Infrastructure Insights

Oct. 1, 2017
Adalberto Trejo, a telecommunications specialist with Certified Telecom in Rio Grande City, TX, sent in these photos, all exemplifying a favorite, and perennial, editorial desk theme here at Cabling Installation & Maintenance and CablingInstall.com. And that theme is: What not to do. We’ll let the photos and captions as provided speak for themselves. Thanks Adalberto!

What not to do redux:

Must-see photos

Adalberto Trejo, a telecommunications specialist with Certified Telecom in Rio Grande City, TX, sent in these photos, all exemplifying a favorite, and perennial, editorial desk theme here at Cabling Installation & Maintenance and CablingInstall.com. And that theme is: What not to do. We’ll let the photos and captions as provided speak for themselves. Thanks Adalberto!

Send your must-see cabling photos to [email protected].

Home-made 66 block.
Bad cabling by the company installing phone system. The white plenum cable is mine. The blue one is theirs. Rather than run their cable to the desired destination, they cut my cable and connected their cable to mine. I guess they were too tired to run cable that day.
Something you don't want to do...never tie your cable to a power line.

Matt Vincent, Senior Editor, [email protected]

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