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    This book will help you get your home wired for high tech, wireless networks, hardwired or just a simple telephone itís all within the pages.

    Data, Voice, and Video Cabling
    Wiring Computer networks and telephones in your home can be a challenge , and this updated book addresses the latest developments in premises cabling, including wireless networks. The ďhands onĒ processes used in the installation of data, voice, and video cabling are observed using minimal theory and liberal practical advice. A logical format that separates key concepts into specific sections minimizes confusion between the unique installation practices among the different technologies. This book covers coax, telephone, and Cat 3 and Cat 5 LAN cabling and more. Great information for the do it yourself network. New and Used Copies Available




    - Author: Jim Hayes, Paul Rosenberg
    - Publisher: Cengage Delmar Learning
    - Pub. Date: July 2004
    - Edition Number: 1
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    - Rating: 5 of 5 Lightning Bolts -



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