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- Cable companies want your Internet business. Goldblatt, Dan // Business News New Jersey;04/13/98, Vol. 11 Issue 15, p11
Reports that cable companies in New Jersey are mounting a challenge to Internet service providers to surf and communicate over their lines. Cost of cable modem service installation in a business; Examples of companies offering cable modem service; Amount spent by the cable industry to upgrade...
- Open Access: What's At Stake? Barrett, Randy; Bannan, Karen J. // Inter@ctive Week;08/02/99, Vol. 6 Issue 31, p70
Discusses the dispute on whether to use or not use the United States' cable system to provide customers of Internet service providers with high-speed service via AT&T facilities. Views of supporters; Opinions of providers against the issue. INSETS: Point-Counterpoint;Legislating Open...
- Practicing safe spending. Dziatkiewicz, Mark // America's Network;9/1/94, Vol. 98 Issue 17, p14
Discusses various aspects of telecommunications product, innerducts or condoms for cables. Introduction in 1981; Features; Technological innovations.
- Finding the culprit in Category 5 links gone bad. Lemay, Sue // Cabling Installation & Maintenance;Oct95, Vol. 3 Issue 10, p47
Offers advise on how to solve problems associated with category 5 wiring linkages. Solution; Procedure; Importance of visual inspection.
- Wiring residences. Ballast, Donna // Cabling Installation & Maintenance;May97, Vol. 5 Issue 6, p50
Presents a question-and-answer advisory on cabling installation and maintenance. Cabling for a small network of microcomputers for two houses; Chart comparing the United States' standard for American Wire Gauge (AWG) to the European circular mils; Use of category 5 wires in the home.
- Measuring tape eases cable routing through walls. Tjotjos, Nick // Cabling Installation & Maintenance;Aug97, Vol. 5 Issue 9, p35
Provides information on how to install cable routing through walls. Problem when fish tape bends or turns; Use of tape measure to provide straightness and rigidity needed; Procedure for installing.
- Installing cable in an uninsulated wall. Snyder, Steve // Cabling Installation & Maintenance;Aug97, Vol. 5 Issue 9, p36
Offers a tip for installing cable in an uninsulated wall. Tendency of cable to curb back or get caught in electrical conduit; Weighting cable with a piece of string and bolt attached to it; Steps for preparing the bolt.
- Cable-hanging hardware supports horizontal cabling runs. McLaughlin, Patrick // Cabling Installation & Maintenance;Jan1998, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p74
Looks at various cable hanging hardware available in the United States. Benefits of the hook-and-loop cable hangers offered by A'n D Cable Products Inc. and Rip-Tie Co.; Metal trays manufactured by Cable Management Solutions.
- Product update: Cable hanging hardware. // Cabling Installation & Maintenance;Jan1998, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p78
Presents a chart reflecting cable-hanging hardware available in the United States. Includes company; Contact information; Model number and product name; Cable-support method; Method by which cable is mounted to the building structure.