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[In USA, governs the area between the property line and the building entrance] National Research Council of Canada, Institute for Research in Construction (NRC-IRC): National Building Code of Canada (1990) - order NRCC 30619 Supplement to the National Building Code of Canada (1990) - order NRCC 30629 National Fire Code of Canada (1990) - order NRCC 30621 A Guide to Premises Distribution - NCR/AT&T order #555-400-021, Apr 1988 Building Network Design - Bell Canada, 1992 The Corporate Cabling Guide - M. McElroy, Artech House, ISBN 0-89006-663-9, Dec 1992 Telecommunications Distribution Methods Manual (1050 pages) - Building Industries Consulting Service International (BICSI), 1994 Universal Transport System Design Guide, Release II - Siecor Corp, 1991 [fiber-optic cable plant] Requirements Beyond Jacks and Cable: an Installation Guide - Leviton Telecom, Second edition, T15-00004-003, Jan 1994 SiteWire Twisted-pair Installation Guide - Hewlett-Packard, p/n 5959-2208, Jan 1988 SiteWire Planning Guide - Hewlett-Packard, p/n 5959-2201, Sept 1989 Tech Ref Guide for Workgroup LANs - Hewlett-Packard, p/n 5091-0663E, Apr 1991 Tech Ref Guide for Site LANs and MultiSite LANs - Hewlett-Packard, p/n 5091-0666E, Apr 1991 Understanding Fiber Optics - J. Hecht Howard Sams & Co., ISBN 0-672-27066-8, 1988 Optical Fiber Communications, I & II - S. Miller Academic Press, ISBN 0-12-497350-7 & -5 Optical Fiber Splices and Connectors: Theory & Methods - C. M. Miller, Marcel Dekker, 1986 Principles of Optical Fiber Measurements - D. Marcuse Academic Press, ISBN 0-12-470-980-X, 1981 Single-Mode Fibers: Fundamentals - E. G. Neumann Springer-Verlag, ISBN 0-387-18745-6, 1988
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Data Communications Cabling FAQ Page 6 of 19 09/21/1999 CATV Cable Construction Manual, 3rd edition - Comm/Scope Inc., 1980 [Outside Plant tools and procedures: trenching, boring, installing aerial and buried cable] Marking Guide: Wire and Cable - Underwriters Labs, 1993 [How to interpret UL cable jacket markings] ------------------------------ Subject: 9.0 Standard EIA/TIA 568 The ANSI/EIA/TIA-568-1991 Standard _Commercial Building Telecommunications Wiring Standard_ defines pinouts; 9.1 Standard EIA/TIA T568A (also called ISDN, previously called EIA) Pin Wire Color === ========== /--T3 1 White/Green Pair3 \--R3 2 Green /----------T2 3 White/Orange / /-R1 4 Blue pair2 \ pair1 \-T1 5 White/Blue \----------R2 6 Orange /--T4 7 White/Brown pair4 \--R4 8 Brown 9.2 Standard EIA/TIA T568B (also called AT&T specification, previously called 258A) /--T2 1 White/Orange pair2 \--R2 2 Orange /----------T3 3 White/Green / /-R1 4 Blue pair3 \ pair1 \-T1 5 White/Blue \----------R3 6 Green /--T4 7 White/Brown pair4 \--R4 8 Brown 9.3 USOC (Universal Service Order Code) 8-pins 6-pins | | /-------------T4 1 White/Brown / /---------T3 2 1 White/Green / / /-----T2 3 2 White/Orange / / / /-R1 4 3 Blue pr4\ pr3\ pr2\ pr1\-T1 5 4 White/Blue \ \ \-----R2 6 5 Orange \ \---------R3 7 6 Green \-------------R4 8 Brown ------------------------------ Subject: 10.0 Birds and Bees (Plugs vs. Jacks) The EIA/TIA specifies an RJ-45 (ISO 8877) connector for Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) cable. The plug is the male component crimped on the end of the cable while the jack is the female component in a wall plate or patch panel, etc. Here is the pin numbering to answer the question, where is pin one?
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