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  • 1. 11/3/11 https://sites.google.com/a/innovaglobal.com/how-to-phone-system/masters Masters > 5 High qualit single source design, installation, deplo ment and maintenance of network wiring, communication networks cabling, Phone s stems for Voice, data, Video, Audio, Passive Optical Lan and cloud computing applications b Google. Free no obligation Consultation Free and Fast Quote Free Binding Estimates Free Site Survey No fi , no fee guarantee Free IT assets inventory and documentation Free 30 Days, 60 days and 90 days move and relocation check list Free Relocation survival guide Free move and relocation resource list Guarantee High Qualit , lo cost and quick installation with satisfaction Guarantee Experienced qualified, trained staff available 24X& 365 and often on short notice Fully licensed and bounded "We Pledge" total satisfaction with our installation, plus one ear guarantee ih o o kman hip & ma e ial. No hidden co e e Contact us for bundle and Special Deals Save You Mone 877-448-4968 or Contactus@innovaglobal.com Right Voip Pb Phone S stem For Your Small Office By equipping your small business office with the right VoIP PBX phone s stem you can maintain continuous communication with your customers and other business contacts. This helps your small business project a professional corporate identity and stay competitive.Contact us the page in this guide on how to select the phone system for your business Right Telephone S stem for Your Small Business Office A VoIP PBX phone system provides an assortment of benefits for small business offices. Its web interface helps to maintain numerous extensions from a single telephone connection. Therefore your business can be expanded without making additional investment. Outbound calls to local and overseas sites can be made at economic rates, significantly reducing your telecommunication expenses. Using virtual phone numbers, your business presence can be established anywhere without setting up any physical infrastructure. Besides, even if your business location is changed, you can use the existing telephone numbers to communicate. Benefit From E ceptional Communication Functionalities Small office VoIP PBX phone systems possess all the sophisticated call handling features that are found in the pricey phone systems of big companies. These include auto attendant, voicemail, find-me/ follow-me call forwarding, voice to email, call waiting, fax to email,automatic call distribution, music on hold and more. The auto attendant professionally answers incoming calls and presents callers with a menu of options including dial-by-name, dial-by-extension and more. Based on the option selected by the callers, calls are routed to the right extensions. It efficiently handles several calls incoming together.Calls to your official numbers can be answered on your personal landlines and cell numbers assigned as extensions using the stylish call forwarding feature. Unanswered calls are instantly routed to the voicemail system, and voice messages are also forwarded to your email account. All these features help your business to be managed from different locations. Reasonable Operation Cost Setting up the voip PBX phone system in your small office can be done without installing costly on-site hardware. The required equipments are maintained at the service provider s site and PBX functions are offered using broadband Internet or telephone networks at reasonable monthly charges. Feature-Rich Small Business VoIP Phone S stemssites.google.com/a/innovaglobal.com/how-to-phone-system/ /master-5?t business firms to deliver premium customer service and stay competitive in targeted 1/5 The feature-rich small business VoIP PBX phone systems enable
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  • 3. 11/3/11 https://sites.google.com/a/innovaglobal.com/how-to-phone-system/masters Television Networks Coaxial cable is well shielded and has a solid metal core. Television networks are unidirectional, and so the absence of a number of wires inside the cable is not a problem. Data Networks Current data networks run over Unshielded Twisted Pair, Shielded Twisted Pair, Twin-axial cable, and optical fiber cable. Unshielded Twisted Pair, Twin- axial cable, single-mode and multi-mode fiber are recommended for Ethernet networks. Shielded Twisted Pair is the common form of cable used for token ring networks. Ethernet is a more widely implemented form of local area network, and the most widely used form of cable for Ethernet networks is Unshielded Twisted Pair, because it is the cheapest of the recommended cable types for Ethernet. Telephone services and video streaming are increasingly being sent over data networks. Cable T pes -Plenum and Non-plenum The telephone network relies on Unshielded Twisted Pair cable, and this is also the predominant cable type in data networks today. Originally, data networks ran over coaxial cable, which is still the standard cable type for video transmissions. Coaxial cable has one solid metal core. This is surrounded by packing, which dampens incoming environmental interference, and the packing is surrounded by metal foil to block magnetic interference. The entire structure is encased in a plastic jacket. Coaxial cable is less flexible, physicallyand in terms of usage, than Unshielded Twisted Pair Cable. UTP is also cheaper, which means it is more widely implemented for data networks. Digitized video transmissions can be carried over UTP. The plenum is hidden space within a building which is used for HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) and to run cables. Plenum space is normally above a suspended ceiling or under a raised floor. Buildings without plenum spaces will have cabling and HVAC ducts within plain view. The plenum space is normally used to accommodate the communication wires for the buildings computer and telephone network. Recent studies have shown that wiring and cabling within the plenum space could be dangerous and be exposed to fire/burning possibilities. . Plenum cable is wire that is carpeted in the plenum spaces of a building. The materials used in the creation of plenum cable are regulated under the National Fire Protection Association standard NFPA 90A: Standard for the Installation of Air Conditioning and Ventilating Systems in the United States. . Plenum cable is covered with a fire proof plastic layer of either a low-smoke polyvinyl chloride (PVC) {patented 1987 or a fluorinated ethylene polymer (FEP). . All substances anticipated for use in cables manufacturing (to be carpeted in plenum spaces) are planned to meet careful fire safety test standards in agreement with NFPA 262 and outlined in NFPA 90A. Plenum cable must meet two requirements to meet most fire codes: . Plenum cable must not burn easily . Plenum cable must not emit toxic fumes when exposed to extreme heat . Because of these requirements, plenum cable is usually more expensive than non-plenum cable. Plenum cable is also more stiff and difficult to work with than regular network cable. . Riser cables are those cables which are carpeted under the floor or non-plenum places. The fire requirements for riser cables are not so high and strict. Riser cables can possibly be replaced by plenum cables but plenum cables can never be replaced by riser cable A few words on Plenum "Plenum" is also a fire code rating. It is sometimes identified b the designation "CMP" meaning a communications plenum rated cable. Plenum cable has a jacket made of Teflon rather than PVC (which ou will find on CM or CMR rated cable) and is used in spaces designated for air-handling, such as drop ceilings that conceal return air vents in office buildings. The Teflon gives off much less poisonous gas than PVC when it burns. Thus b using plenum cable in air-handling spaces one prevents poisonous gas from being created and spread throughout the building through the air ducts during a fire. Man commercial installations require the use of plenum cable. To make certain ou are installing cable that is up to code, ou have to check with our local fire marshal or building inspector. The laws var from state to state and town to town. Wireless Site Surve Best Practices As wireless technology continues to mature, new wireless applications and appliances continue to emerge. There is increasing demand for transmitting voicesites.google.com/a/innovaglobal.com/how-to-phone-system/ /master-5?t 3/5
  • 4. 11/3/11 https://sites.google.com/a/innovaglobal.com/how-to-phone-system/masters and video, as well as the need for accurate positioning of users and assets accessing the WLAN. Site surveys are invaluable for designing and optimizing WLAN networks to support these applications. This paper provides insight into best practices for executing wireless site surveys WLAN networks Wireless local area networks (WLANs) using 802.11b, 802.11g, and 802.11a technology (Wi-Fi) have been springing up practically everywhere, providing high-speed wireless data communications to millions of people around the world. Adoption of wireless technology is fueled by its low cost and by consumers desire for the convenience of being connected to the internet while on the go. The question is no longer: “Why wireless?” It has become: “Why not ireless?” So, considering the maturity of WLAN technology, planning and deploying a wireless LAN network in the office must be easy, right? Guess again! Using the right tools for the job End users only see the results of the hard work of the WLAN operators, systems integrators, value-added resellers, engineers, and IT departments that implement these networks. If you are in one of these categories, you probably already know that planning and deploying a WLAN is not as simple as it sounds. You know you need the right tools to help you navigate the wireless life cycle as you plan, install, maintain, and optimize the WLAN network. Wi-Fi installers need to: • Achieve the best possible WLAN performance. • Optimize network performance for a variety of applications (data and voice). • Minimize co-channel interference. • Determine the quantity and best locations for access points. • Locate unauthorized “rogue” access points and neighboring networks. • Document installation characteristics. • Ensure redundant coverage to support seamless roaming. • Verify post-installation that the WLAN performs as designed. • Fully document the entire network for reference and future verification purposes. The importance of site surve s WLAN network design and site survey are part of the initial phase of the wireless lifecycle. Any company that considers deploying WLANs is destined to go through all phases. These phases include pre-deployment, including network design and site survey, post installation verification, troubleshooting, management and optimization. Automating the site survey process simplifies pre-deployment design and post deployment verification. Despite the emergence of WLAN systems that advertise the ability to manage themselves, eliminating the need to perform a site survey, Most WLAN systems manufacturers will readily acknowledge that site surveys remain an important part of designing a WLAN network. A site survey enables more accurate prediction of infrastructure needs prior to purchasing a WLAN infrastructure, resulting in more accurate time and cost estimates for the network deployment. It is also a process to help verify the WLAN is performing as designed after installation. Using a full-featured wireless site survey software can save an enormous amount of time, money, and a great deal of frustration when compared to paper based site survey techniques. There are many things to consider when planning a WLAN. Coverage areas must be sufficient to meet the customer requirements, yetthey should not extend far outside the boundaries of the desired serving area. There needs to be enough signal overlap from adjacent access points to ensure seamless roaming, but not so much as to cause significant channel interference. In addition, there usually will be requirements for total throughput, throughput per user, and signal-to-noise ratio. Moreover, the deployment should stay on-time and on-budget. Deploying a WLAN includes several phases. If the first steps are performed carefully, time and effort will be saved in the subsequent phases. The unpredictable nature of high-frequency RF signals causes most of the extra work when compared to wired networks. Office Technolog Moving Servicessites.google.com/a/innovaglobal.com/how-to-phone-system/ /master-5?t 4/5
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