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AS/NZS 11801.1:2019

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Information technology — Generic cabling for customer premises, Part 1: General requirements (ISO/IEC 11801-1:2017, MOD)

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The objective of this Standard specifies requirements that are common to the other parts of the AS/NZS 11801 series or ISO/IEC 11801 series. Cabling specified by this Standard supports a wide range of services including voice, data, and video that may also incorporate the supply of power.
Published: 24/05/2019
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Table of contents
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Table of contents
Header
About this publication
Preface
FOREWORD
INTRODUCTION
1 Scope
2 Normative references
3 Terms, definitions, abbreviations and symbols
3.1 Terms and definitions
3.2 Abbreviations
3.3 Symbols
3.3.1 Variables
3.3.2 Indices
4 Conformance
5 Structure of generic cabling
5.1 Functional elements
5.2 Interfaces
5.3 Cabling subsystems
5.3.1 Cabling subsystem 1
5.3.2 Cabling subsystems n ≥ 2
5.3.3 Common subsystems
5.3.3.1 General
5.3.3.2 Campus backbone cabling subsystem
5.3.3.3 Building backbone cabling subsystem
5.3.4 Tie cabling
5.3.5 Channel and permanent link
6 Channel performance requirements
6.1 General
6.2 Environmental performance
6.2.1 General
6.2.2 Environmental classification
6.3 Balanced cabling transmission performance
6.3.1 General
6.3.2 Component choice
6.3.3 Channel parameters
6.3.3.1 Return loss
6.3.3.2 Insertion loss/attenuation
6.3.3.3 NEXT
6.3.3.3.1 Pair-to-pair NEXT
6.3.3.3.2 Power sum NEXT
6.3.3.4 Attenuation to crosstalk ratio at the near-end
6.3.3.4.1 General
6.3.3.4.2 Pair-to-pair ACR-N
6.3.3.4.3 Power sum ACR-N
6.3.3.5 Attenuation to crosstalk ratio at the far-end
6.3.3.5.1 General
6.3.3.5.2 Pair-to-pair ACR-F
6.3.3.5.3 Power sum ACR-F
6.3.3.6 Direct current loop resistance
6.3.3.7 Direct current resistance unbalance
6.3.3.8 DC current carrying capacity
6.3.3.9 Dielectric withstand
6.3.3.10 Propagation delay
6.3.3.11 Delay skew
6.3.3.12 Unbalance attenuation and coupling attenuation
6.3.3.12.1 General
6.3.3.12.2 Unbalance attenuation, near-end
6.3.3.12.3 Unbalance attenuation, far-end
6.3.3.12.4 Coupling attenuation
6.3.3.13 Alien crosstalk
6.3.3.13.1 General
6.3.3.13.2 Power sum alien NEXT
6.3.3.13.3 PS ANEXTavg
6.3.3.13.4 Power sum alien ACR-F
6.3.3.13.5 PS AACR-Favg
6.3.3.13.6 Alien crosstalk and coupling attenuation for screened channels
6.4 Coaxial cabling transmission performance
6.4.1 General
6.4.2 Component choice
6.4.3 Channel parameters
6.4.3.1 Return loss
6.4.3.2 Insertion loss
6.4.3.3 Direct current loop resistance
6.4.3.4 DC current carrying capacity
6.4.3.5 Operating voltage
6.4.3.6 Screening attenuation
6.5 Optical fibre cabling transmission performance
6.5.1 Component choice
6.5.2 Channel parameters
6.5.2.1 Channel attenuation
6.5.2.2 Propagation delay
7 Link performance requirements
7.1 General
7.2 Balanced cabling
7.2.1 General
7.2.2 Return loss
7.2.3 Insertion loss/attenuation
7.2.4 NEXT
7.2.4.1 Pair-to-pair NEXT
7.2.4.2 Power sum NEXT
7.2.5 Attenuation to crosstalk ratio at the near-end
7.2.5.1 General
7.2.5.2 Pair-to-pair ACR-N
7.2.5.3 Power sum ACR-N
7.2.6 Attenuation to crosstalk ratio at the far-end
7.2.6.1 General
7.2.6.2 Pair-to-pair ACR-F
7.2.6.3 Power sum ACR-F
7.2.7 Direct current loop resistance
7.2.8 Direct current resistance unbalance
7.2.9 Propagation delay
7.2.10 Delay skew
7.2.11 Unbalance attenuation and coupling attenuation
7.2.11.1 General
7.2.11.2 Unbalance attenuation, near-end
7.2.11.3 Unbalance attenuation, far-end
7.2.11.4 Coupling attenuation
7.2.12 Alien crosstalk
7.2.12.1 General
7.2.12.2 Power sum alien NEXT
7.2.12.3 PS ANEXTavg
7.2.12.4 Power sum alien ACR-F for Class EA, FA, I, and II 2-connection or 3-connection link
7.2.12.5 PS AACR-Favg
7.2.12.6 Alien crosstalk and coupling attenuation for screened links
7.3 Coaxial cabling
7.3.1 General
7.3.2 Return loss
7.3.3 Insertion loss
7.3.4 Direct current loop resistance
7.3.5 DC current carrying capacity
7.3.6 Screening attenuation
7.4 Optical fibre cabling
8 Reference implementation for backbone cabling subsystems
8.1 General
8.2 Balanced cabling
8.2.1 Component choice
8.2.2 Dimensions
8.3 Optical fibre cabling
8.3.1 General
8.3.2 Component selection
8.3.3 Dimensions
9 Cable requirements
9.1 General
9.2 Operating environment
9.3 Balanced cables
9.3.1 Basic requirements
9.3.2 Balanced cables of Category 5 through 7A, 8.1 and 8.2
9.3.2.1 General
9.3.2.2 Environmental characteristics
9.3.2.3 Mechanical characteristics
9.3.2.4 Electrical characteristics
9.3.2.4.1 General
9.3.2.4.2 Characteristic impedance
9.3.2.4.3 Attenuation
9.3.2.4.4 Coupling attenuation
9.3.2.4.5 Unbalance attenuation, near-end
9.3.2.5 Hybrid and multi-unit cables
9.3.2.5.1 Cable sharing
9.3.2.5.2 Power summation in subsystem 2, 3, and 4 cables
9.3.2.5.3 Hybrid, multi-unit and cables connected to more than one terminal equipment outlet
9.3.2.5.4 Alien crosstalk
9.3.2.6 Additional performance requirements for flexible cables
9.3.3 Balanced cables of Category BCT-B
9.3.3.1 General
9.3.3.2 Environmental characteristics
9.3.3.3 Mechanical characteristics
9.3.3.4 Electrical characteristics
9.3.3.5 Additional performance requirements for flexible cables
9.4 Coaxial cables
9.4.1 General
9.4.2 Environmental characteristics
9.4.3 Mechanical characteristics
9.4.4 Electrical characteristics
9.5 Optical fibre cable (cabled optical fibres)
9.5.1 Mechanical and environmental characteristics
9.5.2 Cabled optical fibre Categories
9.5.2.1 General
9.5.2.2 Cabled multimode optical fibres of Category OM3, OM4 and OM5
9.5.2.3 Cabled single-mode optical fibre of Categories OS1a and OS2
9.5.2.4 Propagation delay
10 Connecting hardware requirements
10.1 General requirements
10.1.1 Overview
10.1.2 Location
10.1.3 Design
10.1.4 Operating environment
10.1.4.1 General
10.1.4.2 Connecting hardware for balanced cabling
10.1.4.3 Connecting hardware for coaxial cabling
10.1.4.4 Connecting hardware for optical fibre cabling
10.1.5 Mounting
10.1.6 Installation practices
10.1.7 Marking and colour coding
10.2 Category 5 through 7A, 8.1, and 8.2 connecting hardware for balanced cabling
10.2.1 General
10.2.2 Performance marking
10.2.3 Mechanical characteristics
10.2.4 Electrical characteristics
10.2.4.1 General
10.2.4.2 Performance requirements
10.2.5 Additional requirements
10.2.5.1 3-connector permanent links
10.2.5.2 Cross-connections without cords/jumpers
10.3 BCT-B connecting hardware
10.4 Connecting hardware for use with coaxial cabling for BCT applications
10.4.1 General requirements
10.4.2 Performance marking
10.4.3 Electrical characteristics
10.5 Optical fibre connecting hardware
10.5.1 General requirements
10.5.2 Marking and colour coding
10.5.3 Mechanical and optical characteristics
10.6 Connecting hardware in accordance with IEC 60603-7 series
10.7 Connecting hardware in accordance with IEC 61076-3-104
10.8 Connecting hardware in accordance with IEC 61076-2-101 (Type D, 4 poles)
10.9 Connecting hardware in accordance with IEC 61076-2-109 (Type X, 8 poles)
10.10 Connecting hardware in accordance with IEC 61169-2 and IEC 61169-24 (Type F)
10.11 Connecting hardware for two optical fibres
10.12 Connecting hardware for twelve and twenty-four optical fibres
11 Cord requirements
11.1 General
11.2 Operating environment
11.3 Balanced cords of Category 5 through 7A, 8.1, 8.2 and BCT-B
11.3.1 General
11.3.2 Identification
11.3.3 Operating environment
11.3.4 Return loss
11.3.5 NEXT
11.4 Coaxial cords
11.5 Optical fibre cords
11.5.1 General
11.5.2 Identification
11.5.3 Performance requirements for patch cords
11.5.3.1 Attenuation/insertion loss
11.5.3.2 Performance specifications
Annex A
A.1 General
A.2 Channel and link performance testing
A.2.1 General
A.2.2 Conformance testing of balanced cabling channels, and links
A.2.3 Installation conformance testing of optical fibre cabling channels
A.3 Overview of test schedules
Annex B
B.1 Overview
B.2 Solderless connections
B.3 Free and fixed connectors (modular plugs and jacks)
B.4 Other connecting hardware
Annex C
Annex D
Annex E
E.1 Supported applications for balanced cabling
E.2 Supported applications for optical fibre cabling
E.3 Supported applications for coaxial cabling
E.4 Supported industrial applications for optical fibre cabling
Annex F
Appendix ZZ
ZZ.1 Scope
ZZ.2 Variations
Appendix ZA
ZA.1 Scope
ZA.2 Principle
ZA.3 Apparatus
ZA.4 Procedure
ZA.5 Test configuration and reference planes
ZA.6 Calculation
ZA.7 Test report
Appendix ZB
ZB.1 General
ZB.2 Personnel
ZB.3 Cabling products
ZB.4 Installation practices
ZB.5 Mandatory segregation requirements for safety
ZB.6 Relevant Standards
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