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PN-4407 (to be published as TIA/EIA TSB-110

1.5 Life of the TSB

This document is intended to provide interim guidance on emerging technology. The criteria contained in the document are subject to revisions and updating as warranted by advances in telecommunications techniques and technology as they apply to the service delivery and consumer environments.

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      Applicability

This document applies to residential gateway systems for single-tenant residences and to the associated telecommunications service delivery and in-home environments. Residential gateway functions may reside in a single physical entity or be distributed among several entities. The intent of TR41.5 is to develop a residential gateway standard that specifies a system that may be made up of a single element or multiple elements that act in concert as a single system. Some residences may elect to have multiple independent gateways for discrete applications such as satellite TV or CATV. While comparable gateway systems may be feasible for multi-tenant residences, they are beyond the scope of this document.

This Document is intended to be in conformance with FCC Rules and regulations, National Electric Code, and National Electrical Safety Code. However, applicable local codes and regulations take precedence over these national regulations and codes.

Figure 1 provides an overview of a typical Residential Gateway environment. The figure indicates some of the services and delivery schemes for a single tenant residence that utilizes an RG as the interface to in-house networks and consumer devices. This figure is intended to provide an overview of the environment in logical terms only, and does not attempt to identify all of the possible service access media or technologies, or in-house facilities.

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Figure 1. Overview of Residential Gateway environment

2.2 Normative References

This following standards and codes contain provisions that by reference constitute provisions of this document. At the time of publication, the editions were valid. All standards are subject to

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