Voice cabling is the primary step in installing a land-based phone line, modem or analog line. This wiring is essential for telephone cabling as well as for other network applications that allow for spoken communication or other voice services over long distances. Voice cabling uses voice-grade wire and standard telephone jacks to connect telephone landlines to local communication systems.
As well as main carriers throughout the UK, private business networks also require typical voice cable, such as a CW1128 & CW1308 from 1 Pair to 4,800 Pair for analogue and digital telephony, these cables consist of unshielded twisted-pair composed in either concentric or unit construction. This means that there are either layers or banks of twisted cables that are sheathed in polyethylene or a low smoke variant and can also be armoured. Traditionally at each end the insulated conductors are affixed into insulation displacement contacts either onto a connector strip or a patch panel, which allows the cable to be plugged or jumpered to extend or provide cross connectivity.
Line Electrification & Insulation testing will ensure that any copper conductor cabling system accommodates consideration for all line constants to ensure any voice cable provides reliability for the user, installation and telecommunications compliance are considered with utmost importance in setting up new voice cabling, any fault liability could provide breakdown at any given point in the voice cabling network can equal a general failure in the entire system, it is imperative that a cabling system is both professionally installed and well supported, CABLING-UK are experts in this area ensuring full technical support is available as and when required.