I'm about to dive down into my crawl space (ugh!) to rework some cabling.
I'll be messing with telephone, CAT6 Ethernet and cable TV coax.
Obviously, for reasons of safety, code, and avoiding interference, all 3 of these cable runs will be kept well clear of any power cables. Fortunately, that's going to be very easy.
Question: is there any reason to maintain separation between these 3 different types of (communication) cable?
As best as I can tell, there's nothing per the NEC and I don't anticipate any cross-talk problems. But if anyone knows/thinks otherwise...
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