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TR-42.7 Copper Cabling Systems – January 2021

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Date:
January 29, 2021
Time:
9:00 am - 4:00 pm - CST
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TR42.7-2021-02-001-agenda.doc

TR-42.7 Agenda

Organization:         ANSI Accredited Engineering Committee TIA TR-42.7

Telecommunications Copper Cabling Systems

Date:                     Friday, January 29, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm eastern time

Thursday, February 4,10:00 am – 5:00 pm eastern time

 

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Chair:

 

Wayne Larsen

 

CommScope

 

214-587-3970

Vice-Chair: Sterling Vaden Vaden Enterprises 828-712-3482

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1 Administrative                                                                                                                            

1.1 Call to order

1.2 Attendance (call quorum, introductions, announce web registration code)

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1.4 Elections for Chair and Vice-chair

1.5 Chair’s Report

1.6 Agenda review and approval (TR-42.7-2021-02-001a)

1.7 Meeting report review and approval (TR42.7-2021-01-002)

1.8 Distribution of documents and contributions

(Contributions left in this place in the agenda do not need to be reviewed during this meeting.)

1.9 Review of incoming liaison letters, reports, and requests

1.10 Review of action items

Item Task group name or owner Task group membership or task description Completion Date
1 Antoine Pelletier Task group to investigate short channel cat 8 PSANEXT. Members include Antoine Pelletier, Mike Borgman, Phillip Rivers, Sterling Vaden, Derrick Stikeleather, Brian Celella, Naved Khan, Jeff Poulsen, Paul Vanderlaan, Peter, Arvind, Will Winston Completed by contributions to past meetings

This task group will now be dormant until there are more contributions

No Change in status

2 POE legislation ad hoc Ron Tellas leader Val Maguire, Frank Straka, Fred Dawson, Antoine Pelletier, Dave Jeskey, Mark Dearing, Todd Harpel, Adnan Ahmed, George Zimmerman, Trent Hayes, Chris DiMinico, Diane Forbes Ron Tellas has made reports, will continue to report as needed

Ongoing

3 Test methods TG

Derrick Stikeleather leader

Solve the problem of the grounding of the remote end Round robin is planned, being delayed by virus considerations

Ongoing – Derrick gave verbal report

4 Wayne Larsen Stimulate press release and by other methods attempt to provoke participation from industry experts in support of SPMD Completed by David Bain
5 Ray, Wayne Update 568.2-D-2 per default ballot results and previous ballot results, and publish Complete
6 Wayne Forward SPMD liaison letter to IEEE to plenary for consideration Complete
7 Todd Task group to study 1-pair cable heating.  Members Bob Voss, Chris, Darshana, Dave Hess, Paul, Brian C., Anthony, George Hold a meeting, not scheduled yet, to begin study.

Ongoing – Todd reported status in cont. 98

A meeting is planned for Oct 16

8 Arvind, Wayne Update draft per comment resolution and circulate another committee ballot for ANSI/TIA-5071 Complete
9 Sterling, Wayne Update draft per comment resolution and circulate another industry ballot for ANSI/TIA-568.5 Complete
10 Chris Hold a TG meeting to discuss SP-II field testing Complete

 

2 OLD BUSINESS

2.1 Field testing for 1-pair cabling to be published as ANSI/TIA-5071

·         Expect to review comments on 3rd committee ballot

·         Possible vote to circulate 4th committee ballot

·         Possible vote to circulate industry ballot

2.2 Consider PAR for TSB for Guidance for supporting power delivery over single-pair

(To include thermal performance)

2.3 Consider re-affirmation, revision, or withdrawal of ANSI/TIA-1152A, Requirements for field test instruments and measurements for balanced twisted-pair cabling

·         Possible vote to re-affirm

·         Possible vote to initiate project to revise

·         Possible vote to withdraw

2.4 Consider re-affirmation, revision, or withdrawal of TIA-5021, Guidelines for the Use of Installed Category 5e and Category 6 Cabling to Support 2.5GBASE-T and 5GBASE-T

·         Possible vote to re-affirm

·         Possible vote to initiate project to revise

·         Possible vote to withdraw

2.5 ANSI/TIA-568.5 standard for 1-pair cabling

·         Expect to review comments on industry ballot

·         Possible vote to circulate 3rd industry ballot

·         Possible vote to default ballot

·         Possible vote to publish

2.6 ANSI/TIA-568.6, Single Pair Multi-Drop (SPMD) cabling and component specifications

·         Expect to review contributions

·         Possible vote to circulate mock ballot

·         Possible vote to circulate committee ballot

·         Possible vote to circulate industry ballot

3 NEW BUSINESS

3.1 Possible other new projects

3.2 Output documents and letters

3.2.1 Consider a liaison to IEEE on single-pair cabling and connectors.

3.2.2 Consider any draft documents to liaise to any other SDOs

3.2.3 Consider any other output documents

3.3 Review of potential new work items

3.4 Review of action items

3.5 Determination of future meeting dates

4 Future MEETING DATES and SCHEDULE

June 7-11, 2021, location TBD

October 4-8, 2021, Tentative date and location TBD, pending date of IEC meeting

5 Acknowledgements

6 Adjournment

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Questions and Comments concerning this agenda should be submitted to:

Chair: Wayne Larsen Ph: (214)-587-3970 E: wayne@wdlresearch.com
Vice-chair: Sterling Vaden Ph: (828)-712-3482 E: sterlingv@charter.net

 

 

 

Document Title Date of Revision Current Status
Guidance for supporting power delivery over single-pair Project approved, title not yet official
ANSI/TIA-568.6 Single Pair Multi-Drop (SPMD) cabling and component specifications New project, no documents yet
ANSI/TIA-5071
Requirements for Field Test Instruments and Measurements for Balanced Single Twisted-Pair

Cabling

Being balloted
ANSI/TIA-568.2-D-1 Balun requirements for Category 8 testing April 2019 Published
ANSI/TIA-568.2-D-2 Balanced Twisted-Pair Telecommunications Cabling and Components Standard Addendum 2: Power Delivery Over Balanced Twisted-Pair Cabling July 2020 Published
ANSI/TIA-568.5 Single pair balanced twisted-pair telecommunications cabling and components Being balloted
TSB-184-A-1 Guidelines for the use of 28 AWG cords for power delivery February

2019

Published
ANSI/TIA-1183-A Measurement methods and test fixtures for balun-less measurements of balanced components and systems March 2017 Published
ANSI/TIA-568.4-D Broadband Coaxial Cabling and Components Standard June 2017 Published
TSB-184-A Guidelines for Supporting Power Delivery Over Balanced Twisted-Pair Cabling 2017 Published
ANSI/TIA-568.2-D Balanced Twisted-Pair Telecommunications Cabling and Components Standard 2018 Published
ANSI/TIA-1152-A Requirements for Field Test Instruments

and Measurements for Balanced Twisted-

Pair Cabling

2016 Published
TSB-5021 Guidelines for the Use of Installed Category 5e and Category 6 Cabling to Support 2.5GBASE-T and 5GBASE-T 2016 Published
TSB-5019 High Performance Structured Cabling Use Cases for Data Centers and Other Premises 2020 (Re-affirmed) Published
TSB-155-A Guidelines for the Assessment and Mitigation of Installed Category 6 Cabling to Support 10GBASE-T 2014 (Re-affirmed) Published
TSB-5008 Mechanically-Generated Cable Impulse Noise Detection and Characterization 2019 (Re-affirmed) Published
TSB-1197 Mode Conversion Parameters for Balanced Twisted Pair Cabling 2019 (Re-affirmed) Published
TSB-190 Guidelines on Shared Pathways and Shared Sheaths 2018 (Re-affirmed) Published

 

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