Structured Cabling services

Morse Communications, Inc. Cabling Division offers professional design and implementation of all types of voice, data, and security infrastructures. Our in house Registered Communications Distribution Designer provides professional design as well as implementation. Our Lead Installation Technicians are all BICSI and manufacturer specific trained and certified.

Morse Communications also provides professional project management services with all installations. Our Project Management team is responsible for all aspects of the pre-installation, installation, and closeout processes that include: submittals, AutoCAD, scheduling, customer interface, closeout documentation, and quality control.

Cabling Design & Installation

The following sections show more about cabling infrastructure elements, and how they can be used for your communications cabling objectives.

  • Voice, Data, Cabling Services - Network cabling carries the lifeblood of your organization - information. To minimize expensive data network problems, Morse Communications Infrastructure Solutions follows strict installation and testing guidelines.
  • Coax Cabling Services - A critical piece of the infrastructure puzzle for our customers. Coax has been the medium of choice for high fidelity audio, television, satellite and broadband communications.
  • Twisted Pair Cabling Services - Unshielded Twisted Pair has been designed for use in voice applications and local area networks. Because of the relatively low cost this cable is widely used and is available in several different performance categories.
  • Fiber Optic Cabling Services - We install, terminate and test multi-mode and single-mode fiber. We've kept abreast of advances in the manufacture, termination and testing standards of fiber optic cable.
  • Server Room Installation Services - Because the server room is the centralized brain of your structured cabling system, we take special care to design and install it according to the highest standards.

Voice, Data Cabling Services

Today, your network cabling system carries the lifeblood of your organization - information. The installation, material, quality of cable and testing procedures are all much more critical in data wiring than in voice. The main reason for this is that networks today are designed to carry large amounts of information at incredible speeds. To accomplish this over unshielded twisted pair cable (UTP), many different criteria must be met.

Who sets the criteria and standards for network cabling? Well, the three major players are The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE - commonly called I-triple-E ) who work on developing new protocols, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), and the Telecommunications Industry

Association / Electronic Industry Alliance (TIA/EIA) who issue the standards and testing procedures.

With bandwidth increasing and reliance on the network at an all time high, getting information to where it needs to be is becoming more challenging than ever. Cabling problems, which account for over 50% of network problems, cost companies millions annually. Cable must be installed following strict and specific guidelines and the testing must be done using the right equipment calibrated for the latest standards

Coax Cabling Services

Coaxial cable is used primarily in Video, Audio and Security for video surveillance

Coaxial cables carry a nominal impedance of between 35 and 185 ohms. The three most common coax cables are 50 ohms (most widely used in thin-net Ethernet), 75 ohms (the cable your most likely using at home for your TV or cable modem) and 93 ohms, which is rarely used.

Coax cable can support much higher bandwidths than unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cable. The most efficient transfer of energy, over coax, occurs when all parts of the system have the same impedance.

The most common type of coax, called Flexible Coax, is a flexible cable, which uses a braided shield of extremely fine wires. This braid helps to make the coax flexible, but at a cost: energy or RF (radio frequency) signals leak through the small gaps in the braid. To combat this attenuation (energy loss), manufacturers have added several layers of braid and placed thin foil between the layers. This provides better coverage for greater shielding effectiveness. We normally use a quad shield (two layers of braid, two of foil) for 75-ohm applications.

Even though coax makes up a small percentage of our total installations, it is still a critical piece of the infrastructure puzzle for our customers. Coax has been the medium of choice for high fidelity audio, television, satellite and broadband communications.

See also
Leviton Leviton 47605-C5B Category 5 Voice and Data Module 6-Port, Bracket
Home Improvement (Leviton)
  • Fits easily into Leviton Structured Media enclosure, or as a stand-alone module
  • Patch data or telephone service to 6 remote locations
  • Versatile expansion boards for specific MDU applications
  • Available as an individual board or as a complete bracket-mounted module
  • Part of Leviton s award winning residential system
Leviton Leviton 47689-B 1x9 Bridged Telephone Module with Bracket
Home Improvement (Leviton)
  • Fits easily into any Leviton Structured Media enclosure
  • Allows up to nine separate telephones per line
  • Available as an expansion board for any Leviton Pre-Configured Structured Cabling Panel, or as a stand-alone module on an ABS
  • 2 Year limited warranty
  • Consolidated distribution module for incoming services
Leviton Leviton 47603-24P 24-Port Structured Media Panel, White
Home Improvement (Leviton)
  • Provides two to four lines of service to up to 19 connections when combined with other modules
  • Routes voice and data service to 24 remote locations via 3 category 5e voice and data boards
  • Panel includes a plastic bracket, telephone line distribution module, 4 category 5e voice and data boards and 24 8-conductor flat telephone patch cords
  • Fits into any Leviton Structured Media Enclosure or use as a stand-alone unit
  • Offers multi-line systems and expanded home networking
ICC ICC 14" Combo Voice/Data/Video Structured Wiring Enclosure
Home Improvement (ICC)
  • Designed to serve as the central distribution point for voice, data, video, audio, and security services for smaller residential structured wiring systems
  • Allows for internal modules to be mounted horizontally or vertically facilitating easier layout and wiring of the system, while providing for optimum cable management
  • Integrated snap-in module system enables users to quickly insert or move the internal modules
  • Hinged door and NET MEDIA CENTER insert are reversible for opening from left or right
  • Fits between 16 wall studs or can be wall mounted
Brady Brady R4310 TLS2200 And TLS PC Link 75' Length, 2" Width, Black Color Series Printer Ribbon
BISS (Brady)
  • The TLS 2200 is a light weight (2.75 lb/1.25 kg) portable printer packed with features to make identifying your structured cabling environment a snap
  • This thermal transfer printer delivers crisp, clear, non-smearing Label every time and its smart cell technology guaranties easy of use
  • The reason for this is that the bond between the ribbon and the label is critical to the success of the legend permanence
  • Just drop the Label in and print
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