October Issue 2000

 


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| October 2000
Having specialized in residential electrical wiring design and installation for many years, I felt excited about the opportunity to jump into the residential communications wi

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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
During the1999 National Electrical Code (NEC) cycle, Code-Making Panel 3 (CMP-3) accepted a revision to Section 300-5(d) that reads: “Service laterals that are not encased in

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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

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| October 2000
Each state has its own laws governing commercial transactions. This diversity has created problems among the states.

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