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TIA-570-B Residential Telecommunications Infrastructure Standard
TIA-570-B-1 Residential Telecommunications Infrastructure Standard Addendum 1-Additional Requirements for Broadband Coaxial Cabling
	Table of Contents
	FOREWORD
	1 INTRODUCTION
	2 SCOPE
	3 NORMATIVE REFERENCES
	4 DEFINITIONS; ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS; AND UNITS OF MEASURE
		4.1 General
		4.2 Definitions
		4.3 Acronyms and abbreviations
		4.4 Units of measure
	5 TOPOLOGY
	6 BROADBAND COAXIAL OUTLET CABLING
		6.1 Recognized cables
		6.2 Maximum outlet cable length
		6.3 Telecommunications outlet/connector
		6.4 Cable termination at distribution device
	7 BROADBAND COAXIAL BACKBONE CABLING
		7.1 Recognized cables
		7.2 Maximum backbone cable length
		7.3 Cable termination
	8 BROADBAND COAXIAL CABLING LINK PERFORMANCE
		8.1 General
		8.2 Test link
		8.3 Insertion loss
			8.3.1 Series 6 outlet and backbone cabling
			8.3.2 Series 11 outlet cabling
			8.3.3 Series 11 backbone cabling
		8.4 Return loss
		8.5 Screening attenuation
		8.6 Transfer impedance
	9 BROADBAND COAXIAL CABLE, CORDS, AND CONNECTING HARDWARE
		9.1 Replacement of clause 5.3 of ANSI/TIA-570-B
		9.2 Coaxial cable
			9.2.1 General
			9.2.2 Insertion loss
			9.2.3 Return loss
			9.2.4 Screening attenuation
			9.2.5 Transfer impedance
		9.3 Coaxial equipment and patch cords
		9.4 Coaxial connecting hardware
			9.4.1 F-type connector
			9.4.2 5/8-24 connector
		9.5 Signal splitters
	10 INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
		10.1 Replacement of clause 6.3 of ANSI/TIA-570-B
		10.2 Installation temperature
		10.3 Bend radius
		10.4 Pull tension
		10.5 F-type mating torque
		10.6 Termination of unused ports and cables
		10.7 Other installation guidelines
	11 FIELD TEST REQUIREMENTS
		11.1 General
		11.2 Visual inspection
		11.3 Verification
		11.4 Qualification and performance characterization
			11.4.1 Qualification
			11.4.2 Performance characterization
	Annex A (informative) Background information for coaxial cabling requirements
		A.1 General
		A.2 Coaxial cable
			A.2.1 Insertion loss
			A.2.2 Return loss
			A.2.3 Screening attenuation
			A.2.4 Transfer impedance
		A.3 Connecting hardware
			A.3.1 Insertion loss
			A.3.2 Return loss
			A.3.3 Screening attenuation
		A.4 Coaxial cabling
			A.4.1 Insertion loss
			A.4.2 Return loss
			A.4.3 Screening attenuation
			A.4.4 Transfer impedance
	Annex B (informative) Bibliography and references
	FIGURES
		Figure 1 – Example of outlet cabling, single-dwelling residence
		Figure 2 – Example of residential cabling topology, multi-dwelling building
		Figure 3 – Coaxial telecommunications outlet/connector
		Figure 4 – Test link for outlet cabling
		Figure 5 – Test link for backbone cabling
		Figure 6 – Comparison of linear vs discrete insertion loss values, Series 6 cable
		Figure 7 – Comparison of linear vs discrete insertion loss values, Series 11 cable
	TABLES
		Table 1 – Maximum insertion loss of coaxial cabling
		Table 2 – Minimum return loss of coaxial cabling
		Table 3 – Minimum screening attenuation of coaxial cabling
		Table 4 – Minimum transfer impedance of coaxial cabling
		Table 5 – Maximum insertion loss of coaxial cable at 20 ºC (68 ºF)
		Table 6 – Minimum return loss of coaxial cable
		Table 7 – Minimum screening attenuation of coaxial cable
		Table 8 – Minimum transfer impedance of coaxial cable
		Table 9 – Maximum pull tension for coaxial cable
		Table 10 – Maximum coaxial cable insertion loss (for information only)
		Table 11 – Minimum connecting hardware return loss
		Table 12 – Minimum connecting hardware screening attenuation
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TSB-140 Additional Guidelines for Field-Testing Length, Loss and Polarity of Optical Fiber Cabling Systems
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TIA-570-B-1 January 2009

Residential Telecommunications
Infrastructure Standard

Addendum 1–Additional Requirements for
Broadband Coaxial Cabling

ANSI/TIA-570-B-1
APPROVED: JANUARY 22, 2009

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8 BROADBAND COAXIAL CABLING LINK PERFORMANCE

8.1 General
The transmission requirements specified in 8 are based on non-plenum Series 6 and Series 11
coaxial cables. This Addendum does not provide link transmission requirements for other cable
types.

8.2 Test link
The test link for broadband coaxial cabling consists of the cable with mated connectors at both
ends. Figure 4 shows the test link for outlet cabling. Figure 5 shows the test link for backbone
cabling.

Telecommunications
outlet/connector

Distribution
device

Outlet cabling
Test link


Figure 4 – Test link for outlet cabling


Figure 5 – Test link for backbone cabling

8.3 Insertion loss
Coaxial cabling insertion loss should be measured In accordance with ANSI/SCTE 47.

The insertion loss requirements in equations 1 through 3 are calculated by adding the insertion
loss of the maximum allowed cable length at 20 ºC (68 ºF) to the insertion loss of two connec-
tions. For the purposes of field measurements calculated limits that result in insertion loss val-
ues less than 3 dB revert to 3 dB.

The values in table 1 are provided for reference only.

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Table 1 – Maximum insertion loss of coaxial cabling

Frequency
(MHz)

Maximum insertion loss (dB)

Series 6 Series 11

Outlet or
backbone Outlet Backbone

5 1.0 1.2 1.3

55 2.7 3.1 3.5

211 5.2 6.2 6.8

250 5.7 6.7 7.4

270 5.9 7.0 7.7

300 6.2 7.4 8.2

330 6.5 7.8 8.6

350 6.7 8.0 8.9

400 7.2 8.6 9.5

450 7.6 9.2 10.1

500 8.0 9.7 10.7

550 8.4 10.2 11.3

600 8.7 10.7 11.8

750 9.7 12.1 13.3

870 10.5 13.1 14.5

950 11.0 13.8 15.2

1002 11.2 14.2 15.6

1450 13.5 17.4 19.2

1750 14.8 19.4 21.4

2050 16.0 21.2 23.4

2250 16.7 22.4 24.7

3000 19.3 26.5 29.2

NOTE – Insertion loss values for frequencies above 1002 MHz are for cabling in-
tended for satellite television systems only.

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