ISO/IEC TR 24704:2004

Title

Language: EN Information technology - Customer premises cabling for wireless access points

Abstract

Language: EN Describes the use of generic cabling for customer premises, as specified in international standard ISO/IEC 11801, for connection to wireless access points. The customer premises may encompass one or more buildings or may be within a building that contains more than one enterprise. This TR, intended to guide new installations and renovations, specifies an ISO/IEC compliant implementation methodology that enables connection to information and communications technology (ICT) equipment that is specifically deployed to provide a grid of wireless coverage areas within buildings. The cabling may be installed prior to the selection of specific equipment or the wireless application to be used. This TR was created because the infrastructure specified in cabling standard ISO/IEC 11801 does not specifically cover infrastructure for connections to wireless access points. Supplementary information is provided here on the number of outlets and outlet placement for wireless access points that may optionally receive both power and information transfer through the IT cabling.

Language(s)
Language: EN
Edition
1.0
Date of issue
29.07.2004
ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 25
ICS Codes
35.200
Publication number
24704
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