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UL 1277 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY ELECTRICAL POWER AND CONTROL TRAY CABLES WITH OPTIONAL OPTICAL-FIBER MEMBERS - FIFTH EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING AUGUST 20, 2013 Organization: UL
Date: 2010-04-21
Description: These cables are constructed with or without either or both: a) One bare or one or more insulated grounding conductor(s), and b) One or more individually jacketed optical-fiber members, all under an overall jacket. These electrical and composite electrical/optical-fiber cables are intended for use (optical and electrical functions associated in the case of a composite cable) in accordance with Article 336 and other applicable parts of the National Electrical Code (NEC), ANSI/NFPA 70 in cable trays, in raceways, and where supported in outdoor locations by a messenger wire.
ANSI INCITS 460 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY – FIBRE CHANNEL – PHYSICAL INTERFACE-3 (FC-PI-3) Organization: ANSI
Date: 2011-06-28
Description: 1) Compliance Test Points and Boards (Normative) 2) XFI+ Channel Measurements and Modeling (Informative) 3) Differential S-Parameters and TDR (Informative) 4) Optimum Via Design 5) Jitter Methodology and Measurement (Normative) FC-PI-3 is for a single electrical variant based on 64B/66B coding in datacom applications, which is complementary to the serial optical variants described in 10 GFC.
ISO/IEC 8802-5 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION EXCHANGE BETWEEN SYSTEMS - LOCAL AND METROPOLITAN AREA NETWORKS - SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS - PART 5: TOKEN RING ACCESS METHOD AND PHYSICAL LAYER SPECIFICATIONS - THIRD EDITION; AMENDMENT 1: 09/15/1998 Organization: ISO
Date: 1998-09-15
Description: Add the following to 1.1 after item q), and change the period after item q) to a semicolon: r) Defines the dedicated token ring (DTR) media access protocols, including finite state machines (FSMs) and state tables (clause 9); s) Defines the frame formats and MAC frames, timers, and error counters for the DTR Station and DTR C-Port (clause 10); t) Defines the DTR Station and C-Port Management (clause 11); u) Provides informative information on the functional description of the DTR concentrator (annex K); v) Provides informative information on the low-level FSMs of the DTR Station and the C-Port in Station Emulation mode using the TXI access protocol (annex L); w) Provides informative information on the low-level FSMs of the C-Port in Port mode using the TXI and TKP access protocol (annex M); x) Provides informative information on the low-level FSMs of the C-Port in Port mode using the TKP access protocol (annex N); y) Provides informative information on channel considerations for 16 Mbit/s DTR (annex O); z) Provides normative information on the BER criteria for lobe media testing (annex P); aa) Provides informative information on the low-level FSMs of the DTR Station using the TKP access protocol (annex a); bb) Provides informative information on the low-level FSMs of the C-Port in Station Emulation mode using the TKP access protocol (annex R); cc) Provides informative information on modifications to clause 4 TKF' access protocol when used to support C-Port operation (annex S); dd) Provides informative information on an optional method for DTR concentrator autodetection (annex T); ee) Defines the functional, electrical, and optical characteristics of a fibre optic interface for connecting a 4 or 16 Mbit/s token ring station to the trunk coupling unit (TCU) of a token ring; ff) Provides informative guidance for connecting fibre trunk cables between trunk coupling units; gg) Describes signaling provisions for bypass of the station from the ring and self-test capabilities.
DS/EN 50173-4/A2 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - GENERIC CABLING SYSTEMS - PART 4: HOMES Organization: DS
Date: 2012-12-20
Description: A generic cabling infrastructure is specified based upon balanced cabling and / or coaxial cabling. ICT channels specified in this standard include optical fibre, but the wider use of fibre optical cabling in a home is for further study.

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