It is a fact that there are more cableless than cable systems on offer today. In this abstract which is from a paper published in the February issue of the First Break we provide a tentative analysis of the reasons for the emergence of these cableless systems and of their real advantages compared to cable architecture. Cable systems have significantly improved in compactness, flexibility and reliability. They represent and will continue to represent the bulk of the land system market. The suggested approach is not to try to replace an architecture with the other (the misuse), but to facilitate their complementary application (the right use) in order to adapt to various terrain conditions and spread configurations.


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