Collect, adapt and distribute terrestrial and satellite radio and television signals to homes and premises, as well as basic telephone and broadband telecommunications services.
We will explain in a simple way what the regulation for Common Telecommunications Infrastructures consists of.
CTI is the framework that regulates the access of telecommunications, audiovisual and information services to the interior of our homes. Two regulations currently coexist: CTI and CTI2. Homes built from March 2011 have to comply with the CTI2 regulation.
Implemented in 1999, the purpose was to install a collective antenna. The technical specifications to be met by any common telecommunications infrastructure are:
It was created to facilitate high-speed internet access so that homes are adapted to withstand the evolution of telecommunications
As in this article we will focus on CTI2 regulations and especially with regard to what is installed in our home, we will review the different elements that we find in the user access point
These are the elements that we will find in the NTR (Network Termination Registry) that make up our user access point. The NTR of an CTI installation has dimensions of 500mm x 300mm x 60mm, while for an CTI2 it has dimensions of 500mm x 600mm x 80mm.