Contents - Guide to Separation of Network Cabling from EMI Sources

Guide to Separation of Network Cabling from EMI Sources

Contents


1. CONTENTS
2. GENERAL INFORMATION
3. ELECTRICAL SAFETY ASPECTS
4. NETWORK PERFORMANCE ASPECTS
    4.1 ANSI/TIA/EIA-569-A STANDARD
    4.2 BICSI RECOMMENDATIONS
    4.3 RECOMMENDATIONS FROM LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES
    4.4 RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE SIEMON COMPANY
    4.5 RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE WIREMOLD COMPANY
5. THE USE OF SCREENED CABLING
6. THE USE OF FIBER OPTIC CABLING
7. REFERENCES



First Published: April 2000

Important Note
The Guide to Separation of Network Cabling from EMI Sources (Guide)
is a “living document” created for cabling users’ community. We are constantly making additions and corrections as more information about the subject is discovered. Please come back here often to see if any changes in the document pertain to your real life situation.

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There may be errors, omissions and inaccuracies in this document and other documents linked to from here. The Guide is provided with the understanding that the authors and publishers are not herein engaged in rendering technical professional advice and services. This document cannot be used as a substitution for consultation with professional cabling and/or electrical designer or other competent advisers who you should contact before making any decision or taking any action on the subject matter.
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