Telecommunications Cable Splicing, 2E
by John Highhouse
Written by technicians, for technicians, A Guide for
Telecommunications Cable Splicing, 2nd Edition is a valuable,
It covers all aspects of outside plant cables and splicing, from
copper drops to FTTH, with a special emphasis on the “how-to”
of setup, splicing, and troubleshooting.
Updated to include the very latest industry trends and
information, the second edition also features an all-new glossary of
terms, as well as new and enhanced coverage of copper and fiber
closures, 50 micron fiber, and both analog and digital carrier
Ideal for both novice and experienced technicians, this is an
invaluable addition to any telecommunications library.
- High-quality photographs depict actual cables to
illustrate and emphasize key processes
- Full color illustrations on inside covers
provide color codes for reference.
- Step-by-step examples of proper splicing
techniques are integrated into the content to allow
for easier comprehension of multi-step tasks
- Objectives and review questions open and close
each chapter to reinforce critical information
- Appendices offer manufacturers' copper cable and
fiber splice closure instructions so readers can
easily reference this need-to-know material
About the Author:
John Highhouse is a professor of Industrial
Training/Telecommunications Technology at Lincoln Trail College in
Illinois. He has written several articles on fiber optics and
telecommunications for a variety of trade journals..
2011 NEC & Related