Typical Telecommunications Network. Chorus’ increasingly common roadside electronic cabinets are all effectively small Telephone Exchanges. Telecommunications Circuits. One earth reference on each working circuit – the Exchange earth Maximum voltages normally carried on each circuit
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Chorus’ increasingly common roadside electronic cabinets are all effectively small Telephone Exchanges
ρ = 10 Ω-m 300 m
ρ = 100 Ω-m 900 m
ρ = 1,000 Ω-m 3,000 m
E = C x L x I x K
= fn (ρ,s)
ρ = deep earth soil resistivity
s = separation
Insulated copper conductor multi twisted pair telecommunications cables
Typical copper conductor sizes are 0.4 mm and 0.63 mm diameter (0.13 mm2 and 0.31 mm2).
Minor Power Co-ordination issues still apply if the fibre optic cables contain any metallic parts e.g.
(Ref. PCOG 4.5, 12.2.3)