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AXE10 System Structure

TCON PCD ETC

MSC/PSTN PSTN P C D
CSR CSD CRD

ETC KR PCD

BS-1

BLM

PCD

PCM-Lines Voice and Data

TRAB

AST DP AM

MBLC

PCD

PCD

ASD RD SYNC

ETC

ST-7

Remote Switch

CLM

RCM

CCD

STC

RP

RP

RP

RP

RP

RP

RP

RP

IOG-11
SP PERSONAL COMPUTER CP-A CP-B

MAGNETIC TAPE
DCI

ALARM PANEL DATA LINK MAU

DCS, FMS, MCS, SPS

FLEXIBLE DISK MAGNETIC DISK

MSC005A

AXE Definition

AXE A= X= E=
Systems for Telephone Exchanges, Private Branch Exchanges, and Special Telephone Plants Stored Program Controlled Switching Systems

Public Telephone Exchange Systems


MSC006

AXE System Structure


AXE System Level 1

APZ

APT

System Level 2

FMS

MCS

CPS

SUS

TSS

OMS

Subsystem Level

APT APZ FMS MCS CPS SUS TSS OMS CS BT BTU BTR HW

Telephony part of AXE Control part of AXE File Management Subsystem Man-Machine Communication Subsystem Central Processor Subsystem Subscriber Service Subsystem Trunk and Signaling Subsystem Operation and Maintenance Subsystem Code Sender Bothway Trunk Central Software of Block BT Regional Software of Block BT Hardware

CS

BT

Function Block

BTU

BTR

HW

Functon Unit

M SC007

Source and Application System

Application System

Source System
MSC008

APZ & APT Portion for MSC


MTS Base Station GSS CCS RP MSS STC RP RP

TSS RP

PSTN

Speech Path Control Path

CP

CCS Common Channel Signaling PSTN Public Switched Telephone Network CP Central Processor RP Regional Processor GSS Group Switching Subsystem STC Signaling Terminal Central MBLTMobile Telephone Base Station Line Terminal MTS Mobile Tele phone Subsystem TSS Trunk and Signaling Subsystem

Simplified Article Code in AXE


System Level 1 has the Article Code System Level 2 has Article Code APT for the sw itching system and APZ for the control All subsystems in APT have the Article Code ANT All Function Blocks in ANT have Article Code CNT

AXE
Level 1

APZ ANZ

APT ANT

Level 2

Subsystems

CNZ
Function Blocks

CNT COA ROF BFD

CAA

Function Units

Softw are Units and Function Units have the Article Code CAA and COA

Magazines and Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) have Article Codes BFD and ROF
MSC001

Commonly Used Documents


Decimal Class
107 1073 107 33 1075 1078 109 109 22 109 43 1095 131 1317 153 1532 153 21 1538 154 154 31 155 1550 1551 n/1551 155 16 155 17 155 18 155 19 155 42

Document Description
Wiring Document Wiring Diagram Wiring Information Cabling Tables Mounting Drawings for PCBs Documentation Routines, Doc. Handling Correction Note Function List Document Surveys Specification Data Product List Installation Test Instruction Function Verification Test Methods & Equipment Operation & Maint. Operational Instruction Technical Description General Description Description of Articles Flow Charts Function Description Function Specification Application Info. Interworking Description Adaptation Direction

Decimal Class
190 190 55 190 59 190 72 190 82 190 83 190 92 191 1911 193 193 01 193 04 193 10 193 11 193 17 193 19 193 21 193 25 193 26 195 1951 1952

Document Description
Software Information Source Program Info. Parameter List Signal Distribution Command Description Printout Description Program Information Technical Documents Circuit Diagrams Office Associated Documents Trunking Diagrams Block Diagrams Cable Group Lists Cable Tables Programming Docs (Grading & Strapping) Allocation Documents (MDF) Allocation Documents (Power Boards) Allocation Docs (Power & Distribution) Allocation Documents (Cabinets) General Technical Documents Allocation Documents Numbering Documents

MSC003

Structure of Exchange Library


Documents are stored in an electronic media. The Exchange Library is divided into various modules. A-Module - Library Survey B-Module - O&M manuals C-Module - Exchange Manuals D-Module - Functional Product Documents E- Module- S/W docs. , F- Module- H/W docs. I - Module- Exchange Data ( Data Transcript ).

Exchange Library - O&M Modules

O&M modules - B-Modules B- Modules is divided into : B-01 General Exchange Operations B-02 Operating Instruction ( OPI ) B-03 Maintenance Instruction ( OPI ) B-04 Test Instruction B-11 Command Description B-13 Printout Description B-14 Adaptation Instruction

Exchange Library - O&M Modules

Other Modules - A-Module & D-Module. E-media also contains A-Module, B-Module & DModule.

Commands & Printouts


To communicate to the system, we need to know how to input command and to read printout. Command Structure :
Command Code : Parameter Name = Parameter Value

Commands & Printouts ( Command Structure )

Command Code :
XXYYZ
XX- Function Group YY - Function Z - Action

Parameter Names
Separated by commas , if more than one. Arrangement is not important.

Commands & Printouts ( Command Structure )

Commands can be written as :


Commands with no parameters .
< IOROP;

Commands without a parameter value


< IODAC : ATT;

Commands with a single value.


< EXRPP: RP=1;

Commands with several numbers or range.


< EXRPP: RP=1&3&5&&12;

Commands & Printouts ( Command Structure )

Special Characters :
& - And && - From - To { }- MUST enter one option and one option only [ ] - Depending on command, could optional

B-11 Module - Description of all commands including the parameters.

Command & Printouts ( Printouts )

Several Types : Automatic Printout


Printout by system because of errors in system.
Alarm Alarm List ALLIP , ALLTC System Restart

Command intiated restart.


Check Printout
< SYREI :RANK=SMALL; < SYREI: RANK =SMALL; <= Check Printout < ; <= TO CONFIRM

Command & Printouts ( Printouts )


Command intiated restart - cont.
Procedure Printout
Receives immediately after command input. Eg. Executed Ordered ( F1 to release to get printout ) Not Accepted

Command & Printouts ( Printouts )


Command intiated restart - cont.
Answer Printout
Printout receives as a output from the system immediately.

< EXEMP: RP=40, EM=0; EM DATA RP 40 END TYPE EM EQM TWIN CNTRL PP STATE RPM6A 0 ET7-0&&-31 41 PRIM WO

Command & Printouts ( Printouts )


Command initiated restart - cont.
Procedure Printout
Printout receives as output from the system but at a later time Always preceded by ORDERED procedure printout.

ORDERED <= Press F1 to release. SIZE ALTERATION RESULT SAE BLOCK NI FCODE 504 BT2D3 6 END

UCODE

Label Printout

Label

WO TRX A AT-4

TIME 951106 1545.....

<
Ready Indicator

block of characters (commands)

;
End of text character

TIME OUT

Time Out Indicator

CHANNEL=0

PRN=OFF

TRANSFER

BUF

RELEASE

CH0/CH1

VIEW

FILE

CONNECT

PRINTER

EDIT

CONFIG

HELP

EXIT

Figure 4.3

Label Printout
Printout seen at successful seizure. Date & Time The working State of the CPs. WO TRX-AS38/CNI 46 Exchange Name AT-0 990115 1530

The terminal where this printout is sent.

The FIOL Window

Window

Status line

CHANNEL=0
RELEASE

PRN=OFF
VIEW FILE

TRANSFER
CONNECT PRINTER EDIT

BUF
CONFIG HELP EXIT

CH0/CH1

Predefined function keyline

F1
RELEASE

F2
CH0/CH1

F3
VIEW

F4
FILE

F5
CONNECT

F6
PRINTER

F7
EDIT

F8
CONFIG

F9
HELP

F10
EXIT

Figure 4.4