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NG TGN(E) 043

Technical Guidance Notes - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE INSTALLATION OF OPTICAL CABLE IN PROTECTIVE DUCTS

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Organization: NG
Publication Date: 1 November 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 9
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PURPOSE AND SCOPE

The use of fibre optic cable installed in underground ducts is required for the construction of access loops and end links, to extend the Operational Telecommunications network (OPTEL) to the relevant point of service.

This document provides general guidelines for the installation of 32 mm diameter (nominal) subduct into 100 mm diameter underground ducting, pulling in optical cable, splicing, identifying cable ends and testing the installed cable.

The construction of underground ducting, draw boxes, splice boxes and above ground equipment pedestals shall be constructed in accordance with specification TS 3.8.22.

Document History

NG TGN(E) 043
November 1, 2017
Technical Guidance Notes - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE INSTALLATION OF OPTICAL CABLE IN PROTECTIVE DUCTS
PURPOSE AND SCOPE The use of fibre optic cable installed in underground ducts is required for the construction of access loops and end links, to extend the Operational Telecommunications network...
January 1, 1993
Technical Guidance Notes - General Requirements for the Installation of Optical Cable in Protective Ducts
This document provides general guidelines for the installation of 32 mm diameter (nominal) subduct into 100 mm diameter underground ducting, pulling in optical cable, splicing, identifying cable ends...

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