ITU-T K.93

Immunity of home network devices to electromagnetic disturbances

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Organization: ITU-T
Publication Date: 1 December 2016
Status: active
Page Count: 28
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With the advent of Internet technologies, there are many telecommunication devices being used on customer premises. Therefore, new EMC problems may occur in such environments. These problems are caused by broadband disturbances, which are produced by electrical devices.

Many broadband services, such as Internet protocol TV and voice over IP, have been introduced to the home by telecommunication operators. These services require operators to be able to underwrite quality of service (QoS) levels, since both services are essentially streamed, and hence loss/delay of packets can be immediately apparent to the user as an interruption of the services. Resolving EMC issues of broadband services are one of the key factors for ensuring the QoS in home networks. Furthermore, use of the frequency band in the home is becoming wider and shifting to a higher frequency range.

This Recommendation provides an immunity test for home network devices against broadband disturbances. The purpose of this Recommendation is to ensure normal operation of telecommunication devices in home networks and to provide additional requirements that do not cover existing international standards. However, this Recommendation is not intended to replace or duplicate international/national regulations or laws.

 

Document History

ITU-T K.93
December 1, 2016
Immunity of home network devices to electromagnetic disturbances
With the advent of Internet technologies, there are many telecommunication devices being used on customer premises. Therefore, new EMC problems may occur in such environments. These problems are...
May 1, 2012
Immunity of home network devices to electromagnetic disturbances
With the advent of Internet technologies, there are many telecommunication devices being used on customer premises. Therefore, new EMC problems may occur in such environments. These problems are...

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