You may be able to hang on to two pieces of luck.
1. If you already have existing intact functioning wiring, it may be
Ahm no spert, but given that communication signals are now modulated/on
frequencies, you need fewer wires than before and can be able to do a lot
more stuff with them, communications-wise.
2. If for some reason those wires are not adequate or fully functional, God
willing they can be attached to new wires, and used to pull the new wires
into place. In some houses, these low voltage wires are in tubes, and
Most likely, tho, they will not be very pull-able. But you got mebbe a
But you also have a good shot at (1), proly a 75%.
Which adds up to 100%, dudnit?
Well, no, not from what I remember on my SAT's..... :) :(
I think, tho, that all this is quickly going the way of the dinosaur, and
even though you have the infrastructure in place, you may find your arm
proverbially twisted to go wireless/pc. And partially twisted due to price
considerations, as well.
Lost mice notwithstanding. :)
Mr. P.V.\'d (formerly Droll Troll), Yonkers, NY
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