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1 Index
1 INDEX ....................................................................................................................................................... 3

2 ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS ................................................................................................ 5

3 INTRODUCTION TO THE EOW UNIT .............................................................................................. 6

4 MAIN FEATURES OF THE EOW UNIT............................................................................................. 6

5 GENERAL NOTES.................................................................................................................................. 6

6 CONNECTION TYPE........................................................................................................................... 10

7 SERVICE NETWORK ACCESS MODES.......................................................................................... 10

8 CALLS..................................................................................................................................................... 10
8.1 GENERAL ASPECTS ............................................................................................................................ 10
8.2 LINE ENGAGEMENT ............................................................................................................................ 11
8.3 SELECTIVE CALL ............................................................................................................................... 11
8.4 OMNIBUS CALL .................................................................................................................................. 12
9 DTMF SIGNALLING CODES ............................................................................................................. 13

10 ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY AND SAFETY........................................................ 13


EMISSIONS .................................................................................................................................................... 13
IMMUNITY..................................................................................................................................................... 14
SAFETY ......................................................................................................................................................... 15
11 TECHNICAL FEATURES ................................................................................................................ 16
11.1 GENERAL........................................................................................................................................ 16
11.2 INTERFACES AND ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS ........................................................................ 16
11.3 DTMF SIGNALLING ....................................................................................................................... 18
11.4 CONTROL TONES............................................................................................................................ 19
11.5 CARD FAIL ALARM ........................................................................................................................ 19
11.6 OPERATING VOLTAGE AND POWER CONSUMPTION ........................................................................ 19
12 MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND FRONT PANEL DESCRIPTION....................... 20

13 LED TABLE........................................................................................................................................ 22

14 CONNECTIONS................................................................................................................................. 24

15 PART NUMBERING ......................................................................................................................... 27

16 V.11 POLARITY AND PHASE RELATIONSHIPS....................................................................... 28

17 LCT PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE – USER MANUAL ........................................................... 29


17.1 MAIN WINDOW .............................................................................................................................. 29
17.2 “SYSTEM INFO” WINDOW............................................................................................................. 32

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17.3 “STATION NUMBER” WINDOW ................................................................................................. 33
17.4 ”EXT I/F LEVELS” WINDOW ....................................................................................................... 36
17.5 “SW UPGRADE” WINDOW .......................................................................................................... 38

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2 Acronyms and abbreviations
BB BaseBand
DTMF Dual Tone Multi Frequencies
EOW Engineering Order Wire
I/O Input / Output
IDU Indoor unit
LCT Local Craft Terminal
LED Light Emitting Diode
PDH Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy
SDH Synchronous Digital Hierarchy
SLIC Subscriber Line Circuit
SRAL Small Capacity Equipment
SRAL XD Small Capacity Equipment
SRA4 Medium Capacity Equipment
SU Standard Unit

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3 Introduction to the EOW unit
The EOW unit has been designed to supply a telephone service channel to be used in networks composed by
new generation SRAL XD and SRA 4 equipment.
The channel availability will be realized on request in selected stations, by adding the EOW unit to the
equipment rack. In a network made up completely of SRAL XD or SRA4 equipment, it will have the role of
service phone channel.
In existing SRAL networks, where the nodes are equipped with previous generation equipment, there are the
plug-in EOW units currently available.
In case of an mixed SRAL/SRAL XD network, total compatibility and interworking is assured between
present and past EOW units.
The new EOW unit described in this manual is also compatible with existing PDH service channels,
employing E&M decadic signalling codes.

4 Main Features of the EOW unit


Below are described the main features of the EOW unit:

2 x V.11 Interface (64 Kbit/s) for connection to SRAL XD and SRA 4 IDUs (User Channel). Both
(1+1) e 2x(1+0) network topologies are supported.
1. Interworking with Siemens small capacity equipment (SRAL) of previous generation.
2. 2 analog interfaces, with 4 Wire+E&M signalling, to guarantee compatibilità with both versions of
EOW SRA L (612-910/21 e 612-910/22).
3. Through E&M decadic signalling, compatibility is ensured with external equipment using this kind
of interface.
4. Selective call (with inclusion function and multiple call) and omnibus call.
5. Local station number, selectable between 2 or 3 digits, and locally programmable through an RS232
interface.
6. Card Fail alarm reporting to supervisory system or radio equipment.
7. Can be used as an analog to digital converter for analog voice channel extension on V.11 channels.
It guarantees error-free data transmission for V.32 point-to-point leased line modems (up to 9600
b/s) and V.32 bis (up to 14.400 b/s).
8. Uses the same handset of the SRA L (634-901/03).
9. Mechanical structure suitable for 19” and ETSI-N3 sub-rack mounting, with 1 SU height.
10. -48V power supply.
11. EMC/Safety compliant , CE marked.

5 General notes
The EOW unit allows access to the telephone service channel, both for the small capacity radio system
(SRAL XD) and for the medium capacity one (SRA 4), exploiting the USER byte in the Base Band frames
of PDH and SDH systems.
The EOW unit interfaces the telephone handset with keypad on one side, using DTMF (Dual Tone Multi
Frequency) signalling system; on the other side the interface is with above mentioned systems, through
access ports with V.11 levels.

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The unit integrates the circuits of branching, exchange, and restitution of the voice channel and E&M
signalling, to guarantee full interworking with the present telephone channel of SRAL networks, as well as
older PDH selective call systems.
Some network topologies are shown in Figure 1.

The block diagram of the EOW unit is shown in Figure 2 and includes the following devices:
Conversion and branching.
conversation.
DTMF and E&M signalling.

In systems with two separate multiplexing sections (1+1 and 2x(1+0) systems), the operator has access to
USER byte on side 1 and side 2, without duplicating the unit. To the aim of the phone service, the
equipment can always be considered in (1+1) configuration, i.e. the voice signal must be paralleled in the
transmission path and mixed in the receiving path in all directions.
In Figura 3 is shown the block diagram of the EOW unit.

SRAL XD/SRA4 SRAL XD/SRA4


SRAL XD/SRA4 (1+1) (1+1)
(1+1)

V11 V11 V11


TS T
S

4 wires
intra-office
analog link

SRAL SRAL
SRAL EOW EOW
EOW

SRAL SRAL
SRAL

RADIO
LINKS

SRAL XD
SRA4

V11
4W 4W
TS SRAL XD
SRAL XD SRA4
SRA4 V11
V11
T TS

4W
4W
Note:
Audio loops must be SRAL
avoided. SRAL EOW

4W

Figure 1 - Above: TS application in 1+1 and 2+0 SRAL XD or SRA4 networks and interworking with
SRAL EOW. Below: TS Chain Application via analog 4 wires (same site)

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DTMF
TELEPHONE

LINE 1, V11
2 Wires
TIP-RING TO BB
TS CARDS
# 1 & # 2
F (RS232)
LINE 2, V11

V BAT

RJ 45 RJ 45

1 2

4W +EM Analog
INTERFACES

Figure 2

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Vout1= 3.3V
Vbatt.= -48V DC/DC
Converter
Vout2= 5V

RS232 I/F
uP
Card FAIL 89C51RC2/RD2
series
Boards Controls

Tone Gen.
Controls
E&M
Audio I/F
Analog I/F1
E&M
Controls Sig. I/F

Codec V11
1 I/F 1
Mixer Sync. Line 1
2W/4W
Conv. Audio Controls Gen.&
Extract.
Codec V11
Controls 2 I/F 2
Line 2
DC Bridge
E&M
Audio I/F
Analog I/F2
Rx/Tx E&M
DTMF Controls Sig. I/F
Tip/Ring

Figura 3 – EOW block diagram

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6 Connection type
The user has access to the telephone service channel through the standard telephone interface, 2 wires (TIP,
RING) using the Bantam type jack socket.
The EOW unit allows the following connection types for stations belonging to the service network:
Between any two stations (selective call)
Between one station and all others (omnibus connection)
The two EOW extension ports (4 wire +E&M analog interfaces) will be used towards external equipment.

7 Service network access modes


The access is intended to the areas relevant to multiplexing sections of the aggregate signal.
The EOW unit, if free, will be automatically connected to the calling section, following the reception of a
call. In case of outgoing calls, the access to the line is granted by lifting the handset and selection, if the line
is in the free state.

8 Calls

8.1 General aspects


The service channel employs in-band signalling, DTMF type, and E&M on analog expansion ports. It allows
the following functionalities:

selective and omnibus calls on line.


multiple selective call (1 added user).

The EOW unit includes the circuits necessary for generating, sending, receiving and detecting a call.
The number selection is done through the handset keypad.
The user address for each station and EOW unit is performed locally through the LCT (RS-232) port.
The allowed address ranges for the unit are:
2 digits: from 10 to 99
3 digits: from 100 to 999
Ranges from 01 to 09 and 001 to 099 are reserved.

To ensure compatibility towards PDH networks of previous generations (connected through analog 4-
wire+E&M) extensions it is necessary to dial “*” before entering the station address of the PDH network.
The same procedure must be employed when the user wants to connect to networks equipped with selective
call units using more than 2 or 3 digit numbering plans.

When the interconnection with EOW channels of SRAL networks is required, it will be necessary to
connect only the phone wires (Tx+Rx) of both equipment on the analog 4-Wire interfaces.
With a suitable cable, cross-connect only the TX with RX on both sides, leaving E&M wires open.

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8.2 Line engagement
The line engagement by the user happens automatically when going off-hook.
The user will receive, in case of free line, the “free” continuous tone, or the “busy” tone if the line is already
engaged.
In the first case, on every station of the area, the green Line LED will go ON, and all other users will receive
a “busy” tone should they go off-hook.
The user has a time limit of 30s ± 5% to dial a number, otherwise the line will be automatically disengaged,
and the green led will go off on all EOW units.
The calling user will receive a busy tone and will have to hangup and redial again.
In case of automatic line disengagement, it is always possible to dial the user that has left the handset off-
hook.
In this case the called user, to answer, must first hangup and then go off-hook.

8.3 Selective Call


In case of selective call it is possible to address the call towards any user of the line, by dialing 2 or 3 digits
through the DTMF handset keypad.
Every EOW unit, after the reception of 2 or 3 digits, inhibits the reception of other numeric digits.
After the selection the calling user receives from the called unit the “call control” tone.
The call reception causes the activation of the acoustic announciator and the flashing green line Led, on the
called unit.
If, within 60s ± 5% of time, the caller does not receive the answering code from the called user, it will
automatically generate the line disengage code, switching all green Leds off.
The calling user will receive a “busy” tone and the called acoustic announciator will go off; the calling user
is always enabled to receive calls.
The calling user will have to hangup and go off-hook again to perform another call.
When the called user goes off-hook:
1. The answering code will be automatically sent on line.
2. The local acoustic announciator and the call control tone will go off, the green Led will be fixed On.
3. The voice link will be activated

The answering code reception on the calling side will cause:


1. Inhibition of the 60s timer
2. The activation of the voice link

The line will be disengaged when the calling or called party goes on-hook; the other end will receive the
busy tone.
The line disengagement by at least one user allows the further reception of calls by both parties.
If the call is directed to a user whose station address is composed by more than 2 or 3 digits, or belongs to a
network that uses E&M signalling, it is necessary to precede the actual number with the “*” DTMF code.
This event causes the automatic generation of the answering code by the local EOW unit, with a call
evolution similar to the above.
There are some special functions available to the user: the inclusion function and the multiple selective call.

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Inclusion Function
A selective conversation between two users of the line must be reserved. Anyway, a user not enganged in
the same conversation can bidirectionally insert its voice in the ongoing conversation, by keeping the INS
button pressed; the insertion will be signalled on line by a permanent inclusion tone.
The exclusion from the insertion is obtained by releasing the button or by hanging up the handset.

Multiple selective call


During a selective conversation between two users, one of them can make an additional call towards a third
party, thereby realizing the multiple selective call function.
Pressing and releasing the INS key on the front panel, he will locally enable the lighting of the yellow Led,
and send on the line the DTMF “D” code, that enables the “presetting to multiple selective call” mode on all
EOW units.
The voice link between the two users is momentarily suspended, until the emission of the second or third
selection digit.
Moreover, the calling user can disengage the line before the answer of the third party, by pressing and
releasing the INS key (sending the DTMF “C” code).
When the inter-digit or the answering timeout has elapsed the calling party will automatically send the “C”
code bringing the line back to the selective conversation state.
If, during the multiple selective conversation, one of the two users of the originating selective call presses
the INS key (sending the DTMF “D” code), it would hangup the additional conversation, bringing the line
backto the situation of presetting to multiple selective call (this has the aim to limit the maximum number of
users to 3). The evolution of the optical indications on the EOW units, in case of selective call and multiple
selective, is show in Table 1.

8.4 Omnibus call

In case of omnibus calls, it is possible to address the call to all users of the SRAL or SRA4 service area, by
selecting the fixed “00” number with the DMTF handset.
After the selection the calling user receives the call control tone locally generated.
The call reception automatically connects all the free EOW units to the line with the activation of flashing
green and yellow leds, and of the acoustic announciator.
If, after a 60s ± 5% time limit, no called party answers, the local acoustic announciator will go off, the green
led will be fixed on and the yellow led will continue to flash.
The calling user generates the line disengagement code (causing the switchoff of the leds), receives the busy
tone but is enabled to the reception of further calls; to perform another call he will have to hangup and go
off-hook again.
If at least one of the called parties answers and goes off-hook:
1. Locally the acoustic announciator will go off, the green led will be fixed on (only on stations that
have answered to the call) and the answer code will be sent to the calling user.
2. The activation of the voice link on the receiving side only
The user that answered the call is initially capable of receiving the voice from the calling party.
To enable the bidirectional voice link, the called user must press the INS key.

The reception of the answer code by the calling party causes locally:
1. The interruption of the “call control tone” generated locally
2. The interruption of the 60s timer
3. The activation of the voice link
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On all the other connected EOW units, that did not answer to the call, the green and yellow leds will
continue to flash and the acoustic announciator will be kept active for a time of 60s ± 5% starting from the
beginning of the call.
After the above timeout, on all EOW units that did not answer the call, the acoustic announciators will be
locally deactivated, the green leds will be fixed on, and the yellow leds will be flashing.
The evolution of optical indications on the front panel, in the omnibus call case, is shown in table 2.

9 DTMF signalling codes


The DTMF codes sent on the line conform to Recc. ITU-T Q.22 e Q.23.
The service telephone units can also generate and detect the DMTF alphanumeric codes A, B, C and D, to
perform the proprietary signalling function listed below:

DTMF code A:
"line engagement";
DTMF code B:
"line disengagement" or "line reset";
DTMF code C:
"answer to a call" and "reset of call, and presetting to multiple selective call";
DTMF code D:
" presetting to multiple selective call and shutdown of any added ongoing conversation".

10 Electromagnetic compatibility and safety


The following regulations are satisfied by the EOW equipment.

Emissions
Fenomeno Applicazione Raccomandazione ETSI Classe

Radiated Metallic enclosure EN 301 489-1 B


emission EN 301 489-4
Conducted DC power input port EN 301 489-1 B
emission EN 301 489-4
Conducted Signal Port EN 301 489-1 B
emission EN 301 489-4

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Immunity

Metallic Enclosure (including cables and connectors)

Phenomenon Required Values ETSI Recommandation

RF electro-magnetic field 10 V/m IEC/EN 61000-4-3


(80 MHz ÷ 2 GHz)
Magnetic field 3 A/m continuous IEC/EN 61000-4-8

Electrostatic discharge 4 kV contact IEC/EN 61000-4-2


8 kV air

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Signal ports (V11 data, PC interface,Card Fail alarm, analog expansions)

No special protection level is required because V.11 data and Card Fail alarm have cables with length less
than 3 meters; the PC interface cable has only a temporary connection.
The analog expansion interfaces 4 Wire + E&M comply with the following table:

Phenomenon Required Values ETSI Recommandation

Fast transients 1 kV IEC/EN 61000-4-4


common mode
RF common mode 10 Vrms (injection method shall IEC/EN 61000-4-6
0,15 MHz to 80 MHz be selected according to EN
300 489-1 EN 300 489-4)
Surges 0.5 kV line to ground IEC/EN 61000-4-5
ITU-T Recc. K.20

Power supply port -48V.

Phenomenon Required Values ETSI Recommandation

Fast transients 1 kV IEC/EN 61000-4-4


common mode
RF common mode 10 Vrms (injection method shall IEC/EN 61000-4-6
0,15 MHz to 80 MHz be selected according to EN
300 489-1 EN 300 489-4)
Surges 2 kV line to ground IEC/EN 61000-4-5
1 kV line to line

Safety
The system complies with the CEI/EN 60950-1.

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11 Technical Features

11.1 General
Frequency Range 300 ÷ 3400 Hz

Working mode of local telephone interface 2 wires


Working mode through analog extensions 4 wires (DTMF) or 6 wires (phone+E&M)

Signalling type (2/3 or more digits)


a) In-band call, general, selective and multiple DTMF according to ITU-T Q.23
selective
b) General, selective and multiple selective call Loop disconnect
through signalling E&M wires
Modulation type (towards line) PCM , 7bit encoding
Encoding law A-Law

Sampling Rate 8 KHz +/- 50 ppm


Electrical Interface toward line equipment V11 (Data/clock)
Bit rate 64 Kb/s +/- 100 ppm

Active call indicator


a) General call (omnibus) Flashing Green and Yellow Line Leds
b) Selective call Flashing Green Line Led

Call generator DTMF Telephone with keypad


a) General call (omnibus) Number "00"
b) Selective call Numbers from 10 to 99 and from 100 to 999

Line off-hook indicator Fixed Green Line Led ON

Access to special functions INS Key


(multiple selection, inclusion)

Acoustic Call Indicator Buzzer


a) General call (omnibus) 0.8s signal, 0.8s pause
b) Selective call 0.8s signal, 2.4 pause

11.2 Interfaces and electrical characteristics


1) Line side: access to Base Band service byte (line1 and line2)

Bit rate 64 Kb/s


Level V11 according to ITU-T regulations
Clock Frequency 64 KHz
Octet Frequency 8 KHz
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Encoding Rule PCM , 7bit encoding
Transmission:

Interface characteristics Contradirectional; data,clock.

Reception:

Interface characteristics Codirectional, data,clock.


Front panel Access Sub-D 9c female connector (one for each line)
shielded
EMC/EMI and safety compliance According to chapter 10

2) Analog extension side 4W+E&M (exp 1 and exp 2)

Voice channel Characteristics

Connection type 4 wire (Tx + Rx) balanced

In/out impedance 600Ω

Input Level -7 dBr or –4 dBr +/- 1 dB, software selectable

Output Level -7 dBr +/- 1 dB

Return loss (measured on real 600Ω) > 14 dB (from 300 to 3400 Hz)

Number of extensions 2

E&M signalling wires characteristics :

Operation type Loop disconnect

Active state Ground potential

Signalling frequency 20 Hz +/- 2 Hz

Duty-cycle 50/50

Equivalent Circuit of M wire: Closed Circuit (ground):


max 200Ω real in series with a battery of -3V
minimum

Open Circuit (floating):


min. 60 KΩ real in series with a battery of +2V
maximum

Electrical characteristics of E wire:

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R (on) max 30 Ω

Residual voltage in closed state - 2V max

Maximum current in closed state 10 mA towards negative voltage

Residual current in open state - 200 µA max

Maximum applicable Battery voltage -72V

EMC/EMI and safety compliance According to chapter 10

Front panel access Double RJ 45 Connector (one for each line),


shielded

3) 2 Wire interface (TIP,RING) towards telephone handset

Front panel access to handset Jack socket, Bantam type

Supply bridge Voltage - 24V +/- 1V

Loop current (off-hook) 20 mA nominal (from 0 to 600Ω of loop


resistance)

Handset impedance 375Ω nominal

Return loss (measured on 600Ω real) > 18dB (from 300 to 3400 Hz)
EMC/EMI and safety compliance According to chapter 10
Levels (channel side on 600Ω real, balanced)

Input (transmission) 0 dBr

Output (reception) - 4 dBr +/- 1 dB

11.3 DTMF Signalling

Type DTMF according to ITU-T Q.23

Acceptable level - 3 dBm MAX, - 24 dBm MIN

Frequency deviation tolerated ± 1,5% ± 2 Hz


Frequency deviation not tolerated > ± 3,5%

Minimum time for signalling 40 ms


acknowledgement

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Maximum time for loss of signalling 20 ms
acknowledgement

Acceptable interdigit pause 40 ms MIN

Unacceptable interdigit pause 20 ms MAX

11.4 Control Tones

Tone Characteristics

Frequency /type 450 Hz/square wave


Free line tone Continuous
Busy line tone 0.2s ON/0.2s OFF
Call control tone 0.8s ON/2.4s OFF
Inclusion tone 0.2s ON/0.2s OFF/0.2s ON/1s OFF

11.5 Card Fail Alarm


Operation type Loop disconnect
Active State/ Normal State Open Circuit / Ground Contact
Overvoltage Protection According to chapter 10

Output wire electrical characteristics


R (on) max 30 Ω
Residual voltage in closed state - 2V max
Maximum current in closed state 10 mA towards negative or positive voltage
Residual current in open state - 200 µA max
Maximum applicable battery voltage -72V

11.6 Operating voltage and power consumption


External supply voltage -48V ± 20%
EMC/EMI and safety compliance on Vbatt According to chapter 10
cables
Maximum power consumption ≤ 3.0 W @ -48V
(in conversation mode)

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12 Mechanical characteristics and Front Panel
Description
This section describes the mechanical characteristics of the EOW unit.
The EOW unit comes with a sub-rack mounting unit, suitable for 19” rack or ETSI-N3 mounting.
Included in the kit are the adapting brackets, for extending the 19” rack format to the ETSI-N3 width.
The basic equipment includes one EOW unit, mounted on the left side of the sub-rack.
There is a spare slot for an additional EOW unit to be mounted on the right side.
The assembled EOW unit has the following dimensions (mm):
44Hx442Lx110D

The EOW unit has the following electrical interfaces on the front panel:

Telephone (TIP,RING) Bantam jack, female


V11 64kbit/s Lines Shielded sub-D 9c connector, female
4W analog lines RJ45 90° connector, shielded, female
LCT (RS232) Shielded sub-D 9c connector, female
Power Input (-48 V) Sub-D power supply connector 90°, male, three contacts

The following LEDs are present on the front panel:


1. Green LED showing Line Status (ON-Hook/ OFF-Hook)
2. Yellow LED showing incoming calls or call inclusion
3. Red LED for Card Fail alarm, Green LED for normal operation

SIEMENS Line EOW


status L1
μTEL Exp1 Exp 2
PWR (-48V) ‘ INS LCT

L2

+ -

210

Figure 4 - EOW: Front panel and general layout (dimensions in mm.)

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442

44
110

Figure 5

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13 LED Table

CALLING PARTY CALLED PARTY INCL. PARTY


LINE LINE LINE LINE LINE LINE
SITUATION/STATE (green) (yellow) (green) (yellow) (green) (yellow)

1 Line off-hook ON -- ON -- ON --
2 Selective Call ON -- L -- ON --
3 Answer to Selective Call ON -- ON -- ON --
4 Inclusion on Selective Call ON -- ON -- ON --
Presetting to inclusion
5 ON ON ON -- ON --
End of selection for
6 ON ON ON -- L --
inclusion call
7 Answer to inclusion call ON -- ON -- ON --
8 Hangup of included party ON -- ON -- ON --
9 Hangup of calling party -- -- -- -- -- --
10 Hangup of called party -- -- -- -- -- --
Table 1: EOW LED TABLE FOR SELECTIVE AND MULTIPLE CALLS

LEGEND :L = Flashing Led ;ON = Led fixed on;-- = Led off.

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CALLING PARTY CALLED PARTY CALLED PARTY
ANSWERS DOES NOT
ANSWER
LINE LINE LINE LINE LINE LINE
SITUATION/STATE (green) (yellow) (green) (yellow) (green) (yellow)

1 Line off-hook ON -- ON -- ON --
2 Omnibus Call ON -- L L L L
T< 60 sec.
3 ON -- ON L L L
At least one answer
T< 60 sec.
4 ON -- ON ON L L
Inclusion of Called Party
T> 60 sec
5 ON -- ON L ON L
At least one answer
T> 60 sec.
6 ON -- ON ON ON L
Inclusion of Called Party
7 Disinclusion of included ON -- ON L ON L
party
8 Hangup of Called Parties ON -- ON L ON L
9 Hangup of Calling Party -- -- -- -- -- --
Table 2: EOW LED TABLE FOR OMNIBUS CALLS.

LEGEND :L = Flashing Led ;ON = Led fixed on;-- = Led off.

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14 Connections
In this chapter are described the typologies and pinout of the connectors present on the front panel of the
EOW unit.
All the external connectors must be of the shielded type to comply with EMI/EMC regulations.

Power supply connector

In the following figure is shown the power supply connector, as seen on the front panel of the EOW unit.
The corresponding pin function is shown in the table.

Pin number Pin type Signal name


1 Male 48 V (+)
2 Female -------
Pin 1 3 Male 48 V (-)

Figure 6

Connector type: Shielded SUB-D, 3 poles gold-plated. The central pin is not internally connected.

LCT Connector (RS232)

This interface is used to connect a local PC (LCT function) to do the initial setup during the installation
phase. In the figure below is shown the connector and the pin functions.
Note that pin 9, normally not used in LCT connections, is used for Card Fail alarm reporting, after
configuration, and left permanently connected while the EOW unit is in service.

Pin 1

Figure 7

Connector type: Shielded SUB-D 9 pin, female on the EOW unit

Pin Signal name I/O Interface type Description


1 F_CD OUT Received Line Signal Detector (Data Carrier
Detect), not used, internal pull-up

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2 F_RXD OUT Received Data
3 F_TXD IN Transmitted Data
4 F_DTR IN (LCT Interf.) Data Terminal Ready, not used
5 GND RS-232 Signal Ground
6 F_DSR OUT Data Set Ready, not used, internal pull-up
7 F_RTS IN Request To Send, not used
8 F_CTS OUT Clear To Send, not used, internal pull-up
9 Card_Fail OUT Float./Ground Card fail alarm (Was Ring Indicator)

Bantam Connector

It is used to connect the EOW unit with the external telephone handset.
The schematic diagram of the internal female connector is shown below:

Figure 8

R: RING wire, T: TIP wire.

V11 Line Connectors

These connectors are used to connect the 64 Kbit/s digital signals to/from the EOW unit with the
relevant USER access points on the Base-Band units.

Pin 1

Figure 9
Connector type: Shielded SUB-D 9 pin, female on the EOW unit

Pin Signal name I/O Description


8 CKRB. i In Co-directional clock B
3 CKRA. i In Co-directional clock A
7 DRB. i In Co-directional data B

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2 DRA. i In Co-directional data A
9 CKTB. i In Contra-directional clock B
4 CKTA. i In Contra-directional clock
A
6 DTB. o Out Contra-directional data B
1 DTA. o Out Contra-directional data A
5 GND - Ground

Expansion Connectors for analog lines

They are used to connect the analog signals to/from the EOW unit with external equipment.

Exp1 Exp2

pin 1

Figure 10
Connector Type: RJ-45, 8 gold-plated contacts, shielded.

Pin Signal name I/O Description


1 TXa.o Out Analog TX a wire
2 TXb.o Out Analog TX b wire
3 TXGND -- Analog TX GND
4 E.o Out E sign. output
5 M.i In M sign. input
6 RXGND -- Analog RX GND
7 RXa.i In Analog RX a wire
8 RXb.i In Analog RX b wire

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15 Part Numbering

The following Siemens codes apply to the EOW unit:

705-102/01 base version including the EOW unit and the subrack
612-910/23 additional EOW unit for subracks equipped with 2 EOW in a single frame

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16 V.11 Polarity and phase relationships

A (-) A

V11 Data
B (+) B

A (-) A

V11 Clock
B (+) B

EOW Clock BASE BAND


Data UNIT

EOW to LINE DATA

Figure 11

A (-) A

V11 Data
B (+) B

A (-) A

V11 Clock
B (+) B

BASE BAND
EOW Clock UNIT
Data

LINE to EOW DATA


Figure 12

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17 LCT Programming Software – User Manual

17.1 Main Window

The following is the starting panel when the program is launched.

SCREEN 1.0

Empty boxes will be filled with values selecting the “CONNECT” button and only if the board is
connected and powered.

“Comm” port value is set to 1 by default.


If the Communication Port available is different from the one shown ,selection of the correct value is needed
before beginning the link.

Suppose to select Comm 5,

SCREEN 1.1

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and press “CONNECT”.

if the Communication Port selected does not exist or it is not available (because another program is using it)
a warning message appears as shown in the following:

SCREEN 1.2

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If the Communication Port selected exists and it is available, the “CONNECT” button sets up the link with
the board; if the link is valid, a green traffic light appears and the following cells will be filled:

- “STATION NUMBER”:
- “EXT.i/f LEVELS
- “SW UPGRADE”

SCREEN 1.3

On the contrary, if the board does not answer the screen is as follows:

SCREEN 1.4

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In both cases the link is monitored every 5 seconds in order to detect if the board is still connected (Screen
1.3) or not (Screen 1.4).
Pressing “DISCONNECT” Command Button gets back to Screen 1.0
Selecting the left Command Buttons gets to operating submenu.

17.2 “System INFO” Window

Pressing “SYSTEM INFO” button produces:

Screen 2.0

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The cyclic communication link with the board is disabled and values are freezed at the last ones acquired.
“CONNECT” button is disabled until “SYSTEM INFO” window is not closed.

Data shown on the 7 labels are read from the board and cannot be modified (read only mode)

HW CODE : Level 600 Code


UNIT EDITION : Level 600 Edition
SERIAL NUMBER: Board Serial Number
MANUFACTURER CODE: Manufacturer Code
EQUIPMENT CODE : Level 700 Code
EQUIPMENT EDITION : Level 700 Edition
DATE OF MANUFACTURING: Lev.600 Date of Manufacturing

Closing the “SYSTEM INFO” window re-enables the communication link is and gets to Screen 1.3 or 1.4.

17.3 “STATION NUMBER” Window

“STATION NUMBER” button gets to screen 3.0 that is placed on the top right side of the Main Window
(Screen 1.3 not shown)

SCREEN 3.0

Closing the window gets to screen 1.3

“SET” button produces the “ENTER NUMBER” subwindow below the “ STATION NUMBER” window.

SCREEN 3.1

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In “ENTER NUMBER” window you can modify the phone number that must be numeric only and made up
of minimum 2 digits and maximum 3 digits.
The program disables 0 as first digit.
Suppose to set up 12 and to press “OK” button.
Inside “ENTER NUMBER” window , the frame “ARE YOY SURE” appears with the “NO” and “YES”
options.

SCREEN 3.2

“ARE YOU SURE” frame disappears if “NO” option is selected and Phone Number can be modified again.

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SCREEN 3.3

On the contrary ,“YES” option in the screen 3.2:


confirms the selected number,
closes automatically “ENTER NUMBER” and “STATION NUMBER” windows
and updates the new value on the main windows that appears as follows:

SCREEN 1.3a

This operation updates the Board Flash too.

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17.4 ”EXT i/f LEVELS” Window

“EXT i/f LEVELS” button gets to screen 4.0 that is placed on the low right side of the main window
(Screen 1.3 not shown)

SCREEN 4.0

Closing the window gets back to screen 1.3


The EXT.LINE 1 and EXT.LINE 2 can be modified with the corresponding “SET” button.
A “List Box” that shows the two possible values (-7,-4) adds up on the EXT LINE section selected : the
‘blue’ value refers to the last value set.

Suppose to press the EXT.LINE 1 “SET” button

SCREEN 4.1

It is possibile to select in the “List Box” another value or the same value.
Suppose to set -4 for Ext.Line 1 and press the corresponding “OK” button
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The panel appears as follows:

SCREEN 4.2

The “ARE YOU SURE” frame with “NO” and “YES” options appears.

“NO” option closes the “ARE YOU SURE” frame and gets back to Screen 4.1

Selecting “YES” produces:


“ARE YOU SURE” frame gets not visible
“Save New Values” button gets visible
The “List Box” selected value is written in the “Current Level (dBr)” label

SCREEN 4.3

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This operation is not enough to produce the effective modification of the parameter on the board Flash.
Closing the window at this point gets back to screen 1.3 without any modification.
Only “Save New Values” validation button, if pressed, updates, on the board Flash, the “EXT.LINE x”
selected parameter that is ,at same time, copied in the main window that appears as follows

SCREEN 1.3b

17.5 “SW UPGRADE” Window

“SW UPGRADE “ button produces the window shown in :

SCREEN 5.0

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Closing the window gets back to screen 1.3

Pressing the Red Key

enables the “Common Dialog Window”

SCREEN 5.1

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By default “Cerca in” directory points to the EOW program location (e.g. “Siemens”)
The “Tipo di file” selected is EOW Firmware (*.bin)
Only *.bin files are listed inside “List File Box”
(
e.g.
Reowsw20.bin
Reowsw21.bin
)

“Annulla“ button closes this window and produces the following warning message

Suppose to select the new file REOWSW21.BIN

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In the “SW UPGRADE “window more objects add up:

SCREEN 5.2

- “Transferring REOWSW21.BIN to target” label


- Transferring Starting Time Label (“Begin: hh.mm.ss”)
- “Line xxxx/yyyy” label where xxxx is the current transferred line (32 bytes) and
yyyy is the total line number
- “Progressive Bar” indicating the transferring current percentage
- “New Version CRC16” frame where
- the “File” section shows the CRC16 referred to the file that has been
downloaded ( as calculated by the VB program)
- the EOW section shows xxxx
When download is complete the panel is as follows:

SCREEN 5.3

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The new window objects are:
- Transferring Ending Time Label (“End: hh.mm.ss”)
- Transfer time duration (“Time:xxx”)
- “Done” label

Moreover
- the “Line xxxx/yyyy” label is updated with the total transferred lines
- the “Progressive Bar” indicates the 100% of the transfer.
- In the “New Version CRC16” frame, the EOW section shows the CRC16 of the transferred file as
calculated by the old board firmware

If there is matching between CRC16 file section and CRC16 EOW section two new objects appear:
- The “Step 1 Succesfully Completed” label
- The frame ”STEP 2 WILL LOAD KERNEL AND UPGRADE CURRENT VERSION ARE YOU
SURE TO CONTINUE” with “NO” and “YES” options
“NO” option produces the following panel:

SCREEN 5.4

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and gets back to screen 1.3

“YES” button enables effective transfer of the new firmware from Flash temporary section to Flash boot
section
The message

Wait… Transfer in progess!


DO NOT DISCONNECT TARGET!

blinks on screen as follows

SCREEN 5.5

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The yellow led of the board blinks at high frequency.

When the transfer is complete the board resets itself and the VB program order to the new firmware of the
board to calculate the CRC of the boot section.
If the CRC is correct (i.e.it is the same as in the “File” section) the last window appears

SCREEN 5.6

Closing the window the main window is updated with the new firmware version written at “Current
Version” label.

SCREEN 5.7

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