October Issue 2000

 


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| October 2000
People have been talking about a hydrogen economy for many years, one driven by the cheapest, most common, nonpolluting element in the universe.

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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.

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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.

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| October 2000
Valuable equipment installed on rooftops requires careful and specific grounding in order to be protected and to function as intended.

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| October 2000
Many see home networking as a huge potential market. Contractors with a memory might confuse this boomlet with the home automation flop of the early- and mid-1990s.

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