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CABLE NUMBERING, OUTSIDE PLANT COMMUNICATION SYSTEM, STANDARD FOR

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Organization that Developed the Standard
NASA Standard
Document Identifiers
Document Number
KSC-STD-E-0009
Version
B
Change Number
1
Document Date
Change Date
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ACTIVE
NASA Organization and Technical Discipline
Responsible NASA Organization
KSC - Kennedy Space Center
Mandatory Standard
NASA Mandatory Standard
Not a NASA Mandatory Standard
Document Scope
Document Scope
Establishes the approved method for numbering all cables within the outside plant portion of the fixed wire communications system at the John F. Kennedy Space Center.
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Office of Primary Responsibility Designee (OPRD)
OPRD First Name
JOHN
OPRD Last Name
SCHRAMKO
OPRD Center
KSC
OPRD Organization Code
TA
OPRD Phone Number
OPRD email address
john.j.shramko@nasa.gov
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System Admin
Submitting User's Email
standards@msfc.nasa.gov

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