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ITU-T G.911 - PARAMETERS AND CALCULATION METHODOLOGIES FOR RELIABILITY AND AVAILABILITY OF FIBRE OPTIC SYSTEMS - SERIES G: TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS AND MEDIA, DIGITAL SYSTEMS AND NETWORKS DIGITAL TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS - DIGITAL SECTIONS AND DIGITAL LINE SYSTEM - PARAMETERS FOR OPTICAL FIBRE CABLE SYSTEMS - STUDY GROUP 15; 39 PP Organization: ITU-T
Date: 1997-04-01
NPFC - MIL-STD-2052 - FIBER OPTIC SYSTEMS DESIGN Organization: NPFC
Date: 1997-10-10
Description: This design criteria standard provides design requirements for digital fiber optic systems having data transmission rates not greater than 500 megabits per second (Mbps) installed aboard Navy surface ships and submarines.
DS/EN 62007-2 - SEMICONDUCTOR OPTOELECTRONIC DEVICES FOR FIBRE OPTIC SYSTEM APPLICATIONS - PART 2: MEASURING METHODS Organization: DS
Date: 2009-05-01
Description: This part of IEC 62007 describes the measuring methods applicable to the semiconductor optoelectronic devices to be used in the field of fibre optic digital communication systems and subsystems. All optical fibres and cables that are defined in IEC 60793 series, IEC 60794 series are applicable.
TIA/TR-1026 - TR 61282-5 - FIBRE OPTIC COMMUNICATION SYSTEM DESIGN GUIDES – PART 5: ACCOMMODATION AND COMPENSATION OF DISPERSION Organization: TIA
Date: 2004-02-03
Description: The cutoff wavelength of B1 fibre is low enough for the fibre to be used in either the 1 310 nm or the 1 550 nm region. Such fibre makes up the vast majority of installed fibre optic cable world wide. The cutoff wavelength of B1.2 fibre is high enough for the fibre to be used in the 1 550 nm region only.
ASD-STAN PREN 4533-001 - AEROSPACE SERIES FIBRE OPTIC SYSTEMS HANDBOOK PART 001: TERMINATION METHODS AND TOOLS - EDITION P 2 Organization: ASD-STAN
Date: 2016-04-01
Description: An optical link can be classified as a length of fibre optic cable terminated at both ends with fibre optic termini. The optical link provides the transmission line between any two components via the optical termini which are typically housed within an interconnecting device (typically a connector) with tight tolerancing within the alignment mechanisms to ensure a low loss light transmission.
SNZ AS/NZS 1367 - COAXIAL CABLE AND OPTICAL FIBRE SYSTEMS FOR THE RF DISTRIBUTION OF DIGITAL TELEVISION, RADIO AND IN-HOUSE ANALOG TELEVISION SIGNALS IN SINGLE AND MULTIPLE DWELLING INSTALLATIONS Organization: SNZ
Date: 2016-05-13
Description: The end result of compliant systems and components is to make available RF-based broadcast and, if required, in-house signals carried by coaxial cable or by a combination of coaxial cable and fibre optic cable, to one or several outlets in a user’s dwelling(s) and then onto a user’s receiver where a tuner may reliably select and decode the desired signal with an adequate robustness by maintaining minimum distortion and interference of the received or input signals.
CSA ISO/IEC 9314-4 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - FIBRE DISTRIBUTED DATA INTERFACE (FDDI) - PART 4: SINGLE-MODE FIBRE PHYSICAL LAYER MEDIUM DEPENDENT (SMF-PMD) Organization: CSA
Date: 2002-01-01
Description: SMF-PMD includes the following: i) The optical power budgets for two (2) categories of Active Output and Active Input Interfaces using single-mode fibre optic cables and optical bypass switches ii) The MIC Receptacle mechanical mating requirements including the keying features iii) The single-mode fibre optic cable requirements iv) The services provided by PMD to PHY and SMT 2) A Physical Layer Protocol (PHY), which provides connection between multimode or singlemode PMD and the Data Link Layer (DLL).
ISO/IEC 9314-3 - INFORMATION PROCESSING SYSTEMS - FIBRE DISTRIBUTED DATA INTERFACE (FDDI) - PART 3: PHYSICAL LAYER MEDIUM DEPENDENT (PMD) - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 1990-10-15
Description: PMD includes the following: —The optical power budgets for cable plants using 62,5/125 μm fibre optic cables and optical bypass switches.
CEI CLC/TR 50510 - FIBRE OPTIC ACCESS TO END-USER - A GUIDELINE TO BUILDING OF FTTX FIBRE OPTIC NETWORK - FIRST EDITION Organization: CEI
Date: 2013-05-01
Description: This problem does not exist in point-to-point (P2P) fibre networks without capacity sharing, where 1 Gbit/s symmetrical transmission speed is currently possible.
VA 27 15 00 - COMMUNICATIONS HORIZONTAL CABLING Organization: VA
Date: 2006-10-01
Description: The System shall additionally include, but not be limited to: telecommunication closets (TC); telecommunications outlets (TCO); copper and fiber optic //, and analog radio frequency (RF) systems coaxial // distribution cables, connectors, "patch" cables, and/or "break out" devices.
DS/EN 60958-4-4 - DIGITAL AUDIO INTERFACE – PART 4-4: PROFESSIONAL APPLICATIONS – PHYSICAL AND ELECTRICAL PARAMETERS Organization: DS
Date: 2016-07-18
Description: Provision is made in this standard for adapting the balanced terminals to use 75 Ω coaxial cable, and transmission by fibre-optic cable is under consideration. This standard does not cover connection to any common carrier equipment.
IEC 60958-4-4 - DIGITAL AUDIO INTERFACE – PART 4-4: PROFESSIONAL APPLICATIONS – PHYSICAL AND ELECTRICAL PARAMETERS - EDITION 1.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2016-03-01
Description: Provision is made in this standard for adapting the balanced terminals to use 75 Ω coaxial cable, and transmission by fibre-optic cable is under consideration. This standard does not cover connection to any common carrier equipment.
CENELEC - EN 60958-4-4 - DIGITAL AUDIO INTERFACE - PART 4-4: PROFESSIONAL APPLICATIONS - PHYSICAL AND ELECTRICAL PARAMETERS Organization: CENELEC
Date: 2016-07-01
Description: Provision is made in this standard for adapting the balanced terminals to use 75 Ω coaxial cable, and transmission by fibre-optic cable is under consideration. This standard does not cover connection to any common carrier equipment.
DS/EN 50132-5-3 - ALARM SYSTEMS - CCTV SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS FOR USE IN SECURITY APPLICATIONS - PART 5-3: VIDEO TRANSMISSION - ANALOGUE AND DIGITAL VIDEO TRANSMISSION Organization: DS
Date: 2012-08-17
Description: The purpose of the transmission system in a closed circuit television (CCTV) installation is to provide reliable transmission of video signals between the various CCTV equipments in security, safety and monitoring applications.Along with high-resolution video interfaces and transmission, the analogue video signals are still in use today for video transmission and offer interlaced scanning and the film aspect ratio of 4:3.The complexity of a video transmission system varies in accordance with the requirements of the installation.Examples of the different types of video transmission systems covered by this European Standard are as follows:a) using dedicated cable transmission media:- coaxial cable;- twisted pair cable;- fibre optic cable;b) using wireless transmission methods:- microwave;- infrared;- radio transmission;NOTE 1 These transmission methods apply to non-compressed video signals.NOTE 2 Multiple analogue video signals may be combined in one physical transmission path using multiplexing techniques.c) using analogue high-resolution video interfaces:- VESA and VGA;d) using digital uncompressed high-resolution video interfaces:- HDMI;- DVI.This European Standard specifies the minimum requirements for the specification and testing of the performance of a video transmission channel involving transmitter, receiver or intermediate devices associated with the selected transmission media, for use in CCTV surveillance systems.Video transmission equipment may be combined with additional functions, e.g. for audio or data transmission.
DSF/FPREN 50132-5-3 - ALARM SYSTEMS - CCTV SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS FOR USE IN SECURITY APPLICATIONS -- PART 5-3: VIDEO TRANSMISSION - ANALOGUE AND DIGITAL VIDEO TRANSMISSION Organization: DS
Description: Examples of the different types of video transmission systems covered by this European Standard are as follows: a) using dedicated cable transmission media: - coaxial cable; - twisted pair cable; - fibre optic cable; b) using wireless transmission methods: - microwave; - infrared; - radio transmission; NOTE 1 These transmission methods apply to non-compressed video signals.
CEI EN 50132-5-3 - ALARM SYSTEMS - CCTV SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS FOR USE IN SECURITY APPLICATIONS PART 5-3: VIDEO TRANSMISSION - ANALOGUE AND DIGITAL VIDEO TRANSMISSION Organization: CEI
Date: 2013-09-01
Description: Examples of the different types of video transmission systems covered by this European Standard are as follows: a) using dedicated cable transmission media: - coaxial cable; - twisted pair cable; - fibre optic cable; b) using wireless transmission methods: - microwave; - infrared; - radio transmission; NOTE 1 These transmission methods apply to non-compressed video signals.
CENELEC - EN 50132-5-3 - ALARM SYSTEMS - CCTV SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS FOR USE IN SECURITY APPLICATIONS - PART 5-3: VIDEO TRANSMISSION - ANALOGUE AND DIGITAL VIDEO TRANSMISSION Organization: CENELEC
Date: 2012-06-01
Description: Examples of the different types of video transmission systems covered by this European Standard are as follows: a) using dedicated cable transmission media: - coaxial cable; - twisted pair cable; - fibre optic cable; b) using wireless transmission methods: - microwave; - infrared; - radio transmission; NOTE 1 These transmission methods apply to non-compressed video signals.
VA 27 31 00 - VOICE COMMUNICATIONS SWITCHING AND ROUTING EQUIPMENT Organization: VA
Date: 2006-10-01
Description: The System shall additionally include, but not be limited to: telecommunication closets (TC); telecommunication outlets (TCO) copper and fiber-optic interconnecting cables, connectors, "patch" cables, and/or "break out" devices.
VA 27 31 31 - VOICE COMMUNICATIONS SWITCHING AND ROUTING EQUIPMENT - EXTENSION Organization: VA
Date: 2006-10-01
Description: The System shall additionally include, but not be limited to: telecommunication closets (TC); telecommunications outlets (TCO); copper and fiber optic // , and analog Radio Frequency (RF) coaxial // distribution cables, connectors, "patch" cables, and/or "break out" devices.
BRE IP11/13 - WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS IN DWELLINGS Organization: BRE
Date: 2013-09-01
Description: Access to broadband is often achieved via the dwelling's telephone line, but many properties use cable and fibre optic connections. Wireless access to external base stations using 3G and recently 4G technologies also enables both fixed and mobile wireless applications to provide considerable.increases in bandwidth and download speeds that could further encourage applications within the home on laptops, smartphones and other mobile devices.

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