November Issue 2000

 


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| November 2000
It has the potential to be a classic cartoon: an electrician with a run of co-ax coming in on the left that needs to link to a run of fiber going out on the right.

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| November 2000
In Part I of this two-part article (EC October 2000) on development of fuel cells, we described the basic technology and answered some frequently asked questions.

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| November 2000
Few things become less complicated over time. Lighting is no exception.

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| November 2000
Fire protection is serious business. Fire, smoke, and toxic fumes take a terrible toll in lives and property every year.

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| November 2000
There are people out there, working in not-so-quiet corners of the construction industry, trying to shape your future.

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