DD CLC/TS 62367:2005 - Safety aspects for xDSL signals on circuits connected to telecommunication networks (DSL: digital subscriber line)

DD CLC/TS 62367:2005

Safety aspects for xDSL signals on circuits connected to telecommunication networks (DSL: digital subscriber line)

Status : Current   Published : December 2005

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This technical specification addresses the safety implications of having xDSL signals on circuits in equipment connected to a TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORK, and gives rules for dealing with such equipment in the context of the IEC 60950 series




Standard NumberDD CLC/TS 62367:2005
TitleSafety aspects for xDSL signals on circuits connected to telecommunication networks (DSL: digital subscriber line)
StatusCurrent
Publication Date23 December 2005
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)IEC 60950, EN 60950, IEC 60950-1, EN 60950-1:2001
Informative References(Provided for Information)ETSI TR 101 830-1, ITU-T Recommendation G.992.1
International RelationshipsCLC/TS 62367:2005,IEC/TS 62367:2004
DescriptorsCommunication transmission lines, Communication networks, Circuit networks, Telecommunication systems, Telecommunication transmission methods, Signal transmission, Digital signals, Equipment safety, Safety measures
ICS35.020
Title in FrenchAspects de securite pour signaux xDSL sur circuits connectes aux reseauxde telecommunication (DSL: ligne d'abonne numerique)
Title in GermanSicherheitsaspekte fuer xDSL-Signale in Stromkreisen fuer den Anschluss an Telekommunikationsnetze (DSL: digitale Teilnehmerleitung)
CommitteeEPL/108
ISBN0 580 47112 8
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages16
File Size1.274 MB
Price£130.00


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