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Jumper Settings of the Cartridges in

BSC3i and TCSM3i


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Table of Contents
This document has 43 pages.

Summary of changes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

1 Overview of jumper settings for the cartridges in BSC3i and TCSM3i. . . 8

2 TC1C-A Transcoder cartridge, C112056 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9


2.1 TCSM3i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

3 ET4C-B Exchange terminal cartridge, C104300 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

4 CLOC-B Clock and synchronisation cartridge, C104222. . . . . . . . . . . . 17


4.1 BSC3i. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
4.2 TCSM3i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

5 CLAC-B Clock and alarm cartridge, C104250 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23


5.1 BSC3i. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
5.2 TCSM3i for combined BSC/TCSM installation option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
5.2.1 S14 level combined BSC/TCSM installation option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
5.2.2 S13 level combined BSC/TCSM installation option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
5.2.3 S12 level combined BSC/TCSM installation option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

6 SW1C-C Switch group cartridge, C104596 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35

7 ADMODD Address coding module connector with DIP switches, C108892


37
7.1 Setting of the address data in first delivery Flexi BSC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
7.2 Setting of the address data in upgraded Flexi BSC and BSC3i
660/1000/2000 prior to S14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

8 SBCON1A, SWCOP-A bus connector board 1, C71010 . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

9 SBCON2A, bus connector for Group Switch (GSW2KB), C109498 . . . 42

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List of Figures
Figure 1 Jumper blocks of cartridge TC1C-A in TCSM3i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Figure 2 Jumper blocks of the ET4C-B cartridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Figure 3 Jumper blocks of cartridge CLOC-B in BSC3i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Figure 4 Jumper blocks of cartridge CLOC-B in TCSM3i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Figure 5 Jumper blocks of the CLAC-B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Figure 6 Jumper blocks of the SW1C-C cartridge. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Figure 7 DIP switch locations on ADMODD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Figure 8 Jumper blocks on SBCON1A circuit board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Figure 9 Jumper blocks on SBCON2A circuit board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

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List of Tables
Table 1 Settings of W1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Table 2 Settings of W2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Table 3 Settings of W1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Table 4 Settings of W1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Table 5 Settings of W2-1 to W2-8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Table 6 Settings of W2-9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Table 7 Setting the time slots (W4:4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Table 8 Nominal timing NTIM (W4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Table 9 Maintenance connection (W4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Table 10 Maintenance bus (T0/control) PCM selection (W4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Table 11 Settings of the CL3TG-U/CL3TG (W1 and W2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Table 12 Biasing of switch side selection signal (W2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Table 13 Settings of the CL3TG-U/CL3TG (W1 and W2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Table 14 Biasing of switch side selection signal (W2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Table 15 Setting the leading phase displacement (W1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Table 16 Unit address settings in the BSCC cabinet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Table 17 Unit address settings in the BSCD cabinet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Table 18 Setting the leading phase displacement (W1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Table 19 TCSA 0 cabinet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Table 20 TCSA 1 cabinet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Table 21 TCSA 2 cabinet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Table 22 Setting the leading phase displacement (W1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Table 23 TCSA 0 cabinet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Table 24 TCSA 1 cabinet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Table 25 TCSA 2 cabinet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Table 26 Setting the leading phase displacement (W1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Table 27 TCSA cabinet of the TCSM3i part connected to BSC3i 1000 . . . . . . . 33
Table 28 TCSA cabinet of the TCSM3i part connected to the BSC3i 2000 . . . . . 34
Table 29 Selecting the GSWB section (W2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Table 30 Setting the _ALTST and _DIS signal (W3, W4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Table 31 ADMODD connections for LOC_ID bits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Table 32 ADMODD connections for SLOT_ID bits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Table 33 ADMODD connections for LOC_ID bits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Table 34 ADMODD connections for SLOT_ID bits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Table 35 Setting of the basic timing signal phase in GSW1KB and GSWB . . . . 40
Table 36 Selecting the group switch side (W1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Table 37 Selecting the number of GSWB sections (W2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Table 38 Selecting the Group Switch side (W1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Table 39 Selecting the number of GSW2KB sections (W2 and W3) . . . . . . . . . . 43
Table 40 Setting the phase of basic timing signals 16MOUTn and 8KOUTn (W4 and
W5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43

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Summary of changes
Changes between document issues are cumulative. Therefore, the latest document
issue contains all changes made to previous issues.

Changes between issues 6-0 and 6-1


Information on "Settings for TCSM3i standalone installation" and "Settings for combined
BSC/TCSM installation" has been added.

Changes between issues 5-0 and 6-0


S15-level update: Information on the TC1C-A cartridge used has been added.

Changes between issues 4-0 and 5-0


S14-level update: Information on the CLAC-B cartridge used in the TCSA 0, TCSA 1 and
TCSA 2 cabinets has been updated to include Flexi BSC as the BSC-part of TCSM3i for
combined BSC/TCSM installation option. Also, "combined BSC3i/TCSM3i installation
option" has been changed to "combined BSC/TCSM installation option".

Changes between issues 3-1 and 4-0


S13-level update: Information has been added on unit address settings in the CLAC-B
cartridge installed in the TCSA 0, TCSA 1 and TCSA 2 cabinet in TCSM3i for combined
BSC3i/TCSM3i installation option. Minor editorial changes have also been made.
In section SBCON1A, SWCOP-A bus connector board 1, C71010, the note containing
information on previous releases has been removed.

Changes between issues 3-0 and 3-1


Information on the CLAC-B and SW1C-C cartridge has been corrected.

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1 Overview of jumper settings for the car-


tridges in BSC3i and TCSM3i
The Jumper Settings of the Cartridges in BSC3i and TCSM3i provides the basic infor-
mation needed for setting the various jumper settings (strappings) of those cartridges
which have jumpers (strappings) to set in the BSC3i and TCSM3i. The settings are
referred to as standard when no changes are required, and alternative when the appli-
cation delivered may need reconfiguration.
Jumper settings are presented by the following cartridges and modules:
TC1C-A
ET4C-B
CLOC-B
CLAC-B
SW1C-C
ADMODD
SBCON1A
SBCON2A
The hardware settings are made by means of jumper connectors; that is, with jumper
(U) connectors, code 15291 00089. The settings of the cartridges are presented mainly
in figures, but some alternative settings are shown in tables. The default settings are
presented normally in the main figure of each cartridge motherboard.
The setting instructions for the plug-in-units installed into these cartridges are described
in Jumper Settings of the Plug-in Units in BSC3i and TCSM3i.

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2 TC1C-A Transcoder cartridge, C112056


TC1C-A

W1

W2

W1 W2
1 2 3 0 1
FS2B 1 1 2 3
FS1B 2 UA0 1
CCL0 3 UA1 2
CSW B 4 UA2 3
CSW A 5 UA3 4
_RSS 6 UA4 5
_L2M 7 UA5 6
_CLOFF1 8 UA6 7
_CLOFF2 9 UA7 8
_CLOFF3 10 _CBAL 9
_CLOFF4 11
_BUEN 12
CGCL 13
PCM 14
BU 15
_TGOFF 16

DN0950719

Figure 1 Jumper blocks of cartridge TC1C-A in TCSM3i

2.1 TCSM3i
TC1C-A cartridge is used in S15 TCSM3i. TC1C-A is a standard DX200 M98 mechanics
full shelf wide cartridge. It is used as an equipment location for TR3T, ET16, CL3TG-UA,
CLAB-UA, ETIP1-A, ETP-A and SBMUX-A plug-in units.

Standard Settings
Settings of W1 and W2 are presented in the following tables.

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Position Setting Purpose


W1 - 1 1-2 external reference signal 2 termination
for unbalanced interface (75ohm)
2-3 external reference signal 2 termination
for balanced interface (120ohm)
W1 - 2 1-2 external reference signal 1 termination
for unbalanced interface (75ohm)
2-3 external reference signal 1 termination
for balanced interface (120ohm)
W1 - 3 1-2 card control loop routing to alarm
system. setting for 0-side cartridge
2-3 card control loop blocked from alarm
system. setting for 1-side cartridge
W1 - 4, W1 - 5 1-2 group switch changeover signal set
permanently for gsw 0 side
2-3 group switch changeover signal
follows the gsw side changes
W1 - 6 1-2 setting for RSS use
2-3 setting for exchange use
W1 - 7 1-2 transmission delayed 61ns for PCM
lines
2-3 no delay for PCM lines
W1 - 8 1-2 8MU1-5, FPU1-5 closed in active and
passive units
2-3 8MU1-5, FPU1-5 open in active unit
W1 - 9 1-2 8MU6-10, FPU6-10 closed in active
and passive units
2-3 8MU6-10, FPU6-10 open in active unit
W1 - 10 1-2 8MU11-15, FPU11-15 closed in active
and passive units
2-3 8MU11-15, FPU11-15 open in active
unit
W1 - 11 1-2 16MCB1-4, FPCB1-4 closed in
passive unit
2-3 16MCB1-4, FPCB1-4 open in passive
unit
W1 - 12 1-2 8MU1-15, FPU1-15 open in passive
unit if CLOFFn is set to 2-3
2-3 8MU1-15, FPU1-15 closed in passive
unit
W1 - 13 1-2 independent changeover prevented
2-3 independent changeover allowed
W1 - 14 1-2 PCM interface 2Mbit/s

Table 1 Settings of W1

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2-3 PCM interface 4Mbit/s
W1 - 15 1-2 no back up unit
2-3 back up unit exist
W1 - 16 1-2 PCM timeslots 0-23 closed
2-3 PCM timeslots 0-23 open

Table 1 Settings of W1 (Cont.)

Position Setting Purpose


W2 - 1 UA0 unit address for CLAB unit
W2 - 2 UA1 jumper settings according to needed
address
W2 - 3 UA2 jumper on position 1-2 set "0"-state
W2 - 4 UA3
W2 - 5 UA4
W2 - 6 UA5
W2 - 7 UA6
W2 - 8 UA7
W2 - 9 1-2 Setting for first cartridge in cabinet
(CLOC buffer alarm 0)
2-3 Setting for second cartridge in cabinet
(CLOC buffer alarm 1)

Table 2 Settings of W2

Settings for TCSM3i standalone installation


Settings of W1 are presented in the following table.

Position Setting Purpose Note


W1 - 1 1-2 External reference signal 2 termina- Not in use
tion for unbalanced interfacerface
(75ohm)
2-3 External reference signal 2 termina-
tion for balanced interface (120ohm)
W1 - 2 1-2 External reference signal 1 termina- Not in use
tion for unbalanced interfacerface
(75ohm)
2-3 External reference signal 1 termina-
tion for balanced interface (120ohm)
W1 - 3 1-2 Card control loop routing to alarm Default setting for upper car-
system. setting for 0-side cartridge tridge. No jumper set in lower
cartridge.

Table 3 Settings of W1

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2-3 Card control loop blocked from alarm No jumpers set as default
system. setting for 1-side cartridge
W1 - 4, 1-2 Group switch changeover signal set Default setting for upper car-
W1 - 5 permanently for gsw 0 side tridge. No jumper set in lower
cartridge.
2-3 Group switch changeover signal No jumpers set as default
follows the gsw side changes
W1 - 6 1-2 Setting for RSS use No jumpers set as default
2-3 Setting for exchange use
W1 - 7 1-2 Transmission delayed 61ns for PCM No jumpers set as default
lines
2-3 No delay for PCM lines
W1 - 8 1-2 8MU1-5, FPU1-5 closed in active and No jumpers set as default
passive units
2-3 8MU1-5, FPU1-5 open in active unit
W1 - 9 1-2 8MU6-10, FPU6-10 closed in active No jumpers set as default
and passive units
2-3 8MU6-10, FPU6-10 open in active unit
W1 - 10 1-2 8MU11-15, FPU11-15 closed in active No jumpers set as default
and passive units
2-3 8MU11-15, FPU11-15 open in active
unit
W1 - 11 1-2 16MCB1-4, FPCB1-4 closed in No jumpers set as default
passive unit
2-3 16MCB1-4, FPCB1-4 open in passive
unit
W1 - 12 1-2 8MU1-15, FPU1-15 open in passive No jumpers set as default
unit if CLOFFn is set to 2-3
2-3 8MU1-15, FPU1-15 closed in passive
unit
W1 - 13 1-2 Independent changeover prevented No jumpers set as default
2-3 Independent changeover allowed
W1 - 14 1-2 PCM interface 2Mbit/s No jumpers set as default
2-3 PCM interface 4Mbit/s
W1 - 15 1-2 No back up unit No jumpers set as default
2-3 back up unit exist
W1 - 16 1-2 PCM timeslots 0-23 closed No jumpers set as default
2-3 PCM timeslots 0-23 open

Table 3 Settings of W1 (Cont.)

g NOTE
1. For W2, no default settings for standalone use. No strappings are selected in stand-
alone use.

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Settings for combined BSC/TCSM installation


Settings of W1 and W2 are presented in the following tables.

Position Setting Purpose Note


W1 - 1 1-2 External reference signal 2 termination No jumpers set as default
for unbalanced interface (75ohm)
2-3 External reference signal 2 termination
for balanced interface (120ohm)
W1 - 2 1-2 External reference signal 1 termination No jumpers set as default
for unbalanced interface (75ohm)
2-3 External reference signal 1 termination
for balanced interface (120ohm)
W1 - 3 1-2 Card control loop routing to alarm No jumpers set as default
system. setting for 0-side cartridge
2-3 Card control loop blocked from alarm
system. setting for 1-side cartridge
W1 - 4, 1-2 Group switch changeover signal set No jumpers set as default
W1 - 5 permanently for gsw 0 side

2-3 Group switch changeover signal


follows the gsw side changes
W1 - 6 1-2 Setting for RSS use No jumpers set as default
2-3 Setting for exchange use
W1 - 7 1-2 Transmission delayed 61ns for PCM No jumpers set as default
lines
2-3 No delay for PCM lines
W1 - 8 1-2 8MU1-5, FPU1-5 closed in active and No jumpers set as default
passive units
2-3 8MU1-5, FPU1-5 open in active unit
W1 - 9 1-2 8MU6-10, FPU6-10 closed in active No jumpers set as default
and passive units
2-3 8MU6-10, FPU6-10 open in active unit
W1 - 10 1-2 8MU11-15, FPU11-15 closed in active No jumpers set as default
and passive units
2-3 8MU11-15, FPU11-15 open in active
unit
W1 - 11 1-2 16MCB1-4, FPCB1-4 closed in No jumpers set as default
passive unit
2-3 16MCB1-4, FPCB1-4 open in passive
unit
W1 - 12 1-2 8MU1-15, FPU1-15 open in passive No jumpers set as default
unit if CLOFFn is set to 2-3
2-3 8MU1-15, FPU1-15 closed in passive
unit
W1 - 13 1-2 Independent changeover prevented No jumpers set as default

Table 4 Settings of W1

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2-3 Independent changeover allowed
W1 - 14 1-2 PCM interface 2Mbit/s No jumpers set as default
2-3 PCM interface 4Mbit/s
W1 - 15 1-2 No back up unit No jumpers set as default
2-3 Back up unit exist
W1 - 16 1-2 PCM timeslots 0-23 closed No jumpers set as default
2-3 PCM timeslots 0-23 open

Table 4 Settings of W1 (Cont.)

W2-1 W2-2 W2-3 W2-4 W2-5 W2-6 W2-7 W2-8


CLAB 0 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2
CLAB 1 2-3 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2
CLAB 2 1-2 2-3 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2
CLAB 3 2-3 2-3 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2
CLAB 4 1-2 1-2 2-3 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2
CLAB 5 2-3 1-2 2-3 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2
CLAB 6 1-2 2-3 2-3 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2
CLAB 7 2-3 2-3 2-3 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2
CLAB 8 1-2 1-2 1-2 2-3 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2
CLAB 9 2-3 1-2 1-2 2-3 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2

Table 5 Settings of W2-1 to W2-8

Position Setting Purpose


W2 - 9 1-2 Setting for first cartridge in cabinet
(CLOC buffer alarm 0)
2-3 Setting for second cartridge in cabinet
(CLOC buffer alram 1)

Table 6 Settings of W2-9

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3 ET4C-B Exchange terminal cartridge,


C104300
R16 W1 R15 R14 R13 R12 R11 R10 R09 R08 R07 R06 R05 R04 R03 R02 R01 R00

PL2 PL1
W4 -UB
1
-UB
1
V10 B0V
W2 V02 V
2 2
B0V B0V
Y10 Y02 Y
LL1

S16 S15 S14 S13 S12 S11 S10 S09 S08 S07 S06 S05 S04 S03 S02 S01 W3 S00

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10
W4 1
2
3
4

Figure 2 Jumper blocks of the ET4C-B cartridge

Standard settings
Jumpers for the standard settings (shown above) are set at the factory, and normally
there is no need to change them.
Jumpers are used for time slot selection, nominal timing, setting control connections and
for T0/control. The number of ET4C-B cartridges is 2. Both cartridges are set in the
same way, as described below.

Selecting the time slot


If two or more cartridges are connected to the same PCM, row 4 of jumper block W4
must be set as shown in the following table.

Row Jumper Equipping of the cartridge


W4:4 0 Cartridge 1 (default setting)
W4:4 1 Cartridge 2

Table 7 Setting the time slots (W4:4)

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Changing the serial bus nominal timing (NTIM)

Row Jumper Meaning


W4:1 1 Normal timing (default setting)
0 Changed timing

Table 8 Nominal timing NTIM (W4)

Status of maintenance connection (CMD)


Interface signal CMD (1c9) indicates whether the operating environment of the ET2E
contains a computer unit supervising the ET2E. Status of the maintenance connection
is indicated with the jumper (state 0 or state 1 for CMD signal) on jumper block W4, row
2. It is connected as shown in the following table.

Row Jumper Meaning


W4:2 1 Control connection exists (default setting)
0 Control connection lacking

Table 9 Maintenance connection (W4)

Selecting the maintenance serial bus (_SPRP)


If setting 6-11 in block W28 (see Jumper Settings of the Plug-in Units in BSC3i and
TCSM3i) on the ET2E board is left open, the maintenance serial bus to be used can be
indicated to the ET2E by setting the jumper (pin _SPRP, 1c18) on jumper block W4, row
3 as shown in the following table:

Row Jumper Meaning


W4:3 0 Control PCM in use
1 Time slot T0 in use (default setting)

Table 10 Maintenance bus (T0/control) PCM selection (W4)

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4 CLOC-B Clock and synchronisation car-


tridge, C104222
D0V 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
R05 R04 R03 R02 R01 R00 0
W1 1
2
3 1

13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
10
W2 2
31

R 3
W3 2
1

1
W4 2
3
D0V
UB UB

PP2 PP1

B0V B0V
X
W2 W1

S
W3

S05 S04 S03 S02 S01 S00 W4

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Figure 3 Jumper blocks of cartridge CLOC-B in BSC3i

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D0V 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
R05 R04 R03 R02 R01 R00 0
W1 1
2
3 1

13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
10
W2 2
31

R 3
W3 2
1

1
W4 2
3
D0V
UB UB

PP2 PP1

B0V B0V
X
W2 W1

S
W3

S05 S04 S03 S02 S01 S00 W4

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Figure 4 Jumper blocks of cartridge CLOC-B in TCSM3i

4.1 BSC3i
The CLOC-B cartridge is used in the BSCC cabinet of the BSC3i.

Standard settings
Jumpers for the standard settings (shown in figure Jumper blocks of cartridge CLOC-B
in BSC3i) are set at the factory, and normally there is no need to change them.
The CLOC-B cartridge accepts two CL3TG-U/CL3TG plug-in units, a primary active unit
and a redundant passive unit in reserve.
The additional wirings are made using (U) jumper connectors.

Setting the operating mode of the CL3TG-U/CL3TG plug-in unit


The operating mode of the CL3TG-U/CL3TG is set using jumpers in the jumper blocks
W1 and W2. When not set, the signals are in the normal state (state 1). The 0-state is
obtained by placing a jumper between pins 1 and 2 or by interconnecting the pins by
wiring. Normally, the jumpers are installed between pins 2 and 3 (state 1).
The unused basic timing outputs can be closed in both the active and the passive unit
in groups of 5 pairs by means of _CLOFF1 to 3 signals (0-state). Normally, however, all
basic timing outputs of the active unit are set active (1-state).

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The basic timing bus outputs of the passive unit to the CLAB-S units can be closed with
the CLOFF4 signal (0-state). Normally, the bus outputs of the passive unit are active (1-
state). The basic timing outputs of the passive unit can be activated with the BUEN
signal (0-state). Normally, the basic timing outputs of the passive unit are closed (1-
state).
Settings of the CL3TG-U/CL3TG (W1 and W2) are presented in the following table.

Pins Signal State Meaning


W1: 1, W2: 1 _TG0FF 0 PCM time slots 0 to 23 closed
1 PCM time slots 0 to 23 open (default
setting)
W1: 2, W2: 2 BU 0 No backup unit
1 Backup unit exists (default setting)
W1: 3, W2: 3 PCM 0 PCM interface 2Mbit/s (RSS use)
1 PCM interface 4 Mbit/s (default setting)
W1: 4, W2: 4 CGCL 0 Independent changeover disabled
1 Independent changeover enabled
(default setting)
W1: 5, W2: 5 BUEN 0 8MU1 to 15, FPU1 to 15 open in
passive unit if CLOFFn = 1
1 8MU1 to 15, FPU1 to 15 closed in
passive unit (default setting)
W1: 6, W2: 6 _CLOFF4 0 16MCB1 to 4, FPCB1 to 4 closed in
passive unit.
1 16MCB1 to 4, FPCB1 to 4 open in
passive unit (default setting).
W1: 7, W2: 7 _CLOFF3 0 8MU11 to 15, FPU11 to 15 closed in
active and in passive unit
1 8MU11 to 15, FPU11 to 15 open in
active unit (default setting)
W1: 8, W2: 8 _CLOFF2 0 8MU6 to 10, FPU 6 to 10 closed in
active and passive unit
1 8MU6 to 10, FPU6 to 10 open in active
unit (default setting)
W1: 9, W2: 9 _CLOFF1 0 8MU1 to 5, FPU1 to 5 closed in active
and in passive unit
1 8MU1 to 5, FPU 1 to 5 open in active
unit (default setting)
W1: 10, W2: 10 L2M 0 Sending to PCM circuit delayed by 61
ns
1 Sending to PCM circuit is not delayed
(default setting)
W1: 11, W2: 11 RSS 0 Used in RSS
1 Used in BSC3i (default setting)

Table 11 Settings of the CL3TG-U/CL3TG (W1 and W2)

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Biasing of the switch changeover selection signal


No biasing is applied to the BSC3i application. The biasing is made using jumpers in
jumper block W2 at vertical rows 12 and 13.

Use Row Jumper Meaning


BSC3i W2: 12 2-3 No biasing
W2: 13 2-3 No biasing

Table 12 Biasing of switch side selection signal (W2)

Adaptation of external frequency standards with CL3TG-U/CL3TG equipment


The synchronisation signals of an external frequency standard are adapted at jumper
blocks W3 (FS1) and W4 (FS2). One connection is a 120 balanced connection
(jumper in position 2-3). The other connection is a 75 unbalanced connection (jumper
in position 1-2).

4.2 TCSM3i
The CLOC-B cartridge is used in the TCSM3i High Capacity Transcoder Submultiplexer
(the TCSM3i).

Standard settings
Jumpers for the standard settings (shown in figure Jumper blocks of cartridge CLOC-B
in TCSM3i) are set at the factory, and normally there is no need to change them.
The CLOC-B cartridge accepts two CL3TG-U/CL3TG plug-in units, a primary active unit
and a redundant passive unit in reserve.
The additional wirings are made using (U) jumper connectors.

Setting the operating mode of the CL3TG-U/CL3TG plug-in unit


The operating mode of the CL3TG-U/CL3TG is set using jumpers in the jumper blocks
W1 and W2. When not set, the signals are in the normal state (state 1). The 0-state is
obtained by placing a jumper between pins 1 and 2 or by interconnecting the pins by
wiring. Normally, the jumpers are installed between pins 2 and 3 (state 1).
The unused basic timing outputs can be closed in both the active and the passive unit
in groups of 5 pairs by means of _CLOFF1 to 3 signals (0-state). Normally, however, all
basic timing outputs of the active unit are set active (1-state).
The basic timing bus outputs of the passive unit to the CLAB-S units can be closed with
the CLOFF4 signal (0-state). Normally, the bus outputs of the passive unit are active (1-
state). The basic timing outputs of the passive unit can be activated with the BUEN
signal (0-state). Normally, the basic timing outputs of the passive unit are closed (1-
state).
Settings of the CL3TG-U/CL3TG (W1 and W2) are presented in the following table.

Pins Signal State Meaning


W1: 1, W2: 1 _TG0FF 0 PCM time slots 0 to 23 closed

Table 13 Settings of the CL3TG-U/CL3TG (W1 and W2)

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Pins Signal State Meaning


1 PCM time slots 0 to 23 open (default
setting)
W1: 2, W2: 2 BU 0 No backup unit
1 Backup unit exists (default setting)
W1: 3, W2: 3 PCM 0 PCM interface 2Mbit/s (RSS use)
1 PCM interface 4 Mbit/s (default setting)
W1: 4, W2: 4 CGCL 0 Independent changeover disabled
1 Independent changeover enabled
(default setting)
W1: 5, W2: 5 BUEN 0 8MU1 to 15, FPU1 to 15 open in
passive unit if CLOFFn = 1
1 8MU1 to 15, FPU1 to 15 closed in
passive unit (default setting)
W1: 6, W2: 6 _CLOFF4 0 16MCB1 to 4, FPCB1 to 4 closed in
passive unit.
1 16MCB1 to 4, FPCB1 to 4 open in
passive unit (default setting).
W1: 7, W2: 7 _CLOFF3 0 8MU11 to 15, FPU11 to 15 closed in
active and in passive unit
1 8MU11 to 15, FPU11 to 15 open in
active unit (default setting)
W1: 8, W2: 8 _CLOFF2 0 8MU6 to 10, FPU 6 to 10 closed in
active and passive unit
1 8MU6 to 10, FPU6 to 10 open in active
unit (default setting)
W1: 9, W2: 9 _CLOFF1 0 8MU1 to 5, FPU1 to 5 closed in active
and in passive unit
1 8MU1 to 5, FPU 1 to 5 open in active
unit (default setting)
W1: 10, W2: 10 L2M 0 Sending to PCM circuit delayed by 61
ns
1 Sending to PCM circuit is not delayed
(default setting)
W1: 11, W2: 11 RSS 0 Used in RSS
1 Used in TCSM3i (default setting)

Table 13 Settings of the CL3TG-U/CL3TG (W1 and W2) (Cont.)

Biasing of the switch changeover selection signal


Biasing is applied to the TCSM3i application. The biasing is made using jumpers in
jumper block W2 at vertical rows 12 and 13.

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Use Row Jumper Meaning


TCSM3i W2: 12 1-2 Biasing of the switch changeover
selection signal: the CSWA, CSWB
W2: 13 1-2
signal is biased into 0-state.

Table 14 Biasing of switch side selection signal (W2)

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5 CLAC-B Clock and alarm cartridge, C104250


The CLAC-B cartridge is used in the BSC3i 1000 (in the BSCC cabinet) and in the BSC3i
2000 (both in the BSCC and the BSCD cabinet), and in the TCSM3i, combined
BSC/TCSM installation option (in the TCSA cabinet).

R04 R03 R02 R01 R00


D0V

UB UB
W1 D0V STANDARD SETTINGS

W2
PP1
B0V
X 1 0
B0V 3 2 1
PP2 LD0
W3 LD1
LD2
LD3
LD4 W1

ALTERNATIVE SETTINGS
S
1 0

UA5
UA7
UA6

UA4
UA3
UA2
UA1
3 2 1 1 0
UA1 2
UA2 3 1
UA3
W3
D0V

UA4
S04 S03 S02 S01 S00 UA5
UA6
UA7 W2
DN98619006

Figure 5 Jumper blocks of the CLAC-B


The CLAC-B cartridge accepts two CLAB-S plug-in units: Even CLAB-S plug-in unit in
slot 00 is the primary or active unit, and odd CLAB-S plug-in unit in slot 03 is the redun-
dant or passive unit.

5.1 BSC3i
Standard settings (W1)
Jumpers for the standard settings (as shown in figure Jumper blocks of the CLAC-B, and
presented in the following table) are set at the factory with W1. In normal operation,
there is no need to change them.

Jumper Setting
W1: LD0 2-3 ON
W1: LD1 2-3 ON

Table 15 Setting the leading phase displacement (W1)

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Jumper Setting
W1: LD2 2-3 ON
W1: LD3 2-3 ON
W1: LD4 2-3 ON

Table 15 Setting the leading phase displacement (W1) (Cont.)

The transfer delay compensation of the basic timing bus is set automatically with the
wiring connector AWM03 placed on the motherboard in position B01S1. The setting of
the wiring connector passes by these jumper settings.

Unit address settings in the BSCC cabinet (W2, W3)


The CLAC-B cartridge is installed in position 5.4 of the BSCC cabinet.

Cabinet Position Setting Note


BSCC 5.4 W2/UA1:1-2 Unit address settings of the
W3/UA1:1-2 CLAB-S plug-in unit,
addresses 0 (00H) and 1
W2/UA2:1-2 (01H).
W3/UA2:1-2
W2/UA3:1-2
W3/UA3:1-2
W2/UA4:1-2
W3/UA4:1-2
W2/UA5:1-2
W3/UA5:1-2
W2/UA6:1-2
W3/UA6:1-2
W2/UA7:1-2
W3/UA7:1-2

Table 16 Unit address settings in the BSCC cabinet

Unit address settings in the BSCD cabinet (W2, W3)


The CLAC-B cartridge is installed in position 1.10 of the BSCD cabinet.

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Cabinet Position Setting Note


BSCD 1.10 W2/UA1:2-3 Unit address settings of the
W3/UA1:2-3 CLAB-S plug-in unit,
addresses 2 (02H) and 3
W2/UA2:1-2 (03H).
W3/UA2:1-2
W2/UA3:1-2
W3/UA3:1-2
W2/UA4:1-2
W3/UA4:1-2
W2/UA5:1-2
W3/UA5:1-2
W2/UA6:1-2
W3/UA6:1-2
W2/UA7:1-2
W3/UA7:1-2

Table 17 Unit address settings in the BSCD cabinet.

5.2 TCSM3i for combined BSC/TCSM installation option

5.2.1 S14 level combined BSC/TCSM installation option


In the S14-level TCSM3i for combined BSC/TCSM installation option, the CLAC-B car-
tridge is used both in the BSC-part and in the TCSM-part:
in the BSCC and BSCD cabinets of the upgraded Flexi BSC
in the TCSA 0, TCSA 1 and TCSA 2 cabinets of TCSM3i

Standard settings (W1)


The standard settings are the same as on S13 and S12 level.
Jumpers for the standard settings (as shown in figure Jumper blocks of the CLAC-B, and
presented in the following table) are set at the factory with W1. In normal operation,
there is no need to change them.

Jumper Setting
W1: LD0 2-3 ON
W1: LD1 2-3 ON
W1: LD2 2-3 ON
W1: LD3 2-3 ON
W1: LD4 2-3 ON

Table 18 Setting the leading phase displacement (W1)

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The transfer delay compensation of the basic timing bus is set automatically with the
wiring connector AWM03 placed on the motherboard in position B01S1. The setting of
the wiring connector passes by these jumper settings.

Unit address settings in the TCSA 0, TCSA 1 and TCSA 2 cabinets (W2, W3)
The CLAC-B cartridge is installed in position 1.0 of the TCSA 0 cabinet.

Cabinet Position Setting Note


TCSA 0 1.0 W2/UA1:1-2 Unit address settings of the
CLAB-S plug-in unit, addresses 0
W3/UA1:1-2
and 1: selected for CLAC 0 car-
W2/UA2:1-2 tridge when it is installed to TCSA
0 cabinet in combined
W3/UA2:1-2 BSC/TCSM installation in which
W2/UA3:1-2 the BSC-part is a first- delivery
Flexi BSC.
W3/UA3:1-2
W2/UA4:1-2
W3/UA4:1-2
W2/UA5:1-2
W3/UA5:1-2
W2/UA6:1-2
W3/UA6:1-2
W2/UA7:1-2
W3/UA7:1-2

TCSA 0 1.0 W2/UA1:2-3 Unit address settings of the


CLAB-S plug-in unit, addresses 2
W3/UA1:2-3
and 3; This is selected for CLAC
W2/UA2:1-2 1 cartridge when installed to
TCSA 0 cabinet in combined
W3/UA2:1-2 BSC/TCSM installation in which
W2/UA3:1-2 the BSC-part is a one-cabinet
(BSCC) upgraded Flexi BSC.
W3/UA3:1-2
W2/UA4:1-2
W3/UA4:1-2
W2/UA5:1-2
W3/UA5:1-2
W2/UA6:1-2
W3/UA6:1-2
W2/UA7:1-2
W3/UA7:1-2

Table 19 TCSA 0 cabinet

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Cabinet Position Setting Note


TCSA 0 1.0 W2/UA1:1-2 Unit address settings of the
CLAB-S plug-in unit, addresses 4
W3/UA1:1-2
and 5: selected for CLAC 2 car-
W2/UA2:2-3 tridge when it is installed to TCSA
0 cabinet in combined
W3/UA2:2-3 BSC/TCSM installation in which
W2/UA3:1-2 the BSC-part is a two-cabinet
(BSCC+BSCD) upgraded Flexi
W3/UA3:1-2 BSC.
W2/UA4:1-2
W3/UA4:1-2
W2/UA5:1-2
W3/UA5:1-2
W2/UA6:1-2
W3/UA6:1-2
W2/UA7:1-2
W3/UA7:1-2

Table 19 TCSA 0 cabinet (Cont.)

The CLAC-B cartridge is installed in position 1.0 of the TCSA 1 cabinet.

Cabinet Position Setting Note


TCSA 1 1.0 W2/UA1:2-3 Unit address settings of the
CLAB-S plug-in unit, addresses 2
W3/UA1:2-3
and 3: selected for CLAC 1 car-
W2/UA2:1-2 tridge when it is installed to
TCSA 1 cabinet in combined
W3/UA2:1-2 BSC/TCSM installation in which
W2/UA3:1-2 the BSC-part is a first-delivery
Flexi BSC.
W3/UA3:1-2
W2/UA4:1-2
W3/UA4:1-2
W2/UA5:1-2
W3/UA5:1-2
W2/UA6:1-2
W3/UA6:1-2
W2/UA7:1-2
W3/UA7:1-2

Table 20 TCSA 1 cabinet

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Cabinet Position Setting Note


TCSA 1 1.0 W2/UA1:1-2 Unit address settings of the
CLAB-S plug-in unit, addresses 4
W3/UA1:1-2
and 5: selected for CLAC 2 car-
W2/UA2:2-3 tridge when it is installed to
TCSA 1 cabinet in combined
W3/UA2:2-3 BSC/TCSM installation in which
W2/UA3:1-2 the BSC-part is a one-cabinet
(BSCC) upgraded Flexi BSC.
W3/UA3:1-2
W2/UA4:1-2
W3/UA4:1-2
W2/UA5:1-2
W3/UA5:1-2
W2/UA6:1-2
W3/UA6:1-2
W2/UA7:1-2
W3/UA7:1-2

TCSA 1 1.0 W2/UA1:2-3 Unit address settings of the


CLAB-S plug-in unit, addresses 6
W3/UA1:2-3
and 7: selected for CLAC 3 car-
W2/UA2:2-3 tridge when it is installed to
TCSA 1 cabinet in combined
W3/UA2:2-3 BSC/TCSM installation in which
W2/UA3:1-2 the BSC-part is a two-cabinet
(BSCC+BSCD) upgraded Flexi
W3/UA3:1-2 BSC.
W2/UA4:1-2
W3/UA4:1-2
W2/UA5:1-2
W3/UA5:1-2
W2/UA6:1-2
W3/UA6:1-2
W2/UA7:1-2
W3/UA7:1-2

Table 20 TCSA 1 cabinet (Cont.)

The CLAC-B cartridge is installed in position 1.0 of the TCSA 2 cabinet.

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Cabinet Position Setting Note


TCSA 2 1.0 W2/UA1:1-2 Unit address settings of the
CLAB-S plug-in unit, addresses 4
W3/UA1:1-2
and 5: selected for CLAC 2 car-
W2/UA2:2-3 tridge when it is installed to TCSA
2 cabinet in combined
W3/UA2:2-3 BSC/TCSM installation in which
W2/UA3:1-2 the where BSC-part is a first-
delivery Flexi BSC.
W3/UA3:1-2
W2/UA4:1-2
W3/UA4:1-2
W2/UA5:1-2
W3/UA5:1-2
W2/UA6:1-2
W3/UA6:1-2
W2/UA7:1-2
W3/UA7:1-2

TCSA 2 1.0 W2/UA1:2-3, Unit address settings of the


CLAB-S plug-in unit, addresses 6
W3/UA1:2-3
and 7: selected for CLAC 3 car-
W2/UA2:2-3 tridge when it is installed to TCSA
2 cabinet in combined
W3/UA2:2-3 BSC/TCSM installation in which
W2/UA3:1-2 the BSC-part is a one-cabinet
(BSCC) upgraded Flexi BSC.
W3/UA3:1-2
W2/UA4:1-2
W3/UA4:1-2
W2/UA5:1-2
W3/UA5:1-2
W2/UA6:1-2
W3/UA6:1-2
W2/UA7:1-2
W3/UA7:1-2

Table 21 TCSA 2 cabinet

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Cabinet Position Setting Note


TCSA 2 1.0 W2/UA1:1-2 Unit address settings of the
CLAB-S plug-in unit, addresses 8
W3/UA1:1-2
and 9: selected for CLAC 4 car-
W2/UA2:1-2 tridge when it is installed to TCSA
2 cabinet in combined
W3/UA2:1-2 BSC/TCSM installation in which
W2/UA3:2-3 the BSC-part is a two-cabinet
(BSCC+BSCD) upgraded Flexi
W3/UA3:2-3 BSC.
W2/UA4:1-2
W3/UA4:1-2
W2/UA5:1-2
W3/UA5:1-2
W2/UA6:1-2
W3/UA6:1-2
W2/UA7:1-2
W3/UA7:1-2

Table 21 TCSA 2 cabinet (Cont.)

5.2.2 S13 level combined BSC/TCSM installation option


On S13 level, the BCS3i part of the combined BSC/TCSM installation option can be
either BSC3i 1000 with up to three TCSA cabinets in the TCSM3i part (TCSA 0 to TCSA
2), or BSC3i 2000 with one TCSA cabinet in the TCSM3i part (TCSA 0). This section
describes the former alternative - BSC3i 1000 with TCSA extension cabinets.
The CLAC-B cartridge is used both in the in the BSC3i part and in the TCSM3i part of
the TCSM3i for combined BSC/TCSM installation option. It is used in the BSCC cabinet
of the BSC3i part and in the TCSA 0, TCSA 1 and TCSA 2 cabinet of the TCSM3i part.

Standard settings (W1)


The standard settings are the same as on S12 level.
Jumpers for the standard settings (as shown in figure Jumper blocks of the CLAC-B, and
presented in the following table) are set at the factory with W1. In normal operation,
there is no need to change them.

Jumper Setting
W1: LD0 2-3 ON
W1: LD1 2-3 ON
W1: LD2 2-3 ON
W1: LD3 2-3 ON
W1: LD4 2-3 ON

Table 22 Setting the leading phase displacement (W1)

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TCSM3i

The transfer delay compensation of the basic timing bus is set automatically with the
wiring connector AWM03 placed on the motherboard in position B01S1. The setting of
the wiring connector passes by these jumper settings.

TCSM3i part connected to BSC3i 1000 (W2, W3)


On S13 level, the TCSM3i part is always connected to BSC3i 1000, if the TCSM3i
capacity increase is implemented, that is, if extension cabinets are installed in the
network element.
The CLAC-B cartridge is installed in position 1.0 of the TCSA cabinet.

Cabinet Position Setting Note


TCSA 0 1.0 W2/UA1:2-3 Unit address settings of the
W3/UA1:2-3 CLAB-S plug-in unit: 2 (02H)
and 3 (03H) selected only
W2/UA2:1-2 when the BSC3i part consists
W3/UA2:1-2 of the BSC3i 1000 (that is, of
the BSCC cabinet only).
W2/UA3:1-2
W3/UA3:1-2
W2/UA4:1-2
W3/UA4:1-2
W2/UA5:1-2
W3/UA5:1-2
W2/UA6:1-2
W3/UA6:1-2
W2/UA7:1-2
W3/UA7:1-2

Table 23 TCSA 0 cabinet

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Cabinet Position Setting Note


TCSA 1 1.0 W2/UA1:1-2 Unit address settings of the
W3/UA1:1-2 CLAB-S plug-in unit,
addresses 4 (04H) and 5
W2/UA2:2-3 (05H): selected for CLAC-B
W3/UA2:2-3 cartridge when it is installed in
the TCSA 1 cabinet.
W2/UA3:1-2
W3/UA3:1-2
W2/UA4:1-2
W3/UA4:1-2
W2/UA5:1-2
W3/UA5:1-2
W2/UA6:1-2
W3/UA6:1-2
W2/UA7:1-2
W3/UA7:1-2

Table 24 TCSA 1 cabinet

Cabinet Position Setting Note


TCSA 2 1.0 W2/UA1:2-3 Unit address settings of the
W3/UA1:2-3 CLAB-S plug-in unit,
addresses 6 (06H) and 7
W2/UA2:2-3 (07H): selected for CLAC-B
W3/UA2:2-3 cartridge when it is installed in
the TCSA 2 cabinet.
W2/UA3:1-2
W3/UA3:1-2
W2/UA4:1-2
W3/UA4:1-2
W2/UA5:1-2
W3/UA5:1-2
W2/UA6:1-2
W3/UA6:1-2
W2/UA7:1-2
W3/UA7:1-2

Table 25 TCSA 2 cabinet

5.2.3 S12 level combined BSC/TCSM installation option


Standard settings (W1)
On S12 level, the CLAC-B cartridge is used both in the BSC3i part (in the BSCC and
BSCD cabinet) and in the TCSM3i part of the TCSM3i, combined BSC/TCSM installa-

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tion option (in the TCSA cabinet). The BSC part can be either BSC3i 1000 or BSC3i
2000.
Jumpers for the standard settings (as shown in figure Jumper blocks of the CLAC-B, and
presented in the following table) are set at the factory with W1. In normal operation,
there is no need to change them.

Jumper Setting
W1: LD0 2-3 ON
W1: LD1 2-3 ON
W1: LD2 2-3 ON
W1: LD3 2-3 ON
W1: LD4 2-3 ON

Table 26 Setting the leading phase displacement (W1)

The transfer delay compensation of the basic timing bus is set automatically with the
wiring connector AWM03 placed on the motherboard in position B01S1. The setting of
the wiring connector passes by these jumper settings.

TCSM3i part connected to BSC3i 1000 (W2, W3)


The CLAC-B cartridge is installed in position 1.0 of the TCSA cabinet.

Cabinet Position Setting Note


TCSA 1.0 W2/UA1:2-3 Unit address settings of the
W3/UA1:2-3 CLAB-S plug-in unit: 2 (02H)
and 3 (03H) selected only
W2/UA2:1-2 when the BSC3i part consists
W3/UA2:1-2 of the BSC3i 1000 (that is, of
the BSCC cabinet only).
W2/UA3:1-2
W3/UA3:1-2
W2/UA4:1-2
W3/UA4:1-2
W2/UA5:1-2
W3/UA5:1-2
W2/UA6:1-2
W3/UA6:1-2
W2/UA7:1-2
W3/UA7:1-2

Table 27 TCSA cabinet of the TCSM3i part connected to BSC3i 1000

TCSM3i part connected to BSC3i 2000 (W2, W3)


The CLAC-B cartridge is installed in position 1.0 of the TCSA cabinet.

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Cabinet Position Setting Note


TCSA 1.0 W2/UA1:1-2 Unit address settings of the
W3/UA1:1-2 CLAB-S plug-in unit: 4 (04H)
and 5 (05H) selected only
W2/UA2:2-3 when the BSC3i part consists
W3/UA2:2-3 of the BSC3i 2000 (that is, of
the BSCC and BSCD cabi-
W2/UA3:1-2 nets).
W3/UA3:1-2
W2/UA4:1-2
W3/UA4:1-2
W2/UA5:1-2
W3/UA5:1-2
W2/UA6:1-2
W3/UA6:1-2
W2/UA7:1-2
W3/UA7:1-2

Table 28 TCSA cabinet of the TCSM3i part connected to the BSC3i 2000

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Jumper Settings of the Cartridges in BSC3i and SW1C-C Switch group cartridge, C104596
TCSM3i

6 SW1C-C Switch group cartridge, C104596


g When SW1C-C cartridges are in use in BSC3i, additional wiring connector SWADD02
is not to be used.

R07 R06 R05 R04 R03 R02 R01 R00

W7

Default settings:
1
W2 2
W6
3

W1
W2

W4 W3
1
W3 2
3

1
W4 2
3

PP1
1
-UB
B0V
2
S06 S05 S04 S03 S02 S01 S00

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Figure 6 Jumper blocks of the SW1C-C cartridge


The rear side of the SW1C-C cartridge is provided with jumper groups. W2 is used for
selecting the switch group (GSWB) section, W3 is used for setting the _ALTST signal,
and W4 is used for setting the _DIS signal.

Selecting the group switch section


Jumper group W2 is used for selecting the GSWB section shown in the following table.

Jumper GSWB Note


W2:1-2 GSWB 0 Default setting for BSC3i
W2:1-2 GSWB 1 Default setting for BSC3i

Table 29 Selecting the GSWB section (W2)

Setting the _ALTST and _DIS signal


Jumper group W3 is used for setting the _ALTST signal and W4 is used for setting the
_DIS signal. The _ALTST signal is an alarm test signal for SW64B plug-in units and it is
connected to the SW64Bs with jumper setting W3: 2-3. The _DIS signal is used for dis-

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abling the transmitters of spare side of the SW64Bs with jumper setting W4:1-2. With
jumper setting W4: 2-3 the _DIS signal is not grounded and spare GSW side transmit-
ters are enabled as shown in the following table.

Jumper GSWB Note


W3:2-3 GSWB 0 Default setting for BSC3i
GSWB1
W4:2-3 GSWB 0 Default setting for BSC3i
GSWB1

Table 30 Setting the _ALTST and _DIS signal (W3, W4)

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Jumper Settings of the Cartridges in BSC3i and ADMODD Address coding module connector with DIP
TCSM3i switches, C108892

7 ADMODD Address coding module connector


with DIP switches, C108892

LOCATION ID SLOT ID
(11)10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 3 2 1 0

1 1

J1
0 0
S1 S2 S3 S4

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Figure 7 DIP switch locations on ADMODD
The purpose of the Address Coding Module (ADMODD) is to set the address data to the
ESB plug-in units. The ADMODD is installed to the backside of the computer cartridge
CC4C-A (that is, the MCMU) of the DX 200 M98 mechanics cabinets.
With the ADMODD module, it is possible to set LOCATION ID bits (11 DIP switches
equals to 11 LOC_ID bits) and SLOT ID bits (4 DIP switches equals to SLOT_ID bits).
There are four miniature DIP switch blocks on the ADMODD module (S1, S2, S3, and
S4).

7.1 Setting of the address data in first delivery Flexi BSC


In Flexi BSC S14-level first deliveries, the ADMODD is installed on the rear side of the
computer cartridge DC3C-B housing two MCMUs.
The following tables show setting of the address data in Flexi BSC. Note that DIP switch
numbers refer directly to the corresponding LOD_ID and SLOT_ID bits. If bit value is 0,
switch setting 0 is selected; and if bit value is 1, switch setting 1 is selected.

SLOT_ID bits
Logical cartridge position on shelf Cartridge shelf Cabinet index Cabinet row
ADMODD DIP (11 not 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 MSB
swith values for used) LSB MS MS LS MS LSB
B B B B
ESBxx in logical cartridge position 2 / on cartridge shelf 3 / in cabinet A / in cabinet row 1 / in car-
tridge slot 02 *)
0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0
ESBxx in logical cartridge position 2 / on cartridge shelf 3 / in cabinet A / in cabinet row 1 / in car-
tridge slot 07 *)
0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0
Notes:
*) The logical cartridge position 0 that is switched by DIP switch equals to the real cartridge position
0 or 1.

Table 31 ADMODD connections for LOC_ID bits

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switches, C108892 TCSM3i

Plug-in unit slot in cartridge


SLOT_ID bits
ADMODD DIP swith values for 3 MSB 2 1 0 LSB
ESBxx in logical cartridge position 2 / 0 0 1 1
on cartridge shelf 3 / in cabinet A / in
cabinet row 1 / in cartridge slot 02 *)
ESBxx in logical cartridge position 2 / 0 1 1 1
on cartridge shelf 3 / in cabinet A / in
cabinet row 1 / in cartridge slot 07 *)
Notes:
*) The logical cartridge position 0 that is switched by DIP switch equals to the real
cartridge position 0 or 1.

Table 32 ADMODD connections for SLOT_ID bits

7.2 Setting of the address data in upgraded Flexi BSC and


BSC3i 660/1000/2000 prior to S14

Logical cartridge position on Cartridge shelf Cabinet index Cabinet row


shelf
11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
(not in (LSB) (MSB) (LSB) (MSB) (LSB) (MSB) (LSB) (MSB)
use)
ESBxx in logical cartridge position 0/ on cartridge shelf 2/ in cabinet A/ on cabinet row 1
0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0
ESBxx in logical cartridge position 1/ on cartridge shelf 2/ in cabinet A/ on cabinet row 1
0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

Table 33 ADMODD connections for LOC_ID bits

Both in Table ADMODD connections for LOC_ID bits and in Table ADMODD connec-
tions for SLOT_ID bits, the logical cartridge position 0 (for MCMU), which is switched by
the DIP switch, equals to the real cartridge position 0 or 1. In addition, the logical car-
tridge position 1 (for MCMU), which is switched by the DIP switch, equals to the real car-
tridge position 2 or 3.

PIU slot in cartridge


SLOT_ID bits
ADMODD DIP 3 2 1 0
switch values for (MSB) (LSB)
in MCMU 0 cartridge 0 0 1 0
slot 02

Table 34 ADMODD connections for SLOT_ID bits

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PIU slot in cartridge


SLOT_ID bits
in MCMU 0 cartridge 0 0 1 1
slot 03
in MCMU 1 cartridge 0 0 1 0
slot 02
in MCMU 1 cartridge 0 0 1 1
slot 03

Table 34 ADMODD connections for SLOT_ID bits (Cont.)

If the bits value is 0, then a switch setting 0 is selected. If the bits value is 1, then a switch
setting 1 is selected.
The DIP switch numbers refer directly to the corresponding LOD_ID and SLOT_ID bits.

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TCSM3i

8 SBCON1A, SWCOP-A bus connector board 1,


C71010
The SBCON1A is a jumper setting module, which is related to SWCOP-A settings,
described in the Jumper Setting Instructions. The SBCON1A is mounted into the Marker
and Cellular Management cartridges (CC4C-A0 and CC4C-A1).

(W1) (W2) (W3)

BLKCNTO

PHASE 0
1 1 1
_SIDE

2 2 2
3 3 3

PHASE 1 1
2
3

(W4)

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Figure 8 Jumper blocks on SBCON1A circuit board

Setting the phase of basic timing signals 16MOUTn and 8KOUTn


The basic timing signals 16MOUTn and 8KOUTn (n = 0.1) for each group switch section
can be advanced or delayed in 30.5 ns increments depending on the interconnecting
cable length (GSWB to CC4C-A). Jumpers (W3 and W4) and the alternative settings are
shown in the following table.

Selection Cable length W3 W4 Note


Advanced by 61 10 - 15 m 1-2 2-3
ns
Advanced by 30.5 4.0 - 9.9 m 1-2 1-2
ns
0 ns 0 - 3.9 m 2-3 1-2 Default setting

Table 35 Setting of the basic timing signal phase in GSW1KB and GSWB

Selecting the group switch side


The group switch side (0 or 1) to which this SBCON1A module is attached is selected
through jumper W1.

Selection W1
GSWB 0 2-3
GSWB 1 1-2

Table 36 Selecting the group switch side (W1)

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Selecting the number of group switch sections


By default, the SWCOP-A is set to control one GSWB section (256 PCMs); the _BLK
signal is therefore grounded by setting jumpers W2 to 2-3 as shown in the following
table.

Jumper 1 section (256 PCMs in use)


BLKCNT0 2-3 (default setting for BCS3i)

Table 37 Selecting the number of GSWB sections (W2)

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SBCON2A, bus connector for Group Switch Jumper Settings of the Cartridges in BSC3i and
(GSW2KB), C109498 TCSM3i

9 SBCON2A, bus connector for Group Switch


(GSW2KB), C109498
The SBCON2A is a rear bus connector to be used when two SWCOP-A plug-in units are
used to control the GSW2KB Group Switch. The SBCON2A connects two SWCOP-A
plug-in units together via a rear bus and configures GSW2KB control parameter with
jumper setting. The width of the SBCON2A is two plug-in slots, and there are three
settings to be selected with five jumper setting groups on the SBCON2A.
The SBCON2A is mounted to the rear side of the Marker and Cellular Management car-
tridges (MCMU; CC4C-A0 and CC4C-A1), to connector position 2A of two adjacent
SWCOP-A slots.

1
W1 2
3
1
W2 2
3
1
W3 2
3
1
W4 2
3
1
W5 2
3

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Figure 9 Jumper blocks on SBCON2A circuit board

Selecting the Group Switch side (W1)


The Group Switch side (0 or 1) to which this SBCON2A module is attached is selected
through jumper W1.

Selection W1 Note
Group Switch side 0 2-3 MCMU 0 in BSC3i
Group Switch side 1 1-2 MCMU 1 in BSC3i

Table 38 Selecting the Group Switch side (W1)

Selecting the number of group switch sections (W2 and W3)


SWCOP-A plug-in units can control one or two Group Switch sections. In S12 BSC3i,
there are two SWCOP-As and both of them control only one Group Switch section (1024
PCMs), so the _BLK signals of those SWCOP-As must be grounded by setting jumpers
W2 and W3 to 2-3.

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Selection Connection Note


SWCOP-A 0 controls only one Group W2: 2-3 MCMU slot 04
Switch section (1024 PCMs)
SWCOP-A 1 controls only one Group W3: 2-3 MCMU slot 03
Switch section (1024 PCMs)

Table 39 Selecting the number of GSW2KB sections (W2 and W3)

Setting the phase of basic timing signals 16MOUTn and 8KOUTn (W4 and W5)
The basic timing signals 16MOUTn and 8KOUTn (n = 0. 1) for each Group Switch
section can be advanced or delayed in 30.5 ns increments depending on the cable
length of the GSW2KB Control Bus. Jumpers (W4 and W5) and the alternative settings
are shown in the following table.

Selection Cable length W4 W5 Note


Advanced by 61 ns 10 - 15 m 1-2 2-3
Advanced by 30.5 ns 4.0 - 9.9 m 1-2 1-2
0 ns 0 - 3.9 m 2-3 1-2 Default setting

Table 40 Setting the phase of basic timing signals 16MOUTn and 8KOUTn (W4 and
W5)

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