Single mode vs. MultiMode fiber does not mean what you think it means (one wavelength vs. many) and as the name may suggest.
To simplify, MultiMode is for short distance runs, SingleMode is for long distance runs. A different wavelength (actually a "range" of wavelengths) are used for single mode to achieve longer distances.
What you were describing is actually called Multiplexing
This is how super high data rates are achieved by cramming many different wavelength transmissions into the "tubes".
Since a bullet is a ballistic projectile its trajectory is, by definition, *parabolic.
* In a vacuum, anyway.
I live in Florida and a friend's girlfriend was charged with murder because of an incident very similar to this. She lured some guy to a place with the promise of sex in order for her two armed friends to rob him.
The would-be victim pulled a a gun and shot one of the would-be robbers. The other and the girl who "masterminded" the crime both got 25 to life for their part in their friend's wrongful death while committing a felony.
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While there are 4 pairs of wires in a CAT-5/6 cable, only two are used for data.
One transmit pair, one receive pair. When using the standard wiring, they would be the Orange & Orange-White / Green & Green-White pairs respectively.
The Blue and Brown pairs are unused. You can verify this by capping your own cable and leaving those four wires out. You will still achieve Gigabit speeds.
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Having 3 x 22" 1680x1050 Dell monitors side by side playing Hawx or WoW or any other game is absolutely stunning.
The Catalyst interface is a bit quirky (profiles do not remember relative screen position so you have to specify each time you change profiles) but once you have it setup and get into a game, choose your insane 5040 x 1050 resolution, you will be blown away.
Bezel gap is not as much of a problem as you might think. Your brain kinda just adjusts and ignores the gap.
Considering the level of service I have received from them so far, they are not really even that expensive.
I host about 75 domains on a single virtual server for about $55 / month and the performance is more than I need.
I went with the virtual server because I wanted root access and cPanel which allows me to host as many domains as I want and I can configure/secure the server how I see fit.
Oh, and the few times I accidentally deleted a file or two and did not have recent backups (I know, I know... turn in my geek card) they were able to restore the files for me quickly which was nice.
No affiliation to them, just a satisfied customer.
Their controllers are terrible...
We are using several Areca controllers in very large (24 drive) SAS arrays without any issues.
I am not trolling, I am genuinely interested to know the problems you had and if you upgraded to the latest firmwares on each card (they put out updates often and the changelog lists many bugfixes).