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March
2012

Home run wiring - 47 CFR 76.804

The FCC defines home run wiring as “the wiring from the demarcation point to the point at which the MVPD's wiring becomes devoted to an individual subscriber or individual loop.” This is the coaxial wiring extending from the provider’s signal distribution system through the hallways to individual residential units. The rules governing the disposition of home run wiring are found at 47 C.F.R. § 76.804.

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