Structured Cabling

  • IDF Structured Cabling
    IDF Structured Cabling
  • Cable Organization
    Cable Organization
  • Cable Organization
    Cable Organization
  • Cable drops from ceiling
    Cable drops from ceiling
  • Patch panel
    Patch panel
  • Patch Panel
    Patch Panel
  • Cable run
    Cable run
  • Cable run
    Cable run
  • Patch panel
    Patch panel
  • Cable drops at MPOE
    Cable drops at MPOE
  • Secure data cabinet
    Secure data cabinet
  • Cat 5 Rack
    Cat 5 Rack

Free Site Survey & Quote

Let us cable your building!

Phoenix Communication Solutions services the entire State of Arizona with a wide range of network data cabling services. We listen, design and build a customized solution that can positively sustain future moves, additions and changes for your network wiring needs.

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A site survey, which is required for new building systems or office moves, will help our Project Managers assist you in determining your structured cabling and low voltage wiring installation and wiring configuration based on your selected space. As a licensed structured cabling contractor, we offer a wide range of Voice and Data cabling services. Our network cabling specialists can help with a single data drop or multi-story multi-network installation.

Our cabling solutions include:

Voice, Data Cabling & Wiring
Phone Cabling
Design Cabling Systems
Voice, Data and Fax Jacks
Structured Cabling & Wiring
Network Cabling & Wiring
Data Cable Certification
Ethernet Cabling
Data Drops
Data Closets
Cat 5 Cabling & Wiring
Cat 5e Cabling & Wiring
Cat 6 Cabling & Wiring
Computer Cabling
Abandoned Cable Demolition
Data Room
Cabling Solutions
D-Mark Extension

Voice, Data Cabling & Wiring
Phone Cabling

What is the general difference between category 5e and category 6 Cable?

The general difference between category 5e and category 6 is in the transmission performance and extension of the available bandwidth from 100 MHz for category 5e, to 200 MHz for category 6. Cat 6 improvements provide a higher signal-to-noise ratio, allowing higher reliability for current applications and higher data rates for future applications.

Plenum Cable?

Complies with NFPA-262 and UL-910. The only cable allowed in spaces defined as air plenums such as raised flooring systems and air handling ducts. Plenum cables must self-extinguish and not reignite. They also produce less smoke (which is toxic) than traditional PVC cables.

Non- Plenum Cable?

Compiles with UL-1666. Defined for usage in vertical tray applications such as cable runs between floors through cable risers or in elevator shafts.


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