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Subject: Re: American vs foreign electrical parts and installations
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Date: Sun, 15 Sep 2002 20:32:27 -0230
NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 15 Sep 2002 19:04:12 EDT
Organization: Bell Sympatico
John Hall wrote:
> On Sun, 15 Sep 2002 21:04:04 +0200, Rene Tschaggelar
> >Even newer houses, say 20 years old don't have the now necessary
> >number of outlets. And I really miss a built-in LAN, or customer
> >friendly cable channels for selffitting.
> When/if I build another house, it will have sufficient empty conduit
> space to allow easy installation of whatever becomes necessary or
> desirable in the future. We can't install today what we will need
> twenty years hence, so "planning for the unplanned" is probably the
> best we can do.
> I sometimes wonder if a similar idea should be applied to cities -
> rather than rip up the road every few months or years, build a
> "utility tunnel" that can be shared by several services (though some
> may not be compatible for reasons of safety etc.)
> John W Hall
> Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
> "Helping People Prosper in the Information Age"
Good thinking John:
Reminds me: Someone posted within last couple of years on one of
the various news groups that disused old gas mains in some UK
town/city were now being used as conduits for modern fibre optic
cables! Smart eh? Why make another hole through the ground?
Maybe in twenty years time even our electric power will be
delvered by an optic cable???? Don't stand near the end of that
cable ..... Zap!!!! :-)
Terry from Newfoundland!
PS. Years ago saw a telephone circuit that used two old pole line
power conductors. And another that used a piece of under water
telegraph cable for one conductor and one of three disused (and
damaged!) under water power conductors to get one, very noisy,
telephone circuit across to an island! Later replaced by six
gigahertz microwave radio!
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