Network Technology Innovations has over 70 years of combined experience in network cabling. Our team can offer skilled and efficient services when it comes to Cat 6 wiring and fiber cabling. We take great pride in the fact that our professionals get their job done right the first time every time. At NTI we work with a huge range of various types of cabling systems from fiber cabling to Cat 6 wiring, both of which are perfect for businesses, ensuring efficiency and safety at your workplace.

Network Cabling in Rockford, Elgin, Aurora, IL, Northbrook, Schaumburg3 common types of network cables used for communication systems:

  1. Fiber Optic Cable

Fiber Optic Cable has a complicated design and structure, mainly consist of glass threads that can transmit messages altered into light waves. The outer optical casing surrounds the light and traps it within the central core while the inner core has a single-mode and a multi-mode that causes a huge difference in its performance.

  1. Twisted Pair Cable

These are the basic wires which connect the home computers to various other business computers by putting 2 separate insulated wires together in a twisted pattern. This helps to reduce the crosstalk or electromagnetic induction between the pairs of wires. These are best suited for transferring balanced differential signals.

  1. Coaxial Cable

These are copper cables that are surrounded by foam insulation, have an inner conductor, and finally are covered in plastic jackets. This kind of formation lets these cables function next to a metal object. Since they are made of copper, they can act as a high-frequency transmission cable with 80 times more transmission capacity than others.

Contact NTI today if you have questions about the Network Cabling Solution that is best for your company: 815-790-3891.
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