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7 CFR ASTM D 3349–86, Standard Test Method for Absorption Coefficient 1755.860; of Carbon Black Pigmented Ethylene Plastic.


(m)(3)(vii) ASTM D 3928–89, Standard Test Method for Evaluation of Gloss 1755.910

or Sheen Uniformity. ASTM D 4101–82 (1988), Standard Specification for Propylene Plastic 1755.860; 1755.870

Injection and Extrusion Materials. ASTM D 4565–90a, Standard Test Methods for Physical and Environ- 1755.390; 1755.860;

mental Performance Properties of Insulations and Jackets for Tele- 1755.870;
communications Wire and Cable.

(c)(6)(i): (k)(10);

(m)(5)(v); App. A ASTM D 4566–90, Standard Test Methods for Electrical Performance 1755.390; 1755.860;

Properties of Insulations and Jackets for Telecommunications Wire 1755.870; and Cable.

1755.890; 1755.900(a)(7);

(s)(5) ASTM D 4568–86, Standard Test Methods for Evaluating Compatibil. 1755.860;

ity between Cable Filling and Flooding Compounds and Polyolefin 1755.900(a)(7); Cable Materials.

(8)(3); (1)(2): (k)(9) ASTM D 4872–88, Standard Test Method for Dielectric Testing of 1755.860

Wire and Cable Filling Compounds.
ASTM E 8–91, Standard Test Methods of Tension Testing of Metallic 1755.860

Materials; and
ASTM E 29–90, Standard Practice for Using Significant Digits in 1755.860; 1755.870;
Test Data to Determine Conformance with Specifications.


(t)(2) ASTM G 21–90, Standard Practice for Determining Resistance of 1755.910

Synthetic Polymeric Materials to Fungi.
ASTM G 23–90, Standard Practice for Operating Light-Exposure Appa- 1755.910

ratus (Carbon-Arc Type) With and Without Water for Exposure
of Nonmetallic Materials.

American Wood Preservers' Association (AWPA)

P.O. Box 286, Woodstock, Maryland 21163–0286
American Wood Preservers' Association—Book of Standards, 1991 1728.201; 1728.202

A1-91, Standard Methods for Analysis of Creosote and Oil-Type
A2-91, Standard Methods for Analysis of Waterborne Preservatives
and Fire-Retardant Formulations.
A3–91, Standard Methods for Determining Penetration of Preserva-
tives and Fire Retardants.
A5–91, Standard Methods for Analysis of Oil-Borne Preservatives
A6–89, Method for the Determination of Oil-Type Preservatives
and Water in Wood.
A7-75, Standard Wet Ashing Procedure for Preparing Wood for
Chemical Analysis.
A9–90, Standard Method for Analysis of Treated Wood and Treating
Solutions by X-Ray Spectroscopy.


A11-83, Standard Method for Analysis of Treated Wood and Treat-
ing Solutions by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy.
C1-91, All Timber Products—Preservative Treatment by Pressure
C4–91, Poles—Preservative Treatment by Pressure Processes
C8-91, Western Red Cedar and Alaska Yellow Cedar Poles Pre-
servative Treatment by the Full-Length Thermal Process.
C10–91, Lodgepole Pine Poles—Preservative Treatment by the Full-
Length Thermal Process.
C12–90, Western Larch Poles-Full-Length Preservative Treatment
by Thermal Process.
M1-90, Standard for the Purchase of Treated Wood Products
M2–91, Standard for Inspection of Treated Timber Products
M3–81, Standard Quality Control Procedures for Wood Preserving
M4–91, Standard for the Care of Preservative-Treated Wood Prod-
P1/P13–91, Standard for Coal Tar Creosote for Land and, Fresh
Water and Marine (Coastal Water Use).
P5–91, Standards for Waterbone Preservatives
P8–91, Standards for Oil-Borne Preservatives .....
P9-91, Standards for Solvents and Formulations for Organic Pre-

servative Systems.
Bell Communications Research (Bellcore)

Bellcore Customer Service, 60 New England Ave., Piscataway, NJ

08854, tel.: 1-800-521-2673
Document SR-TSV-002275, BOC Notes on the LEC Networks—1990, 1755.522

Issue 1, March 1993.
Document TR-TSY-000508, Automatic Message Accounting, Section 1755.522

8.1, Issue 2, July 1987.
Document TR-TSY-000008, Issue 2, August 1987, Digital Interface 1755.397

between the SLC 96 Digital Loop Carrier System and a Local Digital

Document TR-TSY-000057, Issue 1, April 1987, including Revision 1755.397

1, November 1988, Funcational Criteria for Digital Loop Carrier

Document TR-NWT-000303, Issue 2, December 1992, including Revi- 1755.397

sion 1, December 1993, Integrated Digital Loop Carrier System

Generic Requirements, Objectives, and Interface. Electronic Industries Association and/or Telecommunications Industries Association (EIA TIA)

Global Engineering Documents, 15 Inverness Way East, Englewood,

CO 80112, Telephone: 303–792–2181
EIA 455–20, Measurement of Change in Optical Transmittance


(9)(1)(iii)(B) EIA/TIA 455–25A, Repeated Impact Testing of Fiber Optic Cables 1755.900(a)(9); and Cable Assemblies.

(q)(2)(iii) EIA/TIA 455–30B, Frequency Domain Measurement of Multimode 1755.900(a)(9); Optical Fiber Information Transmission Capacity.

(p)(2)(vi) EIA/TIA 455-31B, Fiber Tensile Proof Test Method.




7 CFR EIA/TIA 455–37A, Low or High Temperature Bend Test for Fiber 1755.900(a)(9); Optic Cable.

(9)(1)(iii) EIA 455–41, Compressive Loading Resistance of Fiber Optic Cables 1755.900(a)(8);

(9)(3)(iii) EIA/TIA 455-45B, Method for Measuring Optical Fiber Geometry 1755.900(a)(9); Using a Laboratory Microscope.

(b)(5); (b)(7);

(b)(8)(i) EIA/TIA 455–46A, Spectral Attenuation Measurement for Long- 1755.900(a)(9); Length, Graded-Index Optical Fibers.

(p)(2)(1)(A); ELA/TIA 455–48B, Measurement of Optical Fiber Cladding Diameter 1755.900(a)(9); Using Laser-Based Instruments.

(b)(8)(iii) EIA/TIA 455–51A, Pulse Distortion Measurement of MultimodeGlass 1755.900(a)(9); Optical Fiber Information Transmission Capacity.

(p)(2)(vi) EIA/TIA 455–53A, Attenuation by Substitution Measurement for 1755.900(a)(9);

Multimode Graded-Index Optical Fibers or Fiber Assemblies Used (p)(2)(i)(B)

in Long Length Communications Systems. ELA/TIA 455–55B, End-View Methods for Measuring Coating and 1755.900(a)(9); Buffer Geometry of Optical Fibers.

(b)(12) EIA/TIA 455–58A, Core Diameter Measurement of Graded-Index Opti- 1755.900(a)(9); (b)(6)

cal Fibers. EIA/TIA 455–59, Measurement of Fiber Point Defects Using an OTDR 1755.900(a)(9);

(p)(1)(iii); (p)(2)(ii) EIA/TIA 455–61, Measurement of Fiber or Cable Attenuation Using 1755.900(a)(9); an OTDR.


(p)(2)(1)(C) EIA/TIA 455–78A, Spectral-Attenuation Cutback Measurement for 1755.900(a)(9); Single-Mode Optical Fibers.

(p)(1)(i)(A) EIA/TIA 455–81A, Compound Flow (Drip) Test for Filled Fiber Optic 1755.900(a)(9); Cable.

(q)(7)(i) EIA/TIA 455–82B, Fluid Penetration Test for Fluid-Blocked Fiber 1755.900(a)(9); Optic Cable.

(9)6)(i) EIA/TIA 455–85A, Fiber Optic Cable Twist Test


(9)(4)(iii) EIA/TIA 455–86, Fiber Optic Cable Jacket Shrinkage


(m)(5)(iv) EIA/TIA 455–89A, Fiber Optic Cable Jacket Elongation and Tensile 1755.900(a)(8); Strength.

(m)(5)(ii) ELA/TIA 455–104A, Fiber Optic Cable Cyclic Flexing Test


(9)(5)(iii) EIA/TIA 455–164A, Single-Mode Fiber, Measurement of ModeField 1755.900(a)(9); Diameter by Far-Field Scanning.

(b)(3)(i) EIA/TIA 455–165A, Mode-Field Diameter Measurement by Near- 1755.900(a)(9); Field Scanning echnique.

(b)(3)(ii) EIA/TIA 455–167A, Mode Field Diameter, Variable Aperture in the 1755.900(a)(9); Far Field.

(b)(3)(iii) EIA/TIA 455–168A, Chromatic Dispersion Measurement of Multimode 1755.900(a)(9);

Graded-Index and Single-Mode Optical Fibers by Spectral Group (p)(1)(vi)(A)

Delay Measurement in the Time Domain.
EIA/TIA 455–169A, Chromatic Dispersion Measurement by Single- 1755.900(a)(9);
Mode Optical Fibers by the Phase-Shift Method.

(p)(1)(vi)(B) EIA/TIA 455–170, Cable Cutoff Wavelength of Single-Mode Fiber 1755.900(a)(9); by Transmitted Power.




7 CFR EIA/TIA 455–173, Coating Geometry Measurement for Optical Fiber 1755.900(a)(9); Side-View Method.

(b)(12) EIA/TIA 455–174, Mode Field Diameter of Single-Mode Optical Fiber 1755.900(a)(8); by Knife-Edge Scanning in the Far Field.

(b)(3)(iv) EIA/TIA 455–175A, Chromatic Dispersion Measurement of Single- 1755.900(a)(9); Mode Optical Fibers by the Differential Phase Shift Method.

(p)(1)(vi)(C) EIA/TIA 455–176, Method for Measuring Optical Fiber Cross-Sec- 1755.900(a)(9); tional Geometry by Automated Grey-Scale Analysis.

(b)(5); (b)(6);

(b)(7); (b)(8)(ii) EIA/TIA 455–177A, Numerical Aperture Measurement of Graded- 1755.900(a)(9); (p)(3)

Index Optical Fibers. EIA/TIA 455-178, Measurements of Strip Force Required for Mechani- 1755.900(a)(9); cally Removing Coatings from Optical Fibers.

(b)(13) EIA/TIA 455–598, Color Coding of Fiber Optic Cables

1755.900(a)(9); (d)(2) General Services Administration

Specification Section, 490 East L'Enfant Plaza, SW., Washington,

DC 20407. tel.: 202–755–0325
Federal Standard H28, Screw-Thread Standards for Federal Services, 1755.397; 1755.522

March 31, 1978, including Change Notice 1, May 28, 1986; Change
Notice 2, January 20, 1989; and Change Notice 3, March 12, 1990.

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

IEEE Service Center, 445 Hoes Lane, P.O. Box 1331, Piscataway,

NJ 08854, tel.: 201-981-0060
IEEE Std 730–1989, IEEE Standard for Software Quality Assurance 1755.522

IEEE Std 455–1985, IEEE Standard Test Procedure for Measuring 1755.397; 1755.522

Longitudinal Balance of Telephone Equipment Operating in the
Voice Band.

Southern Pine Inspection Bureau

4709 Scenic Highway, Pensacola, Florida 32504, telephone (904)

434-2611 Southern Pine Inspection Bureau-Standard Grading Rules for South- 1728.201

ern Pine Lumber, October 15, 1991. Southern Pine Inspection Bureau-Special Product Rules for Struc- 1728.201

tural, Industrial, and Railroad-Freight Car Lumber, October 15, 1991.

Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL)

P.O. Box 75530, Chicago, IL 60675–5330, Telephone: 706–272

8800 UL 94, Standard for Safety Tests for Flammability of Plastic Materials 1755.910

for Parts in Devices and Appliances, fourth edition, June 18, 1991. UL 1666, Test for Flame Propagation Height of Electrical and Optical- 1755.870

Fiber Cables Installed Vertically in Shafts, January 22, 1991.

West Coast Lumber Inspection Bureau

P.O. Box 23145, Portland, Oregon 97223, telephone (503) 639

0651, Fax (503) 684–8928 West Coast Lumber Inspection Bureau-Standard No. 17, Grading 1728.201

Rules for West Coast Lumber, September 1, 1991.

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