TIA updates marking, labeling guidelines for telephone terminal CPE

May 2, 2013
The revised TSB-177-A standard is issued.

The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) has released a new document, entitled TSB-177-A Telecommunications – Telephone Terminal Equipment – Guidelines for Marking and Labeling CPE Complying with TIA User Premises Standards.

TSB-177-A specifies logos which TIA may offer under a license agreement for use in product packaging and marketing materials.

See also:TIA revises standard on terminal equipment connectors

The initial publication of TSB-177 included logos for use with products which meet the performance requirements established in the ANSI/TIA-1083 (Handset Magnetic Measurement Procedures and Performance Requirements) standard.

The revised TSB-177-A standard adds logos which may be offered for use with products that meet the performance requirements established in the ANSI/TIA-4953 (Amplified Telephone Measurement Procedures and Performance Requirements) standard, published by TIA in August 2012.

TSB-177-A was formulated under the cognizance of the TIA TR-41 User Premises Telecommunications Requirements, TR-41.3 Analog and Digital Wireline Terminals.

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