Class Information

Cable & Connector Properties (EST105B)

Schedule Schedule
Starts Open
Ends Open

The purpose of this course is to educate participants about the types of cable and connectors, and their industry standards, used in low-voltage installations. Topics covered in this course include cable type, construction, impedance, attenuation, and proper termination.

At the conclusion of this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify the physical construction of cables and wires through the use of basic industry terminology
  • Describe the characteristics of cable performance metrics including: interference, bandwidth, throughput, and attenuation
  • Compare and Contrast the construction, performance, and connector types for the various cables; Coaxial, General Purpose, twisted pair, fiber optic, and specialty cable which includes USB, DVI, HDMI, SDI, and Display Port

CEU Value: 2.0

Get Started
By registering for this class you are agreeing to CEDIA Training Terms and Conditions