布线标准化组织介绍: TIA TR Committees and Subcommittees

TIA (Telecommunications Industry Association) 

The TIA is an association of primarily US and Canadian companies that provide communications and information technology products, materials, systems, distribution services and professional services. The TIA is the primary standards organization affecting premise cabling in North America.


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TIA TR Committees and Subcommittees

 

  • TR-8, Mobile and Personal Private Radio Standards

    Chair: John Oblak, Transcrypt International, 507 835-6276, joblak@transcrypt.com

    The scope of TR-8 is private radio communications systems, services and equipment, including voice or data applications. TR-8 is responsible for system and service definitions along with interoperability, compatibility and compliance requirements for systems and services, methods of measurement and performance expectations.

  • TR-8.1, Equipment Measurement Procedures

    Chair: John Oblak, Transcrypt International, 507 835-6276, joblak@transcrypt.com

    TR-8.1 defines terms and methods of measurement for land mobile radio transceiver performance, including mobile, portable (handheld), and fixed station equipment.

  • TR-8.3, Encryption

    Chair: Eric Ziolko, Motorola, 847 576-4538, cez001@email.mot.com

    TR-8.3 develops the encryption standards for public-safety land mobile communication. These include portable radios for hand-held operation, mobile radios for vehicular operation, base stations for fixed installations and other fixed equipment for wide-area operation and console operator positions as well as computer equipment for data communications and interconnection of said components with other base stations or public-switched networks.

  • TR-8.4, Vocoder

    Chair: Jim Holthaus, Transcrypt Int'l., 402 479-8362, jholthaus@transcrypt.com

    TR-8.4 develops and supports Vocoder standards for Project 25 compatible land mobile radio equipment. These standards will include a technical description of the Project 25 standard Vocoder, Improved Multiband Excitation (IMBE), as well as methods for verifying a manufacturers implementation of IMBE. In addition this working group will maintain a reference Vocoder and a limited database of speech data files.

  • TR-8.5, Signaling and Data Transmission

    Chair: Paul May, Ericsson, 804 592-7485, Paul_may@ena-east.ericsson.se

    TR-8.5 defines terms, methods of measurement, and equipment specifications for the signaling and data transmission subsystems of Land Mobile radio products and systems, excluding specific assigned activities within other TR-8 subcommittees.

  • TR-8.6, Equipment Performance Recommendations

    Chair: Al Wieczorek, Motorola, 954 723-5539, Al_Wieczorek-ETMX01@email.mot.com

    TR-8.6 defines performance standards for mobile, portable and base station two-way radios. Current focus is on digital transceivers compatible with APCO Project 25 Common Air Interface.

  • TR-8.10, Trunking and Conventional Control

    Jim Holthaus, Transcrypt Int'l., 402 479-8362, jholthaus@transcrypt.com.

    TR-8.10 defines terms and methods of measurement for land mobile radio transceiver performance, including mobile, portable (handheld), and fixed station equipment. As a minimum, issues to be addressed include: resource access control methods; service control methods; conformance measurement methods; performance measurement methods; inter-operability specifications and compliance measurement methods.

  • TR-8.11, Antennas

    Chair: Lou Meyer, Decibel Products, 214 819-4226, lmeyer@decibelproducts.com

    TR-8.11 reviews existing TIA mobile and base station antennae standards. They evaluate current industry requirements for antennae and radio transmission devices, and develop standards for data presentation, such as digitized pattern data.

  • TR-8.14, ACSB (Amplitude Companded Single Sideband) Standards

    Chair: Norm Shivley, SEA, Inc., 206 771-2182

  • TR-8.15, Common Air Interface

    Chair: Alan Wilson, Motorola, 847 576-4527, cvss61@email.mot.com

    TR-8.15 establishes standards defining the protocol necessary for digital based equipment for land mobile services. The Common Air Interface is the radio communications interface shared by the portable, mobile, and base station equipment. The Common Air Interface allows these radios to send and receive digital information over a narrow band radio channel.

  • TR-8.17, RF Exposure

    Chair: Dominick Arcuri, Ericsson, 804 592-6166, dominick_arcuri@ena-east.ericsson.se

    TR-8.17 establishes common terms, definitions, and methods of measurement to aid interested parties in evaluating adherence to Federal Communication Commission guidelines concerning Radio Frequency exposure.

  • TR-8.18, Wireless Systems Compatibility

    Chair: Carl "Bernie" Olson, Motorola, 650 286-7003, Bernie.Olson@motorola.com

    TR-8.18, in conjunction with the Vehicular Technology Society, Propagation Committee, develops comprehensive methodologies for the modeling, simulation and design of communications systems for use by spectrum managers and system designers. Emphasis is directed toward determining the mutual compatibilities and incompatibilities between different system technologies and establishing parameters to minimize mutual interference and optimize system performance.

  • TR-8.19, Wireline System Interface

    Chair: Mark Racek, Ericsson, 202 824-0133, mark.racek@ericsson.com

  • TR- 8.20, International Affairs

    Chair: Al Wieczorek, Motorola, 954 723-5539

    This WG was formed in June 1998. Its function is to serve as technical liaison on Private Wireless Systems with telecommunications standards organizations outside the United States. It supports TIA's Global Wireless Promotion Subcommittee.

  • Working Group 8.16, EDACS System and Standards Definition

    CoChairs: Dominick Arcuri, Ericsson, 804 592-6166, dominick_arcuri@ena-east.ericsson.se, and Michael Sasuta, Motorola, 847 576-8150

    WG8.16 is developing a document for a land-mobile station based on EDACS (Enhanced Digital Access Communications System).

  • TR-14, Point to Point Communications Systems

    Chair: Phil Salas, Alcatel, 214 996-5372, phil.salas@aud.alcatel.com

    TR-14 is responsible for standards and recommended practices related to terrestrial fixed point-to-point radio communications equipment and systems, primarily in the frequency bands above 960 MHz.

    • TR-14.3, Station Grounding

      Chair: open

      TR-14.3 creates standards and recommendations for grounding of microwave communication systems, including microwave equipment, multiplex and signaling equipment, towers, antenna systems, power systems, building alarm systems, lightning protection systems, and other accessories.

    • TR-14.6, Standard Microwave Transmission Systems

      Chair: open

      Standards for end-to-end transmission performance of fixed point-to-point communication systems.

    • TR-14.7, Structural Standards for Steel Antenna Towers and Antenna Supporting Structures.

      Chair: Craig Synder, Sioux Falls Tower Specialists, 605 331-6972, snyder@siouxfallstower.com

      TR-14.7 maintains and provides interpretation of ANSI/EIA/TIA-222, Structural Standards for Steel Antenna Towers and Antenna Supporting Structures.

    • TR-14.9, Electrical and Mechanical Characteristics for Terrestrial Microwave Relay System Antennas and Passive Reflectors

      Chair: open

      TR-14.9 develops standards for antennas and passive reflectors intended for point-to-point microwave transmission systems.

    • TR-14.10, Electrical Performance Standards for TV Relay Facilities

      Chair: Open

      TR-14.10 is the creator and keeper of RS-250-C. ANSI/EIA/TIA-250C-1898 (Electrical Performance for Television Transmission Systems) was approved Jan. 4, 1990, and will need to be reviewed/reaffirmend in five years. There are no active projects in TR-14.10.

    • TR-14.11, Interference Criteria for Microwave Systems in the Sagfety and Special Radio Services

      Chair: Phil Salas, Alcatel, 214 996-5372, phil.salas@aud.alcatel.com

      TR-14.11 develops recommendations for interference calculations for microwave systems.

    • TR-14.12, Waveguide Components

      Chair: open

    • TR-29, Facsimile Systems and Equipment

      Chair: Herman Silbiger, Lucent, 732 542-1916

      TR-29 includes work on facsimile terminal equipment and applications, interfaces and communication equipment. Standards include functional, electrical and mechanical characteristics and communication protocols. TR-29's scope includes point-to-point and multipoint facsimile and audiographic services. It is the primary source of U.S. input to the work of ITU-T Study Group 8.

  • TR-29.4, Secure Facsimile

    Chair: Bob Robinson, L-3 Communications/Ilex Systems, Tel: 408 868-0740, Robert.Robinson@ilex.com

    TR-29.4 works on enhancements to MIL-STD-188-161D which is the mandatory standard used in the Department of Defense for facsimile transmission of classified documents.

    • TR-30, Data Transmission Systems and Equipment

      Chair: Fred Lucas, 3Com, 410 884-4095, Fred_Lucas@3com.com

      TR-30's scope is data circuit terminating equipment (DCE) and the interfaces between DCEs and DTEs (data terminal equipment), the transmission media to which they are connected (e.g., the PSTN), and other DCEs. Standards include functional, electrical, and mechanical characteristics.

    • TR-30.1, Modems

      Chair: Les Brown, Motorola ISG, 905 507-7361, llb005@email.mot.com

      TR-30.1 is responsible for telephone modem standards in the TIA, and as the primary source of U.S. input to the work of ITU-T Study Group 16. Develops domestic standards relating to modems, including modem control, maintenance, error control, and line signals.

    • TR-30.2, DTE-DCE Interfaces and Protocols

      Chair: Fred Lucas, 3Com, 410 884-4095, Fred_Lucas@3com.com

      TR-30.2 is responsible for updating the EIA/TIA-232 interface, and the development of other physical layer DTE-DCE interfaces. It is the primary source of U.S. input to ITU-T Study Group 16 on physical layer DTE-DCE interfaces. TR-30.2 also develops and maintains a standardized set of AT (ATtention) commands. It is the primary source of U.S. input to ITU-T Study Group 16 on V.25ter.

    • TR-30.3, Data Communication Equipment Evaluation and Network Interfaces

      Chair: Jack Douglass, Conexant, 949 483-5135, jack.douglass@conexant.com

      TR-30.3 develops procedures for testing telephone modems and simulations of the public telephone network (GSTN). It is the primary source of U.S. input to SG 16 in these matters.

    • TR-32, Personal Communication Equipment

      Chair: Roger Bisby, Maxon America Inc., 816 891-6320x721, rbisby@maxonusa.com TR-32 creates standards for cordless telephones and personal communication devices such as CB radios. When the FCC authorizes new frequencies for cordless telephones, TR-32 will develop standards for cordless telephone products (44 - 49 MHz).

  • TR-34, Satellite Equipment & Systems

    Chair: Jeffery Binckes, ICO Global Comm., 202 887-8111, jeffery.binckes@ico.com TR-34 is responsible for standards and studies related to satellite communications systems including the space and earth segments. TR-34 has a direct interest in spaceborne and terrestrial hardware, interfaces between systems including satellite and terrestrial, and efficient utilization of spectrum and orbital resources. TR-34 is responsible for studies to determine how best to accomplish inter-service and intra-service sharing of the spectrum, and how to achieve interoperability between satellite and terrestrial services.

    • TR-34.1, Communications and Interoperability

      Chair: Dr. D. M. (Prakash) Chitre, COMSAT Labs, 301 428-4167, prakash.chitre@comsat.com

      TR-34.1 encompasses issues such as interoperability among satellite and terrestrial systems and among satellite systems and services. These issues may include, both domestic and global, technical standards which are important to the industry.

    • TR-34.2, Spectrum and Orbit Utilization

      Chair: Jeffery Binckes, ICO Global Comm., 202 887-8111, jeffery.binckes@ico.com

      TR-34.2 is responsible for standards and studies related to the efficient use of spectrum and orbit resources for satellite communications systems. The work of TR-34.2 includes both space and earth segments of satellite communications systems and networks.

  • TR-41, User Premises Telecom Requirements

    Chair: Charles Berestecky, Lucent, 732 949-9739, cberestecky@lucent.com TR-41 develops and maintains voluntary standards relating to telecommunications terminal equipment (PBX), telecommunications systems, private telecommunications networks and auxiliary equipment and devices. They include performance criteria, and interworking (equipment and network), and all aspects of in-building wiring.

    • TR-41.1, Multi-Line Telecommunications Systems

      Chair: Tailey Tung, Siemens, 408 492-5049, tailey.tung@siemenscom.com

      TR-41.1 develops and maintains voluntary standards and technical reports on Multi-Line Telecommunications Systems (MLTS), inlcuding private branch exchange equipment and key telephone systems, and on the interconnection of these equipments in private networks. These standards and reports include performance and other criteria essential to the proper operation and interconnection of these equipments.

    • TR-41.2, Conformity Assessment

      Chair: Pierre Adornato, Nortel, 613 763-9117, pador@nortelnetworks.com

      TR-41.2 works to identify and understand the requirements associated with conformity assessment options. It will undertake the necessary liaison to influence the development of these requirements. Liaisons will include ISO/CASCO, ISO/IEC JTC1 Special Working Group on Conformity Assessment, North American Open Systems Testing and Cert. Policy Council, NIST, and CCT.

    • TR-41.3, Residential Terminals

      Chair: Steve Whitesell, Lucent, 732 544-3017, swhitesell@lucent.com

      TR-41.3 develops performance and compatibility standards for residential and commercial analog and digital telephones. Requirements are also developed for telephone compatibility with hearing aids. Liaison is maintained with T1E1, ITU, ETSI, CSA and IEEE.

    • TR-41.4, IP Telephony Infrastructure and Interworking Standards

      Chair: Bob Bell, Cisco Systems, 801 294-3034, rtbell@cisco.com

      TR-41.4 will be meet for the first time at the August 1999 TR-41 meeting. Its purpose is to develop standards for Internet protocol (IP) telephony gateways, infrastructure and interworking. TR-41.4 will address such critical topics as administration and security aspects of IP telephony systems, audio transmission levels, enhanced 911 and other related issues. The first project will be to develop standards for a system that enables various IP peripherals to interwork compatibly.

    • TR-41.5, Multimedia Building Distribution Systems

      Chair: Jim Romlein, MIS Labs, 920 262-8000 x 102, jwr@mislabs.com

      TR-41.5 provides recommendations on the system architecture required to support multimedia on customer promises. It will coordinate between other standards groups, forums and TIA committees, relating to infrastructure requirements to support multimedia and NII (National Information Infrastructure).

    • TR-41.6, Wireless User Premises Equipment Systems

      Chair: Vacant

      TR-41.6 develops standards, specifications, bulletins, etc. for unlicensed wireless user premises equipment in the emerging technologies band. This subcommittee has been de-activated.

    • TR-41.7, Environmental and Safety Considerations

      Chair: Vacant

      TR-41.7 develops, maintains, and recommends adoption of standards on environmental, powering, and grounding issues for telecommunications equipment included in the scope of TR-41. These standards include service and performance criteria where standards do not exist.

    • TR-41.8: see TR-42, below

    • TR-41.9, Terminal Attachment Programs

      Chair: Anh T. Wride, Communication Certification Laboratory, 801 972-6146, atw@cclab.com

      TR-41.9 responds to FCC technical concerns on subject matters relating to Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 68 and terminal attachment and advises the FCC on technical requirements in the regulatory environment. It initiates proposals and monitors new requirements and additions to Part 68 and CS-03 to ensure continued harmonization. It produces and maintains appropriate documentation relating to test procedures and compliance evaluations associated with the harmonized Part 68 requirements.

    • TR-41.10, Private Integrated Services Network (PISN)

      Chair: Mo Zonoun, Nortel, 408 565-7406, mzonoun@nortelnetworks.com

      TR-41.10 studies the aspects of, and contributes to, the development of international standards for integrated services associated with private networks and their interconnection with public networks. Provides support to the U.S. TAG for PISN activities in ISO/IEC JTC1 SC6/WG6. Defines PISN standards in support of, and conjunction with, existing TR-41 subcommittees on ISDN-related projects.

    • TR-41.11, Private Integrated Services Network

      Chair: Greg Slingerland, Mitel Corp., 613 592- 2122, greg_slingerland@mitel.com

      TR-41.11 deals with administrative issues of FCC Part 68.

  • TR-42, User Premises Telecommunications Infrastructure

    Chair: Paul Kish, NORDX/CDT, 514 822-7404, paul.kish@nordx.com TR-42 is responsible for commercial, industrial and residential cabling standards including telecommunications infrastructure administration, pathways and spaces, and copper and optical fiber systems requirements. These standards include information and requirements necessary for implementing telecommunications infrastructure. This committee was TR-41.8 until December 1998.

    • TR-42.1, Commercial and Industrial Telecommunications Cabling

      Chair: John Siemon, Siemon Co., 860 945-4223, 860 274-2523, John_Siemon@siemon.com

      TR-42.1 develops and maintains telecommunications cabling standards for commercial and industrial buildings. This sub-committee specifies cabling system topology, architecture, design, installation, testing and performance requirements for commercial buildings, industrial buildings, and campuses. The telecommunications cabling specified is intended as an open system designed to support a wide variety of voice, data, video, building control and other low voltage, power limited applications.

    • TR-42.2, Residential Telecommunications Infrastructure

      Chair: Bob Jensen, RCDD, 3M, 512 984-6408, rwjensen@mmm.com

      TR-42.2 develops and maintains telecommunications infrastructure standards for single and multi-tenant residential buildings, home offices, and campuses. These standards include cabling system topology, pathways and spaces, design, installation, testing and performance requirements. The telecommunications cabling specified is intended as an open system designed to support a wide variety of voice, data, video, home automation and other low voltage power-limited applications.

    • TR-42.3, Commercial Building Telecommunications Pathways and Spaces

      Chair: Bob Jensen, RCDD, 3M, 512 984-6408, rwjensen@mmm.com

      TR-42.3 develops and maintains standards for telecommunications pathways and spaces into which cabling and equipment are placed within a commercial building.

    • TR-42.4, Outside Plant Telecommunications Infrastructure

      Chair: Donna Ballast, RCDD, 512 471-0112, ballast@utexas.edu

      TR-42.4 develops and maintains standards for customer-owned outside plant facilities in a campus environment. This includes information transport media (e.g., copper, optical fiber), protection, and physical plant (e.g., conduit, direct buried, aerial, and utility tunnel systems).

    • TR-42.5, Telecommunications Infrastructure Terms

      Chair: Tom Toher, IBM, 919 254-0196, tomtoher@vnet.ibm.com

      TR-42.5 develops and maintains the master glossary of terms and symbols including acronyms, abbreviations and units of measurement for all standards developed in TR-42, as well as in TR-41.5 and TR-41.7.2. The membership of TR-42.5 is derived largely from the committees it serves. It is a central point for resolving differences among committees in meaning or usage of telecommunications terms.

    • TR-42.6, Telecommunications Infrastructure Administration

      Chair: Mel Lesperance, Ortronics, 813 931-3336, mel_lesperance@compuserve.com

      TR-42.6 develops and maintains standards for telecommunications administration. These standards include requirements for alphanumeric identification, labeling, color-coding and record-keeping for the telecommunications infrastructure consisting of cabling, pathways and spaces, firestopping, and grounding and bonding. In addition, these standards provide guidance for the administration of equipment assets.

    • TR-42.7, Telecommunications Copper Cabling Systems

      Chair: Masood Shariff, Lucent, 732 957-5479, mshariff@lucent.com

      TR-42.7 develops and maintains generic standards primarily for balanced twisted-pair cabling systems. These standards cover balanced twisted-pair cable and associated connecting hardware specifications, including test procedures, performance requirements, and test instrument requirements. The sub-committee uses theoretical models and controlled experimentation to validate link and channel specifications using the component requirements. These specifications are used by TR-42.1, TR-42.2, and TR-42.4 in the development of standards for commercial, industrial, residential, and campus telecommunications cabling. TR-42.7 encompasses the previous Copper Connectors working group, the Copper Cable working group, the ScTP task group and the STP-A task group. TR-42.7 has responsibility for TIA-568-B.2 and TIA-568-B.4.

    • TR-42.8, Telecommunications Optical Fiber Cabling Systems

      Chair: Tony Beam, AMP Inc., 336 727-5784, tebeam@amp.com

      develops and maintains telecommunications optical fiber cabling standards for user-premises networks used in commercial, residential, industrial, and customer-owned outside plant applications. Optical fiber cabling includes components such as cable, connectors, splices, connecting hardware, and cable assemblies. Optical fiber cabling standards include specifications of open systems designed to support voice, data, video, and building control applications.

  • TR-45, Mobile & Personal Communications Systems

    Chair: John Marinho, Lucent, 973 386-2886, jmarinho@lucent.com TR-45 is responsible for mobile and personal communications public 800 MHz band standards (AMPS, NAMPS, TDMA, CDMA) that support the commercial mobile radio industry of today, and will support future Personal Communications Services (PCS) networks within the 800 MHz band.

    • TR-45.1, Analog Technology

      Chair: John Kay, Motorola, 847 632-2519, kay@cig.mot.com

      TR-45.1 is responsible for AMPS (Advanced Mobile Phone Service) and NAMPS (Narrowband AMPS) standards in the 800 MHz band. TR-45.1 sets equipment standards for the cellular radio land stations and mobiles, and establishes the interface compatibility between them for most effective utilization of the cellular systems.

    • TR-45.2, Wireless Intersystem Technology

      Chair: Cheryl Blum, Lucent Technologies Bell Labs, 630 713-1449, cjblum@lucent.com

      Develops service definition and network interface standards for support of interoperability and intersystem operations from a wireless switching system to other mobile and personal communication systems, other networks, and auxiliary systems.

    • TR-45.3, Time Division Digital Technology

      Chair: Peter Nurse, Lucent Technologies, 403 242-3313, peter.nurse@sigmadelta.com

      TR-45.3 develops performance, compatibility and interoperability standards for equipment that makes use of TDMA (Time Division Multiple Access) technology for radio access in a system that supports any combination of international, public, private or residential mobile and personal communications.

    • TR-45.4, Radio to Switching Technology - Mobile and Personal Communications

      Chair: Stephen S. Jones, NEC America, 972 318-0564, ssj@sdf.lonestar.org

      TR-45.4 addresses performance, compatibility, inter-operability, and service standards for public mobile and personal communications systems. These standards pertain to the interfaces between the radio network and those network elements that comprise the infrastructure in support of services to wireless subscribers, and may address service definitions, ancillary apparatus, and auxiliary applications.

    • TR-45.5, Spread Spectrum Digital Technology

      Chair: Jean Alphonse, Ameritech, 847 619-5416, jalphonse@ameritechcell.com

      TR-45.5 develops performance compatibility and inter-operability standards for Wideband Spread Spectrum Digital Wireless Communications Systems.

    • TR-45.6, Adjunct Wireless Packet Data Technology

      Chair: Mark Munson, GTE Wireless, 678 339-4439, mmunson@mobilnet.gte.com

      TR-45.6 develops performance, compatibility and inter-operability standards for equipment which supports a Wireless Packet Data service, based on Cellular Digital Packet Data specification 1.1 and its evolution. The Wireless Packet Data service is independent from and may be adjunct to a system that supports any combination of public, private and residential mobile and personal communications.

    • TR-45.7, Wireless Network Management

      Chair: Thaddeus Kobylarz, Lucent, 973 386-4317, kobylarz@lucent.com

      TR-45.7 develops wireless network management standards, focuses on operations, administration, maintenance and provisioning (OAM&P) of wireless network entities and in support of availing multi-vendor network environments. The "O" reference point within the TR-45 network reference model (TSB-100) will be used as a basis of the standards' extent.

  • TR-46, Mobile & Personal Communications 1800 MHz

    Chair: Chris Wallace, Nokia, 972 894-4947, chris.wallace@ntc.nokia.com TR-46 develops and maintains performance, compatibility, interoperability and service standards for systems supporting PCS in the 1800 MHz band. These standards include service descriptions, air interface definition, personal communications terminal and infrastructure equipment, networks, network interfaces and intersystem operation.

    • TR-46.1, Wireless Multimedia and Messaging Services (WIMS)

      Chair: Don Bowen, AT&T, 973 236-6789, djbowen@att.com

    • TR-46.2, Network Interfaces

      Chair: Mike Williams, Omnipoint, 719 548-1200, mwilliams@omnipoint.com

      TR-46.2 performs systems engineering for the service descriptions, network architectures, functional and physical aspects of personal communications, which are applicable to both wireless and wireline access and to the networking between systems.

    • TR-46.3, Air Interfaces

      Inactive
    • TR-46.5, PCS 1900

      Chair: Ed Ehrlich, Nortel, 201 292-5724, Fax 201 292-4160, ed.ehrlich@nt.com

    • TR-46.6, Composite CDMA/TDMA

      Chair: Gary Jones, Omnipoint, 301 951-2524, gjones@omnipoint_corp.com

      TR-46.6 maintains, evolves and enhances Personal Communications Interface Standards for PCS. This includes IS-661/J-STD-017 and other relevant standards.


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