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Issue December 2013

Telecom infrastructure standards for buildings

Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

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Introduction

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Telecommunication spaces

General specifications

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Safety and other considerations

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Temperature and humidity

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Main telecom room

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Clustered buildings

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Mobile Service Room

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Floor telecom closets

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Rooftop mobile service room

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Home consolidation cabinets

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Office consolidation cabinets

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Electro-mechanical

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Mobile service room and rooftop

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Pathway

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General specifications

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Vertical containment

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Horizontal containment

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Cables

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General specifications

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Fibre optic cables

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CAT 6 copper cables

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Administration and Labelling scheme

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Bulk service application

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Other special requirements

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Entry ducts

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Appendices

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Layout & labellings

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Tables

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Location Map

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Introduction 2 // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5 We are pleased to issue the updated Telecommunications

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We are pleased to issue the updated Telecommunications Infrastructure Standards for Buildings v.5.

The new design guidelines in this document are based on our prior experience of offering quality telecommunications services to our consumer and enterprise customers across UAE.

The purpose of this document is to:

• Introduce the new design guidelines for fibre infrastructure to enable property developers, consultants, and contractor to deliver high-quality, future- proof telecommunications and multimedia services to their tenants.

• Provide a guide for consultants, contractors, and engineers related to the ‘No Objection Certificate’ (Building NOC) process that includes design and construction drawing review and Structure Cabling Material data sheets review, with samples checking and site inspections required during implementation.

• Meet the growing demand for improved communications at work, at home, in business, and in public services.

We advise our clients to use qualified and certified professionals in all aspects of the application and implementation of these design guidelines during building construction stages.

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Developers are encouraged to engage with us in the early stages so that any process and/or design issues may be resolved. If property developers or tenants have special requirements that may not be covered by these guidelines, it’s necessary to involve our design teams at an early stage of development planning, to enable seamless delivery of premium telecommunications services at launch.

We look forward to feedback from developers as it helps us understand your issues and incorporate valid suggestions in future designs.

For more information on obtaining building NOCs or any design-related queries, please contact us at any of the below channels:

• Dubai and Northern Emirates NOC help desk: +971 4 391 5018

• Abu Dhabi, Al Ain and Western regions NOC help desk: +971 2 234 4401

• General inquiries and technical support:

800-dunoc

• Email: noc.request@du.ae

• Website: www.du.ae

Thank you,

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This document covers the following properties types:

• Single villa and villa complexes

• Residential towers and groups of residential towers

• Commercial towers and groups of commercial towers

• Government buildings

• Mosque

• Shopping malls

• Groups of shops and retail outlets

• Hospitals, hotels, schools, universities and other bulk service applications

• Warehouses, sheds, etc.

The document is structured to cover all aspects of infrastructure for:

• Telecommunication spaces

• Electro-mechanical

• Pathways

• Cables and its related accessories

• Bulk services

• Duct entry

• Labelling scheme

All telecom spaces, pathways, ducts and cabling system specified in this document are designed to meet the requirements of du to provide high-quality, future-proof services to the Customers and should be used for telecommunication services.

The contents of this document are the minimum requirements of du for the new buildings and subject to revision without notice due to continued progress in methodology, design and manufacturing and for the purpose of regulatory compliance.

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General

specifications

A number of telecom rooms will be

required in a building depending on its characteristics. The following room types

are required and the details of these rooms shown below:

Main telecom room

Mobile service room

Rooftop mobile service room

Floor telecom closet

In

multi-storey buildings the telecom rooms

should be vertically aligned and linked by a shared containment system. This containment system must not reduce the minimum requested space. All telecom rooms must be dedicated for the use of du. The rooms must be easily accessible to du personnel 24 hours a day and secured from unauthorised entry.

Telecom rooms must not be in close proximity to any sources of the following:

• Heat

• Moisture

• Corrosive atmospheric or environmental conditions

• High voltages

• Radio frequency interference (RFI)

• Electro-magnetic interference (EMI)

The rooms must not be directly beneath or next to wet areas such as:

• Showers

• Washrooms

• Swimming pools

• Garbage area

The rooms should be clean and free from any items not directly related to the specifications in this document such as:

• Non-du equipment

• Utility pipes

• Sprinkler systems

• Windows

All telecom spaces and pathways must be pest controlled using best available practices. It should be noted that rodents often gnaw cables resulting in damage and the potential for service disruption. Hence, special attention should be given to preventing rodents from entering telecom spaces and pathways. This could involve the installation of covers to cable trays; if this is the case these covers must be removable to allow for the installation of additional cables.

The walls, floor and ceiling should be painted and treated with anti-dust and anti- static coating to minimise dust and static electricity. Walls and ceilings shall receive primer and finish coat of light colour paint.

In order to move equipment into and out of telecom rooms, all entrances must not be smaller than 900mm x 2100mm (WxH).

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Safety and other considerations

All telecom rooms must comply with municipality and national authority standards and regulations, such as those issued by civil defence and utility companies. Notwithstanding this, it is expected that the following will be provided:

• All telecom spaces should be fitted with smoke detectors connected to the building management system.

• All telecom spaces should be fitted with emergency lighting.

• All containment openings to telecom spaces must be sealed with a regulation fire retardant material.

• All doors to telecom rooms must be of solid wood core or steel construction, fire retardant with a minimum rating of 2 hours.

• All doors to telecom rooms must be outward opening with an automatic door closer system fitted on the hinged edge.

• All doors to telecom rooms must be labelled.

• The room must be free from contaminants and pollutants.

• All telecom rooms should have basic firefighting provision of handheld CO 2 cylinder type extinguishers.

• If the building developer has any concerns over safety, especially fire protection and suppression systems, this should be raised with du at the NOC stage.

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Temperature and humidity

All telecom rooms must be maintained

at

20°C ± 3°C and the relative humidity

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50% ± 10%. However, floor telecom

closets can be maintained within 20°C to 30°C temperature range.

The Main Telecom Room (MTR)

A main telecom room must be provided

on the ground floor for all multi-storey buildings. This room will be used for the termination of telecom fibre optic cables

and to house telecom equipment, if needed, now or in the future.

Generally, the MTR can be shared by both du Fixed and Mobile services. If a mobile service room is required in the building (more than G+10) the first mobile service landing room can be shared with the MTR. The minimum combined room dimension should be 4m x 4m x 3m (WxDxH) and maybe increased depending on the functions and features of the building.

The room specifications are detailed

in Appendix_1_Figure 5 to 9.

architectural design limits the room sharing, then two dedicated rooms with minimum sizes of 3m x 3m x 3m (WXDXH) each must be provided.

The room specifications are detailed in Table-1, Table-2, and Appendix_1_Figure-1 to 3 and 18.

Refer to Appendix_1_Figure-14 to 16 for Rack elevation layouts details.

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The 3m clearance height specified is the minimum finished clearance after taking into account allowances for raised floors (if used), overhead cable trays and any other obstructions such as lighting fixtures and beams. In areas where overhead trays are used, a minimum headroom access of 300mm is required above the tray. Depending on the telecom room usage, a ‘raised floor’ might be required inside the MTR having active equipment, particularly commercial or mixed use buildings. A minimum of 300mm height above the base floor of the room should be provided. Tile cutting details are specified in Appendix_1_Figure-25. In other cases involving residential buildings, raised floor is not mandatory, and will be further advised during the NOC stage.

The floor level of the room must be constructed at the same level as the outside access or corridor. If this cannot be met, then a suitable ramped entry with an anti-slip surface must be provided. A threshold step of 100mm must also be provided inside the room under the raised floor to prevent any ingress of water from outside the room.

The door of the main telecom room must have outward opening with size not smaller than 900mm x 2100mm (WxH). The door should be labelled ‘Main Telecom Room’ “تلااصتلال ةيسيئرلا ةفرغلا

All cables in the main telecom room must be properly routed to the desired destinations. For this purpose, an adequately sized cable tray system must be installed to maintain the connectivity as described in Appendix_1_Figure-20 to 21.

Clustered buildings

Group of towers

If a project consists of a cluster of multi- tenant buildings, then all the requirements of a single tower still applies. One of the buildings will be selected as the location for the main telecom room, which usually stands in the centre of the cluster or often times closest to the main telecom duct entry points. This would require the cluster of buildings to be linked to the designated main telecom room via multicore single mode fibre cables. The details of this arrangement should be discussed with du during the NOC stage. Cabling concept is described in the clustered building schematic diagram in Appendix_1_

Figure-22.

The Mobile Service Room

(more than G+10)

As mentioned in the MTR section, du Fixed and Mobile Services can be combined in one room. The first mobile service room can be shared with the MTR to serve the

first 10 floors of the building.

is not feasible, a dedicated 3m x3m x 3m (WXDXH) mobile service room can also

be provided.

service rooms must be provided for every

10 floors thereafter. The locations of the

mobile service rooms must be close to the floor telecom closet (FTC).

The mobile service rooms must have a

minimum distributed floor load rating of

10 kN/m2. The door dimension must be

900mm x 2100mm (WxH) and opening outwards.

The doors should be labelled ‘Mobile Service Room’ كرحتملا فتاهلا تامدخ ةفرغ.

Refer to the Table-2 and Appendix_1_

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Floor Telecom Closet (FTC)

A floor telecom closet must be provided

on each floor of all multi-storey buildings. The floor telecom closet is required to provide a flexible point for the installation, pulling and maintenance of telecom cables. FTC must have a minimum dimension of 2m x 1m x 3m (WXDXH).

The floor telecom closet should be provided with two outward opening doors with a minimum total opening of 1500mm x 2100mm (WxH). The door should be labelled (Floor Telecom Closet تامدخ ةرجح ةيقباطلا تلااصتلاا )

In the case of a multi-storey villas,

townhouses, G+1 warehouses or small retail shops, floor distribution boxes will be required with a minimum size of 300mm x 300mm x 150 mm (WxHxD), as an alternative to replace FTC.

In high rise buildings which usually

exceed 30 floors, proper planning and consideration must be given to the FTC space and dimension, which might be increased. It is highly advisable to seek du advice and pay close attention during NOC stage to understand the concept of high rise building infrastructure design. Refer to Table 3 and 4 and Appendix_1_Figure-4 for the complete detailed layouts of FTC.

Rooftop mobile service room

(up to G+10)

Rooftop mobile service rooms must be provided on the roof of all multi-tenant buildings up to G+10 and access must be provided to the building riser system.

The door dimension must be 900mm x 2100mm (WxH) and opening outwards and should be labelled ‘Roof Telecom Room’ حطسلا ىلع كرحتملا فتاهلا تامدخ ةفرغ.

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The rooftop mobile room must have a minimum distributed floor load rating of 10 kN/m2.

An opening must be provided with a dimension of 600mm x 400mm (WxH), 500mm below the room ceiling in walls facing the building’s rooftop area.

Space must be reserved on the rooftop of the building for the installation of mobile service antennas. This will vary from building to building, but will typically be at the corners of the building or on any raised structure on the rooftop. The exact details will be defined during the NOC stage. Refer to Appendix _1_Figure-10 for the complete detailed room layouts for mobile service rooms.

Home consolidation cabinets

The home consolidation cabinet is a space to house du’s network termination equipment. It also serves as the distribution point for all local wiring. A consolidation cabinet should be provided in each home. This should be a telecom cabinet with the following specifications:

• Minimum internal dimensions 600mm

x 600mm x 15٠mm (HxWxD) for 24 or

less CAT6 cables termination per unit

• Minimum internal dimensions 600mm

x 600mm x 300mm (HxWxD) for more

than 24 CAT6 cables termination per

unit

• Wall mount or flushed mount installation at 1.2m high measured from the finished floor level up to the edge of the cabinet.

• Fitted with RJ45 UTP patch panel and cable management.

• Fitted with 2-core fibre terminal box.

• 2 nos. 13A twin sockets fed from the essential power supply with dedicated 20A circuit breaker.

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• Adequate ventilation with ambient temperature maintained at 20°C – 30°C.

• Adequate safe working space around the location with ambient lighting.

• Not close to sources of water or heat and any electrical distribution or bus bars.

• Labelled with villa or flat number.

A layout of a typical home consolidation

cabinet is provided in Appendix_1_Figure-11 to 13

Office consolidation cabinets

Commercial predefined offices, warehouses, sheds, shops.

The office consolidation cabinet is a space to house du’s network termination equipment. It also serves as the

distribution point for all the local wiring.

A

consolidation cabinet must be provided

in

each business area. This should be

a

telecom cabinet with the following

minimum specifications:

• Minimum internal dimensions 600mm x 600mm x 300mm (HxWxD)

• Wall mount or flushed mount installation at 1.2m high measured from the finished floor level up to the bottom edge of the cabinet.

• Fitted with RJ45 UTP patch panel and cable management.

• Fitted with 2-core fibre terminal box.

• Fitted with dual 13A switched socket power outlet fed from a dedicated circuit breaker on the domestic supply.

• Sufficient cable entries to accommodate the incoming fibre optic and UTP cables.

• Located in an accessible area close to the entrance; avoiding areas such as kitchen, laundry room or bedroom.

• Adequate ventilation with ambient temperature maintained at 20°C – 30°C.

• Adequate safe working space around the location with ambient lighting.

• Not close to sources of water or heat and any electrical distribution or bus bars.

• Labelled with office/retail/building unit number.

A layout of a typical office consolidation

cabinet is provided in Appendix_1_ Figure-12 to 13

Commercial shell and core

In case of shell and core development

(open space office floor with no pre- defined offices), the building’s contractor should install one indoor wall mount mini ODF inside the FTC. The size of the mini ODF will depend on the number of fibre cores required based on the floor area served. In addition, free wall space inside the floor telecom closet must be reserved for future offices terminations. Refer to the FTC layout as shown in Appendix_1_

Figure-4

Mini ODF specifications are as follows:

• Lockable side panels.

• Lockable front door.

• Sufficient cable entries to accommodate the incoming fibre optic cables.

• Labelled with floor number.

• Labelled ports.

Electro-Mechanical

Main Telecom Room (MTR)

For commercial and mixed used buildings, the following requirements need to be provided:

• SMDB inside the room fed from power supply (with generator backup) for fixed equipment. Refer to the single line diagram in Appendix_1_Figure_27

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• 2 nos. 13A twin sockets fed from the essential power supply with dedicated 20A circuit breaker.

• AC and DC earth bars connected to the dedicated earth pits with resistance less than 1ohm.

• Dedicated A/C system (ducted split FCU) with duty and standby units with proper interlocking, to maintain the room temp. at 20+/-3°C.

• Heat dissipation can be considered at 300 Watts/sq.mtr.+3kW per rack.

• Room should be provided with adequate lighting and comply with the fire and safety requirements like smoke detector, fire alarm, emergency light etc. as per local authority standards. Any water sprinklers to be avoided.

• 2 nos. handheld CO 2 cylinder extinguishers to be provided inside the room.

• Add 1x63A TP isolator fed with dedicated feeder from essential power supply (with generator backup) for GSM equipment – if MTR is shared between du Fixed and Mobile services.

• Heat dissipation to be Increased by 8kW for GSM equipment- if MTR is shared between du Fixed and Mobile services.

For residential buildings, the following requirements need to be provided:

• 2 nos. 13A twin sockets fed from the essential power supply with dedicated 20A circuit breaker.

• One earth bar connected to the telecom earth pit with resistance less than 1ohm.

• Room must be provided with adequate lighting.

• Room should be provided with air conditioning system to maintain the room temp. at 20+/-3 ٠ C

• Room should comply with the fire and safety requirements like smoke

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detector, fire alarm, emergency light etc. as per local authority standards. Any water sprinklers to be avoided.

• 2 nos. handheld CO 2 cylinder extinguishers to be provided inside the room.

• Add 1x63A TP isolator fed with dedicated feeder from essential power supply (with generator back up) for GSM equipment – if MTR is shared between du fixed and Mobile services.

• Heat dissipation of 8kW for GSM equipment- if MTR is shared between du Fixed and mobile services.

Mobile Service Room and Rooftop

Mobile Service Rooms

For all mobile service rooms and rooftop mobile service room, all requirements mentioned in Passive MTR must be followed including the 1x63A TP isolator and the heat dissipation requirement. Further advice will be given during the NOC stage for the rooftop mobile service room design.

Floor Telecom Closet (FTC)

• Adequate lighting and 1x13A twin socket fed from the normal building supply with dedicated 20A circuit breaker.

• Room should comply with the fire and safety requirements like smoke detector, fire alarm, emergency light etc. as per local authority standards. Any water sprinklers to be avoided.

• 1x handheld CO 2 cylinder extinguisher.

Refer to Appendix_1_Figure-10 for the complete detailed room layouts.

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The following requirements must be applied to all containment systems:

• The containment system must be designed so that installed cables do not exceed the minimum specified bend radius.

• All metal containment parts must be free from sharp edges and earth bonded.

• Telecom riser openings must be sealed with a suitable fire retardant material.

• Cable trays must be easily accessible in common areas to facilitate any future provision of additional cables.

• Any cable trays that are in areas accessible to the public and less than 4.8m above the floor must be covered.

• Containment systems must not run through areas exposed to excessive heat, moisture, corrosive atmospheric or environmental conditions, high voltages, radio frequency interference (RFI) or electro-magnetic interference (EMI).

• For all containment systems a minimum separation must be maintained from sources of electromagnetic interference.

• The building developer may want to consider redundant containment systems, particularly in commercial or prestigious developments. du must be contacted at the design stage to discuss any such requirements.

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Vertical

Containment

Multi-storey/multi-tenant buildings

Risers must be provided in multi-storey/ multi-tenant buildings to allow the installation of telecom cables from the main telecom room to the floor telecom closets, mobile service rooms and rooftop mobile service rooms. Hot-Dip Galvanized (HDG) slotted steel cable trays must be provided in the risers to carry the telecom cables between all the telecom rooms. It is recommended that the main telecom room and floor telecom closets should be designed so that they are vertically aligned within the building.

Two cable trays, with the following minimum dimensions are recommended:

One of 500mm x 100mm (WxH) with Heavy Duty Return Flange (HDRF) for fibre optic cables.

One of 300mm x 50mm (WxH) with Heavy Duty Return Flange (HDRF) for GSM cables (covering all floors from last basement till roof).

If

it is not possible to provide all of

the cable trays running vertically then horizontal trays of the same size should be provided.

Note: above cable trays requirements to be finalised during NOC stage.

Within homes

In case of multi-floor apartments/villas, the UTP cables between the floors must run through 50mm diameter PVC conduits via junction/pull boxes located on each floor. The junction/pull boxes must have a minimum dimension of 300mm x 300mm

x 150mm (WxHxD). The slab opening

for these conduits must be in a suitable and accessible location in every floor. It is recommended that all vertical conduit runs be aligned to ease the installation of cables.

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Containment

Multi-storey/multi-tenant buildings

The horizontal containment for routing cables from the floor telecom closets to consolidation points on the served floor can use a number of systems (cable trays, conduits, etc.). The solution will depend on the characteristics of the building. Conduits must only be used when the consolidation point locations are permanent, the cable density is low and the flexibility to modify the routing is not required. Specification for the size of this containment is given in Appendix_1_Figure-20 to 21

Note: Intermediate PVC junction/pull boxes with minimum size of 300mm x 300mm x 150mm (HxWxD) must be provided on individual runs that exceed 30m. PVC junction/pull boxes must also be provided where an individual conduit run has a sharp change in direction.

The cable tray minimum dimensions are described below:

• One 200mm x 50mm (WxH) cable tray with Heavy Duty Return Flange (HDRF) as a main route from floor telecom closet to main corridors and then branches to each consolidation cabinet through cable trays of 50mm x 50mm (WxH).

Mobile service antennas

Cable trays must be provided to route mobile service antenna cables from the floor telecom closets to all common corridors including all lift lobbies in all floors including podium and basement.

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One cable tray following minimum dimensions must be provided:

• 150mm x 50mm (WxH) with Heavy Duty Return Flange (HDRF)

For office/commercial buildings, the horizontal containments should be extended till inside the entrance of each office units.

Within homes

All UTP cables inside the home must run through PVC conduit with a minimum 25mm diameter from the home

consolidation point to each dual outlet.

If more than one dual outlet is fed by

a conduit then the size and quantity of

the conduit may need to be increased. Intermediate PVC junction/pull boxes must be provided on individual runs that exceed 30m. PVC junction /pull boxes must also be provided where an individual conduit run has a sharp change in direction.

Cluster of buildings – groups of towers

Where a building consists of a group of towers (on a common shared podium) all of the requirements of a single tower still apply. In addition, cable trays must be provided linking the main telecom rooms of all towers, exact requirement to be finalised during NOC stage.

One cable tray with the following dimension must be provided:

• 300 x 100 (WxH) with Heavy Duty Return Flanged (HDRF)

These trays should be readily accessible in common areas to facilitate any future provision of additional cables. However,

if these trays are in an area accessible to

the public and are less than 4.8m above the floor then the trays should be covered. For more details, refer to Appendix_1_

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Specifications of all the cables to be used must be submitted to du for approval during the NOC stage. This must also include test reports showing that the performance of the cabling system meets defined requirements. Cable test must be performed using power metre and OTDR tests, whichever is applicable. Details for cable labelling are included in Appendix_2

Fibre Optic Cables

The quantity of fibre optic cables that must be provided and installed from the main telecom room to the consolidation points or FTC depends on the characteristics of the building.

Drop Fibre Cable

• Indoor rated drop fibre

• Individual pairs (2-core)

• Single mode

• Suitable for LC/APC connectors

• Bend insensitive, ITU-T, G.657A1, and compliant with G.652D

• Jacket made from halogen free and flame retardant material

• Low Smoke Zero Halogen (LSZH) or Flame Retardant Polythene Sheath (FRP)

Multicore Fibre Cable

• Indoor rated

• Single mode

• Compliant with ITU-T, G.657A1 and G.652D

• Jacket made from halogen free and flame retardant material

• Low Smoke Zero Halogen (LSZH) or Flame Retardant Polythene Sheath (FRP)

• Fibre optic colouring code shall be in accordance to EIA/TIA-598

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For fibre cables that need to be installed or routed outside the building to serve guard houses or security rooms, or any other similar facilities, outdoor rated fibre cables must be used, with the specifications as mentioned below:

OSP Fibre Cable

• Outdoor rated

• Single mode

• Compliant with ITU-T G.652D

• Loose tube inner construction or Ribbon type for high density cables

• Fibre optic colouring code shall be in accordance to EIA/TIA-598

Fibre optic cable requirements – from main telecom room to consolidation points (direct fibre)

2 core (individual pair) fibre optic cables will be required from MTR up to each apartment, retail shop, and pre-defined office. It is recommended to apply direct fibre installation up to G+30 only to maintain cable management inside the FTC and MTR.

The fibre cables must be provided from the main telecom room to each consolidation point and should be of continuous lengths free from joints, branches or patching. By default, all the fibre cables should pass through the FTC.

The fibre cables should be labelled at both ends with a unique reference for the consolidation point served and the room or area of origin. Labelling details are included in Appendix_2

All fibre optic cables should be terminated inside the MTR and inside the unit CP cabinet. Refer to Appendix_1_figure-19

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Fibre optic cable requirements – from MTR to FTC (multicore fibre)

For high rise buildings exceeding G+30, a

FTC must be selected for every 10 floors. Multicore fibre cable must be installed

in a mini ODF inside the FTC, where the

number of fibre core will depend on the number of units in each served floor. 2 fibre cores per unit should be considered as the basic foundation of multicore fibre calculation.

If there are unused fibre cores, these must be left un-terminated and coiled properly inside the mini ODF and the MTR ODF. Refer to Appendix_1_figure-26

Fibre optic cable requirements – from MTR to FTC (shell and core)

For shell and core office development,

one pair of fibre optic cable per 200sq

m of leasable commercial area should be

provided up to FTC of the same floor. Depending on the building design and built up area, multicore fibre cables from 12 cores up to 288 cores may be required to be installed between the MTR and FTC to meet the cable quantity requirement.

The fibre cables should be labelled at both ends with a unique reference for the floor served and the MTR. Labelling details are included in Appendix_2

All fibre optic cables should be terminated inside the MTR and in the FTC mini ODF cabinet. Refer to the FTC layout as shown

in Appendix_1_Figure-4

Fibre optic cables – from MTR to all mobile service rooms

12 single mode fibre pair cables must be provided from the main telecom room cascaded to all mobile service rooms ending at the last mobile service room. 10m of spare fibre must be left neatly coiled.

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Fibre optic cables – from MTR to rooftop mobile service room

12 single mode fibre pair cables must be provided from the main telecom room to the rooftop mobile service rooms. 10m of spare fibre must be left neatly coiled.

CAT6 Copper Cables

CAT 6 Copper cables – from consolidation points to tenant outlets

To deliver services from the consolidation points to the building outlets, unshielded twisted pair (UTP) copper cables must be provided. The complete design of this service is the responsibility of the building developer. However, the following minimum requirements must be followed for the efficient and effective provision of services:

• The cables must conform to a minimum of CAT 6 specification (Category 6, 100 Ohm, 4 pair 23 AWG as specified in ANSI/TIA/EIA 568-B.2 Addendum 1).

• The wiring must be in a‘star’topology fanning out from the consolidation point.

• Dual RJ45 outlets with spring load sliding shutters must be provided wherever service is required (all outlets should comply with the performance specifications as detailed in ANSI/TIA EIA 568-B.2 Addendum 6).

• Each socket in the dual RJ45 outlet must be wired back to the consolidation point.

• Outlets must not be cascaded or looped & there must be no splitting of cable pairs.

• The maximum cable length from consolidation point to outlet must not exceed 90m.

from consolidation point to outlet must not exceed 90m. // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5 • At

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• At the consolidation point the cables should be terminated on an RJ45 patch panel and labelled with the socket and outlet served.

• In each outlet the cable must be terminated to maintain the twists in each pair up to within 5mm of the termination.

• Proper strain relief should be provided at the terminated ends of the cable.

• The components of the CAT 6 system must be from the same supplier or at least compatible to insure maximum performance.

• Design should incorporate built-in flexibility to meet the growing needs of the occupants.

• The CAT 6 cabling system must be tested using an appropriate field test instrument for compliance with ANSI TIA/EIA 568-B.2 Category 6 (or equivalent if a higher specification has been used)

• Numbering and colouring of the pairs should be as defined in EIA/TIA 568B, SO 11801/EN50173 using the T568B option.

in EIA/TIA 568B, SO 11801/EN50173 using the T568B option. // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5 Administration and

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Administration and labelling scheme

All the infrastructure components described in this document must be clearly and uniquely labelled. The label information must correspond with the description on the as-built drawings.

The type of label must be suitable for the object being labelled and its environment. This is particularly important for cables and consolidation cabinets where a high quality printed self-laminating type must be used. For detail of the Labelling scheme refer to the Appendix_2

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Bulk service application

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Bulk service application 22 // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5 Bulk service requirements This kind of service

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Bulk service requirements

This kind of service solution usually applies to buildings that are having their own IT network and system operator, such as hotels, hospitals, schools, universities, banks, airports, warehouses, workshops and other similar establishments. Sharing the client server or IT room with du can be one solution to deliver the services simply and quickly which is convenient for both du and the client. In such cases of room sharing, free space inside the client room needs to be provided and reserved for du usage. Free space could be either rack unit space in an existing client rack or a floor space inside the room to accommodate

a floor mounted rack dedicated for du.

A letter from the client should be

submitted during the building NOC stage confirming the bulk service request with detailed information on the required telecom services.

with detailed information on the required telecom services. // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5 The consultant is

// Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

The consultant is advised to approach du prior to the Building NOC submission to be able to assess and decide if sharing the space with the client is the best approach or a dedicated du room is technically recommended for some reason or another.

If a dedicated room is required by du, the room specifications as mentioned in the telecom spaces section must be followed. The final du requirements including space, containment, cabling and power will be finalised during the NOC stage.

Cable connectivity between du and the client rack or room must conform to the cabling standard of du, as discussed in the cable section of this document. Single mode fibre, UTP CAT6 and multi pair CAT3 copper cables are generally required, to be supplied, terminated and tested. Final cabling connectivity design including cable type and quantity will be advised during the NOC stage. Refer to the

Appendix_1_Figure-17

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Other special requirements

Public phones, ATM machines and retail kiosks

Provision needs to be made for the connection of public phones, ATM machines and retail kiosks. This must use the same design as that prescribed for commercial buildings; 2-core single mode fibre (individual pair) from the main telecom room to a business consolidation cabinet must be installed. The final requirement will be finalised during the NOC stage. The business consolidation cabinet must be in a secured location. It is the responsibility of the building developer/consultant to coordinate with du at the NOC stage for any special or non-standard requirement.

Entry ducts

The building developer must provide lead- in ducts from the main telecom room to the plot boundary. The exact connection points at the plot boundary will depend on whether the du network already reaches the plot.

Option 1 – du duct network already exists

• The building developer will be responsible to connect to the du ducting system.

• The operator will identify the location and quantity of their lead-in ducts.

Option 2 – du duct network is still to be built

• The building developer will be responsible to extend the lead-in duct to 1m outside the plot boundary.

• The building developer is responsible for locating and clearly identifying lead in ducts.

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In both cases the building developer will be responsible for the maintenance and repair of lead-in ducts. The lead-in ducts systems in this document are designed to meet du requirements to serve the development, building or property and must be used for telecommunication purposes. The quantity and size of these ducts for different kind of developments is detailed in Table-6. Refer to the Appendix_1_Figure-23 to 24

The lead-in duct specifications are as follows:

• Made from black uPVC.

• Upmost part of ducts must be buried to a depth of 600mm below finished ground level.

• Clearly marked above ground level for easy location.

• Sloping away from the building.

• Protected by concrete when running under permanent paved surfaces.

• Sealed at each end to prevent the ingress of any materials such as water, sub-soil, gas, and pests.

• An entry/pull box must be installed for any right-angled or sharp bends in the lead-in duct route.

• If required at the entry to the main telecom room, a wide-angle long radius bend (factory made) may be provided; alternatively an entry box may also be provided.

• All ducts must include a draw rope made of twisted mildew and rot resistant polypropylene; minimum outside diameter of 6mm; minimum tensile strength of 2400lbs/1000kg/

In case of combined plots, two entry locations are still required for primary and secondary network connections; this will be advised by du at the design stage.

connections; this will be advised by du at the design stage. // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

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Lead-In ducts – villa complex

In the case of a villa complex, the building developer must connect the lead-in ducts to each villa in the complex. The lead-in duct size must not be reduced until the branching point for an individual villa.

Lead-In ducts – group of buildings

In cases where the building developer wishes to share lead-in ducts between

a group of buildings (not on a common

shared podium), then the design needs must be discussed with du at the design stage.

Lead-In ducts - building entry

Where lead-in ducts cannot be routed directly into the main telecom room, Hot- Dip Galvanized (HDG) slotted steel cable trays must be provided as an alternative. These trays must be easily accessible in common areas to facilitate any future provision of additional cables. However, if these trays are in an area accessible to the public and are less that 4.8m above the floor then the trays must be covered.

A cable tray of minimum dimensions

300mm x 100mm (WxH) with Heavy Duty Return Flange (HDRF) will be required for each plot entry point.

Lead-In ducts – entry box

Entry boxes are required to install telecom cables through the lead-in duct. The type and size of entry/pull boxes will depend on the characteristics of the building development. The details for entry boxes are included in the text below and summarised in Table-6. The quantity and location of the entry boxes will depend on the route from the main telecom room to the network.

on the route from the main telecom room to the network. // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

// Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

Entry boxes must be included wherever the duct system has right-angles or sharp bends or other factors to facilitate cable pulling.

The following specifications must be followed:

• Constructed with reinforced concrete.

• Fitted with a ductile iron frame and cover.

• Minimum load rating 400kN.

• Cover to be marked ‘du – Telecom’.

• An earth rod must be provided with a resistance of less than 5 ohms.

Note: A more detailed set of entry box specifications and drawings are included in Table-6

Please contact noc.request@du.ae for any OSP design queries.

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Layouts and labellings

Main Telecommunication Room – Fixed Services

Appendix_1_Figure 1

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٣m. AC clean earth bar du fibre entry cable Building riser ٣m. ٨٠٠x٨٠٠ ٨٠٠x٨٠٠ mm
٣m.
AC clean earth bar
du fibre
entry cable
Building riser
٣m.
٨٠٠x٨٠٠
٨٠٠x٨٠٠
mm
mm
RACK ١
RACK ٢

Containment system under the raised floor

NOTES:

• Building type –Residential

• Number of Units –Up to 300 Units

١٣A twin socket fed from utility power with dedicated circuit breaker

Smoke detector connected to BMS

Raised floor

٢ x handheld CO ٢ cylinder extinguishers

Raised floor ٢ x handheld CO ٢ cylinder extinguishers // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5 Main

// Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

Main Telecommunication Room – Fixed Services

Appendix_1_Figure 2

٣٠٠٠mm. ٢ x ٣٢A three phase isolator fed from SMDB-du This space is reserved for
٣٠٠٠mm.
٢ x ٣٢A three phase isolator
fed from SMDB-du
This space is
reserved for
du – UPS
and Batteries
du fibre
entry cable
High density
floor mount
ODF racks for
building fibres
Building riser
٤٠٠٠mm.
٨٠٠x٨٠٠
٨٠٠x٨٠٠
٨٠٠x٨٠٠
mm
mm
mm
RACK ١
RACK ٢
Active
Rack
SMDB du

Containment system under the raised floor

NOTES:

• Building type – Commercial / Mixed Use

• Number of Units – Up to 600 Units

/ Mixed Use • Number of Units – Up to 600 Units // Building Infrastructure Guideline

// Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

AC

clean earth bar

DC

clean earth bar

١٣A twin socket fed from utility power with dedicated circuit breaker

Smoke detector connected to BMS

Refer to single line diagram

٢ x handheld CO ٢ cylinder extinguishers

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١m.

Main Telecommunication Room – Fixed Services

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Appendix_1_Figure 3

٤m. AC clean earth bar Building riser DC clean earth bar High density floor mount
٤m.
AC clean earth bar
Building riser
DC clean earth bar
High density
floor mount
ODF racks for
building fibres
٨٠٠x٨٠٠
٨٠٠x٨٠٠
٨٠٠x٨٠٠
٨٠٠x٨٠٠
mm
mm
mm
mm
RACK
١
RACK ٢
RACK ١
RACK ٢
Passive
Active
Component
Component
١٣A twin socket fed
from utility power
with dedicated
circuit breaker
Racks
Racks
Smoke Detector connected to BMS
This space is
reserved for du
Containment system
under raised floor
– UPS
and Batteries
du fibre entry cable
٤m.
SMDB du

٢ x ٣٢A three phase isolator fed from SMDB-du

NOTES:

• Building type – Residential / Commercial / Mixed Use

• Number of Units – Up to 1200 Units

Refer to

single line

diagram

٢ x handheld CO ٢ cylinder extinguishers

line diagram ٢ x handheld CO ٢ cylinder extinguishers // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5 Floor Telecom

// Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

Floor Telecom Closet

Appendix_1_Figure 4

٢m. Building Riser Mini - ODF Smoke Detector connected to BMS
٢m.
Building Riser
Mini - ODF
Smoke Detector
connected to BMS
Building Riser Mini - ODF Smoke Detector connected to BMS // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5 ١٥٠
Building Riser Mini - ODF Smoke Detector connected to BMS // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5 ١٥٠

// Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

connected to BMS // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5 ١٥٠ mm opening ١٣A twin socket fed from

١٥٠ mm opening

١٣A twin socket fed from utility power with dedicated circuit breaker

٢ x handheld CO ٢ cylinder extinguishers

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Main Telecommunication Room - Fixed & Mobile Services

Appendix_1_Figure 5

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٤m. AC clean earth bar Building riser DC clean earth bar ١٣A twin socket fed
٤m.
AC clean earth bar
Building riser
DC clean earth bar
١٣A twin socket
fed from utility
power with
dedicated
circuit breaker
٦٠٠x٦٠٠
٦٠٠x٦٠٠
mm
mm
٣G Rack
٤G Rack
Smoke detector
connected to BMS
High density floor
mount ODF racks
Containment system
at high level
٦٠٠x٦٠٠
mm
DC
٢G Rack
System
du fibre entry cable
١٣A twin socket fed from utility power
with dedicated circuit breaker
٤m.
٨٠٠x٨٠٠
٨٠٠x٨٠٠
mm
mm
RACK ١
RACK ٢

٢ x handheld CO ٢ cylinder extinguishers

NOTES:

• Building type – Residential

• Number of Units – Up to 600 Units

٦٣A three phase

isolator fed from essential building power (for GSM equipments)

١٣A twin socket fed from utility power with dedicated circuit breaker

socket fed from utility power with dedicated circuit breaker // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5 Main

// Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

Main Telecommunication Room - Fixed & Mobile Services

Appendix_1_Figure 6

٦٠٠x٦٠٠ DC mm System ٢G Rack ٤m. AC clean earth bar Building riser DC clean
٦٠٠x٦٠٠
DC
mm
System
٢G Rack
٤m.
AC clean earth bar
Building riser
DC clean earth bar
٦٠٠x٦٠٠
٦٠٠x٦٠٠
١٣A twin socket fed
from utility power
with dedicated
circuit breaker
mm
mm
٣G Rack
٤G Rack
Containment system
at high level
Smoke detector
connected to BMS
١٣A twin socket fed from
utility power with dedicated
circuit breaker
du fibre
entry cable
٤m.
Wall Mount ODF

٢ x handheld CO ٢ cylinder extinguishers

NOTES:

• Building type – Residential

• Number of Units – Up to 1200 Units

– Residential • Number of Units – Up to 1200 Units // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

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٦٣A three phase

isolator fed from essential building power (for GSM equipments)

١٣A twin socket fed from utility power with dedicated circuit breaker

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Main Telecommunication Room - Fixed & Mobile Services

Appendix_1_Figure 7

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Containment system under the raised floor

du fibre entry cable

AC clean earth bar

DC clean earth bar

٥m. Building riser High density floor mount ODF racks ١٣A twin socket fed from utility
٥m.
Building riser
High density floor
mount ODF racks
١٣A twin socket
fed from utility power with
dedicated circuit breaker
This
Space
٨٠٠x٨٠٠
٨٠٠x٨٠٠
٨٠٠x٨٠٠
is reserved
mm
mm
mm
for UPS
RACK ١
RACK ٢
Active
and Batteries
Rack
٤m.
٢ x ٣٢A TP isolators
fed from SMDB – du
٢ x handheld
CO ٢ cylinder
extinguishers
Smoke detector
connected
to BMS
٦٠٠x٦٠٠
٦٠٠x٦٠٠
DC
mm
mm
System
٤G Rack
٣G Rack
٦٣A three phase isolator fed
from essential building power
(for GSM equipments)
٦٠٠x٦٠٠
mm
٢G Rack
SM DB

NOTES:

• Building type – Commercial / Mixed Use

• Number of Units – Up to 1200 Units

/ Mixed Use • Number of Units – Up to 1200 Units // Building Infrastructure Guideline

// Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

Main Telecommunication Room - Fixed & Mobile Services

Appendix_1_Figure 8

Containment system under the raised floor

du fibre entry cable

AC clean earth bar

DC clean earth bar

٤m. Building riser High density floor mount ODF racks This Space ٨٠٠x٨٠٠ ٨٠٠x٨٠٠ ١٣A twin
٤m.
Building riser
High density floor mount ODF racks
This Space
٨٠٠x٨٠٠
٨٠٠x٨٠٠
١٣A twin socket
fed from utility
power with
dedicated
circuit breaker
is reserved
mm
mm
for UPS
RACK
١
Active
and Batteries
RACK
Smoke
detector
٢ x ٣٢A three
phase isolator
fed from
SMDB-du
(Fixed Equipment)
connected to BMS
٦٠٠x٦٠٠
٦٠٠x٦٠٠
DC
mm
mm
System
٤G Rac
k
٣G Rack
٦٠٠x٦٠٠
mm
٢G Rack
SM DB
٤m.

٦٣A three phase isolator fed from essential building power (for GSM equipments)

٢ x handheld CO ٢ cylinder extinguishers

NOTES:

• Building type – Commercial / Mixed Use

• Number of Units – Up to 600 Units

type – Commercial / Mixed Use • Number of Units – Up to 600 Units //

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Main Telecommunication Room - Fixed & Mobile Services

Appendix_1_Figure 9

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Containment system under the raised floor

High density floor mount ODF racks

AC clean earth bar

DC clean earth bar

٥m. ١٣A twin socket fed from utility power with dedicated circuit breaker Building riser du
٥m.
١٣A twin socket fed
from utility power
with dedicated
circuit breaker
Building riser
du fibre
entry cable
٨٠٠x٨٠٠
٨٠٠x٨٠٠
٨٠٠x٨٠٠
٨٠٠x٨٠٠
mm
mm
mm
mm
RACK ١
RACK ٢
RACK ١
RACK ٢
Passive
Active
Component
Component
Racks
Racks
Smoke detector
connected to BMS
٢
x ٣٢A three phase
isolator fed from
SMDB-du
(Fixed Equipment)
٢
x handheld
٦٠٠x٦٠٠
٦٠٠x٦٠٠
DC
mm
mm
CO ٢ cylinder
extinguishers
System
٤G Rack
٣G
Rack
٦٣A three phase isolator fed
from essential building power
(for GSM equipments)
٦٠٠x٦٠٠
mm
٢G Rack
This Space is reserved
for UPS and Batteries
SM DB
٥m.

NOTES:

• Building type – Residential / Commercial

• Number of Units – Up to 1200 Units

/ Commercial • Number of Units – Up to 1200 Units // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

// Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

Mobile Service Room

Appendix_1_Figure 10

٣m. DC clean earth bar AC clean earth bar du Fibre entry cable Building riser
٣m.
DC clean earth bar
AC clean earth bar
du Fibre
entry cable
Building riser
٣m.

١٣A twin socket fed from utility power with dedicated circuit breaker

Smoke detector connected to BMS

٦٣A three phase isolator fed from essential building power

٢ x handheld CO ٢ cylinder extinguishers

NOTES:

• Provide Mobile Service Room for ever 10th floor

extinguishers NOTES: • Provide Mobile Service Room for ever 10th floor // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

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Consolidated Cabinet Elevation

Appendix_1_Figure 11

٦٠٠mm ۱ ۲ ۳ ٤ ٥ ٦ ۷ ۸ ۹ ۱۰ ۱۱ ۱۲ ۱۳ ۱٤
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PERFORATED DOOR
١٥٠mm

٢٤ Port Cat ٦ Patch Panel–١U

Cable Manager –١U

Fibre Terminal Box with ٢ Core LC/APC Adapter

١٣A twin Socket

٣U – Metallic Support to hold du CPE

12 U Consolidation Cabinet with 150mm depth

to hold du CPE 12 U Consolidation Cabinet with 150mm depth // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

// Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

Consolidated Cabinet Elevation

Appendix_1_Figure 12

٦٠٠mm ۱ ۲ ۳ ٤ ٥ ٦ ۷ ۸ ۹ ۱۰ ۱۱ ۱۲ ۱۳ ۱٤
٦٠٠mm
۱ ۲
۳
٤
٥
٦
۷
۸
۹
۱۰
۱۱
۱۲
۱۳
۱٤
۱٥
۱٦
۱۷
۱۸
۱۹
۲۰
۲۱
۲۲
۲۳
۲٤
ATB
١٢ U
PERFORATED DOOR
٣٠٠mm

12 U Consolidation Cabinet with 300mm depth

DOOR ٣٠٠mm 12 U Consolidation Cabinet with 300mm depth // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5 ٢٤ Port

// Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

٢٤ Port Cat ٦ Patch Panel–١U

Cable Manager –١U

Fibre Terminal Box with ٢ Core LC/APC Adapter

١٣A twin Socket

١U – Metallic Support to hold du CPE

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Mounting Details - Consolidated Cabinet

Appendix_1_Figure 13

Mounting option – ١ Cabinet depth = ١٥٠mm / ٣٠٠mm (Mounted on the wall) ١٢
Mounting option – ١
Cabinet depth = ١٥٠mm / ٣٠٠mm
(Mounted on the wall)
١٢ U cabinet
1.2 meter to 1.4 meter from FFL
Finished floor level (FFL)
Cabinet depth = ١٥٠mm / ٣٠٠mm
Mounting option – ٢
(Partial mounted inside the wall)
١٢ U cabinet
1.2
meter to
1.4
meter
Finished floor level (FFL)
from FFL
Mounting option – ٣
(Fully Mounted inside the wall)
١٢ U cabinet
١٥٠mm / ٣٠٠mm
1.2
meter to
1.4
meter
Finished floor level (FFL)
from FFL
Wall
Wall
Wall

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Finished floor level (FFL) from FFL Wall Wall Wall 40 // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5 Rack

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Rack Elevation – Residential Type

Appendix_1_Figure 14

RACK-1

RACK-2

٠١ ٠١ Fibre Patch Panel – Supply and installation by du ۱ ۲ ۳ ٤
٠١
٠١
Fibre Patch Panel
– Supply and installation by du
۱
۲ ۳
٤
٥
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۸
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۱۱
۱۲
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Fi be r
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٠٣
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٠٤
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٠٦
٠٦
٠٧
٠٧
٠٨
٠٨
٠٩
٠٩
١٠
١٠
١١
١١
١٢
١٢
Building Fibre
Termination
Area
٢٠ U – ٢٤ U
١٣
١٣
١٤
١٤
Vertical rings
١٥
١٥
١٦
١٦
١٧
Building Fibre
Termination
Area
٢٠ U – ٢٤ U
١٧
١٨
١٨
١٩
١٩
٢٠
٢٠
٢١
٢١
٢٢
٢٢
٢٣
٢٣
٢٤
٢٤
٢٥
٢٥
٢٦
٢٦
٢٧
٢٧
٢٨
٢٨
٢٩
٢٩
٣٠
٣٠
٣١
٣١
٣٢
٣٢
٣٣
٣٣
٣٤
٣٤
٣٥
٣٥
٣٦
٣٦
٣٧
٣٧
Raised Floor Tiles
This area is
reserved for the
installation of
splitters by du
١٨ U
٣٨
This area is
reserved for the
installation of
splitters by du
١٨ U
٣٨
٣٩
٣٩
٤٠
٤٠
٤١
٤١
٤٢
٤٢
Finished Floor Level
٣٠٠mm.

NOTES:

• Maximum number of fibre cores to be terminated per rack are 480 cores

• Building type – Residential

• Number of Units – Up to 300 Units

• Building type – Residential • Number of Units – Up to 300 Units // Building

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Rack Elevation – Commercial Type

Appendix_1_Figure 15

RACK-1

RACK-2

Rack Elevation – Residential & Commercial Type

Appendix_1_Figure 16

RACK-1

RACK-2

٠١ ٠١ ٠١ ٠١ Fibre Patch Panel – Supply and installation by du ۱ ۲
٠١
٠١
٠١
٠١
Fibre Patch Panel
– Supply and installation by du
۱
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A
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A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
Space Reserved for du
Space Reserved for du
٠٣
٠٣
Fibre Patch Panel
– Supply and installation by du
٠٣
٠٣
٠٤
٠٤
٠٤
٠٤
٠٥
٠٥
٠٥
٠٥
٠٦
٠٦
٠٦
٠٦
٠٧
٠٧
٠٧
٠٧
٠٨
٠٨
٠٨
٠٨
٠٩
٠٩
٠٩
٠٩
١٠
١٠
١٠
١٠
١١
١١
١١
١١
١٢
١٢
١٢
١٢
Building Fibre
Termination
Area
٢٠ U – ٢٤ U
١٣
Building Fibre
Termination
Area
٢٠ U – ٢٤ U
١٣
١٣
١٣
١٤
١٤
١٤
١٤
Vertical rings
Vertical rings
١٥
١٥
Building Fibre
Termination
Area
٢٠ U – ٢٤ U
١٥
١٥
١٦
١٦
١٦
Building Fibre
Termination
Area
٢٠ U – ٢٤ U
١٦
١٧
١٧
١٧
١٧
١٨
١٨
١٨
١٨
١٩
١٩
١٩
١٩
٢٠
٢٠
٢٠
٢٠
٢١
٢١
٢١
٢١
٢٢
٢٢
٢٢
٢٢
٢٣
٢٣
٢٣
٢٣
٢٤
٢٤
٢٤
٢٤
٢٥
٢٥
٢٥
٢٥
٢٦
٢٦
٢٦
٢٦
٢٧
٢٧
٢٧
٢٧
٢٨
٢٨
٢٨
٢٨
٢٩
٢٩
٢٩
٢٩
٣٠
٣٠
٣٠
٣٠
Equipment by
du ١٨- U
٣١
٣١
٣١
٣١
٣٢
٣٢
٣٢
٣٢
This area is
reserved for the
installation of
active equipment
by du ١٨ U
٣٣
٣٣
٣٣
٣٣
٣٤
٣٤
٣٤
٣٤
٣٥
٣٥
٣٥
٣٥
٣٦
٣٦
٣٦
٣٦
٣٧
Raised Floor Tiles
This area is
reserved for the
installation of
active equipment
by du ١٨ U
٣٧
٣٧
٣٧
Raised Floor Tiles
٣٨
٣٨
This area is
reserved for the
installation of
splitters by du
١٨ U
٣٨
This area is
reserved for the
installation of
active equipment
by du ١٨ U
٣٨
٣٩
٣٩
٣٩
٣٩
٤٠
٤٠
٤٠
٤٠
٤١
٤١
٤١
٤١
٤٢
٤٢
٤٢
٤٢
Finished Floor Level
Finished Floor Level
٣٠٠mm.
٣٠٠mm.

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NOTES:

• Maximum number of fibre cores to be terminated per rack are 480 cores

• Building type – Commercial

• Number of Units – Up to 300 Units

– Commercial • Number of Units – Up to 300 Units // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

// Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

NOTES:

• Maximum number of fibre cores to be terminated per rack are 480 cores

• Building type – Mixed use

• Number of Units – Up to 300 Units

• Building type – Mixed use • Number of Units – Up to 300 Units //

// Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

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Bulk Service Setup

Appendix_1_Figure 17

du MDF room Client server room ٣٠٠ mm cable tray at high level ٢٤ Core
du MDF room
Client server room
٣٠٠ mm cable tray
at high level
٢٤ Core SM Fibre
Patch Panel by du
01
01
١٢ Core SM Fibre Patch Panel
۱
۲
۳
٤
٥
٦
۷
۸
۹
۱۰
۱۱
۱۲
i
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Patc h
i Patc h
Fiber
02
Fiber
02
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
03
03
04
04
٢٤ port Cat ٦ Patch Panel
١٢ Core SM Fibre Patch Panel
۱
۲
۳
٤
٥
٦
۷
۸
۹
۱۰
۱۱
۱۲
۱۳
۱٤
۱٥
۱٦
۱۷
۱۸
۱۹
۲۰
۲۱
۲۲
۲۳
۲٤
۱
۲
۳
٤
٥
٦
۷
۸
۹
۱۰
۱۱
۱۲
i
Patc h
Fiber
05
05
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
06
06
07
07
٢٤ port Cat ٦ Patch Panel
08
08
٥٠ Pair ١١٠ Block for Cat ٣
۱
۲
۳
٤
٥
٦
۷
۸
۹
۱۰
۱۱
۱۲
۱۳
۱٤
۱٥
۱٦
۱۷
۱۸
۱۹
۲۰
۲۱
۲۲
۲۳
۲٤
09
09
Copper Cables
10
10
11
11
٥٠ Pair ١١٠ Block
for Cat ٣ Copper Cables
12
12
١ U – Cable Manager
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
17
17
18
18
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20
20
21
21
22
22
23
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24
24
25
25
26
26
Client
27
27
28
28
This area is
reserved for the
installation of
active equipment
by du ١٨ U
۲۹
server
۲۹
30
30
31
31
32
rack
32
33
33
34
34
35
35
36
36
37
37
38
38
39
39
40
40
41
41
42
42
Finished Floor Level
٣٠٠mm.

NOTES:

The bulk service cabling minimum requirements between du rack and client server rack are as below:

1) 12 core single mode fibre cables 2) 24 number of CAT6 cables 3) 50 Pair of CAT3 cables

All cables should be terminated at both sides (inside du rack and client rack) in 42U cabinets - the distance between the two racks should be less than 70 meters

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between the two racks should be less than 70 meters 44 // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

// Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

Wall Mount ODF

Appendix_1_Figure 18

Cable Tray at High Level For Building Fibre Cables Opening for Fibre Cables from Building
Cable Tray at High Level For Building Fibre Cables
Opening for Fibre Cables
from Building Riser
Ring
Ring
Ring
Ring
Wall Mount ODF
Ring
Ring
Perforated door
Du Fibre Entry Cables
٢ Core LC/ACP
Adapters
Sub rack for du splitter
Finished Floor Level (FFL)
Installed at ١ meter to ١٫٢ meter from FFL
Splicing Tray
Splicing Tray
Splicing Tray
Splicing Tray

Wall mount ODF inside MTR/FTC

Splicing Tray Splicing Tray Splicing Tray Wall mount ODF inside MTR/FTC // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

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Fibre Terminal Box

Appendix_1_Figure 19 12cm (W) 2 Core fibre cable entry to the fibre terminal box 2
Appendix_1_Figure 19
12cm (W)
2 Core fibre cable
entry to the fibre
terminal box
2 core fibre
cable entry to
the access
terminal box
Option-1
Minimum 1 meter
pigtail inside the FTB
Option-3
Terminate the end
of the pigtail-1 to
Core-1 of SM fibre cable
Terminate the end
1
2
of the pigtail-2 to
Core-2 of SM fibre cable
2 core fibre cable entry to
the access terminal box
2.5cm (D)
9cm (H)

46

Option-2

2 core fibre LC/APC adapter

Fibre Terminal Box (FTB) inside 12U cabinet

LC/APC adapter Fibre Terminal Box (FTB) inside 12U cabinet // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5 Schematic Diagram

// Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

Schematic Diagram with Separate MTR and Mobile Service Rooms

Appendix_1_Figure 20 Building Type – Residential /Commercial/Mixed Use Roof Top Roof Floor GSM room ٢٠٠mm
Appendix_1_Figure 20
Building Type – Residential /Commercial/Mixed Use
Roof Top
Roof Floor
GSM room
٢٠٠mm Cable Tray for
Horizontal Distribution
Mobile Service Room at Every ١٠th Floor
FTC
٣٠ th Floor
ROOM
Unit -X1
Unit
-06
Unit
-04
Unit-02
Unit
-01
Unit -03
Unit-05
Unit-7
Unit-9
Unit- X
٢٠٠mm Cable Tray for
Horizontal Distribution
Mobile Service Room at Every ١٠th Floor
FTC
ROOM
٢٠ th Floor
Unit -X1
Unit
-06
Unit
-04
Unit-02
Unit
-01
Unit -03
Unit-05
Unit-7
Unit-9
Unit- X
Mobile Service Room at Every ١٠th Floor
FTC
١٠ th Floor
ROOM
Unit -X1
Unit
-06
Unit
-04
Unit-02
Unit
-01
Unit -03
Unit-05
Unit-7
Unit-9
Unit- X
FTC
ROOM
٥ th Floor
Unit -X1
Unit
-06
Unit
-04
Unit-02
Unit
-01
Unit -03
Unit-05
Unit-7
Unit-9
Unit- X
٥٠mm Cable Tray
٥٠٠mm Cable Tray for Building Fibre Cables
٣٠٠mm Cable Tray for GSM Cables
FTC
Unit -X1
Unit
-06
Unit
-04
Unit-02
ROOM
Unit
-01
Unit -03
Unit-05
Unit-7
Unit-9
Unit- X
١ st Floor
٣٠٠mm Cable Tray between MTR and Mobile Service Room
MTR Room
for Fixed Services
Mobile Service Room
(GSM)
Ground Floor
Ducts for du
entry Cables
Ducts for du
entry Cables
٣ rd Basement Floor
٣٠٠mm Cable Tray between MTR and Entry Ducts

NOTES:

An Unit would be Apartment, Retail shop, Pre-defined office, Reception, Security room, BSM Room, Child Play Area, Restaurant, GYM, Penthouse etc

Security room, BSM Room, Child Play Area, Restaurant, GYM, Penthouse etc // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

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48

Schematic Diagram with Combined MTR and Mobile Service Rooms

Schematic diagram – Clusters of Building

Appendix_1_Figure 22

Appendix_1_Figure 21 Building Type – Residential/Commercial/Mixed Use Roof Top Roof Floor GSM room ٢٠٠mm Cable
Appendix_1_Figure 21
Building Type – Residential/Commercial/Mixed Use
Roof Top
Roof Floor
GSM room
٢٠٠mm Cable Tray for
Horizontal Distribution
Mobile Service Room at Every ١٠th Floor
FTC
٣٠ th Floor
ROOM
Unit -X1
Unit
-06
Unit
-04
Unit-02
Unit
-01
Unit -03
Unit-05
Unit-7
Unit-9
Unit- X
٢٠٠mm Cable Tray for
Horizontal Distribution
Mobile Service R
oom at Every ١٠th Floor
FTC
ROOM
٢٠ th Floor
Unit -X1
Unit
-06
Unit
-04
Unit-02
Unit
-01
Unit -03
Unit-05
Unit-7
Unit-9
Unit- X
Mobile Service Room at Every ١٠th Floor
FTC
١٠ th Floor
ROOM
Unit -X1
Unit
-06
Unit
-04
Unit-02
Unit
-01
Unit -03
Unit-05
Unit-7
Unit-9
Unit- X
FTC
ROOM
٥ th Floor
Unit -X1
Unit
-06
Unit
-04
Unit-02
Unit
-01
Unit -03
Unit-05
Unit-7
Unit-9
Unit- X
٥٠mm Cable Tray
٥٠٠mm Cable Tray for Building Fibre Cables
٣٠٠mm Cable Tray for GSM Cables
FTC
Unit -X1
Unit
-06
Unit
-04
Unit-02
ROOM
Unit
-01
Unit -03
Unit-05
Unit-7
Unit-9
Unit- X
١ st Floor
Combined MTR and Mobile Service Room
for Fixed and GSM services
Ground Floor
Ducts for du
entry Cables
Ducts for du
entry Cables
٣ rd Basement Floor
٣٠٠mm Cable Tray between MTR and Entry Ducts
Plot Limit Plot Limit Building Building Building ٢ ٣ ٤ MTR MTR MTR Main MTR
Plot Limit
Plot Limit
Building
Building
Building
٢
٣
٤
MTR
MTR
MTR
Main
MTR
Building
١
MTR
MTR
Building
Building
٦
٥
Plot Limit
Ducts for du fibre entry
cables
Provide minimum of ٣٠٠ x ١٠٠ mm Cable tray
from Main MTR to MTR of each building
Plot Limit
Common Podium Level

Provide high density fibre cables from Main MTR to MTR of each building in Star Topology

from Main MTR to MTR of each building in Star Topology // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

// Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

of each building in Star Topology // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5 // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

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Schematic diagram – Single Villa Infrastructure

Appendix_1_Figure 23

Ground Level ٢W D٥٦ ducts from villa entry box to villa cabinet Entry Box ٦٠x٦٠x٨٠cm
Ground Level
٢W D٥٦ ducts from villa
entry box to villa cabinet
Entry Box
٦٠x٦٠x٨٠cm
PLOT LIMIT
PLOT LIMIT

٢W D٥٦ lead in duct to be extended ١ meter from the plot limit

50

lead in duct to be extended ١ meter from the plot limit 50 // Building Infrastructure

// Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

Schematic diagram – Complex

Appendix_1_Figure 24

of Villas Infrastructure

Ducts from du infrastructure

Villa 13 Villa 14 Villa 15 Villa 16 Villa 17 JRC١٢ Lead in ducts PLOT
Villa 13
Villa 14
Villa 15
Villa 16
Villa 17
JRC١٢
Lead in ducts
PLOT LIMIT
PLOT LIMIT
Villa 01
Villa 02
Villa 03
Villa 04
Villa 05
Villa 06
Villa 07
Villa 08
Villa 09
Villa 10
Villa 11
Villa 12
٤W D٥٤
ducts
JRC١٤
JRC12
٢W D٥٦ ducts from each villa Entry box to Manhole- JRC ١٢
٢W D٥٤ ducts between manholes
٢W D٥٤ ducts between manholes
Entry Box
JRC١٢
PLOT LIMIT
18Villa
19Villa
20Villa
21Villa
22Villa
23Villa
24Villa
25Villa
26Villa
27Villa
28Villa
29Villa
PLOT LIMIT
23Villa 24Villa 25Villa 26Villa 27Villa 28Villa 29Villa PLOT LIMIT // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5 51

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51

Tile Cutting Layout

Appendix_1_Figure 25

٣٠٠mm (W) x ٣٠٠mm (H) Opening for Cables Entry

١٥٠mm ١٥٠mm ٦٠٠mm (W) ٦٠٠mm (H)
١٥٠mm
١٥٠mm
٦٠٠mm (W)
٦٠٠mm (H)

52

Entry ١٥٠mm ١٥٠mm ٦٠٠mm (W) ٦٠٠mm (H) 52 // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5 Schematic Diagram

// Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

Schematic Diagram – High Rise Building

Appendix_1_Figure 26

Building Type – Residential/Commercial/Mixed Use Roof Top ٧٠ th Floor with roof GSM room ٢٠٠mm
Building Type – Residential/Commercial/Mixed Use
Roof Top
٧٠ th Floor with roof
GSM room
٢٠٠mm Cable Tray for
Horizontal Distribution
FTC
ROOM
٦٠ th Floor
Unit -X1
Unit
-06
Unit-02
MINI
ODF
Unit
-01
Unit -03
Unit-05
Unit-7
Unit-9
Unit- X
٢٠٠mm Cable Tray for
Horizontal Distribution
Mobile Service R
oom at Every ١٠th Floor
FTC
ROOM
٥٠ th Floor
Unit -X1
Unit
-06
Unit-02
MINI
ODF
Unit
-01
Unit -03
Unit-05
Unit-7
Unit-9
Unit- X
FTC
ROOM
٤٠ th Floor
Unit -X1
Unit
-06
Unit-02
Unit
-01
Unit -03
Unit-05
Unit-7
Unit-9
Unit- X
MINI ODF
FTC
ROOM
٣٠ th Floor
Unit -X1
Unit
-06
Unit-02
MINI ODF
Unit
-01
Unit -03
Unit-05
Unit-7
Unit-9
Unit- X
٥٠mm Cable Tray
٥٠٠mm Cable Tray for
Building Fibre Cables
٣٠٠mm Cable Tray for GSM Cables
FTC
Unit -X1
Unit
-06
Unit-02
ROOM
Unit
-01
Unit -03
Unit-05
Unit-7
Unit-9
Unit- X
٢٠ th Floor
Indoor Multi Core SM Fibre Cables to
Connect from MTR to Mini ODF’s
MTR ROOM
Ground Floor
Ducts for du
entry Cables
Ducts for du
entry Cables
٣ rd Basement Floor
٣٠٠mm Cable Tray between MTR and Entry Ducts
Cables ٣ rd Basement Floor ٣٠٠mm Cable Tray between MTR and Entry Ducts // Building Infrastructure

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Power Single line diagram – SMDB

Appendix_1_Figure 27

٣٢A TP ٣٢A TP Isolator Isolator ٣ x spares ٤Cx ١٠mm٢ XLPE/ SWA + ١CX١٠
٣٢A TP
٣٢A TP
Isolator
Isolator
٣ x spares
٤Cx ١٠mm٢ XLPE/
SWA + ١CX١٠ ECC
١
٢
٣
٣٢A TP
٣٢A TP
٣٢A TP
٣٢A TP
٣٢A TP
spaces
MCCB
MCCB
MCCB
MCCB
MCCB
٦٣A TP Iso.
ESMDB-MTR supplied by building contractor
Essential DB
ATS
Generator
Permanent

54

Power

Power

Essential DB ATS Generator Permanent 54 Power Power // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5 JRC 12 Top

// Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

JRC 12 Top View

Appendix_2_Figure 28

A

Guideline v.5 JRC 12 Top View Appendix_2_Figure 28 A 4 way D54 Duct For building entry

4 way D54 Duct For building entry (Lead in) / Road crossing if required only

5 55 55 5 5 5 45 55 5555 5
5
55
55
5
5
5
45
55
5555
5

PLAN

(Item 3 and surround omitted)

only 5 55 55 5 5 5 45 55 5555 5 PLAN (Item 3 and surround

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only 5 55 55 5 5 5 45 55 5555 5 PLAN (Item 3 and surround

55

JRC 12 Items detail

Appendix_2_Figure 29

Schedule Item Description Number 1 Bolts, Foundation, Indented No. 2 4 2 Cable bearers wall
Schedule
Item
Description
Number
1 Bolts, Foundation, Indented No. 2
4
2 Cable bearers wall type No. 3
2
3 Frame and cover carriageway type No. 2
1
4 Grating, Sump No. 2A
1
5 Irons, Anchor No. 4
2
6 Step, Manhole No. 1
1
7 Reinforcement bar 10 diameter X 200
18
8 Reinforcement bar 10 diameter X 795
14
9 Reinforcement bar 10 diameter X 845
8
10 Reinforcement bar 10 diameter X 1330
5
11 Reinforcement bar 10 diameter X 1680
4

Reinforcement details for guidance only.

56

X 1680 4 Reinforcement details for guidance only. 56 // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5 JRC 12

// Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

JRC 12 Section A-A

Appendix_2_Figure 30

B Landscaping/Tiling ١٧٥ ٥٤٥ ١٢٥ ١٢٥ ١٥٠ ١,٢ Step ٤ ٢٥mm cement rendering with fall
B
Landscaping/Tiling
١٧٥
٥٤٥
١٢٥
١٢٥
١٥٠
١,٢
Step
٤
٢٥mm cement
rendering with
fall to sump
Construction joint
١٨٥
٢٣٠
١٣٠
Water bar
(under water level)
Tanking membrane
Class (C) concrete blinding
B
4 Bars @ 180 C/C
١٥٠
٢٠٠
١٥٠50/60
٧٥
٢٧٥
460
١٣٠
70
18575
200745
min
1130
٢٠٠ ١٥٠50/60 ٧٥ ٢٧٥ 460 ١٣٠ 70 18575 200745 min 1130 // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

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JRC 12 Section B-B

Appendix_2_Figure 31

Landscaping/Tiling ١١ 100 ٦ ٤ ٥ Construction joint Water bar (under water level) ١٨٥ ٢٣٠
Landscaping/Tiling
١١
100
٦
٤
٥
Construction joint
Water bar
(under water level)
١٨٥
٢٣٠
١٣٠
50
5 Bars @ 140 C/C
460
١3٠
١٥٠50/60
٢٧٥٧٥
185
745
200
75
min
1130

58

١٥٠50/60 ٢٧٥٧٥ 185 745 200 75 min 1130 58 // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5 JRC 14

// Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5

JRC 14 Items detail

Appendix_2_Figure 32

Schedule Item Description Number 1 Bolts, Foundation, Indented No. 2 8 2 Cable bearers wall
Schedule
Item
Description
Number
1 Bolts, Foundation, Indented No. 2
8
2 Cable bearers wall type No. 3
3
3 Frame and cover carriageway type No. 2
1
4 Grating, Sump No. 2A
1
5 Irons, Anchor No. 4
2
6 Step, Manhole No. 1
2
7 Reinforcement bar 10 diameter X 200*
22
8 Reinforcement bar 10 diameter X 230*
9 Reinforcement bar 10 diameter X 845*
4
10 Reinforcement bar 10 diameter X 900*
8
11 Reinforcement bar 10 diameter X 910*
12 Reinforcement bar 10 diameter X 1045*
12
13 Reinforcement bar 10 diameter X 2485*
8
14 Reinforcement bar 10 diameter X 1100*
12
15 Reinforcement bar 10 diameter X 2485*
12

* For reference only

1100* 12 15 Reinforcement bar 10 diameter X 2485* 12 * For reference only // Building

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JRC 14 Top View

Appendix_2_Figure 33 2585 175 260 1715 260 175 12 No. Bars @ 220 C/C 20
Appendix_2_Figure 33
2585
175
260
1715
260
175
12 No. Bars @ 220 C/C
20
200
200
20
A
A
1285
150
175
150175635
300230
55

60

PLAN

(Item 3 and surround omitted)

150175635 300230 55 60 PLAN (Item 3 and surround omitted) // Building Infrastructure Guideline v.5 JRC

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JRC 14 Section A-A

Appendix_2_Figure 33a

3 Landscaping/Tiling 65 65 65 65 Varies to suit site conditions 203 915 915 203
3
Landscaping/Tiling
65
65
65
65
Varies to suit
site conditions
203
915
915
203
10
380
380
1,2
٢٥mm cement rendering
with fall to sump
100
100
15
9
Slope
Water bar (under water level)
Construction joint
Tanking membrane
205
230
130
Class (C) concrete blinding
١٣٠٠
٩١٥١٨٥
٢٠٠
min.
150
150
300
225
90225
130
200
50/60
150
140
27575
560
130
70
200
150 300 225 90225 130 200 50/60 150 140 27575 560 130 70 200 // Building

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JRC 14 Section B-B

Appendix_2_Figure 34

1245

Landscaping/Tiling Construction joint Water bar (under water level) ١٣٠ 150 275 75 745 185 200
Landscaping/Tiling
Construction
joint
Water bar
(under water level)
١٣٠
150
275
75
745
185
200
min
75
1130

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JRC 4 Top View

Appendix_2_Figure 35

١٥٠ 915 ١٥٠ 4 Bars @ 200 MM 200 A A 5 6 PLAN (Item
١٥٠
915
١٥٠
4 Bars @ 200 MM
200
A
A
5
6
PLAN
(Item 3 and surround omitted)
For building entry (Lead in)
4 way D54 Duct
760
460150
170
190
omitted) For building entry (Lead in) 4 way D54 Duct 760 460150 170 190 // Building

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Bars @ 230 MM150

JRC 4 Items detail

Appendix_2_Figure 36

Schedule Item Description Number 1 Bolts, Foundation, Indented No. 2 4 2 Cable bearers wall
Schedule
Item
Description
Number
1 Bolts, Foundation, Indented No. 2
4
2 Cable bearers wall type No. 2
2
3 Frame and cover carriageway type No. 4
1
4 Reinforcement bar 10 diameter X 660
8
5 Reinforcement bar 10 diameter X 845
14
6 Reinforcement bar 10 diameter X 1115
8
7 Reinforcement bar 10 diameter X 150
16
8 Reinforcement bar 10 diameter X 710
2
9 Reinforcement bar 10 diameter X 1165
2

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JRC 4 Section C-C

Appendix_2_Figure 37

Guideline v.5 JRC 4 Section C-C Appendix_2_Figure 37 5 Bars @ 230 MM 150 8 7
Guideline v.5 JRC 4 Section C-C Appendix_2_Figure 37 5 Bars @ 230 MM 150 8 7
Guideline v.5 JRC 4 Section C-C Appendix_2_Figure 37 5 Bars @ 230 MM 150 8 7
Guideline v.5 JRC 4 Section C-C Appendix_2_Figure 37 5 Bars @ 230 MM 150 8 7
Guideline v.5 JRC 4 Section C-C Appendix_2_Figure 37 5 Bars @ 230 MM 150 8 7

5 Bars @ 230 MM

150

v.5 JRC 4 Section C-C Appendix_2_Figure 37 5 Bars @ 230 MM 150 8 7 //
v.5 JRC 4 Section C-C Appendix_2_Figure 37 5 Bars @ 230 MM 150 8 7 //
v.5 JRC 4 Section C-C Appendix_2_Figure 37 5 Bars @ 230 MM 150 8 7 //
v.5 JRC 4 Section C-C Appendix_2_Figure 37 5 Bars @ 230 MM 150 8 7 //
v.5 JRC 4 Section C-C Appendix_2_Figure 37 5 Bars @ 230 MM 150 8 7 //
v.5 JRC 4 Section C-C Appendix_2_Figure 37 5 Bars @ 230 MM 150 8 7 //
8 7
8
7
v.5 JRC 4 Section C-C Appendix_2_Figure 37 5 Bars @ 230 MM 150 8 7 //

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JRC 4 Section A-A

Appendix_2_Figure 38

B Construct concrete surround as required. 100mm min. for unmade surface C 8 7 3
B
Construct concrete
surround as required.
100mm min. for
unmade surface
C
8
7
3
C
190
535
190
1 & 2
100
25mm cement rendering with
fall to one end. Direction to be
determined by site conditions
4 Bars @ 180 MM
130
200

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JRC 4 Section B-B

Appendix_2_Figure 39

9 7 100 4 Bars @ 180 MM 120 200 90 830 100
9
7
100
4 Bars @ 180 MM
120
200
90
830
100
B-B Appendix_2_Figure 39 9 7 100 4 Bars @ 180 MM 120 200 90 830 100

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Labelling Scheme Labeling Scheme for 2 core SM fibre cables using ferrule (during cable pulling)
Labelling Scheme
Labeling Scheme for 2 core SM fibre cables using ferrule (during cable pulling)
2 Core SM fibre cables at MTR side
Floor number/name-unit number/name-core number
2 Core SM fibre cables at UNIT side
MTR/FTR number-core number
Example for apartments
Example for offices
Example for Retail Shops
F02-ACP04-C01
FL03-OCP05-C01
GR-RCP01-C01
FL02-ACP04-C02
FL03-OCP05-C02
GR-RCP01-C02
Example – MTR01 - C1
MTR01 - C2
Example – FTR01 - C1
FTR01 - C2
Example for Reception
Example for BMS room
GR-REP-C01
B1-BMS-C01
GR-REP-C02
B1-BMS-C02
Labeling scheme for 2 core SM fibre cables after terminating inside fibre ODF/patch panel Floor
Labeling scheme for 2 core SM fibre cables after terminating inside fibre ODF/patch panel
Floor number/name-unit number/name-ODF core number Example - FL10 - ACP012-ODF 95,96 Example - FL01 - ACP04-ODF 11,12
Labeling Scheme for 2 Core Fibre Terminal Box
Rack number-ODF number-ODF row/slot number-core numbers
Labeling Scheme for 2 core adapter inside Fibre Terminal Box
Vertical Orientation
1
12
Horizontal Orientation
Example – RK2 - ODF1 - R1 - C1,2
Example – RK2 - ODF1 - S1 - C3,4
2
Note – Always terminate the end of the pigtail-1 to Core-1 of SM fibre Cable
Labeling scheme for cabinets inside apartments/offices/reception/retail shops etc
Labeling scheme for Cat 6 RJ45 Outlets
Floor number/name – unit number/name
Example – F1 - ACP12
Patch Panel Number-Port number
Labeling scheme for Cat 6 cables inside units using ferrule (during cable pulling)
Example – PP1 - P-1
Cable numbers
Example – 1,2
Example – 3,4

NOTES:

Labelling scheme for wall mount ODF, Floor mount ODF, Mini ODF, Indoor multicore fibre cables will be advised at NOC stage

Labelling Scheme for 96 Core ODF CORE number details Row 1 2 3 4 5
Labelling Scheme for 96 Core ODF
CORE number details
Row
1
2 3
4
5 6
7 8
9 10
11 12
1
C
- 1,2
C-
3,4
C-
5,6
C-
7,8
C-
9,10
C-
11,12
C-
13,14
C-
15,16
C-
17,18
C-
19,20
C-
21,22
C-
23,24
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
2
C-
25,26
C-
27,28
C-
29,30
C-
31,32
C-
33,34
C-
35,36
C-
37,38
C-
39,40
C-
41,42
C-
43,44
C-
45,46
C-
47,48
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
3
C-
49,50
C-
51,52
C-
53,54
C-
55,56
C-
57,58
C-
59,60
C-
61,62
C-
63,64
C-
65,66
C-
67,68
C-
69,70
C-
71,72
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
4
C-
73,74
C-
75,76
C-
77,78
C-
79,80
C-
81,82
C-
83,84
C-
85,86
C-
87,88
C-
89,90
C-
91,92
C-
93,94
C-
95,96
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Floor no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no
Unit no

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Tables

Main Telecom Room Sizes – Fixed Services

Table 1 Number of units MTR Sizes in Meter (L X B X H) Residential
Table 1
Number
of units
MTR Sizes in Meter
(L X B X H)
Residential
MTR Sizes in Meter
(L X B X H)
Commercial /mixed use
Up to 600
3 x 3 x 3
3 x 4 x 3
600 to 1200
4 x 4 x 3
4 x 4 x 3
More than
Will be Advised
1200
at NOC Stage
Will be Advised
at NOC Stage
More than Will be Advised 1200 at NOC Stage Will be Advised at NOC Stage //

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Telecommunication Room Sizes – For Mobile Services

Table 2 Number of floors Mobile service room sizes in meter (L X B X
Table 2
Number
of floors
Mobile service
room sizes in meter
(L X B X H)
residential
Mobile service room sizes
in Meter (L X B X H)
commercial/mixed use
Up to G+10
3
x 3 x 3
G+11 to G+100
3 x 3 x 3 every 10
floors starting from
the lowest basement
3
x 3 x 3 every 10 floors
starting from the lowest
basement
Shopping malls
and bulk services
buildings
Will be advised
at NOC stage
Will be advised
at NOC stage
Cluster of buildings
with each having
more than G+5
floors
Will be advised
at NOC stage
Will be advised
at NOC stage

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Fibre cables termination details inside MTR & FTC for Residential or Commercial Buildings

Table 3

Number of Racks required Wall mount Indoor Fibre patch commercial to terminate ODF multicore panel
Number of
Racks required
Wall mount
Indoor
Fibre patch
commercial
to terminate
ODF
multicore
panel and
or residential
building fibre
fibre
ODF core
units
cables inside
cables
quantity
MTR
(angled
adapter type)
Racks units
required to
terminate
building fibre
cables in each
42 u rack
Up to 150 Units
One number of
Not Required
Not
4
number of
20
U to 24 U
(G+15)
42
U 800 X
Required
96
core fibre
800, 19 inch
free standing
rack required
patch panel
required
150 to 300 Units
(G+16 to
Two number of
Not Required
Not
7
number of
20
U to 24 U
42
U 800 X
Required
96
core fibre
in each Rack
G+30)
800, 19 inch
free standing
rack required
patch panel
required
300
to 600 Units
(G+31 to
G+60 Floors)
Minimum one
number of high
density rack
required
Install wall
mount mini
ODF at every
10th floor
(Starting
from 30th
Floor)
Install and
Use high
42
U
terminate
density angled
indoor
adapter fibre
multicore
patch panels
fibre cables
600
to 1200
Install and
Use high
2 x 42 U
Units (Towers)
terminate
density angled
(G+61 to
Minimum two
number of high
density rack
required
Install wall
mount mini
ODF at every
10th floor
(Starting
from 30th
Floor)
indoor
adapter fibre
G+120 Floors)
multicore
patch panels
fibre cables
For above
1200 Units
The requirement will be advised at NOC Stage
(For above
G+120)
1200 Units The requirement will be advised at NOC Stage (For above G+120) // Building Infrastructure

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Fibre cables termination details inside MTR and FTC for Mixed used buildings

Table 4 Number of residential and commercial units Racks required to terminate building fibre cables
Table 4
Number of
residential and
commercial units
Racks required to
terminate building
fibre cables inside
MTR
Wall
Indoor
Fibre patch
mount
multicore
panel and
ODF
fibre cables
ODF core
(to connect
quantity
wall mount
(angled
ODFs and
adapter
Racks units
required to
terminate
building fibre
cables in each
42 U Rack
MTR)
type)
Up to 150 units
(considering
50% units to be
residential and
50% units to be
commercial)
One number of
Not
Not
2
number
20
U to 24 U
42
U 800 x 800mm
Required
Required
of 96 core
fibre patch
panel
required in
each rack
in each rack
required for
residential units
one number of
42
U 800 x 800mm
required for
commercial units
150 to 300 units
(considering
50% units to be
residential and
50% units to be
commercial)
One number of
Not
Not
4
number
20
U to 24 U
42
U 800 X 800mm
Required
Required
required for
residential units one
number of
42
U 800 X 800mm
of 96 core
fibre patch
panel
required in
each rack
in each rack
required for
commercial units
300
to 600 units
(considering
50% units to be
residential and
50% units to be
commercial)
Minimum one
number of high
density rack
required with
proper separation
for residential and
commercial units
Install wall
Install and
Use high
42
U
mount
terminate
density
mini ODF
indoor
angled
at every
multicore
adapter fibre
10th floor
fibre cables
patch panels
(Starting
from 30th
floor)
600
to 1200
Minimum two
number of high
density rack
required with
proper separation
for residential and
commercial units
Install wall
Install and
Use high
2 x 42 U
units
(considering
50% units to be
residential and
50% units to be
commercial)
mount
terminate
density
mini ODF
indoor
angled fibre
at every
multicore
patch panels
10th floor
fibre cables
(Starting
from 30th
floor)
For above
The requirement will be advised at NOC Stage
1200 Units

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Configuration specification for Wall mount ODF to hold Sub Racks for Optical Splitters

Table 5

Number Number of building fibre core spilced inside of wall mount ODF Require- Require- Require-
Number
Number of
building fibre
core spilced
inside of wall
mount ODF
Require-
Require-
Require-
units
ment
ment
ment
(apartments,
of 2:32
of 2:16
of 2:2
retails)
splitter
splitter
splitter
unit
unit
unit
Feeder port/
cores required
to terminate
entry cables
for 2:32 splitter
ratio scenario
Feeder port/
cores required
to terminate
entry cables
for 2:16 splitter
ratio scenario
Up to 150
Residential
units
300
cores
5
10
1
12
cores
24
cores
Up to 300
Residential
units
600
cores
10
19
1
24
cores
48
cores
Up to 600
Residential
units
1200 cores
19
38
1
48
cores
76
cores

Note: Consultants and Contractors are advised to coordinate with du at NOC stage for the exact splitter ration scenario and for the exact splitter site.

OSP - Infrastructure detail

Table 6

Single Villa Complex of Villa (15 to 100) For Multi - tenant Buildings Shopping Mall
Single Villa
Complex of Villa
(15 to 100)
For Multi - tenant
Buildings
Shopping Mall
Warehouse
Bulk Service
and Shed
Ducts
2 x D56 (50 mm)
2 x D56 (50 mm)
per villa 2 x D54
(100 mm) for
plot entry
2 x D54 (100 mm)
for primary route
and 2 x D54
(100 mm)
for secondary
route
2 x D54 (100 mm)
for primary route
and 2 x D54
(100 mm)
for secondary
route
2
x D56 (50 mm)
per warehouse
2 x D54 (100 mm)
for primary route
2
x D54
(100 mm)
plot entry
and 2 x D54
(100 mm)
for secondary
route
Entry
600mm x 600mm
Not Required
Not Required
Not Required
Box
x800mm
(L x B x D)
per villa
600mm x
600mm x800mm
(L x B x D)
per villa
600mm x
600mm x800mm
(L x B x D)
per villa
Manhole
Not Required
JRC 12 for every
12 villas + JRC 12
for plot entry
JRC 12
JRC 12
JRC 12 for every
12 villas + JRC 12
for plot entry
JRC 12
JRC 12 JRC 12 JRC 12 for every 12 villas + JRC 12 for plot entry

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Responsibility Matrix Item Building’s Item Description du No. owner 1 Lead-in ducts ✔ ✘ 2
Responsibility Matrix
Item
Building’s
Item Description
du
No.
owner
1
Lead-in ducts
2
Manholes outside the building/villa boundaries (including cover)
3
Pull box inside the building/villa boundaries (including the cover)
4
OSP fibre optic cables for buildings connections (including supply and termination)
5
OSP fibre optic cables for villas connections (including supply and termination)
٦
Fibre optic cables supply between du Main Telecom Rooms (cluster of buildings)
7
Fibre optic cables pulling between du Main Telecom Rooms (cluster of buildings)
8
Fibre optic cables supply from du Main Telecom Room up to the CP cabinet
9
Fibre optic cables pulling from du Main Telecom Room up to the CP cabinet
10
Fibre optic cables termination and testing inside MTR, CP and FTC
(if required inside FTC)
11
Horizontal cabling work inside the unit
Fibre optic termination components such as the floor mount and wall mount high
12
density fibre panel, FDH, optical patch panel, mini ODF, micro ODF, connectors,
adaptors and racks
13
Fibre optic splitter supply and installation
14
Patch cords supply
15
High density fibre rack and 42U rack supply and installation
Wall mount fibre rack supply and installation
17
CP cabinet supply and installation
18
CP cabinet accessories including related elements supply and installation
19
Vertical and horizontal cable trays supply and installation
20
Telecom rooms/spaces and related EM, civil and raised floor system
(if R/F is required)
21
GSM Rooms including MEP requirements inside + GSM containments
22
GSM cables/antenna/equipment supply and installation

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Location Map

du NOC office – Abu Dhabi, Hamdan Street. 24°29'14.52"N 54°21'33.32"E
du NOC office – Abu Dhabi,
Hamdan Street.
24°29'14.52"N
54°21'33.32"E
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Location Map

du NOC office – Dubai, Academic City. 25° 7'29.21"N 55°24'34.85"E
du NOC office – Dubai,
Academic City.
25° 7'29.21"N
55°24'34.85"E

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