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  1. #1
    Mike150
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    Do you know what this is?


    Wonder what the inside looks like. Anyone have a photo?


    http://www.flickr.com/photos/49758533@N07/4564811450/

  2. #2
    ps56k
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    Re: Do you know what this is?


    "Mike150" <Mike150@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:hrf406$q2e$1@tor.albasani.net...
    >
    > Wonder what the inside looks like. Anyone have a photo?
    >
    >
    > http://www.flickr.com/photos/49758533@N07/4564811450/


    cable TV splice box -



  3. #3
    alexd
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    Re: Do you know what this is?

    On 30/04/10 18:28, Mike150 wrote:
    > Wonder what the inside looks like. Anyone have a photo?
    >
    >
    > http://www.flickr.com/photos/49758533@N07/4564811450/



    I don't *know*, but I'm going to hazard a guess that it's an enclosure
    for where two multicore cables have been spliced [or crimped] together.

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  4. #4
    haha
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    Re: Do you know what this is?

    alexd <troffasky@hotmail.com> wrote in news:hrf6sb$fi4$1
    @speranza.aioe.org:

    > On 30/04/10 18:28, Mike150 wrote:
    >> Wonder what the inside looks like. Anyone have a photo?
    >>
    >>
    >> http://www.flickr.com/photos/49758533@N07/4564811450/

    >
    >
    > I don't *know*, but I'm going to hazard a guess that it's

    an enclosure
    > for where two multicore cables have been spliced [or

    crimped] together.
    >


    Both answers are either wrong or not complete. Hint: A photo
    is not needed.

    And I thought the were wifi experts here. ;-)

  5. #5
    alexd
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    Re: Do you know what this is?

    On 01/05/10 01:30, haha wrote:

    >> On 30/04/10 18:28, Mike150 wrote:
    >>> Wonder what the inside looks like. Anyone have a photo?


    > Both answers are either wrong or not complete. Hint: A photo
    > is not needed.
    >
    > And I thought the were wifi experts here. ;-)


    Er, OK, if we're going for the absurdist angle, then I would say the
    answer is that the inside looks very dark.

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  6. #6
    Bob
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    Re: Do you know what this is?

    On 30/04/2010 18:28, Mike150 wrote:
    > Wonder what the inside looks like. Anyone have a photo?
    >
    >
    > http://www.flickr.com/photos/49758533@N07/4564811450/


    Possibly a fibre optic joint box.

    <http://top-ton.manufacturer.globalsources.com/si/
    6008830793033/LargeImage/Fiber-Optic-Splice/product_id-1030284267/action-GetProduct.htm?additional=true>





  7. #7
    Bob
    Guest

    Re: Do you know what this is?

    On 01/05/2010 09:02, Bob wrote:
    > On 30/04/2010 18:28, Mike150 wrote:
    >> Wonder what the inside looks like. Anyone have a photo?
    >>
    >>
    >> http://www.flickr.com/photos/49758533@N07/4564811450/

    >
    > Possibly a fibre optic joint box.
    >
    > <http://top-ton.manufacturer.globalsources.com/si/
    > 6008830793033/LargeImage/Fiber-Optic-Splice/product_id-1030284267/action-GetProduct.htm?additional=true>
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >

    Try again
    <http://top-ton.manufacturer.globalsources.com/si/6008830793033/LargeImage/Fiber-Optic-Splice/product_id-1030284267/action-GetProduct.htm?additional=true>

  8. #8
    Jeff Liebermann
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    Re: Do you know what this is?

    On Sat, 01 May 2010 09:05:09 +0100, Bob <bob@invalid.invalid> wrote:

    >> Possibly a fibre optic joint box.

    >Try again
    ><http://top-ton.manufacturer.globalsources.com/si/6008830793033/LargeImage/Fiber-Optic-Splice/product_id-1030284267/action-GetProduct.htm?additional=true>


    Yep. Fiber splice can commonly used by AT&T. There should also be a
    spare fiber storage loop nearby (so that splicing can be done on the
    ground instead of in the air). See photos at:
    <http://noc.ucsc.edu/CCBC/att-map.html>


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  9. #9
    hehe
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    Re: Do you know what this is?

    Jeff Liebermann <jeffl@cruzio.com> wrote in
    news:snoot598l52f5squamgniansijrih3u3oi@4ax.com:

    > On Sat, 01 May 2010 09:05:09 +0100, Bob

    <bob@invalid.invalid> wrote:
    >
    >>> Possibly a fibre optic joint box.

    >>Try again
    >><http://top-

    ton.manufacturer.globalsources.com/si/6008830793033/LargeIm
    >>age/Fiber-Optic-Splice/product_id-1030284267/action-

    GetProduct.htm?addi
    >>tional=true>

    >
    > Yep. Fiber splice can commonly used by AT&T. There should

    also be a
    > spare fiber storage loop nearby (so that splicing can be

    done on the
    > ground instead of in the air). See photos at:
    > <http://noc.ucsc.edu/CCBC/att-map.html>
    >
    >

    more than you'll ever know da da da da
    more than you'll ever see hehe hehe
    More than my heart could ever show

    try again expert


  10. #10
    Richard Johnson
    Guest

    Re: Do you know what this is?


    "hehe" <hehe@Use-Author-Supplied-Address.invalid> wrote in message
    news:hrihlf$3q1$1@tioat.net...
    > Jeff Liebermann <jeffl@cruzio.com> wrote in
    > news:snoot598l52f5squamgniansijrih3u3oi@4ax.com:
    >
    >> On Sat, 01 May 2010 09:05:09 +0100, Bob

    > <bob@invalid.invalid> wrote:
    >>
    >>>> Possibly a fibre optic joint box.
    >>>Try again
    >>><http://top-

    > ton.manufacturer.globalsources.com/si/6008830793033/LargeIm
    >>>age/Fiber-Optic-Splice/product_id-1030284267/action-

    > GetProduct.htm?addi
    >>>tional=true>

    >>
    >> Yep. Fiber splice can commonly used by AT&T. There should

    > also be a
    >> spare fiber storage loop nearby (so that splicing can be

    > done on the
    >> ground instead of in the air). See photos at:
    >> <http://noc.ucsc.edu/CCBC/att-map.html>
    >>
    >>

    > more than you'll ever know da da da da
    > more than you'll ever see hehe hehe
    > More than my heart could ever show
    >
    > try again expert
    >

    Given the picture, it looks like a enclosure. It could hold fiberoptic
    splices, or even wire splices. Noting that I don't see a power supply, it
    appears to hold a passive (not powered) device of some sort like those
    mentioned. It you think it is a wireless tranciever of some sort, then show
    us the power source. Wireless transcievers require power to operate.






  11. #11
    daproof
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    Re: Do you know what this is?

    "Richard Johnson" <richj@bounce.this.com> wrote in
    news:hrpre90cr7@news7.newsguy.com:

    >
    > "hehe" <hehe@Use-Author-Supplied-Address.invalid> wrote in

    message
    > news:hrihlf$3q1$1@tioat.net...
    >> Jeff Liebermann <jeffl@cruzio.com> wrote in
    >> news:snoot598l52f5squamgniansijrih3u3oi@4ax.com:
    >>
    >>> On Sat, 01 May 2010 09:05:09 +0100, Bob

    >> <bob@invalid.invalid> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>>> Possibly a fibre optic joint box.
    >>>>Try again
    >>>><http://top-

    >>

    ton.manufacturer.globalsources.com/si/6008830793033/LargeIm
    >>>>age/Fiber-Optic-Splice/product_id-1030284267/action-

    >> GetProduct.htm?addi
    >>>>tional=true>
    >>>
    >>> Yep. Fiber splice can commonly used by AT&T. There

    should
    >> also be a
    >>> spare fiber storage loop nearby (so that splicing can be

    >> done on the
    >>> ground instead of in the air). See photos at:
    >>> <http://noc.ucsc.edu/CCBC/att-map.html>
    >>>
    >>>

    >> more than you'll ever know da da da da
    >> more than you'll ever see hehe hehe
    >> More than my heart could ever show
    >>
    >> try again expert
    >>

    > Given the picture, it looks like a enclosure. It could

    hold
    > fiberoptic splices, or even wire splices. Noting that I

    don't see a
    > power supply, it appears to hold a passive (not powered)

    device of
    > some sort like those mentioned. It you think it is a

    wireless
    > tranciever of some sort, then show us the power source.

    Wireless
    > transcievers require power to operate.
    >


    you're getting warmer expert.

  12. #12
    DanS
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    Re: Do you know what this is?

    daproof <daproof@Use-Author-Supplied-Address.invalid> wrote in
    news:hrqj5g$9tg$1@tioat.net:

    > "Richard Johnson" <richj@bounce.this.com> wrote in
    > news:hrpre90cr7@news7.newsguy.com:
    >
    >>
    >> "hehe" <hehe@Use-Author-Supplied-Address.invalid> wrote in

    > message
    >> news:hrihlf$3q1$1@tioat.net...
    >>> Jeff Liebermann <jeffl@cruzio.com> wrote in
    >>> news:snoot598l52f5squamgniansijrih3u3oi@4ax.com:
    >>>
    >>>> On Sat, 01 May 2010 09:05:09 +0100, Bob
    >>> <bob@invalid.invalid> wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>>> Possibly a fibre optic joint box.
    >>>>>Try again
    >>>>><http://top-
    >>>

    > ton.manufacturer.globalsources.com/si/6008830793033/LargeIm
    >>>>>age/Fiber-Optic-Splice/product_id-1030284267/action-
    >>> GetProduct.htm?addi
    >>>>>tional=true>
    >>>>
    >>>> Yep. Fiber splice can commonly used by AT&T. There

    > should
    >>> also be a
    >>>> spare fiber storage loop nearby (so that splicing can be
    >>> done on the
    >>>> ground instead of in the air). See photos at:
    >>>> <http://noc.ucsc.edu/CCBC/att-map.html>
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>> more than you'll ever know da da da da
    >>> more than you'll ever see hehe hehe
    >>> More than my heart could ever show
    >>>
    >>> try again expert
    >>>

    >> Given the picture, it looks like a enclosure. It could

    > hold
    >> fiberoptic splices, or even wire splices. Noting that I

    > don't see a
    >> power supply, it appears to hold a passive (not powered)

    > device of
    >> some sort like those mentioned. It you think it is a

    > wireless
    >> tranciever of some sort, then show us the power source.

    > Wireless
    >> transcievers require power to operate.
    >>

    >
    > you're getting warmer expert.


    I don't get it.......why the cocky attitude ?


  13. #13
    Bill Kearney
    Guest

    Re: Do you know what this is?

    > I don't get it.......why the cocky attitude ?

    Just another random online jerkoff.

  14. #14
    atec7 7
    Guest

    Re: Do you know what this is?

    Bill Kearney wrote:
    >> I don't get it.......why the cocky attitude ?

    >
    > Just another random online jerkoff.

    In my part of the world it's a simple joiner box , usually used for
    cable and sometimes will contain a booster , as for the jerkoff he has a
    huge L stamped deeply into his forehead

  15. #15
    pepe
    Guest

    Re: Do you know what this is?

    atec7 7 <""atec77\"@ hotmail.com"> wrote in
    news:hru3f3$r8k$2@news.eternal-september.org:

    > Bill Kearney wrote:
    >>> I don't get it.......why the cocky attitude ?

    >>
    >> Just another random online jerkoff.

    > In my part of the world it's a simple joiner box , usually

    used for
    > cable and sometimes will contain a booster , as for the

    jerkoff he has
    > a huge L stamped deeply into his forehead


    To all the hypocrites in this group: guess it's ok when u
    flame and disrespect posters here, but when they do the same
    to you, you're little tootsies get all inflamed. Ya can dish
    it out but ya cannot take it. And you're all wrong, of
    course, about the pix. Try looking in yer injunrin boks, but
    u won't find it there.

  16. #16
    atec7 7
    Guest

    Re: Do you know what this is?

    pepe wrote:
    > atec7 7 <""atec77\"@ hotmail.com"> wrote in
    > news:hru3f3$r8k$2@news.eternal-september.org:
    >
    >> Bill Kearney wrote:
    >>>> I don't get it.......why the cocky attitude ?
    >>> Just another random online jerkoff.

    >> In my part of the world it's a simple joiner box , usually

    > used for
    >> cable and sometimes will contain a booster , as for the

    > jerkoff he has
    >> a huge L stamped deeply into his forehead

    >
    > To all the hypocrites in this group: guess it's ok when u
    > flame and disrespect posters here, but when they do the same
    > to you, you're little tootsies get all inflamed. Ya can dish
    > it out but ya cannot take it. And you're all wrong, of
    > course, about the pix.


    SO basically you wont provide evidence to the contrary but the
    showboat element is at large

    Try looking in yer injunrin boks, but
    > u won't find it there.

    you are a goose

  17. #17
    George
    Guest

    Re: Do you know what this is?

    On 5/5/2010 8:40 PM, DanS wrote:

    >
    > I don't get it.......why the cocky attitude ?
    >


    Mom didn't get home yet to make his mac & cheese...

  18. #18
    DanS
    Guest

    Re: Do you know what this is?

    pepe <pepe@Use-Author-Supplied-Address.invalid> wrote in
    news:hrvn5u$nib$1@tioat.net:

    > atec7 7 <""atec77\"@ hotmail.com"> wrote in
    > news:hru3f3$r8k$2@news.eternal-september.org:
    >
    >> Bill Kearney wrote:
    >>>> I don't get it.......why the cocky attitude ?
    >>>
    >>> Just another random online jerkoff.

    >> In my part of the world it's a simple joiner box , usually

    > used for
    >> cable and sometimes will contain a booster , as for the

    > jerkoff he has
    >> a huge L stamped deeply into his forehead

    >
    > To all the hypocrites in this group: guess it's ok when u
    > flame and disrespect posters here, but when they do the same
    > to you, you're little tootsies get all inflamed. Ya can dish
    > it out but ya cannot take it. And you're all wrong, of
    > course, about the pix. Try looking in yer injunrin boks, but
    > u won't find it there.


    That's not my experience in this group.

    Show us what you posted and where you were flamed, and that you
    had nothing to do with it with your cocky, know-it-all attitude.

    If you refuse, you really are a little f'n crybaby a**hole.

  19. #19
    ps56k
    Guest

    Re: Do you know what this is?

    >> you're getting warmer expert.
    >
    > I don't get it.......why the cocky attitude ?


    this is just dumb - mark it Read & move on...
    no one really cares -



  20. #20
    ps56k
    Guest

    Re: Do you know what this is?

    > To all the hypocrites in this group: guess it's ok when u
    > flame and disrespect posters here, but when they do the same
    > to you, you're little tootsies get all inflamed. Ya can dish
    > it out but ya cannot take it. And you're all wrong, of
    > course, about the pix. Try looking in yer injunrin boks, but
    > u won't find it there.


    really ? - this has been interesting to just see the juvi comments



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