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#8506 - 03/23/02 09:28 PM telephone  
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I have been whanting to learn more about telephone lines. Recently i got a call on putting a phone system in for a car dearlership i turned it down because im in the dark about all those lines and equipment. Does anyone know a site that can help me or maybe even a book . It would be appreciated greatly. Im whanting to expand my buisness by learning more about this topic. Thanks


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#8507 - 03/24/02 05:23 PM Re: telephone  
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http://www.bicsi.com

I have been doing maintenance electrical for about 11+ years.

6 years ago I added data /telecom to the resume.

One of the best decisions I've ever made.

Good luck.


#8508 - 03/24/02 06:38 PM Re: telephone  
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You'll probably find info on data/com training at your local supply house. I found Leviton offers good classes. Good Luck!


#8509 - 03/25/02 12:35 AM Re: telephone  
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P&S also offers some training on low voltage systems. My state requires a seperate license for any work under 90v, which I have. As for books, BICSI is the low voltage equivelent of the NEC. It is the main source of codes and requirements for telcos and voice/data installations. My company does a great deal of voice, data, video and audio installs. It brings about twice the profit of the standard electrical outlet.



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