This standard specifies the requirements for LTE filters that cover the 700 MHz band in addition to the 800 MHz band. These filters are to be used in individual and MATV antenna installations for reception of DTT signals when the 700 MHz band will be used by telecommunication services (LTE) in addition to the 800 MHz band.

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The present document provides the ETSI endorsement of ANSI/SCTE Standard 220-5 [1].
ANSI/SCTE Standard 220-5 is part of a series of specifications that defines the fourth generation of high-speed dataover-
cable systems, commonly referred to as the DOCSIS 3.1 specifications. The standard was developed for the
benefit of the cable industry, and includes contributions by operators and vendors from North and South America,
Europe and Asia.
ANSI/SCTE Standard 220-5 defines the security requirements, and corresponds to the CableLabs specification [i.1].

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The present document provides the ETSI endorsement of ANSI/SCTE Standard 220-3 [1].
ANSI/SCTE Standard 220-3 is part of a series of specifications that defines the fourth generation of high-speed dataover-
cable systems, commonly referred to as the DOCSIS 3.1 specifications. The standard was developed for the
benefit of the cable industry, and includes contributions by operators and vendors from North and South America,
Europe and Asia.
ANSI/SCTE Standard 220-3 defines the Operations Support System Interface (OSSI) requirements for the Cable
Modem (CM), and corresponds to the CableLabs specification [i.1].

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The present document is part of a series of specifications that defines the fourth generation of high-speed data-overcable
systems, commonly referred to as the DOCSIS 3.1 specifications. The standard was developed for the benefit of
the cable industry, and includes contributions by operators and vendors from North and South America, Europe and
Asia.
This generation of the DOCSIS specifications builds upon the previous generations of DOCSIS specifications
(commonly referred to as the DOCSIS 3.0 and earlier specifications), leveraging the existing Media Access Control
(MAC) and Physical (PHY) layers, but with the addition of a new PHY layer designed to improve spectral efficiency
and provide better scaling for larger bandwidths (and appropriate updates to the MAC and management layers to
support the new PHY layer). It includes backward compatibility for the existing PHY layers in order to enable a
seamless migration to the new technology.

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The present document provides the ETSI endorsement of ANSI/SCTE Standard 220-2 [1].
ANSI/SCTE Standard 220-2 is part of a series of specifications that defines the fourth generation of high-speed dataover-
cable systems, commonly referred to as the DOCSIS 3.1 specifications. The standard was developed for the
benefit of the cable industry, and includes contributions by operators and vendors from North and South America,
Europe and Asia.
This generation of the DOCSIS specifications builds upon the previous generations of DOCSIS specifications
(commonly referred to as the DOCSIS 3.0 and earlier specifications), leveraging the existing Media Access Control
(MAC) and Physical (PHY) layers, but with the addition of a new PHY layer designed to improve spectral efficiency
and provide better scaling for larger bandwidths (and appropriate updates to the MAC and management layers to
support the new PHY layer). It includes backward compatibility for the existing PHY layers in order to enable a
seamless migration to the new technology.
ANSI/SCTE Standard 220-2 defines the interface for the MAC and upper layer protocols, and corresponds to the
CableLabs specification [i.1].

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The present document provides the ETSI endorsement of ANSI/SCTE Standard 220-1 [1].
ANSI/SCTE Standard 220-1 is part of a series of specifications that defines the fourth generation of high-speed dataover-
cable systems, commonly referred to as the DOCSIS 3.1 specifications. The standard was developed for the
benefit of the cable industry, and includes contributions by operators and vendors from North and South America,
Europe and Asia.
This generation of the DOCSIS specifications builds upon the previous generations of DOCSIS specifications
(commonly referred to as the DOCSIS 3.0 and earlier specifications), leveraging the existing Media Access Control
(MAC) and Physical (PHY) layers, but with the addition of a new PHY layer designed to improve spectral efficiency
and provide better scaling for larger bandwidths (and appropriate updates to the MAC and management layers to
support the new PHY layer). It includes backward compatibility for the existing PHY layers in order to enable a
seamless migration to the new technology.
There are differences in the cable spectrum planning practices adopted for different networks in the world. For the new
PHY layer defined in the present document, there is flexibility to deploy the technology in any spectrum plan; therefore,
no special accommodation for different regions of the world is specified for this new PHY layer.
However, due to the inclusion of the DOCSIS 3.0 PHY layers for backward compatibility purposes, there is still a need
for different region-specific physical layer technologies. Therefore, three options for physical layer technologies are
included in the present document. One technology option is based on the downstream channel identification plan that is
deployed in North America using 6 MHz spacing. The second technology option is based on the corresponding
European multi-program television distribution. The third technology option is based on the corresponding Chinese
multi-program television distribution. All three options have the same status, notwithstanding that the document
structure does not reflect this equal priority. The first of these options is defined in clauses 5 and 6 of [1], whereas the
second is defined by replacing the content of those clauses with the content of Annex C of [1]. The third is defined by
replacing the content of those clauses with the content of Annex D of [1]. Correspondingly, [14] and [4] apply only to
the first option, and [5] applies to the second and third. Compliance with the present document means compliance with
one of these implementations, but not with all three. It is not expected that equipment built to one option interoperates
with equipment built to the other.
Compliance with frequency planning and EMC requirements is not covered by the present document and remains the
operators' responsibility. In this respect, [11] and [12] are relevant to the USA; [3] and [i.2] to Canada; [i.4], [6], [7],
[8], [9] and [10] are relevant to the European Union; [13] and [i.1] are relevant to China.
ANSI/SCTE Standard 220-1 defines the interface for the physical layer, and corresponds to the CableLabs
specification [i.3].

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The present document provides the ETSI endorsement of ANSI/SCTE Standard 220-4 [1].
ANSI/SCTE Standard 220-4 is part of a series of specifications that defines the fourth generation of high-speed dataover-
cable systems, commonly referred to as the DOCSIS 3.1 specifications. The standard was developed for the
benefit of the cable industry, and includes contributions by operators and vendors from North and South America,
Europe and Asia.
ANSI/SCTE Standard 220-4 defines the requirements necessary for the configuration, fault management and
performance management of Cable Modem Termination Systems (CMTS) and the Converged Cable Access Platform
(CCAP) system. The intent of the standard is to define a common, cross-vendor set of functionality for the
configuration and management of CMTSs and CCAPs.
The standard defines a configuration object model for the configuration of the CCAP. The standard also defines the
SNMP management requirements for a CCAP. These SNMP requirements include both protocol conformance and
management object definitions, based largely upon existing industry standard management objects found in DOCSIS
CMTSs and Universal EQAMs. In addition, this standard defined the event messaging requirements of a CCAP system.
ANSI/SCTE Standard 220-4 corresponds to the CableLabs specification [i.1].

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This document provides requirements for passive filters intended to reduce RF interference from mobile Base Stations (BS) and User Equipment (UE) to receiving equipment and master antenna cable distribution systems of broadcast DVB-T and DVB-T2 signals in the VHF and UHF bands. While primarily intended to be used with VHF/UHF DVB-T and DVB-T2 receivers and signal distribution systems, filters can also be useful for mitigation of interference to VHF FM or DAB radio.

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contains Common Modifications to IEC 60728-11:2016 (the RD for EN 60728-11:2017) in response to the comments raised by the LVD New Approach Consultant in his negative assessment of IEC 60728-11.

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This part of IEC 60728 is applicable to optical transmission systems for broadcast signal
transmission that consist of headend equipment, optical transmission lines, in-house wirings
and system outlets. These systems are primarily intended for television and sound signals
using digital transmission technology. This document specifies the basic system parameters
and methods of measurement for optical distribution systems between headend equipment
and system outlets in order to assess the system performance and its performance limits.
In this document, the upper signal frequency is limited at about 1 000 MHz. For systems
requiring more bandwidth, refer to IEC 60728-13-1.
The purpose of this part of IEC 60728 is to describe the system specifications of FTTH (fibre
to the home) networks for digitally modulated broadcast signal transmission. This document is
also applicable to broadcast signal transmission using a telecommunication network if it
satisfies the optical portion of this document. This document describes RF transmission for
fully digitalized broadcast and narrowcast (limited area distribution of broadcast) signals over
FTTH, and introduces xPON system as a physical layer media. The detailed description of the
physical layer is out of the scope of this document. The scope is limited to RF signal
transmission over FTTH, thus, it does not include IP transport technologies, such as IP
Multicast and associate protocols.
Some interference descriptions between the telecommunication system and the broadcast
system are addressed in Clause 7.

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This Technical Specification provides requirements to passive filters intended to reduce RF interference from LTE Base Stations (LTE-BS) and LTE User Equipment (LTE-UE) to receiving equipment and cable distribution systems of broadcast DVB-T and DVB-T2 signals in the VHF and UHF bands. While primarily intended to be used with VHF/UHF DVB-T and DVB-T2 receivers and signal distribution systems, filters can also be useful for mitigation of interference to VHF FM or DAB radio.

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IEC 60728-113:2018 is applicable to optical transmission systems for broadcast signal transmission that consist of headend equipment, optical transmission lines, in-house wirings and system outlets. These systems are primarily intended for television and sound signals using digital transmission technology. This document specifies the basic system parameters and methods of measurement for optical distribution systems between headend equipment and system outlets in order to assess the system performance and its performance limits. In this document, the upper signal frequency is limited at about 1 000 MHz. For systems requiring more bandwidth, refer to IEC 60728-13-1. The purpose of this part of IEC 60728 is to describe the system specifications of FTTH (fibre to the home) networks for digitally modulated broadcast signal transmission. This document is also applicable to broadcast signal transmission using a telecommunication network if it satisfies the optical portion of this document. This document describes RF transmission for fully digitalized broadcast and narrowcast (limited area distribution of broadcast) signals over FTTH, and introduces xPON system as a physical layer media. The detailed description of the physical layer is out of the scope of this document. The scope is limited to RF signal transmission over FTTH, thus, it does not include IP transport technologies, such as IP Multicast and associate protocols. Some interference descriptions between the telecommunication system and the broadcast system are addressed in Clause 7.

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This part of IEC 60728 specifies the measuring methods, performance requirements and data
publication requirements for active wideband equipment of cable networks for television
signals, sound signals and interactive services.
This document
• applies to all amplifiers used in cable networks;
• covers the frequency range 5 MHz to 3 000 MHz;
NOTE The upper limit of 3 000 MHz is an example, but not a strict value.
• applies to one-way and two-way equipment;
• specifies the basic methods of measurement of the operational characteristics of the
active equipment in order to assess the performance of this equipment;
• identifies the performance specifications to be published by the manufacturers;
• states the minimum performance requirements of certain parameters.

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The present document specifies the requirements for a Global KPI for energy management (KPIEM) and their
underpinning Objective KPIs addressing the following objectives for the fixed access networks (FANs) of broadband
deployment:
• energy consumption;
• task effectiveness;
• renewable energy.
The requirements are mapped to the general requirements of ETSI ES 205 200-1 [1].
Energy management of fixed access networks comprises a number of independent layers. The present document
addresses performance of infrastructures that supports the normal function of hosted ICT equipment within the fixed
access network (e.g. power distribution, environmental control, security and safety). The present document does not
address other layers such as performance of ICT equipment itself, performance of usage of available processing power,
and layers related to final service delivered (e.g. processing power required per itemized outcome) or overlay layers
(e.g. energy consumption required per itemized outcome).
The environmental impact and management of different energy sources are outside the scope of the present document.
KPIEM may be tailored for specific needs by changing weighting of renewable energies. Calculations should be based on
a significant sample of network elements.
The Global KPI alone is not designed for comparison of fixed networks. It does not define a fixed network as good or
bad unless combined with other parameters considered relevant for a comparison, such as local climatic conditions,
availability requirements or purpose of fixed networks.

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IEC 60728-113:2018 is applicable to optical transmission systems for broadcast signal transmission that consist of headend equipment, optical transmission lines, in-house wirings and system outlets. These systems are primarily intended for television and sound signals using digital transmission technology. This document specifies the basic system parameters and methods of measurement for optical distribution systems between headend equipment and system outlets in order to assess the system performance and its performance limits.
In this document, the upper signal frequency is limited at about 1 000 MHz. For systems requiring more bandwidth, refer to IEC 60728-13-1.
The purpose of this part of IEC 60728 is to describe the system specifications of FTTH (fibre to the home) networks for digitally modulated broadcast signal transmission. This document is also applicable to broadcast signal transmission using a telecommunication network if it satisfies the optical portion of this document. This document describes RF transmission for fully digitalized broadcast and narrowcast (limited area distribution of broadcast) signals over FTTH, and introduces xPON system as a physical layer media. The detailed description of the physical layer is out of the scope of this document. The scope is limited to RF signal transmission over FTTH, thus, it does not include IP transport technologies, such as IP Multicast and associate protocols.
Some interference descriptions between the telecommunication system and the broadcast system are addressed in Clause 7.

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This Technical Specification provides requirements to passive filters intended to reduce RF interference from LTE Base Stations (LTE-BS) and LTE User Equipment (LTE-UE) to receiving equipment and cable distribution systems of broadcast DVB-T and DVB-T2 signals in the VHF and UHF bands. While primarily intended to be used with VHF/UHF DVB-T and DVB-T2 receivers and signal distribution systems, filters can also be useful for mitigation of interference to VHF FM or DAB radio.

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NEW!IEC 60728-3:2017 is available as IEC 60728-3:2017 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.IEC 60728-3:2017 specifies the measuring methods, performance requirements and data publication requirements for active wideband equipment of cable networks for television signals, sound signals and interactive services. This fifth edition cancels and replaces the fourth edition published in 2010. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) extension of upper frequency range limit for cable network equipment in the forward path from 1 000 MHz to 1 218 MHz (optional up to 1 794 MHz); b) extension of upper frequency range limit for cable network equipment in the return path from 85 MHz to 204 MHz; c) integration and update of IEC 60728-3-1 content; d) integration and update of the Technical Specification CLC/TS 50083-3-3 content; e) deletion of specifications and test methods for obsolete analogue parameters; f) additional normative references; g) additional terms and definitions and abbreviations.

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This part of IEC 60728 deals with the safety requirements applicable to fixed sited systems
and equipment. As far as applicable, it is also valid for mobile and temporarily installed
systems, for example, caravans.
Additional requirements may be applied, for example, referring to
• electrical installations of buildings and overhead lines,
• other telecommunication services distribution systems,
• water distribution systems,
• gas distribution systems,
• lightning systems.
This standard is intended to provide specifically for the safety of the system, personnel
working on it, subscribers and subscriber equipment. It deals only with safety aspects and is
not intended to define a standard for the protection of the equipment used in the system.

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This part of IEC 60728 is applicable to any cable network (including individual receiving
systems) distributing only digital channels having in the forward path a coaxial cable output
and primarily intended for television and sound signals operating between about 30 MHz and
3 000 MHz.
This standard specifies the basic methods of measurement of the operational characteristics
of a cable network having coaxial cable outputs in order to assess the performance of these
systems and their performance limits.

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IEC 60728-3:2017 is also available as IEC 60728-3:2017 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.
IEC 60728-3:2017 specifies the measuring methods, performance requirements and data publication requirements for active wideband equipment of cable networks for television signals, sound signals and interactive services. This fifth edition cancels and replaces the fourth edition published in 2010. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a) extension of upper frequency range limit for cable network equipment in the forward path from 1000 MHz to 1218 MHz (optional up to 1794 MHz);
b) extension of upper frequency range limit for cable network equipment in the return path from 85 MHz to 204 MHz;
c) integration and update of IEC 60728-3-1 content;
d) integration and update of the Technical Specification CLC/TS 50083-3-3 content;
e) deletion of specifications and test methods for obsolete analogue parameters;
f) additional normative references;
g) additional terms and definitions and abbreviations.

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IEC 60728-12:2017(E) applies to the radiation characteristics and immunity to electromagnetic disturbance of cable networks for television signals, sound signals and interactive services and covers the frequency range 0,15 MHz to 3,5 GHz. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2001. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a) IEC 60728-12 with its methods of measurement and EMC performance requirements is explicitly dedicated to “under operating conditions (in situ)” to ensure the ongoing EMC integrity of cable networks.
b) The first intermediate frequency range (1st IF range) for satellite signal transmission was extended to cover now frequencies from 950 MHz up to 3 500 MHz.
c) The method of measurement and the requirements for in-band immunity were extended taking into account the new EMC environment due to the allocation of broadband wireless services in the frequency band 694 MHz to 862 MHz. As a consequence, the limits of in-band immunity were specified for analogue and additionally for digital signals in this frequency range.
d) The substitution method of measurement (power method) was deleted.
e) EMC measurements below 30 MHz were deleted.
f) New Annex D “Measurements at other distances than the standard distance of 3 m”.
g) New Annex E “GPS based leakage detection system for cable networks”.

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IEC 60728-11:2016 deals with the safety requirements applicable to fixed sited systems and equipment. As far as applicable, it is also valid for mobile and temporarily installed systems, for example, caravans. This fourth edition cancels and replaces the third edition published in 2010. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: - Correction of minimum cross-section of bonding conductor in Figure 6, Figure 14 and Figure 17. - Creation of new symbols for "overvoltage protective device - (OPD)" and for "coaxial overvoltage protective device - (COPD)". - Introduction of new OPD symbol to 3.2, Figure 3 and Figure 6. - Introduction of new COPD symbol to 3.2 and Figure 19. - In 3.1 replacement of terms CATV, MATV and SMATV by new terms and definitions due to changes in technology and use of cable networks. - Extension for remote feeding voltage on subscriber feeder. - Adaption to Edition 2.0 of the IEC 62305 series. - Deletion of informative Annex C and normative reference to the simplified software for the calculation of risk due to lightning (Annex J of IEC 62305-2:2006.) - New subclause 10.2.6 Fully-isolated system outlet provided by means of a FTTH system.

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IEC TR 60728-3-2:2016(E) is applicable to the measurement of 5th order non-linearity for active electronic equipment which carries only digitally modulated television signals, sound signals and signals for interactive services. This method of measurement is specifically applicable to MATV installations but could be applied to broadband and channel selective amplifiers used in all kinds of cable networks.

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This part of IEC 60728 specifies the characteristics of equipment used in the headends of terrestrial broadcast and satellite receiving systems (without satellite outdoor units and without those broadband amplifiers in the headend as described in IEC 60728-3). The satellite outdoor units for fixed satellite systems (FSS) are described in ETSI ETS 300 158, and for broadcast satellite systems (BSS) in ETSI ETS 300 249. Test methods for both types (FSS and BSS) of satellite outdoor units are laid down in ETSI ETS 300 457.
This part of IEC 60728
a) covers the frequency range 5 MHz to 3 000 MHz;
b) identifies performance requirements for certain parameters;
c) lays down data publication requirements for certain parameters;
d) stipulates methods of measurements;
e) introduces minimum requirements defining quality grades (Q-grades).
This part of IEC 60728 specifies the overall characteristics for upstream/downstream signals between external sources/sinks (for example, antennas, cable modem termination systems, etc.) and the system interface to the cable network. In the case of modular headend systems, single equipment items such as modulators, converters, etc. are also described. Cable modem termination systems, encrypters, decrypters, etc. are not described in this part of IEC 60728. If such equipment is used in headends, the relevant parameters for RF, video, audio and data interfaces should be met.
According to the definitions in 3.1, the headends are divided into the following three quality grades:
• Grade 1: central headend;
• Grade 2: hub headend or hubsite;
• Grade 3: MATV headend/individual reception headend.

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IEC 60728-5:2015 specifies the characteristics of equipment used in the headends of terrestrial broadcast and satellite receiving systems (without satellite outdoor units and without those broadband amplifiers in the headend as described in IEC 60728-3). It: - covers the frequency range 5 MHz to 3 000 MHz; - identifies performance requirements for certain parameters; - lays down data publication requirements for certain parameters; - stipulates methods of measurements; - introduces minimum requirements defining quality grades (Q-grades). This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2007. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: - new text for the introduction, following the scope of IEC TC 100/TA 5; - introduction of IPTV to the scope; - headend specification for digital terrestrial TV signals according to the DVB-T2 standard; - headend specification for digital TV signals in cable networks according to the DVB-S2 standard.

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IEC 60728-11:2016 deals with the safety requirements applicable to fixed sited systems and equipment. As far as applicable, it is also valid for mobile and temporarily installed systems, for example, caravans. This fourth edition cancels and replaces the third edition published in 2010. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
- Correction of minimum cross-section of bonding conductor in Figure 6, Figure 14 and Figure 17.
- Creation of new symbols for "overvoltage protective device - (OPD)" and for "coaxial overvoltage protective device - (COPD)".
- Introduction of new OPD symbol to 3.2, Figure 3 and Figure 6.
- Introduction of new COPD symbol to 3.2 and Figure 19.
- In 3.1 replacement of terms CATV, MATV and SMATV by new terms and definitions due to changes in technology and use of cable networks.
- Extension for remote feeding voltage on subscriber feeder.
- Adaption to Edition 2.0 of the IEC 62305 series.
- Deletion of informative Annex C and normative reference to the simplified software for the calculation of risk due to lightning (Annex J of IEC 62305-2:2006.)
- New subclause 10.2.6 Fully-isolated system outlet provided by means of a FTTH system. The contents of the corrigendum of July 2016 have been included in this copy.

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IEC 60728-5:2015 specifies the characteristics of equipment used in the headends of terrestrial broadcast and satellite receiving systems (without satellite outdoor units and without those broadband amplifiers in the headend as described in IEC 60728-3). It:
- covers the frequency range 5 MHz to 3 000 MHz;
- identifies performance requirements for certain parameters;
- lays down data publication requirements for certain parameters;
- stipulates methods of measurements;
- introduces minimum requirements defining quality grades (Q-grades). This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2007. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
- new text for the introduction, following the scope of IEC TC 100/TA 5;
- introduction of IPTV to the scope;
- headend specification for digital terrestrial TV signals according to the DVB-T2 standard;
- headend specification for digital TV signals in cable networks according to the DVB-S2 standard.

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This European Standard describes:
▪ the system physical structure;
▪ the system control signals, which implement a set of messages using DiSEqC physical layer but not the
DiSEqC message structure;
▪ the definition of identified configurations;
▪ the management of the potential collisions in the control signals traffic.
Figure 1 illustrates the physical system configuration considered in this standard.
Several satellite signal demodulators can receive signals from any of the input signal banks (Bank 1, Bank 2,
Bank M, with M ≤ 256) of the LNB or the switch. The signals selected by the demodulators (or receivers) are
transported via a single cable to these demodulators (Receiver 1, Receiver 2, Receiver N, with N ≤ 32).
To achieve these single cable distributions, the Single Cable Interface (SCIF, likely embedded in a LNB or a
Switch) features some specific functions and characteristics.
Figure

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This standard describes:  the system physical structure;  the system control signals, which implement a set of messages using DiSEqC physical layer but not the DiSEqC message structure;  the definition of identified configurations;  the management of the potential collisions in the control signals traffic. Figure 1 illustrates the physical system configuration considered in this standard. Several satellite signal demodulators can receive signals from any of the input signal banks (Bank 1, Bank 2,  Bank M, with M  256) of the LNB or the switch. The signals selected by the demodulators (or receivers) are transported via a single cable to these demodulators (Receiver 1, Receiver 2,  Receiver N, with N  32). To achieve these single cable distributions, the Single Cable Interface (SCIF, likely embedded in a LNB or a Switch) features some specific functions and characteristics.

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The Technical Reports describes the interference situation which may occur when besides the wanted broadcast signals of DVB-T/-T2 formats also signals from base stations of mobile radio services (unwanted signals) are received by the same terrestrial broadcast antenna and by an active equipment (amplifier) directly connected to the antenna output. The TR relates in a first step to the special frequency neighbourhood situation between DVB-T signals up to 790 MHz (channel 60) and LTE base station signals starting at 791 MHz. This neighbourhood situation is currently already in operation in many European countries. The TR proposes different measures by which such interference situations can be reduced to an acceptable level or can even be completely avoided. Measures are described for application in already installed networks and also in new networks to be installed in the future.

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Standards and deliverables of EN 60728 series deal with cable networks including equipment and associated methods of measurement for headend reception, processing and distribution of television and sound signals and for processing, interfacing and transmitting all kinds of data signals for interactive services using all applicable transmission media. These signals are typically transmitted in networks by frequency-multiplexing techniques. This includes for instance • regional and local broadband cable networks, • extended satellite and terrestrial television distribution systems, • individual satellite and terrestrial television receiving systems, and all kinds of equipment, systems and installations used in such cable networks, distribution and receiving systems. The extent of this standardization work is from the antennas and/or special signal source inputs to the headend or other interface points to the network up to the terminal input of the customer premises equipment. The standardization work will consider coexistence with users of the RF spectrum in wired and wireless transmission systems. The standardization of any user terminals (i.e. tuners, receivers, decoders, multimedia terminals etc.) as well as of any coaxial, balanced and optical cables and accessories thereof is excluded.

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The Technical Reports describes the interference situation which may occur when besides the wanted broadcast signals of DVB-T/-T2 formats also signals from base stations of mobile radio services (unwanted signals) are received by the same terrestrial broadcast antenna and by an active equipment (amplifier) directly connected to the antenna output. The TR relates in a first step to the special frequency neighbourhood situation between DVB-T signals up to 790 MHz (channel 60) and LTE base station signals starting at 791 MHz. This neighbourhood situation is currently already in operation in many European countries. The TR proposes different measures by which such interference situations can be reduced to an acceptable level or can even be completely avoided. Measures are described for application in already installed networks and also in new networks to be installed in the future.

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Standard is applicable to any cable network (including individual receiving systems) having in the forward path a coaxial cable output and primarily intended for television and sound signals operating between about 30 MHz and 3 000 MHz. This part of IEC 60728 specifies the basic methods of measurement of the operational characteristics of cable network having coaxial cable outputs in order to assess the performance of these systems and their performance limits.

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Standard provides the requirements and describes the implementation guidelines of RF cabling for two-way home networks. This standard is applicable to any home network that distributes signals provided by CATV/MATV/SMATV cable networks (including individual receiving systems) having a coaxial cable output. This standard also applies to home networks where some part of the distribution network uses wireless links, for example instead of the receiver cord. This part of IEC 60728 is therefore applicable to RF cabling for two-way home networks with wired cords or wireless links inside a room and primarily intended for television and sound signals operating between about 5 MHz and 3 000 MHz. The frequency range is extended to 6 000 MHz for distribution techniques that replace wired cords with a wireless two-way communication inside a room (or a small number of adjacent rooms) that uses the 5 GHz to 6 GHz band.

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Standard provides the requirements and describes the implementation guidelines of RF cabling for two-way home networks. This standard is applicable to any home network that distributes signals provided by CATV/MATV/SMATV cable networks (including individual receiving systems) having a coaxial cable output. This standard also applies to home networks where some part of the distribution network uses wireless links, for example instead of the receiver cord. This part of IEC 60728 is therefore applicable to RF cabling for two-way home networks with wired cords or wireless links inside a room and primarily intended for television and sound signals operating between about 5 MHz and 3 000 MHz. The frequency range is extended to 6 000 MHz for distribution techniques that replace wired cords with a wireless two-way communication inside a room (or a small number of adjacent rooms) that uses the 5

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Standards and deliverables of EN 60728 series deal with cable networks including equipment and associated methods of measurement for headend reception, processing and distribution of television and sound signals and for processing, interfacing and transmitting all kinds of data signals for interactive services using all applicable transmission media. These signals are typically transmitted in networks by frequency-multiplexing techniques. This includes for instance - regional and local broadband cable networks, - extended satellite and terrestrial television distribution systems, - individual satellite and terrestrial television receiving systems, and all kinds of equipment, systems and installations used in such cable networks, distribution and receiving systems. The extent of this standardization work is from the antennas and/or special signal source inputs to the headend or other interface points to the network up to the terminal input of the customer premises equipment. The standardization work will consider coexistence with users of the RF spectrum in wired and wireless transmission systems. The standardization of any user terminals (i.e. tuners, receivers, decoders, multimedia terminals etc.) as well as of any coaxial, balanced and optical cables and accessories thereof is excluded.

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EN IEC 60728-10 specifies the transparent return path of cable networks operated in the frequency range between 5 MHz and 85 MHz or parts thereof. The upper frequency limit of the return path is reduced to 65 MHz where FM radio signals are transmitted in a cable network. Higher frequencies may be used in fibre based networks. Specifications of transmission systems (e.g. DOCSIS) are not within the scope of this standard.

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EN IEC 60728-14 describes the system and equipment specification of FTTH/FTTB (fibre to the home/fibre to the building) networks where information is transmitted in both, forward and return path directions using RF subcarrier multiplexing technology, and where the return path transmission uses additionally time division multiple access technique imposed by the transmission of the return path signals using a TDMA (e.g. TDMA mode of DOCSIS) protocol. Such systems are called RF over Glass (RFoG) and consist of an RFoG optical network unit (R-ONU), an optical distribution network based on xPON structure, and an RFoG optical return path receiver. This standard specifies the basic system parameters and methods of measurement for RFoG systems in order to assess the system performance and its performance limits. The detailed description of physical layer is out of the scope of this standard and it does not include IP transport technologies.

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Standards and other deliverables of the EN 50083 and EN 60728 series deal with cable networks including equipment and associated methods of measurement for headend reception, processing and distribution of television and sound signals and for processing, interfacing and transmitting all kinds of data signals for interactive services using all applicable transmission media. These signals are typically transmitted in networks by frequency-multiplexing techniques. This includes for instance: - regional and local broadband cable networks, - extended satellite and terrestrial television distribution networks and systems, - individual satellite and terrestrial television receiving systems - and all kinds of equipment, systems and installations used in such cable networks, distribution and receiving systems. The extent of this standardization work is from the antennas and/or special signal source inputs to the headend or other interface points to the network up to the terminal input of the customer premises equipment. The standardization work will consider coexistence with users of the RF spectrum in wired and wireless transmission systems. The standardization of any user terminals (i.e. tuners, receivers, decoders, multimedia terminals etc.) as well as of any coaxial, balanced and optical cables and accessories thereof is excluded.

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IEC 60728-1:2014 is applicable to any cable network (including individual receiving systems) having in the forward path a coaxial cable output and primarily intended for television and sound signals operating between about 30 MHz and 3 000 MHz. It specifies the basic methods of measurement of the operational characteristics of cable network having coaxial cable outputs in order to assess the performance of these systems and their performance limits. This fifth edition cancels and replaces the fourth edition published in 2007 and constitutes a technical revision. It includes the following changes: - redrafting of measurement procedure and updating of performance requirements to include DVB-T2 signals; - reference to IEC 60728-1-1 for home networks; - reference to IEC 60728-1-2 for performance requirements at system outlet in operation.

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IEC 60728-10:2014 specifies the transparent return path of cable networks operated in the frequency range between 5 MHz and 85 MHz or parts thereof. The upper frequency limit of the return path is reduced to 65 MHz where FM radio signals are transmitted in a cable network. Higher frequencies may be used in fibre based networks. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2005 and constitutes a technical revision. It includes the following changes: - update on the state-of-the-art of return path transmission in cable networks; - provisions for DOCSIS 3.0 and EuroDOCSIS 3.0 transmission standards; - revision of subclause 4.3 on measurement of channel level; - new subclause 4.12 for method of measurement of noise power ratio (NPR) on return paths; - new subclause 4.13 for 10-tone measurements; - new subclause 4.14 for method of measurement of modulation error ratio (MER); - revision of subclause 5.2 on analogue parameters influencing system performance.

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