email@example.com February 2013 Fiber to The x (FTTx) Malaysia Installation Standard
firstname.lastname@example.org February 2013 Introduction
email@example.com February 2013 Overview FTTx
firstname.lastname@example.org February 2013 Malaysia is using single mode fiber with either 1310 nm or 1550 nm light signal depend on the distance. These lights are infrared light thus cannot be seen with naked eyes. Fusion splicing process is used to permanently join two fiber end
email@example.com February 2013 TM UniFi All wireless adapter or device with standard (IEE802.11b/g/n) will work fine with wireless Residential Gateway (RG).USB storage device can also be used asshare storage. This can be done byconnecting it to RG USB port . For RG detail configuration settings refer this site http://netops.tm.com.my/netops2/misc/TMRND%20RG%20Installation%20Guide%20R1.2.pdf
firstname.lastname@example.org February 2013 Indoor Fiber Cable Specification • Bend Insensitive Fiber ≤ 15mm bending radius • Macro Bending Loss, Maximum loss at 1550nm shall be 0.25dB and at 1625nm shall be 1.0dB • Attenuation coefficient : i) Maximum 0.35 dB/km – from 1310nm to 1625nm regions. ii) Maximum 0.4 dB/km in the 1383nm ±3nm region. iii) Maximum 0.3 dB/km in the 1550nm region • tensile strength of the indoor cable shall be in excess of 80 N.
email@example.com February 2013 Fiber Termination Box (FTB) • FTB type approved by SIRIM • be suitable for 19” rack-mount and/or wall mounted • shall be complete with its respective mounting kits. • All edges shall be rounded • 1 SC/UPC (Standard Connector-Ultra Polish Connector) All conduits or cable enclosure need to be completely concealed
firstname.lastname@example.org February 2013 Fiber Wall Socket (FWS) provided by the developer with Standard Connector (SC) output connector Provided by the developer in all premises Must be placed at 0.3m above the floor level and 0.3m from the corner of the wall or from electrical points. made from the non-corrosive material or treated metallic material to resist corrosion placed adjacent to the electrical power socket. Recommend 2 AC power outlet min 1 near FWS 1 SC/UPC (Standard Connector-Ultra Polish Connector)
email@example.com February 2013• trunking must be used to lay the cable between the FTB, located at the outside wall, and theFWS located inside the premise.• trunking bending radius must greater than 10 times of the trunking size• must be made from PVC or harder type of conduit with minimum 19mm diameter
firstname.lastname@example.org February 2013• developer must provide manhole to the nearest NFP manhole before the NFP can lay theircable.• FTB to FWS total IL <1.5 (TM standard) , 1.52 (MCMC standard) dB
email@example.com February 2013 Pole Drop cable Drop cable can be 1 or 2 core single mode fiber • Drop Fibre generally must not exceed 50m
firstname.lastname@example.org February 2013 Underground Cable • Drop Fibre must be connected to the premise wall FTB and at the other side it must be coiled inside the manhole and must be covered with end cap or terminate the fibre core inside the cable closure. • Drop Fibre generally must not exceed 50m
email@example.com February 2013 • FTB to FWS = IL <2.1 (TM Standard), 2.3 (MCMC standard) dB
firstname.lastname@example.org February 2013 Manhole • Cover shall be made from fiber or any light material type which should be possible to be accessed by 1 person only • recommended size is JRC7 or JB30 • be able to sustain up to 20 years
email@example.com February 2013 Underground duct-ways• required to connect the road side manhole to theTelecommunication Room (TR) inside the building or direct tothe building• should be build to accommodate the local line for 20 yearsperiod in future expectation• material of the duct shall be PVC or harder and must bestrong enough to protect the cable inside• duct diameter must be minimum of 50 mm• The duct routes must be as straight without sharp bends andnot obstructed.• The maximum allowable bending radius is 20 times of ductdiameter.• shall ensure that the constructed ducting system has aminimal risk from the nature disaster including flood• duct sectional length (manhole centre to manhole centredistance) of 180m to 220m
firstname.lastname@example.org February 2013 • This design is applicable if the depth of the drain is less than 450mm (1.5 feet) • small pit with minimum size 300mm X 300 mm X 300mm shall be prepared for easy access during the maintenance work
email@example.com February 2013 • depth of the drain is more than 450mm (1.5feet) • the duct must be protected by minimum 100mm of GI pipe to cover the duct from broken
firstname.lastname@example.org February 2013 • meet ITU G.657A
email@example.com February 2013 Other SDU example Shop lot
firstname.lastname@example.org February 2013 Developer must provide a space minimum 600mm x 600mm beside FTB
email@example.com February 2013 Internal cable for buildingInternal Fibre cable is used for corridor and indoor cabling • Single-Mode and meets specification ITU-T G.657A
firstname.lastname@example.org February 2013 Multi Dwelling Unit (MDU)
email@example.com February 2013 MDU building Cabling for MDU consist of 4 elements as below: a. Campus backbone cabling b. Building backbone-vertical cable c. Building horizontal cable d. Telecommunication outlet cabling.
firstname.lastname@example.org February 2013 • Number of effective core for each premise is two cores for business building and one core for residential building. • highly recommended to have minimum 30% spare cores for business and 10% of spare core for residential building. •internal cabling must be tested and the result must be submitted to the NFP during the cabling approval process. •All the cable must be tested from point to point for every termination. •All the internal cabling for MDU must have a code or naming convention and tagged properly for easier maintenance and connection with NFP’s cable. All tag must be stated clearly and sealed with transparent material for easy to read. •All cables need to be inventoried and one copy of inventory information must be submitted to the NFP during the cabling approval process •Main hole at the road side until duct way into the building shall be provided by building owner
email@example.com February 2013code or naming convention for the Internal Vertical Cable must follow standardas shown :
firstname.lastname@example.org February 2013 Horizontal cable horizontal cable is referred to the cabling between Floor Riser FTB to FWS inside each individualunit premise The internal horizontal cable must be covered either a. Through ducting b. Concealed inside the wall c. Concealed underground floor c. using conduit through the ceiling
email@example.com February 2013 Network boundary 1 - Network Boundary between the NFP’s and the building management Network boundary 2 - Network Boundary between the building management and the individual customers
firstname.lastname@example.org February 2013• campus backbone cable and Internal Vertical Cable are normally same• Cable type must be loose tube or ribbon single mode fibres with features comply withG.652D or G.657A specification
email@example.com February 2013 Internal Horizontal Cable typically follows the specifications defined for distribution fibre and the type must single-mode fibre.
firstname.lastname@example.org February 2013 manhole, with minimum specification of JC9C size with 4 duct ways for connection to the nearest NFP’s manhole
email@example.com February 2013 Cable trench
firstname.lastname@example.org February 2013 Telecommunication room house the service provider equipment and cable
email@example.com February 2013 • shall be provided with electrical AC supply from the utility supplies at a nominal of 415 V, 3 phase, 4 wires, 50 Hz system or at a nominal voltage of 240V AC Single- Phase system with solidly earth system. • shall be equipped with a 20A TPN metal clad Distribution Box (DB) of 20A • shall be equipped with daylight type fluorescent lighting that can provide a minimum of 300 Lux luminance at floor level. • FTB must be located at the right most position as this is the nearest point leading to the internal riser NFP’s network elements will be located adjacent to the FTB
firstname.lastname@example.org February 2013 Insertion Loss (IL) FTB inside Telecommunication room, to FWS inside each individual premise must not exceed 2.2 dB.
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