A Guide For Telecommunications Cable Splicing from Thomson Delmar Learning is a guide that details terminology and procedures needed to successfully splice and install modern telecommunications cable. It covers identification of cable types, how to make connections, cable fault analysis, and reading technical prints & schematics. A glossary of terms & abbreviations is included in every chapter for reference as material is presented. Review questions also facilitate learning and retention.
This guide has been authored by John Highhouse, professor of Industrial Training/Telecommunications Technology at Lincoln Trail College in Illinois. He has written several articles on fiber optics and telecommunications for a variety of trade journals.
- Telecommunications Cable Splicing
- This book is designed for use by telecommunication professionals who manage modern telecom cabling.
- The guide covers cable types, connections, and fault analysis, among many other subjects.
- Glossaries of terms & abbreviations in every chapter facilitate learning information by providing references as it is presented.
- Industry Expertise
- The book was written by John Highhouse, a telecom-industry expert who teaches and publishes on numerous telecom topics.