Safety First How To Create A Safe Office Environment

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While the issue of workplace safety is often associated with risky environments or those who perform manual labor tasks like heavy-lifting or factory work, providing a safe, comfortable place for office employees is just as essential. Because an office is a contained, highly-controllable environment, unlike a factory or outdoor work, most worker’s comp accidents that […]


Choose The Right Stand For A 42 Inch Lcd Tv

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Unless you’re mounting your new 42 inch LCD TV on the wall or on the ceiling, you’ll need a solid and reliable stand to support it. Many TVs come furnished with an appropriate stand, but some require that the stand be purchased separately. If the manufacturer furnishes your 42 inch LCD TV stand, and it […]


What Do You Need To Set Up Your Own Home Entertainment System

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So if you’ve decided that you want to take the plunge and install a home entertainment system in your house, exactly what equipment should you get? This can be complicated, especially when it comes to hooking it all up, but as long as you do a little research before you buy anything you should be […]


Using Fiber Patch Cables

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Fiber patch cables are the backbone of the fiber optics industry. These fiber patch cables are strands of optically pure glass as thin as human hair. These cables carry information via mode of transmission of light. Short patch leads usually made with stranded wire are flexible patch cables. The fiber patch cables are used to […]


What Is Esata

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eSATA is an example of an extension to current serial ATA standards. The main function of eSATA is to make it possible for SATA drives to be attached externally, creating a wider network of functionality by combining the power of each of the drives. Relatively new, eSATA means that it is possible to engage in […]


The World Of Fiber Optics

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The Principle of fiber optics is based on transmission of data by means of light. Concept of fiber optics was first conceived by Claude Chappe in 1790’s. His idea for fiber optics was based on an optical telegraph concept invented by Graham Bell also tried the means to send information by the atmosphere but did […]


Troubleshooting A Noisey Pa System

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When your band plays in different locations on a regular basis, noise in your P.A. system is a very common, and sometimes a very difficult problem to solve. Noise comes from many sources. Some of the most common ones are: 1. Poor cables on the inputs 2. Fluorescent lights 3. Dimmers 4. Poor design, particularly […]


Computer Desks Think Before You Buy

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Many people buy a computer, only to find that it doesn’t really fit anywhere. They can be big, awkwardly-shaped things, with a whole collection of wires and gadgets that all need somewhere to stand. The solution is to get a computer desk. They don’t cost much, and they’re specially designed to hold all the peripherals […]


Say Hello To Fiber Optic Cables And Goodbye To Copper Cables

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In today’s world copper wired cables are being replaced by fiber optic cables. Fiber optic cables are spanning the long distances between phone systems and also provide backbone for many network systems. The three types of most commonly used fiber optic cables are single mode, multi mode and plastic fiber optic cables. Fiber optic cables […]


Finding A Bar Code Printer For You

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For years, I used handmade price tags in my small business. This was not only time consuming in terms of creating the price tags, it also made it difficult to keep track of my inventory. Bar code printing, in any business, can bar code printing reduce costs, improve data management and accessibility, and increase productivity. […]


Cisco Ccna Ccnp Home Lab Tutorial A Guide To Cable Types

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When you’re putting your CCNA and/or CCNP home lab together, you’re not just buying routers and switches you’re creating a blueprint for success. There is no better way to learn about how real Cisco routers and switches work than to work with the real thing! Of course, it’s not enough to just get the routers […]


Cisco Ccna Ccnp Home Lab Tutorial The Many Cable Types And Their Purposes

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One of the most common questions I get from CCNA and CCNP candidates who are setting up their own home labs is “What cables will I need?” The answer is “It depends.” As you know from your exam studies, the physical layout of your lab is what determines the cables you’ll need. Let’s take a […]


Cisco Ccna Ccnp Certification Exam Cabling Your Home Lab

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More CCNA and CCNP candidates than ever before are putting together their own home labs, and there’s no better way to learn about Cisco technologies than working with the real thing. Getting the routers and switches is just part of putting together a great CCNA / CCNP home lab, though. You’ve got to get the […]


Hdtv Introduction

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Are you looking to buy a HDTV? Take a look at our guide to find out what HDTV is about. 1. What does HDTV stand for? High Definition Television 2. What is HTDV? It is a new technology and way of filming that has a higher bit depth resolution and gives you a sense or […]


Category 5 Cable Category 5e Cable

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In the technological world we live in today we are all interconnected through millions of cables whether they can be seen or not. What we will be looking into today is the intercal design and purpose of two special cables called Category 5 cable and category 6 cable. Category 5 cable, commonly known as Cat […]


Design Your Electrical Lamp

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We’ve got a little theme going: designs formed from their mechanical parts. The Electrical Lamp, by designer Tommy Dykes, is made from an old electrical cable which runs from outlet to electrical bulb, with the body molded around a used wine bottle. The eco-lamp comes with a super-efficient electrical bulb that provides up to 50,000 […]


Hdmi And Dvi Similarities And Differences

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If you just acquired a new HD television, a television complete and equipped with the right HDMI connectors for attaching a DVD or Blue Ray disk player with HDMI interface, you will definitely need a the right kind of HDMI cable to make the connection. Other wise you won’t be able to use the high […]


Enhance Your Home Theater Experience With Hdmi Cables

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A top quality home theater isn’t only about high-definition televisions and DVD players. It’s also about the cables used to transmit programming through to these products. A type of cable that’s proving to be a winner in excellent quality is the HDMI cable. HDMI stands for High-Definition Multimedia Interface, which is an audio/video connector interface […]


How To Choose A Home Theater System

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When choosing a home theater system one must first consider there budget. In years past a home theater system was for only the rich, but with improvements in technology, home theater system are available for almost any budget. Costs range from $299 to $30,000 or more, depending on the components chosen and the size of […]


Home Theatre What Difference Do Cables Make

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If you go to your local home theater store, you may be confronted by a variety of “extreme” sounding names for cabling: Mega Cables, Monster Cables, Uber Cables… the proliferation of “boutique” cabling is always a source of controversy in home theater and audiophile circles. The question is, how much difference do they make, and […]