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In today's world of communication the need to have a professionally installed telephone and computer network has never been greater. It is important that the end result provide you with a system that not only meets today's demands but can be expanded to fit your future needs. It is also important that you hire a company that knows the ever-changing landscape of the cabling field and has the training and experience to get the job done right.

We are looking into the Future:

Multi-fiber array connectors lend themselves to ribbon cable technology, simplifying migration to parallel optics in emerging technologies 40 and 100Gigs.

Array patch cords are designed to enable a migration path for parallel 100Gs Ethernet transmission schemes. Two 12 fiber array patch cords will be needed, one that uses all its fibers as a transmission path (Tx) and the other that uses all its fibers in a receive path (Rx). Looking at the 100Gig Ethernet circuit from the other direction the same is true except that orientation of transition direction is the opposite.


Our experience includes hours of study and training in the infrastructure; theory and principles of Fiber Optics, Data Center-Cable Designs, Data Center-Cable Solutions, Testing and Measurements.


ANSI/TIA-568-C.3 Optical Fiber Cabling

Specifies the components and transmission requirements for an optical fiber cabling system. Document is harmonized with the ISO 11801 nomenclature for cable transmission performance (Attenuation/Bandwidth).

  • OM1, OM2, and OM3 for MM (multimode optical fiber)
  • OS1 and OS2 for SM (single-mode optical fiber)

(Laser-Optimized 50/125µm included in the document OM3 Addendum 1. 10 GB/s serial transmission up to 300m [984ft] using 850 nominal wavelength lasers)

ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-B Categories of Horizontal Cabling

  • Category 3: This designation applies to balanced twisted-pair cable and connection hardware that is recognized in the ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-B.1 standard for voice applications but is not recommended for new installations. The characteristics of these cables are specified up to 16MHz. They are typically used for voice and data transmission rated up to 10 Mb/s(10BASE-T)
  • Category 5e: The characteristics of category 5e cabling components are specified up to 100 MHz, with additional transmission parameters necessary to support applications that use all four pairs in the cable for simultaneous bidirectional transmission (IEEE 802.3 1000BASE-T)
  • Category 6: Have a bandwidth of 200 MHz (power sum attenuation to crosstalk ratio [PSACR] >0)and parameters that are specified up to 250 MHz. Category 6 cabling is intended to support more demanding applications, including broadband video, and more robust performance for gigabit applications. It is positioned to support future multigigabit applications that take advantage of the extended bandwidth and improved SNR. (IEEE 802.3 1000BASE-T) Keep in mind that different manufactures offer different attributes all the way up from 200-350 to 500 MHz headroom over TIA and ISO category 6 requirements.
  • Category 6a: Exceptional PS-ACR and PSAACRF (PSAELFEXT) performance. Assurance for 10 Gigabit Ethernet and multiple high-bandwidth applications. PoE and PoE+ ready.

Our Experience Also Includes

Hands on large projects between countless small to medium projects:
  • The Enron Field (Minute Maid Park)
  • Cy-Fair ISD
  • Feigin Center Expansion (TCH Medical Center)
This project included adding eight floors including a telecommunications equipment room.


No job is too large or too small from medical or government contracts to small business, Genesis Cabling Solutions, LLC offers experience, responsibility, and dedication to make your workplace more efficient.



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