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UTP Wiring . Cat-5 Segment Micro Warehouse 7 ft for $8.99 (1) 7 ft for $5.99 (2) Milestek $.19 per foot $.30 per connector $1.74 for 6 ft (1) 6 ft for $3.59 (2) Black Box 6 ft for $8.95 (1,2). UTP Wiring Cont. (2). Cat-5 Spool Micro Warehouse 1000 ft for $149.99 (1)

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utp wiring
UTP Wiring
  • Cat-5 Segment
    • Micro Warehouse
      • 7 ft for $8.99 (1)
      • 7 ft for $5.99 (2)
    • Milestek
      • $.19 per foot $.30 per connector $1.74 for 6 ft (1)
      • 6 ft for $3.59 (2)
    • Black Box
      • 6 ft for $8.95 (1,2)
utp wiring cont 2
UTP Wiring Cont. (2)
  • Cat-5 Spool
    • Micro Warehouse
      • 1000 ft for $149.99 (1)
      • 1000 ft for $119.99 (2)
    • Milestek
      • $.19 per foot 250 ft for $47.50 (1)
      • $.15 per foot (2)
    • Black Box
      • 250 ft for $51.95 (1)
      • $.21 per foot 1000 ft for $207.95 (2)
utp wiring cont 3
UTP Wiring Cont. (3)
  • Cat-6 Segment
    • Micro Warehouse
      • 10 ft for $13.99 (1)
      • 6 ft for $14.99 (2)
    • Milestek
      • $.50 per foot, $.30 per connector, $3.60 for 6 ft (1)
      • 7 ft for $13.95 (2)
    • Black Box
      • 6 ft for $13.95 (1,2)
utp wiring cont 4
UTP Wiring Cont. (4)
  • Cat-6 Spool
    • Micro Warehouse
      • 500 ft for $269.99 (1)
      • 1000 ft for $189.99 (2)
    • Milestek
      • $.50 per foot 250 ft for $125.00 (1)
    • CDW
      • 1000 ft for $129.87 (2)
    • Black Box
      • 250 ft for $249.95 (1)
      • $.36 per foot 1000 ft for $363.95 (2)
utp wiring cont 5
UTP Wiring Cont. (5)
  • Information was provided by:
    • (1) Jason Elin
    • (2) Chris Clark
optical fiber
Optical Fiber
  • Multimode Fiber (1)
    • Micro Warehouse
      • 6 ft 6 in for $49.55
      • 500 ft for $459.99
    • Machall
      • 10 ft for $77.99
      • 500 ft for $425.99
    • Blackbox
      • 16 ft 3 in for $78.95
      • 500 ft for $409.95
optical fiber cont 2
Optical Fiber Cont. (2)
  • Multimode Fiber (2)
    • Belkin
      • 7 ft for $99.99
    • Pacific Cable
      • 6 ft for $19.00
    • Data Accessories
      • 6 ft 6 in for $19.80
    • Fiberdyne
      • 1000 ft for $520.00
    • CXTec
      • 1000 ft for $670.00
    • CSP
      • 1000 ft for $390.00
optical fiber 3
Optical Fiber (3)
  • Singlemode Fiber (1)
    • Micro Warehouse
      • 33 ft 3 in for $115
      • 500 ft for $229.99
    • Machall
      • 15 ft for $63.99
      • 500 ft for $212.95
    • Blackbox
      • 6 ft 6 in for $23.95
      • 500 ft for $201.95
optical fiber cont 4
Optical Fiber Cont. (4)
  • Singlemode Fiber (2)
    • Belkin
      • 7 ft for $99.99
    • Pacific Cable
      • 6 ft 6 in. for $39.00
    • Data Accessories
      • 6 ft 6 in for $45.35
    • Fiberdyne
      • 1000 ft for $270.00
    • CXTec
      • 1000 ft for $420.00
    • CSP
      • 1000 ft for $330.00
optical fiber cont 5
Optical Fiber Cont (5)
  • Information was provided by:
    • (1) Gary Griffith
    • (2) Tim Mixell
coaxial cable 1
Coaxial Cable (1)
  • MicroWarehouse (1)
    • 6 ft 8.99
  • BlackBox
    • 10 ft 17.95
  • CovertCam
    • 6 ft 5.00
coaxial cable 2
Coaxial Cable (2)
  • MicroWarehouse (2)
    • 200 ft 49.99
  • BlackBox
    • 100 ft 44.95
  • CovertCam
    • 100 ft 28.50
coaxial cable 3
Coaxial Cable (3)
  • PCConnection (2)
    • Belkin
      • 100 ft 27.95
  • Tech Broker
    • 100 ft 15.00
  • Gadgetpros
    • 100 ft 24.00
coaxial cable 4
Coaxial Cable (4)
  • Information was provided by:
    • (1) Rebecca Waldrop
    • (2) Mike VanMaanen
cable modems 1
Cable Modems (1)
  • Cable modems are available in Clarksville and are provided by Charter Communications, the base price for residential service is $29.95 a month, for businesses the base price is $99.95 a month. In Nashville they are provided by CommCast and the base price for residential is $39.95 a month and is not available for business’s yet.
cable modems 117
Cable Modems (1)
  • Cable modems vary in price by the download speed, the lowest price has a download speed in the 300k range with the next price increase is at 1M and 2M.
  • The modems can be leased for around $5.00 a month or purchased for $200.00, installation will run between $149.95 or free depending on the package you purchase.
cable modems 118
Cable Modems (1)
  • The maximum upstream speed is 128k and the highest downstream speed is 10M, but they only offer a price for the 2M.
  • Connection is made either by a USB port or a Ethernet Card, from the discussion in class Charter prefers to use the Ethernet connection.
  • Right now most of the users are residential.
cable modems 2
Cable Modems (2)
  • Cable Internet is available in both Clarksville and Nashville. In Clarksville it is available through Charter Communications. The price is per month and are as follows:

$69.95 512 Kbps Upstream 3096 Kbps Downstream

$49.95 256 Kbps Upstream 2048 Kbps Downstream

$39.95 128 Kbps Upstream 1024 Kbps Downstream

$29.95 128 Kbps Upstream 384 Kbps Downstream

cable modems 220
Cable Modems (2)

The modem rental is $3.95 per month with a contract and $9.95 per month without a contract and is connected usually with a NIC card.

The business rates are different but I was not able to get a quote because it is based on the actual business address.

cable modems 221
Cable Modems(2) 

In Nashville it is available through Comcast. It is $44.95 per month, which includes modem rental for 128 Kbps upstream and 1.5 Mbps downstream. Without the modem rental it is $39.95 per month. A modem can be purchased for $100 at the kiosk outside of Dillards at Cool Springs Galleria. The cost for hookup is $49.95 and is done using a NIC card.

cable modem information
Cable Modem Information
  • Mike VanMaanen
  • Mandi Hull
isdn 1
ISDN (1)
  • Is the service available in Clarksville? Nashville?   If so: who provides the service and what is the cost (by month, by hour etc) Is the cost the same for residential vs. business?
    • Yes the service is available in both areas. There are two types of service
    •  ISDN Primary Rate Interface service
    • A BRI offers 2 B channels and 1 D channel
    •  ISDN Basic Rate Interface service
    • A PRI offers 23 B channels for voice, video and data traffic via a 1.544M bit/sec T-1 line. The 24th channel, the D channel, is used for signaling.
isdn 2
ISDN (2)
  • http://www.bellsouth.com/business/products_services/data_ISDN.html
  • page 6 gives the break down of cost for residential, pages 7-9 gives the break down for commercial. As shown in the tables the cost is quit different between residential and business.
isdn 3
ISDN(3)
  • Even if the service is not available, find out a range of costs for an ISDN connector.
  • Depending on the equipment to be used ranges can start at ~$200 up to $10,000. This can be only a part to a complete system if using the PRI connection.
  • Will 1 ISDN line also provide voice phone service? Explain your answer.
  • Yes it will and depending on the type of ISDN connection you can have up to 23 channels for voice or data. The medium is separated into channels, while having the correct hardware you can be connected for data communication and still receive a voice call.
isdn 4
ISDN (4)
  • What is the maximum transmission rate upsteam? downstream?.
    • The speeds are for both upstream and downstream. 
  • BRI transfer speeds:
    • 64 Kbps or
    • 128 Kbps
    • PRI transfer speeds:
    • 64 Kbps(per channel) up to 1.544 Mbps
isdn 5
ISDN (5)
  • How is ISDN interfaced to a PC? (ex. serial port, USB, NIC etc)
    • A NT1(Network Termination-1) adapter is needed to connect the outside line to any device utilizing the service. Then a terminal adapter by the device using the service is needed which allows the connection of the analog devices be connected to the service. Depending on the equipment selected, the interface can be via a serial port or USB or there are cards that can be placed in a system to make the connection.
isdn 6
ISDN (6)
  • ·Between business and home users who is the primary user of ISDN?
  • With the up swing of DSL and cable modems, the call for residential ISDN has dwindled dramatically. For business, the PRI is becoming a highly requested and utilized service. ISP’s utilize the PRI connection for their dialup services; where as other businesses will utilize the connection into their PBX. The PRI is similar to the T1 connection.
isdn information
ISDN Information
  • (1) Robert Sean Colp
  • (2) Tim Mixell
dsl 1
DSL (1)
  • DSL is available in Clarksville, Nashville, depending mainly on how far away you are located from the switch at the phone company. ADSL and SDSL are available in Clarksville and Nashville through Bellsouth. The chart on the next page shows the main differences between ADSL and SDSL included connect ability and prices.
dsl 2
DSL (2)
  • Is service available in Clarsville? Nashville? If so, what type of service ADSL, SDSL, etc.? What is the difference? Who provides the service and what is the cost (by month, by hour, etc.)?
  • Bell South is offering ADSL service in Clarksville and Nashville. They only have ADSL service in these areas and not all of Clarksville or Nashville can get this service yet; it depends on what area you are in and whether they have the service ready for your area. The difference between ADSL and SDSL is that ADSL will have faster down load speeds and lower upload speeds; SDSL will have fast download speeds and equally as fast upload speeds.
dsl 235
DSL (2)
  • There should also be a difference between ADSL and SDSL in expense, which is why (I am assuming) that BellSouth is only offering ADSL in this area; ADSL should cost less than SDSL. As for cost… I was told that Bell South is currently offering a promotional deal for residential users. The deal involves buying a DSL modem which is normally $75.00 and getting a $75.00 rebate back, so that the modem is actually free. Also, they are offering the third month of service free which is to help offset the $50.00 service fee to have a technician come out and work on the outside wiring of your business or residence. There is no installation fee as you are expected to “install” (hook up the modem) yourself. The monthly fee for residential users is 49.95.
dsl 236
DSL (2) 
  • Is the cost the same for residential vs. business? 
    • No, the cost is not the same for residential and business. Businesses are charged $79.95 per month and residential users are charged $49.95 per month.
dsl 237
 DSL (2)
  • What is the maximum transmission rate?

Download speeds are 1.5 mb maximum. Upload speeds are 256 kb maximum.

  • How is DSL interfaced to your PC?

There are two choices. It can be interfaced through the USB port or it can be interfaced through a NIC.

dsl 238
 DSL (2)
  • Between business and home users who is the primary user of DSL?
  • I called several different departments of Bell South to get my information. This question got several different answers. First I was told that there are more business users than residential users. Then I was told that there are slightly more residential users than business users, but they are fairly close in numbers. I was also told that residential users are usually homes with young children and that they are usually homes that have more than one computer.
dsl 239
DSL (2)
  • I am guessing from the information that I got that business users and residential users are fairly close in numbers, however I would also hazard a guess that it may be difficult for the company providing the service to distinguish between the two types of users in some cases due to the expanding number of “home businesses”. I would further suggest that perhaps some small home business users might sign up for residential service due to the difference in price for business and residential services.
dsl information
DSL Information
  • (1) Adam Browning
  • (2) Dawn Coulter
t1 t3 1
T1- T3 (1)
  • Looked at two sources: Bellsouth and Cinergy Communications. Both provided T1 to Clarksville, neither provides T3. The speed rated for a dedicated T1 is 1.544 megabits. T3 does 44.736 megabits. Obviously due to pricing, T1 and T3 are primarily used for businesses.
  • Cinergy rates for a full 24 channel T1 with 1 year contract is $455.65 per month.
t1 t3 142
T1-T3 (1)
  • T1 can be implemented to a network by using specialized switches/routers to the network. T1 is brought in from ISP provider into a CSU/DSU (or sometimes a DSLAM is DSL is implemented off the frac T1.) This equipment is provided by the ISP provider but the network has to provide the switch/router.
t1 t3 2
T1-T3 (2)

T1 and T3 service is provided to Clarksville through AT&T. The main differences between T1 & T3 are access speed and cost. T1 has a maximum speed of 1.5 megabits/sec and cost of $1190/month. T3 has a maximum speed of 44.7 megabits/sec and a cost of $2100/month. AT&T has a node for T1 access located 34 miles from Clarksville. We are at the outer limit 34 miles for access.

t1 t3 244
T1-T3 (2)

AT&T would install a router at your home or place of buisness to access the T1 line. Your network would connect to the router. AT&T would provide a technician for installation of the router. The PC’s would need ethernet card or USB port. They normally charge a $1000 activation fee which would be waivered at this time. T1 and T3 are primarily used by buisnesses because of the need for fast access and the cost involved, although AT&T said they had installed some T1 access in private homes.

t1 t3 information
T1-T3 Information
  • John Leo
  • Gary Griffith