Questions about: cabling

Because you only hook up what you have to, to avoid signal loss. If you're serious about getting HD to all your jacks, you should probably look into getting a powered splitter. Otherwise, you just want a small passive splitter in a good MHz range
All this "glorified medicine cabinet" talk is a little bit uncalled for. These are actually called "Structured Media Enclosures" by the manufacturers, and for many (most or virtually all) home networking and video distribution installations they're a
You should not be splicing lamp wires outside the fixture or lamp. If you need to splice in the middle of a run you should replace the cord. Inside a fixture or lamp no heat shrink is required or needed
I am interconnecting some strip lights in a closet. They are linkable LED fixtures which each come with a connector cable to link, optionally, to additional fixtures. The connector cables are a bit short for what I have in mind, but I need to use the
I have a project to run around 40 lan cables in loft style office. The office don't have any conduit attached to ceiling at all. The location of RJ45 Jacks is multiple
A wireless access point is a device that helps laptops and other devices that use wireless Ethernet connect to a network. An outdoor wireless access point is designed to work in all climates and has antennas that are powerful enough to distribute gig
From an Engadget report: Mesh networking has become trendy for folks looking to fill every nook and cranny of their homes with Wi-Fi. So it should be no surprise that the makers of the most iconic router ever is unveiling its own system. The Linksys
1. 5 Volt LED Flashers #1: four circuits with description 1. 5v LED FLASHER: This is a very basic little circuit built around the LM3909 IC
I'm not sure where you live but US code calls for a minimum of #8 if you're using copper or #6 if you're using aluminum. There would be no advantage in using a larger wire size in this case because at 30ft you will have negligible losses. I don't kno