• Networks
  • In general, every telecommunications network conceptually consists of three parts, or planes (so called because they can be thought of as being, and often are, separate overlay networks): The data plane (also user plane, bearer plane, or forwarding plane) carries the network's users' traffic, the actual payload. (wikipedia.org)
  • cables
  • In telecommunications power cables identified as Class I, the multiple strands of small-diameter wire strands may consist of 24 to 34 AWG strands wound together per ASTM B172. (wikipedia.org)
  • Telecommunications power cables use RHH or RHW type insulation materials as defined in NFPA 70┬«, National Electrical Code┬«, for use in dry, damp, and wet locations. (wikipedia.org)
  • cable
  • Telecommunications power cable products, as described in Telcordia GR-347, consist of a stranded copper conductor used in AC/DC circuits up to 600 V that are insulated with non-halogen, limited smoke, polyolefin materials that are heat-resistant, moisture-resistant, and flame-retardant. (wikipedia.org)