IbDNInternet-Based Distributed Navigation
IbDNIntegrated Building Distribution Network (US West)
IbDNInternational Burden of Disease Network (est. 1998)
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The cables are a part of the Belden IBDN System 3600, which delivers 280 MHz of usable channel bandwidth while surpassing Category 6 requirements as per the TIA/EIA-568-B.2-1 standard.
The IBDN System 10GX cabling system components include: 10GX cables, 10GX modular cords and 10GX 1U 48-port ultra high-density patch panels.
All Belden IBDN networking system components are engineered to exacting specifications and manufactured under stringent quality controls.
The IbDN SDK can be used by original equipment manufacturers and telecommunications and telematics operators to develop, integrate and implement wireless navigation applications into their existing platform and terminal solutions.
Belden CDT Networking's entry into this product category is its Belden IBDN System 10GX, which the company's Bill Miller says was designed "unlike other 10-Gigabit Ethernet offerings currently on the market."
The Internet-based Distributed Navigation Lite (IbDN Lite) service, which will be downloadable to all hand-held or vehicle-mounted personal digital assistants (PDAs), is designed to provide both motorists and pedestrians with turn-by-turn navigation from departure to final destination - supported by voice and graphic directions.
The line of IBDN FiberExpress Secure/Keyed LC products allows for physical segregation of network segments in secure fiber cabling infrastructures.
NORDX/CDT was the supplier for the cabling system, and a NORDX/COMPEL team installed an IBDN System 1200 and a GigaBIX cross-connect system.
"Performance must be measured and compared in the context of an installed system," points out Paul Kish, chair of the TINEIA TR-42 engineering committee on user premises telecommunications infrastructure, and director of IBDN systems and standards with Montreal-based cable and connector firm NORDX/CDT (www.nordx.com).
NORDX/CDT renames its industry-leading line of gigabit cables: the IBDN GigaFlex Cables.
For fiber-to-the-desk, Bell Canada selected the IBDN FiberExpress for optimum cabling, a standards-compliant (TIA/ EIA TSB-72) centralized fiber solution that concentrates switches and hubs in a single equipment room.
THE IBDN 4800LX CABLE from NORDX/CDT sets a new performance benchmark that exceeds the CAT 6 proposal.