Which are subsystems of Structured Cabling?
The structured cabling system is a telecommunication open network structure, which consists of six subsystems: work area, horizontal cabling, backbone cabling, equipment room, telecommunication closet (room) and entrance facilities. All six subsystems are made up of different types of equipment. For example, the work area may include station equipment, patch cables, communication outlets. On the other hand, horizontal cabling may include cable terminations, cross-connections and one transition point.