to optimize capital investment, improve customer satisfaction and bring in new business.
FTTx GPON Premise wiring
Mobile network base stations
Subscribers in residential houses, terraces or blocks of flats
Larger buildings such as schools, hospitals and businesses
Key security and monitoring structures like surveillance cameras, security alarms and control devices
Brownfield: where there are existing buildings and infrastructure but the infrastructure is to a lower standard
Overbuild: adding to the existing infrastructure
The main influences for the infrastructure deployment methodology are: