Information technology – Generic cabling for customer premises — Part 9910: Specifications for modular plug terminated link cabling

ISO/IEC TR 11801-9910:2020, which is a Technical Report, provides definitions for, and examples of, modular plug terminated link configurations. This document provides performance specifications for Classes D, E, EA, F, FA, I and II modular plug terminated links. Test methods are provided in Clause 8 and are specified in ISO/IEC 14763-4

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Information technology – Generic cabling for customer premises –

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1 Scope . 5
2 Normative references . 5
3 Terms, definitions, abbreviated terms and symbols . 5
3.1 Terms and definitions . 5
3.2 Abbreviated terms . 5
3.3 Symbols . 6
4 Specifications . 6
5 MPTL configuration . 6
6 Performance specifications . 7
6.1 General . 7
6.2 Return loss . 7
6.3 Insertion loss . 7
6.4 NEXT . 7
6.5 PS NEXT . 7
6.6 ACR-N . 7
6.7 PS ACR-N . 7
6.8 ACR-F . 7
6.9 PS ACR-F . 7
6.10 TCL . 8
6.11 ELTCTL . 8
6.12 Coupling attenuation . 8
6.13 Alien (exogenous) crosstalk . 8
6.14 Direct current loop resistance . 8
6.15 Direct current resistance unbalance . 8
6.16 Propagation delay . 8
6.17 Delay skew . 8
7 MPTL cabling performance . 8
7.1 General . 8
7.2 Reference performance testing . 8
7.3 Installation performance testing . 9
7.4 Installation performance testing of MPTLs. 9
8 Testing of MPTLs . 11
Bibliography . 12

Figure 1 – MPTL configurations . 6

Table 1 – Test regime for reference performance and installation performance –
MPTLs of Classes D, E, E F, F , I and II . 10

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