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October 2000
If you really want to be a low-voltage wiring specialist, closed-circuit television (CCTV) surveillance is the perfect place to start. READ MORE
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October 2000
In the past, whenever I trained a group of technicians about fiber testing, I would ask if anyone knew what OTDR stood for. READ MORE
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October 2000
The first release of “TIA-570-Residential Telecommunications Cabling Standard” was published in May 1991. READ MORE
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October 2000
In classrooms throughout North America, designers, installers, and electricians are getting extensive structured premise cabling training from Nordx/CDT, Pointe-Claire, Quebec READ MORE
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October 2000
Judging by the responses to NECA’s online “Code Question of the Day (CQD),” gas piping and its use in bonding and grounding sure generated controversy and explosive comentary. READ MORE

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