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2005-2008 ITU-T SG 6 Recommendations
L series : Construction, installation and protection of cables and other elements of outside plant
L.1 : Construction, installation and protection of telecommunication cables in public networks
L.2 : Impregnation of wooden poles
L.3 : Armouring of cables
L.4 : Aluminium cable sheaths
L.5 : Cable sheaths made of metals other than lead or aluminium
L.6 : Methods of keeping cables under gas pressure
L.7 : Application of joint cathodic protection
L.8 : Corrosion caused by alternating current
L.9 : Methods of terminating metallic cable conductors
L.10 : Optical fibre cables for duct and tunnel application
L.11 : Joint use of tunnels by pipelines and telecommunication cables, and the standardization of underground duct plans
L.12 : Optical fibre splices
L.13 : Performance requirements for passive optical nodes: Sealed closures for outdoor environments
L.14 : Measurement method to determine the tensile performance of optical fibre cables under load
L.15 : Optical local distribution networks – Factors to be considered for their construction
L.16 : Conductive plastic material (CPM) as protective covering for metal cable sheaths
L.17 : Implementation of connecting customers into the public switched telephone network (PSTN) via optical fibres
L.18 : Sheath closures for terrestrial copper telecommunication cables
L.19 : Multi-pair copper network cable supporting shared multiple services such as POTS, ISDN and xDSL
L.20 : Creation of a fire security code for telecommunication facilities
L.21 : Fire detection and alarm systems, detector and sounder devices
L.22 : Fire protection
L.23 : Fire extinction – Classification and location of fire extinguishing installations and equipment on premises
L.24 : Classification of outside plant waste
L.25 : Optical fibre cable network maintenance
L.26 : Optical fibre cables for aerial application
L.27 : Method for estimating the concentration of hydrogen in optical fibre cables
L.28 : External additional protection for marinized terrestrial cables
L.29 : As-laid report and maintenance/repair log for marinized terrestrial cable installation
L.30 : Markers on marinized terrestrial cables
L.31 : Optical fibre attenuators
L.32 : Protection devices for through-cable penetrations of fire-sector partitions
L.33 : Periodic control of fire extinction devices in telecommunication buildings
L.34 : Installation of Optical Fibre Ground Wire (OPGW) cable
L.35 : Installation of optical fibre cables in the access network
L.36 : Single-mode fibre optic connectors
L.37 : Optical branching components (non-wavelength selective)
L.38 : Use of trenchless techniques for the construction of underground infrastructures for telecommunication cable installation
L.39 : Investigation of the soil before using trenchless techniques
L.40 : Optical fibre outside plant maintenance support, monitoring and testing system
L.41 : Maintenance wavelength on fibres carrying signals
L.42 : Extending optical fibre solutions into the access network
L.43 : Optical fibre cables for buried application
L.44 : Electric power supply for equipment installed as outside plant
L.45 : Minimizing the effect on the environment from the outside plant in telecommunication networks
L.46 : Protection of telecommunication cables and plant from biological attack
L.47 : Access facilities using hybrid fibre/copper networks
L.48 : Mini-trench installation technique
L.49 : Micro-trench installation technique
L.50 : Requirements for passive optical nodes: Optical distribution frames for central office environments
L.51 : Passive node elements for fibre optic networks – General principles and definitions for characterization and performance evaluation
L.52 : Deployment of Passive Optical Networks (PON)
L.53 : Optical fibre maintenance criteria for access networks
L.54 : Splice closure for marinized terrestrial cables (MTC)
L.55 : Digital database for marine cables and pipelines
L.56 : Installation of optical fibre cables along railways
L.57 : Air-assisted installation of optical fibre cables
L.58 : Optical fibre cables: Special needs for access network
L.59 : Optical fibre cables for indoor applications
L.60 : Construction of optical/metallic hybrid cables
L.61 : Optical fibre cable installation by floating technique
L.62 : Practical aspects of unbundling services by multiple operators in copper access networks
L.63 : Safety procedures for outdoor installations
L.64 : ID tag requirements for infrastructure and network elements management
L.65 : Optical fibre distribution of access networks
L.66 : Optical fibre cable maintenance criteria for in-service fibre testing in access networks
L.67 : Small count optical fibre cables for indoor applications
L.68 : Optical fibre cable maintenance support, monitoring and testing system for optical fibre cable networks carrying high total optical power
L.69 : Personal digital assistant requirements and relevant data structure for infrastructure and network elements management
L.70 : Managing active electronics in the outside plant
L.71 : Design, construction, and installation of copper networks for broadband access including copper networks connected to optical fibre networks
L.72 : Databases for optical access network infrastructure
L.73 : Methods for inspecting and repairing underground plastic ducts
L.74 : Maintenance of cable tunnels
L.75 : Test, acceptance and maintenance methods of copper subscriber pairs, indoor network and structured cabling
L.76 : Copper loop requirements for various technologies including indoor and structured cabling
L.77 : Installation of optical fibre cables inside sewer ducts
L.78 : Optical fibre cable construction for sewer duct applications
L.79 : Optical fibre cable elements for micro-duct blowing-installation application
L.80 : Operations support system requirements for infrastructure and network elements management using ID techonology


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