Conference Room Outlets Conference rooms may contain outlets to
support video teleconferencing and emergency operations as required by the
Telephone Station Requirement Matrix (TSRM). The TSRS lists the
features, class of service (COS), instrument type, and other special
requirements for subscriber stations in health facilities. Table 11-4 is
included to assist the designer in determining the telephone station
requirements and to develop the TSRM document.
Single Line Concept.
Military health facilities will be designed
on the single line concept.
Station Hunt Groups. For stations provided this feature, incoming
calls are automatically routed to an idle line when the called line is busy.
Station hunt groups will be assigned in large or multiple occupant office
areas. Assignments of hunt groups will be coordinated with the Using Service
and be identified on the TSRM.
Methodology For TSRM Development. A draft TSRM will be developed
using the Program For Design (PFD), Design Instructions, floor plans and the
example TSRM shown in Table 11-5. The TSRM shall be first drafted at the
concept design stage and be refined and updated with each subsequent submittal
of the design. The draft TSRM shall include each room and its function, the
intradepartmental intercom system assignments, number and types of
instruments, number of lines and service class, feature package, and a column
for notes. The TSRM shall also include a recap of number and type of outlets
(wall, desk, floor), number and type of instruments and a listing of the
telephone system IIC, FWC and MOC totals for subscriber and trunk line
categories. This document is intended for use as guidance in the programming
of the telephone switching system by telephone switching system
Premises Distribution System (PDS). A PDS will be provided
throughout the facility and will be designed and installed in accordance with
the most current version of Mil-HNBK1012/3 EIA/TIA 568, EIA/TIA 569, EIA/TIA
606, EIA/TIA 607 and tested in accordance in accordance with the basic link
test of EIA/TIA 568 using level II accuracy. The PDS shall be a universal
wiring network to serve all of the voice and data needs of the facility. The
PDS will include both horizontal and backbone unshielded twisted pair (UTP)
copper cables and fiber optic horizontal backbone cables. The PDS will
support voice, facsimile, trunk, pay telephone, data and other special
services within the facility. The PDS cables shall be installed in conduit
and cable tray. All cables shall be terminated on both ends on terminal
blocks, patch panels or outlet assemblies. For OCONUS installations shielded
twisted may be required by the using military service.
UTP Backbone Cable. A dedicated multi pair UTP copper cable to
support voice applications shall be run from the building distribution frame
(BDF) to each communications room/closet. The cable shall be rated category 3
or higher per EIA/TIA 568. The backbone cables shall be sized to accommodate
the initial installed capacity plus fifty percent spare capacity. In
facilities with an installed TSS the associated main distribution frame (MDF)
shall replace the BDF cited above.
Fiber Optic Backbone Cable. Fiber optic cables shall connect all
of the communications rooms/closets with the fiber building distribution frame