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Do You Need to Upgrade T1, DS3, 3DS3 or OC-3 Microwave Radio to Ethernet?

The most widely accepted form of data communications – Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) – is finding itself poised for replacement. With so many more forms of communications technology becoming IP compatible, many corporations are moving to upgrade their systems to compensate. The end date for TDM is not tomorrow but

How to Fix a Short Circuit

For the most part, electrical circuits are designed for the normal amount of current allowed in your home or business. Many time there’s even a rating on your circuit breaker or outlet to remind you of what it can handle. However, sometimes that load can be exceeded and your circuit

Troubleshooting Your Circuit Breaker

Your circuit breaker keeps tripping. You reset it and, almost immediately, it trips again. You’ve checked the circuits for overused outlets and your devices are well-maintained. As far as it can assessed, there aren’t any viable shorts or faults, yet the breaker is constantly going off. What’s going on with

Common Problems with the Harris TruePoint System

The Harris TruePoint system uses a series of point-to-point digital radios, providing a highly reliable means of communication and data transfer over an extended distance and for a wide range of frequencies, ranging from 6 to 38 GHz. These radios run on a common platform that allow for a wide

Common Network Complications

Transferring data from one computer to another can be a seemingly simple task, but that data can sometimes pass through dozens, or even hundreds, of components first. Network performance can be affected by both the computers on the network as well as the network itself. There are several sources of