OK, so I want to revamp the wiring of the following in my jhoNpRi.
I am going to lay down two parallel 3/4" DADEX pipes, 4" apart,
from the curb to the inside of the house. They will carry the following:
(a) PTCL - Fiber Optic - Broadband Line 1
(b) PTCL - Fiber Optic - Broadband Line 2
© CATV coaxial (for potential security cam)
(d) Cable TV (coaxial).
Both PTCL lines are fiber-optic,but they are switched to copper at
the nearby PTCL cabinet. I am thinking of lumping together a & b
together and c & d together.
My questions are:
1) Can I use a 2-pair Cat6 Ethernet wire for PTCL, from khamba to
the DB inside my home ?. Or should I use the black 1-pair official
phone line from the PTCL lineman. Cost will be the same for both.
2) Could there be interference between the bband and coaxial lines
carrying analog/digital data ?. Interference between the two coaxial
lines in the same pipe ?.
3) In future, if I go for a FTTH service like TES, would I be able to
lump it in with the Cat6 Ethernet carrying PTCL signals ?.
Your answers will determine the size of the pipes I will lay down and
the distance between the two, if there is a chances of interference.
Some say that any wire carrying current, however small, generates
an EMF which will disturb a nearby line carrying data, unless you
put it at right angles to it (90 degrees).
Sheikh ‘Muhim Joo’ Chilli