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KSC-SPEC-E-0031 REV B - CABLES, ELECTRICAL, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR Organization: KSC
Date: 2008-08-08
Description: This specification is intended to be used for the procurement of flexible multiconductor neoprene-jacked cable used for instrumentation and control systems and GSE used to support the test, chcckout, servicing, and launch of space vehicles and payloads at KSC.
DS/EN 50117-1/A2 - COAXIAL CABLES - PART 1: GENERIC SPECIFICATION Organization: DS
Date: 2013-07-05
Description: This standard should be used in conjunction with EN 50290 1 1.Coaxial cables covered by this standard operate in transverse electromagnetic mode (TEM) and are suitable for use in a wide range of digital and analogue applications including CATV, radio frequency systems, instrumentation, broadcasting, telecommunications and data network systems. Various constructions and materials provide for indoor and outdoor applications, including underground and overhead installations, and other environmental protection characteristics.Generally, cables are designed for use in 50 Ohm and 75 Ohm characteristic impedance systems, although other types (e.g. 93/95 Ohm) are also covered.Coaxial cables defined by this standard may be incorporated into hybrid cable constructions with optical fibre or multi-element cable components.All cables covered by this standard may be subjected to voltages greater than 50 V a.c. or 75 V d.c.
DS/EN 50117-1 - COAXIAL CABLES - PART 1: GENERIC SPECIFICATION Organization: DS
Date: 2002-08-14
Description: Coaxial cables covered by this standard operate in transverse electromagnetic mode (TEM) and are suitable for use in a wide range of digital and analogue applications including CATV, radio frequency systems, instrumentation, broadcasting, telecommunications and data network systems. Various constructions and materials provide for indoor and outdoor applications, including underground and overhead installations, and other environmental protection characteristics.
DS/EN 50117-1/A1 - COAXIAL CABLES - PART 1: GENERIC SPECIFICATION Organization: DS
Date: 2006-12-15
Description: Coaxial cables covered by this standard operate in transverse electromagnetic mode (TEM) and are suitable for use in a wide range of digital and analogue applications including CATV, radio frequency systems, instrumentation, broadcasting, telecommunications and data network systems. Various constructions and materials provide for indoor and outdoor applications, including underground and overhead installations, and other environmental protection characteristics.
DSF/EN 50117-1/FPRAB - COAXIAL CABLES - PART 1: GENERIC SPECIFICATION Organization: DS
Description: Coaxial cables covered by this standard operate in transverse electromagnetic mode (TEM) and are suitable for use in a wide range of digital and analogue applications including CATV, radio frequency systems, instrumentation, broadcasting, telecommunications and data network systems. Various constructions and materials provide for indoor and outdoor applications, including underground and overhead installations, and other environmental protection characteristics.
CENELEC - EN 50117-1 - COAXIAL CABLES PART 1: GENERIC SPECIFICATION - INCORPORATES AMENDMENT A2: 2013 Organization: CENELEC
Date: 2002-07-01
Description: Coaxial cables covered by this standard operate in transverse electromagnetic mode (TEM) and are suitable for use in a wide range of digital and analogue applications including CATV, radio frequency systems, instrumentation, broadcasting, telecommunications and data network systems. Various constructions and materials provide for indoor and outdoor applications, including underground and overhead installations, and other environmental protection characteristics.
DS/EN 45510-2-9 - GUIDE FOR PROCUREMENT OF POWER STATION EQUIPMENT - PART 2-9: ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT - CABLING SYSTEMS Organization: DS
Date: 2008-08-08
Description: .: - provision of support for cable; - laying of cable; - completion of cable ends; The Guide covers the installation of power cable up to and including 20,8/36 (42) kV and the supply and installation of control and instrumentation cable. The supply of power cable is covered by EN 45510-2-8. The Guide includes the installation of protective conductor cable for earthing and equipotential bonding up to the main earthing busbar(s), but not the below ground earth-electrode network.
ISA TR100.00.01 - THE AUTOMATION ENGINEER’S GUIDE TO WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY PART 1 – THE PHYSICS OF RADIO, A TUTORIAL Organization: ISA
Date: 2006-01-01
Description: For example the telephone companies' copper pair subscriber loops are rapidly losing ground to cellular phones, Category 5 (CAT5) cable is giving way to 802.11 wireless local area networks (LANs), and even fiber optic cables can be replaced over short distances by line-of-sight free-space laser links.

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