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BICSI TDMM

Telecommunications Distribution Methods Manual

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Organization: BICSI
Publication Date: 1 January 2006
Status: inactive
Page Count: 1,989
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The 11th edition Telecommunications Distribution Methods Manual, now available for ordering, has continued the long practice of evolution toward a global document. This has been achieved through a careful evaluation of the design information and a delivery of those recommendations as global best practices for design of telecommunications distribution systems. Previous editions of the TDMM relied almost exclusively on US standards for these recommendations whereas this edition more accurately offers the solutions as BICSI's. Now recommending global best practices, the new manual format can be applied anywhere around the world, making it a relevant reference material for any ITS professional. Relevant standards and codes that apply to each chapter's subject matter appear in each chapter's references section, and a comprehensive list of all standards and codes applying to the entire TDMM appears in an appendix.This edition of the TDMM is better than ever!

  • Ultimate resource in telecommunications distribution design
  • Internationally accepted industry guidelines
  • Researched and written by information transport systems (ITS) experts
  • Vendor neutral and written to global best practices
  • Latest codes and standards listed in a comprehensive Appendix
  • Newest techniques and methodologies

The TDMM remains a thoroughly comprehensive resource, covering the areas of design through construction, installation and maintenance. The two-volume manual contains 22 chapters, six appendices, and concludes with an extensive glossary.

The TDMM remains a thoroughly comprehensive resource, covering the areas of design through construction, installation and maintenance. The two-volume manual contains 22 chapters, six appendices, and concludes with an extensive glossary.

Chapters include:

  • Principles of Transmission
  • Electromagnetic Compatibility
  • Work Areas
  • Horizontal Distribution Systems
  • Backbone Distribution Systems
  • Telecommunications Spaces
  • Firestopping
  • Grounding, Bonding, and Protection
  • Power Distribution
  • Telecommunications Administration
  • Field Testing
  • Design, Construction, and Project Management
  • Private CATV Distribution Systems
  • Overhead Paging Systems
  • Building Automation Systems
  • Data Network Design
  • Wireless
  • Electronic Safety and Security
  • Customer-Owned Outside Plant
  • Data Centers
  • Special Design Considerations
  • Residential Cabling

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January 1, 2014
Telecommunications Distribution Methods Manual
The Telecommunications Distribution Methods Manual (TDMM) is BICSI's flagship manual. Now in its 13th edition, it is the basis for the RCDD® exam and has become a true world resource in global best...
September 1, 2009
Telecommunications Distribution Methods Manual
The Telecommunications Distribution Methods Manual (TDMM), 12th edition, continues in the long tradition of the editions that came before it. New content has been added and existing content has been...
BICSI TDMM
January 1, 2006
Telecommunications Distribution Methods Manual
The 11th edition Telecommunications Distribution Methods Manual, now available for ordering, has continued the long practice of evolution toward a global document. This has been achieved through a...
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