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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.
CENELEC - EN 50529-2 - EMC NETWORK STANDARD - PART 2: WIRE-LINE TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS USING COAXIAL CABLES Organization: CENELEC
Date: 2010-11-01
Description: This EMC standard specifies requirements for emissions originating from within wire-line telecommunication networks using coaxial cables and the immunity of those networks, including their inpremises extensions by references to harmonised EMC product standards and other standards with EMC requirements in combination with good engineering practice, when installed and operated as intended.
DS/EN 50529-2 - EMC NETWORK STANDARD - PART 2: WIRE-LINE TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS USING COAXIAL CABLES Organization: DS
Date: 2011-01-13
Description: This EMC standard specifies requirements for emissions originating from within wire-line telecommunication networks using coaxial cables and the immunity of those networks, including their in-premises extensions by references to harmonised EMC product standards and other standards with EMC requirements in combination with good engineering practice, when installed and operated as intended.This standard covers the frequency range 9 kHz to 400 GHz.
CEI EN 50529-2 - EMC NETWORK STANDARD PART 2: WIRE-LINE TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS USING COAXIAL CABLES Organization: CEI
Date: 2013-02-01
Description: This EMC standard specifies requirements for emissions originating from within wire-line telecommunication networks using coaxial cables and the immunity of those networks, including their in-premises extensions by references to harmonised EMC product standards and other standards with EMC requirements in combination with good engineering practice, when installed and operated as intended.
DS/EN 50494 - SATELLITE SIGNAL DISTRIBUTION OVER A SINGLE COAXIAL CABLE IN SINGLE DWELLING INSTALLATIONS Organization: DS
Date: 2007-11-26
Description: Several satellite signal demodulators can receive signals from any of the input signalbanks of the LNB or the switch; the signals selected by the demodulators (or receivers) are transported via a single cable to these demodulators (receiver 1, receiver 2, receiver N). To achieve these single cable distributions, the Single Cable Interface (SCIF) (likely embedded in a LNB or a Switch) features some specific functions and characteristics.

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