Laying out the Wire
First we lay out the wire above ground and connect it to the transmitter box to check that everything is working before we start burying the wire.
Start by laying out the sections of wire along the path indicated in your plan. As you lay out the sections of wire, Leave about 20% extra wire to allow for burying. Use twisted pair wire in the twisted pair wire sections, and ordinary single strand boundary wire for the boundary sections.
Now splice all the sections of wire together and connect them to the transmitter box. Power on the transmitter box. The transmitter should should show that everything is ok (usually indicated by a green light). If the system indicates there is a problem (usully an alarm or flashing light), check that all the sections of wire are properly joined so that current can flow and check the wiring layout to make sure the wire forms a loop.
Now test the system using a collar to double check that everything is operational. When you approach the boundary the collar should beep.
When everything is working, power off the system, disconnect all the sections of wire and proceed to the next section on burying the wire.