ITU-T - K.106
Techniques to mitigate interference between radio devices and cable or equipment connected to wired broadband networks and cable television networks
|Publication Date:||1 March 2015|
This Recommendation provides guidance to solve interference problems in home networking environments between radio devices and the cable or equipment connected to wired broadband networks and/or cable television networks. It also presents appropriate measures to be applied to the cable and the equipment connected to wired broadband networks and/or cable television networks for solving the interference and procedures to address these troubles in the field.
The scope of this Recommendation focuses on procedures to identify the cause of interference problems in the home, and mitigation measures for the equipment or cabling needed to solve these problems. Mitigation techniques for the radio devices and interference problems between multiple radio devices are outside the scope of this Recommendation.
Necessary electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements for the equipment are given by relevant international standards, such as: [ITU-T K.74], [ITU-T K.93], [ITU-T K.37], [ITU-T K.43], [ITU-T K.48] and [IEC CISPR 22]. Moreover, interference related to power line communication (PLC) is outside the scope of this Recommendation, which is already covered by [ITU-T K.60].