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Communications Design in Military Projects. Communications Design and implementation 2010. What is Involved in Communications Design?. RFP’s Design Narratives Outlet Locations and Type Detail Drawings Specifications (SpecsIntact). What Systems are Typically Involved?.

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communications design in military projects

Communications Design in Military Projects

Communications Design and implementation

2010

what is involved in communications design
What is Involved in Communications Design?
  • RFP’s
  • Design Narratives
  • Outlet Locations and Type
  • Detail Drawings
  • Specifications (SpecsIntact)
what is the i3a technical criteria
What is the I3A Technical Criteria
  • Design of Information Infrastructure Architecture
  • Based on ANSI/TIA/EIA Standards with DOD preferences
  • Establishes an Army-wide IT architectural design criteria for telecommunications
  • Takes precedence in all cases over the UFC 3-580-01
  • Not a specification, a Technical Criteria for design
i3a design requirements
I3A Design Requirements
  • ANSI/TIA/EIA Standards are the basis as a minimum
  • CSI Master Format 2004 numbers and titles
  • ISEC - reviews, approves, or make comments for correction to the contract drawings for installation
  • Telecommunication designs shall be rendered and stamped by a Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD)
who developed the standards
Who Developed the Standards
  • More than 150 Subject Matter Experts Include:
      • Architects
      • Commissioning Agents
      • Electrical Engineers
      • Energy Consultants
      • Fire Protection Consultants
      • Information Technology
      • Insurance Risk Assessors
      • Mechanical Engineers
      • Security Consultants
      • Structural Engineers
bicsi
“BICSI”
  • BICSI (pr. “BIK SEE”) (the “Building Industry Consulting Service International”)
  • Headquartered in Tampa, Florida the organization has membership in nearly 100 countries.
  • Credentials are recognized worldwide by the telecommunications industry, DOD, and USACOE for cabling installers and designers who specialize in complex communications systems
designer contractor roles
Designer/Contractor Roles
  • Contractor does not have to be an RCDD or have one on staff
  • Electrical, mechanical, and plumbing contractors are not required to be a P.E. or have on staff
  • BICSI Technician Certification for contractor
  • Contractor can’t possibly design after building design is complete
  • No oversight if contractor is designer and installer
  • RCDD designs and contractor installs
communications drawings
Communications Drawings
  • It is the RCDD’s responsibility to provide “T” drawings not the contractor
  • CSI Master Format 2004: T-Sheets
    • Floor plans
    • Communications Room Detail
    • Riser Diagrams
    • Cable Tray Plan
    • Etc….
project management
Project Management
  • Project management is critical after design to ensure contractor installations are I3A compliant
    • Submittal Review
    • Inspections
    • Test Report Analysis
    • Random Testing
pre design phase meeting with owner
Pre-Design Phase Meeting with Owner

Why is a pre-design meeting needed with the owner?

  • I3A is a minimum criteria and does not cover all user preferences
  • Communications design is based on necessity and performance not functionally
  • To ensure that the RFP truly represents what the owner needs
  • Special applications the owner may have, and make sure the infrastructure design will match their equipment
siprnet
SIPRNET

Secret Internet Protocol Router Network

  • SIPRNET version 5.0 Technical criteria published by USAISEC with mandates from CTTA , DISA, DAA, DOD, DOIM (NEC), NSTISSC, and TEMPEST
  • Design for SIPRNET shall be coordinated with the CTTA and DAA
  • CTTA determines the quantity and location of SIPRNET outlets
  • CTTA- reviews, approves or make comments for correction to the contract drawings for installation contract documents for installation
siprnet cont
SIPRNET Cont…
  • SIPRNET Environment:
  • Environment determines the need for a PDS
  • CAA (3 Classes)
  • LCA
  • UAA
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Information Transport Systems are designed per I3A and TIA/EIA Standards for the purpose of scalability, code compliance, standard compliance, and performance.
  • The I3A standards were created so that RCDD’s will design communications infrastructures that are standard across all Army-wide installations
references
References
  • Technical Criteria for the Installation of Information Infrastructure Architecture, I3A (February 2010 )
  • Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC)
  • TIA/EIA Standards 2009
  • CSI Master Format 2004
  • Technical Guide for the Integration of SIPRNET, (Version 5.0, August 2008)
bits and bytes
Bits and Bytes
  • For example, it takes eight bits (1 byte) to store a single character.
  • The capital letter “A” is expressed digitally as 01000001. A small case “a” is represented in binary code as 01100001.