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TB 10006-2016

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Standard ID TB 10006-2016 (TB10006-2016)
Description (Translated English) Code for Design of Railway Communication
Sector / Industry Railway & Train Industry Standard
Classification of Chinese Standard P65
Word Count Estimation 178,177
Date of Issue 2016-11-17
Date of Implementation 2017-03-01
Older Standard (superseded by this standard) TB 10006-2005
Quoted Standard GB 4208; GB 6830; GB/T 9771; GB 50016; GB 50174; GB/T 50262; GB 50311; GB 50343; GB 50373; GB 50689; GB/T 51117; GB 51158; TB/T 2106; TB/T 2993.3; TB/T 2993.4; TB/T 2993.5; TB/T 2993.6; TB/T 2493; TB/T 2834; TB/T 2973; TB/T 3025; TB/T 3160; TB/T 3283
Regulation (derived from) State-Railway-Science-Regulations (2016) No. 46
Summary This standard applies to the newly constructed and rebuilt railway communication engineering design.

TB 10006-2016
Code for Design of Railway Communication
Issued on July 20, 2017
Issued by National Railway Administration of the People’s Republic of China
1 General Provisions
1.0.1 This Code is developed to unify the standard for the design of railway communication.
1.0.2 This Code is applicable to railway communication system or upgrading of existing system.
1.0.3 The design of railway communication shall comply with the requirements of the voice, data and image services in the production and operation management of railway transportation.
1.0.4 Advanced and proven technology shall be used for design of railway communication, complying new with the requirements of digitalization, broadband, intelligence and comprehensiveness.
1.0.5 The technology, new material, new process, and new product used in the design of railway
communication shall comply with the requirements of relevant railway engineering construction
management.
1.0.6 The design of railway communication shall comply with the planning of the railway communication network, follow the principles of “integrity”, “interoperability”, “resource sharing’’, “rational layout” and “cost effectiveness and applicability’’, and consider the connection with the existing railway communication network.
1.0.7 The design of railway communication shall comply with the requirements of reliability, availability, maintainability and safety for the equipment operation and maintenance.
1.0.8 Communication system shall be well designed based on class of railways, type of traffic,
Services requirements and the equipment maintenance management requirement of railway
operators.
1.0.9 Maintenance organization shall be established with proper provision of spare parts and
maintenance equipment according to the equipment maintenance management requirements.
1.0.10 The location and mode of railway communication equipment and facilities shall comply with
the requirements of the railway structure gauge.
1.0.11 The usage of the railway wireless communication frequency shall comply with relevant national and railway radio administration regulations.
1.0.12 Beside this Code, the design of railway communication shall also comply with other relevant
national and industry standards in force.
3 Communication Lines
3.1 General Requirements
3.1.1 The design of communication lines shall be classified into long-distance communication line
and communication line for district, station and yard.
3.1.2 Optical cable is preferred for communication line.
3.1.3 The type, capacity, quantity, laying mode of optical and electrical cable shall comply with the
service requirements and the network reliability requirements.
3.1.4 In addition to this Code, the design of overhead communication line shall comply with the
provisions of relevant technical standards such as Code for Design of Telecommunication Cable Line
Engineering (GB 51158).
3.1.5 In addition to this Code, the design of submarine communication line shall comply with the
provisions of relevant technical standards such as Code for Design of Cable Line Engineering (GB 51158).
3.2 Type Selection and Setting of Optical and Electrical Cable
3.2.1 The selection of optical cable type shall comply with the following requirements.
1 The jelly-filled optical fiber should be selected.
2 The structure of optical cable should adopt stranded loose tube type, may also adopt central
tube type. The specifications and performance shall comply with the provisions of relevant technical
standards such Stranded Loose Tube Optical Fiber Cables for Outdoor Application for
Telecommunication ( YD/T 901 ) and Central Tube Type of Outdoor Optical Fiber Cables for
As Telecommunication ( YD/T 769).
3 The structure of optical cable sheath shall be determined according to the factors of soil and
topography of laying section, laying etc. and shall comply with the provisions of relevant technical standards such as Code for Design of Telecommunication Cable Line protective manners, measures
Engineering (GB 51158).
3.2.2 The selection of fiber type shall comply with the following requirements.
1 The single mode optical fiber should be adopted.
2 The G. 652 fiber should be selected and the G. 655 fiber may also be selected.
3 The performance of fiber shall comply with the provisions of relevant technical standards such
as Single-mode Optical Fibers for Telecommunication (GB/T 9771).
3.2.3 The number of fiber cores shall be determined according to the network planning, reliability,
service requirements and the structure of the optical cable. The number of reserved fiber should not be less than 50% of the total number of fiber in the long-distance optical cable.
3, 2.4 The design of short distance optical cable in section should consider comprehensively the
service requirements of section nodes and should be set separately with the long-distance optical cable.
3.2.5 The selection of electrical cable type shall comply with the following requirements.
1 The long-distance electrical cable should choose jelly filled, low frequency, and symmetrical
cable.
2 The electrical cable in district and station-yard should choose aluminium sheath and jelly filled
cable.
3.2.6 The setting of electrical cable shall comply with the following requirements.
1 The diameter of electrical cable core wire shall be calculated and determined according to the
transmission attenuation.
2 The number of long-distance electrical cable core wire shall comply with the usage
requirements of the long-distance and section line.
3 The number of electrical cable core wire in district and station-yard shall be determined
according to the number of telephones in district and station-yard and be reserved approximately.
3.2.7 The fire protection design of optical and electrical cable shall comply with the provisions of
relevant technical standards such as Code for Design on Fire Prevention of Railway Engineering
(TB 10063).
3.3 Path Selection of Optical and Electrical Cable
3.3.1 When the optical or electrical cable is laid along the railway line, it shall be laid in the safety
protection area of the railway line. When there is a protective fence, it should be laid inside the
protective fence.
3.3.2 When the long-distance optical or electrical cable is increased along the existing railway line, it
should be laid in the side of the railway line different from existing communication optical and
electrical cable. When 2 or more long-distance optical and electrical cables are laid along the newly built railway lines, they should be laid on both sides of the railway separately.
3.3.3 The path of optical and electrical cable shall avoid the following areas.
1 Lakes, swamps, flood drainage
2 Breaking ditch, cliff, landslide, debris flow gully, and soil loss
3 Easy to collapse, mined out
4 Reserved position for double lines in the single railway line section and reserved area for tracks
in the station and yard.
5 Area easily be affected by strong electric line, especially struck by lightning and mechanical.
3.3.5
the optical or electrical cable passes through bridge and tunnel, it should be laid on the bridge and in
the tunnel. When the optical or electrical cable passes through the platform, it should be laid in the
communication pipeline or platform integrated pipe trench.
3.3.6 The directly buried optical and electrical cable should not be placed on the road shoulder
except for Some difficult sections.
3.3.7 The space between the directly buried optical and electrical cable and other building facilities
difficult sections.
shall comply with the provisions of relevant technical standards such
Telecommunication Cable Line Engineering (GB 51158).
3.3.8 When the district and station-yard communication cable adopts the same route as the long-
distance communication cable, they should be buried in the same ditch.
3.4 Laying and Mechanical Protection of Optical and Electrical Cable
3.4.1 When the optical and electrical cable is laid on the subgrades section, it shall comply with the
following requirements.
1 When cable ducts are available, it shall be laid in the cable ducts.
2 When cable ducts are not available, it may take the overhead according to condition.
3 The cable shafts should be set at the location crossing the track and the outlet of the cable
such as directly buried, pipes manners or ducts.
4 When it passes through the slope not less than 20° and length not less than 30 m, the
shape should be adopted for laying.
5 The optical and electrical cable connector should be located at places with flat terrain, stable
foundation and maintenance convenience.
3.4.2 When the optical or electrical cable is laid following requirements.
1 When cable ducts are available, it shall be laid in the cable ducts.
2 When cable ducts are not available, the steel groove, the composite material groove or the steel
pipe may be used for laying cable according to condition.
3 The optical and electrical cable connector should not be selected on the bridge.
3.4.3 When the optical or electrical cable is laid in the tunnel section, it shall comply with the
following requirements.
1 When cable ducts
2 When cable ducts
3.4.4 When the optical or electrical cable is laid in the urban
equipment room, large and above passenger station, the conduit manner should be adopted for laying.
3.4.5 The design of the communication conduit shall comply with the following requirements.
1 The communication conduit should adopt high density polyethylene ( HDPE) or hard polyvinyl
chloride (PVC-U), the steel pipe or cement pipe may also be adopted.
2 The number of pipe holes shall be determined separately for different segments according to
the long-term capacity of optical and electrical cable, and the backup pipe hole shall be reserved.
3 Sub tube laying
1) Multiple sub tubes shall be placed into the large diameter pipe hole, and the total equivalent
outer diameter of these sub tubes should be not greater than 90% of the diameter of the pipe
hole.
2) Multiple sub tubes in the same pipe hole shall be placed at one time.
3) The sub tube shall not be placed through man-holes or hand-holes.
4 Man-holes and hand-holes setting
1) The man-holes and hand-holes should be set at the both ends, the branch point, the leading
in point, the turning point of the pipeline and at the joints of the optical and electrical cable.
2) For the straight pipeline section, the interval of the man-holes and hand-holes shall be
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