Module 2 Lab Essay

Submitted By Paul-Camaratta
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A QUICK GLANCE AT
CABLING STANDARDS
EIGHT IMPORTANT STANDARDS TO FOLLOW FOR NEW
BUILDINGS.

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ANTI/TIA/EAI – 606 – A STANDARD
• THE PRIMARY OBJECTIVE IS TO PROVIDE A UNIFORM ADMINISTRATION THAT IS
INDEPENDENT OF APPLICATIONS. FOUR CLASSES ARE SPECIFIED.
• CLASS 1 ADDRESSES THE ADMINISTRATION NEEDS OF A PREMISE THAT IS SERVED
BE A SINGLE EQUIPMENT ROOM
• CLASS 2 PROVIDES FOR THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE ADMIN
NEEDS OF A SINGLE BUILDING OR TENET THAT IS SERVED BY ONE OR MORE
TELECOMMUNICATIONS SPACES.
• CLASS 3 ADDRESS THE NEEDS OF A CAMPUS, INCLUDING IT’S BUILDING AND
OUTSIDE PLANT ELEMENTS.
• CLASS 4 ADDRESSES THE NEEDS OF A MULTI-SITE SYSTEM.
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ISO/IEC 11801
• ALSO KNOWN AS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY – GENERIC CABLING FOR
CUSTOMER PREMISES
• SPECIFIES GENERAL-PURPOSE TELECOMMUNICATION CABLING SYSTEM THAT
ARE SUIT ABLE FOR A WIDE RANGE OF APPLICATIONS.
• THIS COVERS BOTH BALANCED COPPER CABLING AND OPTICAL FIBER
CABLING
• THERE IS CURRENTLY A MAJOR REVISION , EDITION 3, IS BEING PREPARED
WHICH WILL UNIFY REQUIREMENTS FOR COMMERCIAL, HOME, AND
INDUSTRIAL NETWORKS.
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TIA/EIA-568
• THIS IS A SET OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS STANDARDS FROM THE
TELECOMMUNICATION INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION (TIA), AN OFFSHOOT OF THE
ELECTRONICAL INDUSTRIAL ALLIANCE (EIA).
• THIS ADDRESS COMMERCIAL BUILDING CABLING FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS
PRODUCTS AND SERVICES.
• AS OF 2014 THIS STANDARD SANDS AND REVISION C, REVISION B WAS
REPLACED IN 2001, AND REVISION A WAS REPLACED IN 1995, THE ORIGINAL
WAS REPLACED IN 1991.
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ANSI/TIA/EIA TSB - 75
• PROVIDES TWO INNOVATIVE CABLING-INSTALLATION SOLUTIONS TO HELP
MINIMIZE DIFFICULTIES CAUSED FROM MOVING AROUND AN OFFICE.
• THESE SOLUTIONS ARE MULTI-USER TELECOMMUNICATIONS OUTLET
ASSEMBLIES (MUTOAS) AND CONSOLIDATION POINTS (CPS).
• MUTOAS PROVIDE A SINGLE OUTLET ASSEMBLY TO SERVE MULTIPLE USERS IN
A MODULAR FURNITURE CLUSTER.
• CPS PROVIDE INTERCONNECTION POINTS WITHIN THE HORIZONTAL CABLING,
AND ARE LOCATED IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE FURNITURE CLUSTERS.
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ANTI/TIA/EIA – 569 – B STANDARD
• THIS IS A COMMERCIAL BUILDING STANDARD FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS
PATHWAYS AND SPACES STANDARDIZES SPECIFIC PATHWAY SPACE DESIGN
AND CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES IN SUPPORT OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS
MEDIA AND EQUIPMENT WITHIN BUILDINGS.
• SHOULD ALSO PROVE TO BE USEFUL TO THE TEAM THAT IS RESPONSIBLE
FOR DELIVERING A WELL-DESIGNED FACILITY OWNER, THE ARCHITECTS,
ENGINEERS, AND THE CONSTRUCTION COMMUNITY.
• A GOOD UNDERSTANDING OF THIS STANDARD BY THE ABOVE TEAMS WILL
REDUCE UNFORESEEN PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH THE
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TELECOMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTURE.

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TIA/EIA 568 – A STANDARD
• THIS STANDARD REPLACED THE TIA/EIA 568 MENTIONED IN SLIDE 4
• THIS STANDARD ADDS A SEPARATE ADDENDUM FOR SHIELD TWISTED PAIR
(STP) WIRING.
• CHANGES IN FIBEROPTIC CABLING CONNECTING HARDWARE FROM ST-TYPE
TO SC-TYPE CONNECTORS.
• THIS STANDARDS ALSO BRING AROUND THE BEGINNING OF A STANDARD
FOR “UTP LINK PERFORMANCE.”…