April Issue 2000

 


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| April 2000
It seemed like a simple run-of-the-mill question when first presented. So, let's run it again.

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| April 2000
A large telecommunications company authorized a study to determine which insulation materials to employ on wiring in its central offices.

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| April 2000
A recent article in Electrical Contractor restated a number of common beliefs about fiber and copper cabling. Copper is slow, fiber is fast.

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| April 2000
As the saying around the oases in Arabia goes, once one lets the camel's nose into the tent, the rest of the camel is sure to follow.

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| April 2000
Determining material costs can be the least confusing part of the estimating process. Sources for material prices may range from anticipated to precise.

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