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

5.4.4 Physical Security

The RG should be resistant to vandalism and it should be difficult to surreptitiously disable any alarm services that the RG provides. If the RG is located outdoors, then it should be equipped with a locking mechanism. Other physical security requirements are addressed in Section 6.

6. PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS

This section is a subject for future study by TR41.5.1. The goal of this work (PN-4408) is specifications to be published as TSB-111 for the individual sections outlined below.

    • 6.1

      Enclosure

    • 6.2

      Plug-in Devices

    • 6.3

      Power Requirements

      • 6.3.1

        Primary Power

      • 6.3.2

        Back-up Power

      • 6.3.3

        Electrical Protection

    • 6.4

      Operating Environments

  • 7.

    RG OS SOFTWARE SPECIFICATIONS

This section is a subject for future study by TR41.5.2. The goal of this work (PN-4409) is specifications to be published as TSB-112 for a fast, small, multitasking, realtime OS that is non-proprietary.

8. RG SOFTWARE SERVICES SPECIFICATIONS

This section is a subject for future study by TR41.5.2. The goal of this work (PN-4409) is specifications to be published as TSB-112 for a non-proprietary set of messaging service primatives, protocols, and protocol translators internal to the gateway system for controlling the various service elements.

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