Your episode on Network Cables and Connectors compared the speed on communications between fibre and copper cable at time 39:30. Don and Ronnie on the statement:
'In terms of the sheer signal getting from point A to point B its going to happen faster over fibre than it is over copper'.
This is factually incorrect. It is universally acknowledged that the speed of light in a material such as fibre-optic glass is around 200,000,000 meters per second, where as the speed of an electrical current through copper wire is around 300,000,000 meters per second.
How will you correct this?