September Issue 2000

 


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| September 2000
By now, you know the big attraction of Gigabit Ethernet: it packages information just like classic Ethernet but moves the bits 100 times faster.

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Staff
| September 2000
It’s not enough to offer customers an installed telecommunications infrastructure.

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Staff
| September 2000
The expansion of high-speed copper data cabling options—from Category 5 into Enhanced Category 5e, Category 6, and a multitude of proprietary classification schemes—has left c

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Staff
| September 2000
Tapping a smaller conductor from a larger conductor is common in many electrical installations.

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Staff
| September 2000
Does the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recognize fall restraint as an alternative to fall protection?

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