Rockwell ROA 117 2247*1 Specifications

LBI-39152
MAINTENANCE MANUAL
ROCKWELL MODEM INTERFACE CARD, ROA 117 2247/1
RS-232 INTERFACE CARD, ROA 117 2247/2
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
SPECIFICATIONS......................................................................................................................................... 2
INTRODUCTION........................................................................................................................................... 3
DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................................................................... 3
INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................................................ 3
RS-232 INTERFACE CARD ......................................................................................................................... 3
FRONT PANEL INDICATORS................................................................................................................ 3
DESCRIPTION ......................................................................................................................................... 3
ROCKWELL MODEM INTERFACE CARD............................................................................................. 4
FRONT PANEL INDICATORS................................................................................................................ 4
DESCRIPTION ......................................................................................................................................... 5
CIRCUIT ANALYSIS ............................................................................................................................... 5
ROCKWELL MODEM ASSEMBLY RYTUA 92101/1.............................................................................. 6
Data Encoding .................................................................................................................................... 6
Receive Level ..................................................................................................................................... 6
Transmit Level.................................................................................................................................... 6
Receive Line Signal Detector (RLSD)................................................................................................ 6
MODES OF OPERATION........................................................................................................................ 6
HARDWARE CIRCUITS ......................................................................................................................... 8
POWER-ON INITIALIZATION............................................................................................................... 8
Digital Interface Characteristics.......................................................................................................... 9
Analog Interface Characteristics ......................................................................................................... 9
MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................................................................ 10
RM INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL ................................................................................................. 10
RMIC JUMPERS....................................................................................................................................... 10
ALIGNMENT PROCEDURES ................................................................................................................. 10
TROUBLESHOOTING............................................................................................................................. 11
REPAIR ..................................................................................................................................................... 11
MODIFICATIONS ......................................................................................................................................... 12
ROCKWELL MODEM INTERFACE CARD .......................................................................................... 12
Inverting Signals ................................................................................................................................. 12
RMIC Modified for RS-232 Receive.................................................................................................. 12
RS-232 INTERFACE CARD .................................................................................................................... 12
CTS To RTS Connection.................................................................................................................... 12
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SPECIFICATIONS*
ASSEMBLY DIAGRAMS..............................................................................................................................13
PARTS LISTS..................................................................................................................................................15
IC DATA ..........................................................................................................................................................17
OUTLINE DIAGRAM....................................................................................................................................19
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS ...........................................................................................................................21
FIGURES AND TABLES
Figure 1 - RS-232 Interface Front Panel ....................................................................................................3
Figure 2 - Rockwell Modem Interface Card Front Panel ...........................................................................4
Figure 3 - Rockwell Modem Interface Card Block Diagram......................................................................7
Figure 4 - RMIC Jumper Locations............................................................................................................10
Figure 5 - RMIC DIP Switch S1 ................................................................................................................11
Figure 6 - RMIC RS-232 Receive Mod (PWB top) ...................................................................................12
Figure 7 - RMIC RS-232 Receive Mod (PWB bottom) .............................................................................12
Table 1 - R96FT Hardware Circuits...........................................................................................................8
Table 2 - Digital Interface Characteristics..................................................................................................9
Table 3 - Analog Interface Characteristics .................................................................................................9
SPECIFICATIONS*
ITEM
SPECIFICATION
RS-232 INTERFACE CARD
DIMENSIONS (H x L)
100 mm x 220 mm
CONNECTIONS
96 pin DIN connector mating to VME backplane interface.
ROCKWELL MODEM INTERFACE CARD
POWER
+5 Vdc ±5%, 1A max.
+12 Vdc ±5%, 250mA max.
-12 Vdc ±5%, 250 mA max.
DIMENSIONS (H x L)
100 mm x 220 mm
CONNECTIONS
96 pin DIN connector mating to VME backplane interface.
ROCKWELL MODEM (RTYUA 92101/1)
POWER
+5 Vdc ±5%; 300 mA typical
+12 Vdc ±5%; 20 mA typical
-12 Vdc ±5%; 50 mA typical
TEMPERATURE
Operating
Storage
0°C to + 60°C (32 to 140°F)
-40°C to +80°C (-40 to 176°F)
RELATIVE HUMIDITY
Up to 90% noncondensing.
DIMENSIONS (W x L x H)
100 mm x 82 mm x 7.6 mm above and 3.3 mm below.
* These specifications are intended for use during servicing. Refer to appropriate Specification Sheet for the complete
specification.
Copyright September 1995, Ericsson Inc.
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INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
This manual provides maintenance information for the
EDACS Compact Vertical Voter (CV2) Interface Cards
including the Rockwell Modem Interface Card (RMIC) and
the RS-232 Interface Card.
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Configuration Table (Refer to LBI-39153) to ensure the
proper module is installed in the proper slot.
Prior to use, the Gain Switches (S1-1 thru 4 and S1 5
thru 8) in the RMIC should be set according to the
Configuration and Alignment instructions contained in LBI39149, Compact Vertical Voter Maintenance Manual and
the application's Interconnect Diagrams.
The CV2 Interface Cards are available as an RS-232
Interface Card (ROA 117 2247/2) or as a Rockwell Modem
Interface Card (RMIC) (ROA 117 2247/1).
When the RMIC is properly installed and operational,
all Front Panel voltage (+5V, +12V, and -12V) indicators
should be on. This will indicate that all voltages are applied
to the module. If any of the Front Panel voltage indicators
are off, refer to the Maintenance section of this manual.
The RMIC is used when the Selector or Digital
Receiver connect to other equipment via analog paths such
as phone lines where bandwidth is <3000 Hz.
Ensure the RMIC jumpers are properly installed.
Information for installing the jumpers is available in the
Maintenance section of this manual.
DESCRIPTION
In Simulcast systems, the RMIC is normally used to
provide the analog connection from the voter (Selector) to
the site and the IMC switch. Auxiliary Receivers may also
be connected via Rockwell Modems.
The RS-232 Interface Card is used to make connection
between the Selector or Digital Receiver #1 and their
associated equipment via RS-232 paths.
In Simulcast systems without an IMC switch, the RS232 Interface Card is used in slot 2 to connect the Selector
to the site. If the system uses VDI, an RS-232 Interface
Card is also installed in slot 4 to connect a separate input to
Digital Receiver #1. An RS-232 Interface Card is also used
when the Auxiliary Receiver Site is connected by RS-232.
The RMIC Card is only used with Auxiliary Receiver Sites
containing modems.
INSTALLATION
Installation or removal of the CV2 Interface Cards
involves sliding the assembly out of the VME Shelf.
NOTE
NOTE
2
CV Interface Cards may be plugged and
unplugged from the voter shelf with power applied.
However, exercise care when using the extender
card since the long ground pins are only on the
interface cards.
The physical position (slot) of the module when
installed in the voter shelf will depend on variables such as;
number of channels, number of sites and type of system
(Voted, Simulcast, and the presence of VDI). Therefore,
prior to installing any CV2 Interface Cards, refer to the Card
NOTE
NOTE
Jumper and Switch settings presented in this
manual are for reference only. Always refer to the
specific application’s Installation Procedures and
Interconnect Diagrams for the settings required for
proper operation of the system.
RS-232
INTERFACE CARD
The RS-232 Interface
Card is used to make
connection
between
the
Selector or Digital Receiver #1
and their associated equipment
via RS-232 paths.
FRONT PANEL
INDICATORS
R
S
2
3
2
The RS-232 Interface
Card’s front panel is shown in
Figure 1. It has no front panel
indicators.
DESCRIPTION
When the Voter is
connected to the Main Site via
an RS-232 path, and there is no
requirement for a RM to
connect to an IMC switch, the
RS-232 Interface Card for
Digital
Receiver
#1
is
Figure 1 - RS-232
Interface Front Panel
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positioned in Slot 2. This permits routing receiver data (RX
DATA) from the Control Point or Main Site GETC directly
through an RS-232 serial connection to the Digital
Receiver's GPTC.
NOTE
NOTE
When installed in Simulcast system using Intraplex
MUX, the connection is RS-232 even though the
sites are not co-located.
The RS-232 Interface Card is also used in slot 4 when
the Voter is connected to the Main Site for Voted Digital
Interconnect (VDI).
ROCKWELL MODEM INTERFACE
CARD
The RMIC contains RS-232 to TTL converters, phone
line interface, Rockwell Modem interface circuits, and the
Rockwell Modem (RM), all mounted on a VME size card.
The RS-232 to TTL converters allow a clean jumperless
interface to the Voter Digital Receivers and Selector. The
phone line interface circuits include line drivers and
receivers and transformers. The Rockwell modem interface
circuits are used to initialize the new piggy-back Rockwell
Modem.
FRONT PANEL INDICATORS
The 9600 Baud Modem Interface Module’s front panel
indicators, shown in Figure 2, are described in the following
text.
+5V
(V1)
®
+12V
(V2)
®
-12V
(V3)
®
+5V
M
O
D
E
M
ON indicates the +5 volts is
present and F1 is good.
ON indicates the +12 volts is
present and F3 is good.
+12V
-12V
RLSD
ON indicates the -12 volts is
present and F2 is good.
CTS
I
F
C
RLSD
(V12)
Received Line Signal Detect.
®
❍
EYE
CTS
(V11)
ON indicates the modem receiver
is in the Data state (receive data).
OFF indicates the modem receiver
is in the idle state, no input.
Clear To Send.
®
ON indicates a CTS control signal
is being sent to the Selector CPU.
Figure 2 - Rockwell Modem Interface Card Front Panel
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NOTE
NOTE
The numbers shown in parentheses refer to the
circuit diagram’s reference designator.
+5V
The +5 volt Indicator, +5V (V1), is ON during normal
operation indicating fuse F1 is good and +5 Vdc (VCC) is
being applied to the module circuitry.
+12V
The +12 volt Indicator, +12V (V2), is ON during
normal operation indicating fuse F3 is good and +12 Vdc
(VDD) is being applied to the module circuitry.
-12V
The -12 volt Indicator, -12V (V3), is ON during normal
operation indicating fuse F3 is good and -12 Vdc (VSS) is
being applied to the module circuitry.
RLSD
The Received Line Signal Detect indicator, RLSD
(V12), is ON. when the received line power is greater than
the selected threshold level at the end of the training state
and the receiver is in the data state. When the indicator is
off, the received signal power is less than the selected
threshold level at the end of the training state and the
receiver is in the idle state.
CTS
The Clear To Send indicator, CTS (V11), is turned ON
by the Rockwell Modem after it receives an RTS, telling the
processor that the modem is set up and data may be sent.
DESCRIPTION
The RMIC is controlled by its corresponding Digital
Receivers or Selector and provides a high speed
synchronous serial interface between EDACS components in
the Voter, Main Site, and remote Receiver Stations. In
addition, the Selector sends and receives data from the Main
Site through the modem interface. The data transfer rate is
typically 9600 bits per second (bps) using conditioned 3002
four-wire telephone lines.
The telephone line transformers T1 and T2, couple the
four-wire telephone line to the RMIC.
The RM demodulates the incoming analog signal which
comes from phone lines via T1 and converts it to TTL 9600
baud data. A TTL to RS-232 converter on the RMIC
converts the data to RS-232 levels and sends it to the
Selector or Digital Receiver for processing.
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An RS-232 9600 baud transmit data signal comes from
the Selector and is converted to TTL in the RMIC. The RM
converts this data into an analog signal which can be carried
by phone line. The analog signal is buffered on the RMIC
and applied via T2 to the phone line.
CIRCUIT ANALYSIS
The Digital Receiver or Selector's General Purpose
Trunking Card (GPTC) interface to the 9600 baud RMIC
through the VME Shelf Backplane. The microcomputer
(U1) on the Selector or Digital Receiver provides transmit
and receive data to the RM via the Phone Modem (U32) on
the GPTC. Refer to the Block Diagram in Figure 3.
Receive
Transformer T1 receives data from the telephone line
and couples the data to the modem board at X2 pin 33. A
voltage follower (U4-1) drives the data to the RM. Gain
Switch S1-5 thru S1-8 sets the telephone line level to the
proper modem level. The receive level is normally set to
300 mV at U4 pin 7 (X2 pin 33) by closing the one section
of switch S1 sections 5 thru 8 which sets the level closest to
300 mV. Regulator diodes V4 and V5 provide surge
protection.
The Write Pulse Generation circuit timer U3 generates a
very slow square wave with a period of 2 minutes when
monitored at U3 pin 3. On each negative edge to U1 pin 5,
a 2 microsecond positive going pulse is generated at U1 pin
6. This pulse is inverted by V8 and is applied to the WRITE
input of the RM (X1 pin 12). This causes fixed data on the
D0 thru D7 inputs to be written into the RM Control
Register addressed by RS0 thru RS3. This assures that the
RM is always initialized and runs in the desired mode.
As long as the RM sees data coming in, the RSLD LED
will be ON. In voter applications, all data is continuous, so
the RSLD LED should be ON all the time.
The receiver data (RXD) passes unchanged through
XOR gate U2-0 and is converted from TTL to RS-232 by
U5. The receiver data (MRXD) is then sent to the GPTC
Phone Modem U32 and transferred to the BD Bus and
processed by the GPTC microcomputer U1.
Transmit
In voter applications, RTS is controlled by the Selector
and jumper X7 should be on X3 pins 2 & 3. When data is to
be sent, the GPTC microcomputer sends a Request-to-Send
(RTS) signal to the RMIC and waits for a Clear-to-Send
(CTS) signal from the modem board. The RTS signal is
converted from RS-232 to TTL by U5 and sent on to the
Rockwell Modem. When the Rockwell Modem is ready, a
CTS signal is sent. Front panel indicator V11 is illuminated
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and the CTS signal is converted from TTL to RS-232 by U5
and sent to the GPTC (MCTS). The GPTC microcomputer
directs the Phone Modem to send the data to the RM via the
TXDATA (MTXD) line. The data is converted from RS232 to TTL by U5 and passes unchanged through XOR gate
U2 section 3 and is sent to the Rockwell Modem (TXD).
The serial transmit data out (TXA) is obtained from the
RM at X2 pin 34, and sent to U4 section 0 for coupling to
the telephone line. Gain Switch S1-1 thru S1-4 sets the
telephone line level to the proper transmit reference level.
The output level is normally set as close to 0 dBm (0.77
volts rms) as possible, when measured across card connector
X5 pins B28 and B29, by closing one section of switch S1
sections 1 thru 4. Transformer T2 couples output data from
the RMIC to the telephone line. Regulator diodes V6 and
V7 provide surge protection.
ROCKWELL MODEM ASSEMBLY
RYTUA 92101/1
The Rockwell Modem model R96FT is a synchronous
serial 9600 bps modem designed for multipoint and
networking applications. The R96FT allows full-duplex
operation over 4-wire dedicated conditioned lines.
Proprietary fast train configurations provide training
times of 23 ms for V.29FT/9600.
Data Encoding
At 9600 bps, the data stream is divided in groups of
four-bits (quadbits) forming a 16-point structure.
Receive Line Signal Detector ( RLSD )
Response
For Fast Train configurations, the receiver enters the
training state upon detecting a significant increase in the
received signal power. If the received line signal power is
greater than the selected threshold level at the end of the
training state, the receiver enters the data state and RLSD is
activated. If the received line signal power is less than the
selected threshold level at the end of the training state, the
receiver returns to the idle state and RLSD is not activated.
Also, in Fast Train configurations, the receiver initiates
the turn-off delay upon detecting a significant decrease in
the received signal power. If the received signal power is
less than the selected threshold at the end of the turn-off
delay, the receiver enters the idle state and RLSD is
deactivated. If the received signal power is greater than the
selected threshold at the end of the turn-off delay, the
receiver returns to the data state and RLSD is left active.
The receive threshold is programmable, however, only
one setting is used for all EDACS applications. The setting
parameters are as follows:
•
Greater than -43 dBm ( RLSD on)
Less than -48 dBm ( RLSD off)
NOTE
NOTE
Performance may be at a reduced level when the
received signal is less than -43 dBm.
Receive Level
The receiver circuit of the modem satisfies all specific
performance requirements for received line signal levels
from -5 to -43 dBm. The received line signal level is
measured at the receiver analog input (RXA).
Transmit Level
The transmitter output level is accurate to ±1.0 dB and
is set to approximately -1 dBm at the RM output (TXA). It
is adjustable at the RMIC output over a range of -1 to -18
dBm.
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MODES OF OPERATION
The R96FT capable of being operated in either a serial
or a parallel mode of operation.
The transmitter automatically defaults to the serial
mode at power-on. The serial mode is always used in
Voters.
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U5
RS-232 To TTL Converter
X5
U2-0
RS-232 RXD
To GPTC
MRXD
B23
3
14
D
2
3
1
U2-3
RS-232 TXD
From GPTC
MTXD
B24
6
11
R
13
11
12
X1-26
X2-48
TXD
S1-1 thru S1-4
Gain Switch
U4-0
1
T2
B28
Transmitting Half
of Telephone Line
B29
1
4
3
3
-
4558
V7
6
+
RXD
2
Tx
Level
R2
620
X2-34
TXA
V6
V12
X1-27
Vcc
S1-5 thru S1-8
Gain Switch
T1
B27
Receiving Half of
Telephone Line
B26
1
4
3
U4-1
1
V5
6
X4
2
X6
6 -
Rx
Level
3
5
+
7
X2-33
4558
V4
U5
X2-50
MRTS
X3
3
2
Rockwell
Modem
RYTUA 92101
RTS
RS-232 To TTL Converter
X2-49
B22
RXA
R1
620
VDD
RS-232 RTS
From GPTC
RLSD
2
1
15
R
CTS
XTCLK
X2-51
RS-232 CTS
To GPTC
B21
MCTS
WR
X1-12
V11
X7
7
D
10
Vcc
U2-2
RS-232 TXCLK
From GPTC
B24
MTXCLK
4
R
13
10
8
9
WRITE
Write Pulse
Generator
U3 and U1
Figure 3 - Rockwell Modem Interface Card Block Diagram
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Table 1 - R96FT Hardware Circuits
HARDWARE CIRCUITS
Hardware circuits are assigned to specific pins in a
61-pin DlP connector. Signal names and descriptions of the
hardware circuits, including the microprocessor interface,
are listed in Table 1, R96FT Hardware Circuits. In the
table, the column titled "Type" refers to designations found
in the Hardware Circuit Characteristics.
POWER-ON INITIALIZATION
When power is applied to the R96FT, a period of 50 to
350 ms is required for power supply settling. The poweron-reset signal ( POR ) remains low during this period.
Approximately 10 ms after the low to high transition of
POR , the modem is ready to be configured, and RTS may
be activated. If the 5 Vdc power supply drops below 3.5
Vdc for more than 30 msec, the POR cycle is generated.
Name
Type
DIP Pin Description
No.
A. OVERHEAD:
Ground (A) AGND
30, 31
Ground (D) DGND
29, 37, 53 Digital Ground Return
Analog Ground Return
+5 volts
PWR
1,45,61
+5 Vdc Supply
+12 volts
PWR
32
+12 Vdc Supply
-12 volts
PWR
36
-12 Vdc Supply
POR
I/OB
2
Power-on-reset
B. MICROPROCESSOR INTERFACE:
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
I/OA
I/OA
I/OA
I/OA
I/OA
I/OA
I/OA
I/OA
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
At POR time the modem defaults to the following
configuration: Fast train, V.29, 9600 bps, no echo protector
tone, 1700 Hz carrier frequency, scrambled ones segment
disabled, serial data mode, internal clock, cable equalizers
disabled, transmitter digital delay equalizer disabled, link
amplitude equalizer disabled, link delay equalizer disabled,
transmitter output level set to -1 dBm ±1 dB, interrupts
disabled, receiver threshold set to -43 dBm, and train-ondata enabled.
RS3
RS2
RS1
RS0
IA
IA
IA
IA
16
17
18
19
CS0
CS1
CS2
READ
WRITE
IRQ
IA
IA
IA
IA
IA
OB
20
21
13
14
12
11
Chip Select -Transmitter Device
Chip Select - Receiver Sample Rate
Device
Chip Select - Receiver Baud Rate Device
Read Enable
Write Enable
Interrupt Request
POR can be connected to a user supplied power-onreset signal in a wire-or configuration. A low active pulse of
3 µsec or more applied to the POR pin causes the modem to
reset. The modem is ready to be configured 10 msec after
POR is removed.
RDCLK
TDCLK
XTCLK
RTS
CTS
TXD
RXD
RLSD
23
46
51
50
49
48
26
27
Receive Data Clock
Transmit Data Clock
External Transmit Clock
Request to Send
Clear to Send
Transmitter Data
Receiver Data
Received Line Signal Detector
Resistor R7 and capacitor C9 on the RMIC provide a
POWER-ON-CLEAR (POC) signal to the RM. The control
word written to the RM by the WRITE pulse commands the
RM to use the external clock and enables the 30 millisecond
short echo protection tone (SEPT).
Data Bus (8 Bits)
Register Select (4 Bits)
C. V.24 INTERFACE:
OC
OC
IB
IB
OC
IB
OC
OC
D. ANCILLARY CIRCUITS:
OC
OC
OD
OD
RBCLK
TBCLK
FRXD
FRLSD
22
47
59
52
Receiver Baud Clock
Transmitter Baud Clock
FSK Receiver Data (inverted data)
FSK Received Line Signal Detector
E. ANALOG SIGNALS:
TXA
RXA
AA
AB
34
33
Transmitter Analog Output
Receiver Analog Input
56
55
57
58
Eye Pattern Data - X Axis
Eye Pattern Data - Y Axis
Eye Pattern Data
Eye Pattern Synchronizing Signal
F. DIAGNOSTIC:
EYEX
EYEY
EYECLK
EYESYNC
OC
OC
OA
OA
NOTES: 1. Pins not used: 15, 24, 25, 28, 35, 38-44, 54, and 60.
2. Unused inputs tied to +5V or ground require individual 10K ohm
resistors.
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Digital Interface Characteristics
Table 2 - Digital Interface Characteristics
Input/Output Type
Symbol
Parameter
Units
IA
IB
IC
VIH
Input Voltage, High
V
2.0 Min.
2.0 Min.
2.0 Min.
VIL
Input Voltage, Low
V
0.8 Max.
0.8 Max.
0.8 Max.
OA
OB
1
VOH
Output Voltage, High
V
2.4 Min.
VOL
Output Voltage, Low
V
0.4 Max. 2
IIN
Input Current,
Leakage
µA
IOH
Output Current, High
mA
-0.1 Max.
IOL
Output Current, Low
mA
1.6 Max.
IL
Output, Current,
Leakage
µA
IPU
Pull-up Current
(Short Circuit)
µA
CL
Capacitive Load
pF
CD
Capacitive Drive
pF
Circuit Type:
Notes
OD
2.2 Min.
0.4 Max. 2
0.4 Max. 2
6
0.6 Max. 7
±2.5 Max.
I/O A
I/O B
2.0 Min.
5.25 Max.
2.0 Min.
0.8 Max.
0.8 Max.
1
2.4 Min. 3
0.4 Max. 2
0.4 Max. 5
2.4 Min.
±2.5 Max. 4
1.6 Max.
1.6 Max.
±10 Max.
-240 Max. -240 Max.
-10 Min.
-10 Min.
5
TTL
1. I Load = -100 µA
2. I Load = 1.6 mA
OC
5
TTL
w/Pull-up
-240 Max.
-10 Min.
-260 Max.
-100 Min.
20
TTL
w/Pull-up
100
100
100
TTL
Open-Drain
Open-Drain
w/Pull-up
3. I Load = -40 µA
4. VIN = 0.4 to 2.4 Vdc, VCC = 5.25 Vdc
5. I Load = 0.36 mA
6. I Load = -400 µA
TTL
10
40
100
100
3-State
Transceiver
OpenDrain
w/Pull-up
7. I Load = 2.0 mA
Analog Interface Characteristics
Table 3 - Analog Interface Characteristics
Name
Type
Characteristics
TXA
AA
The transmitter output impedance is 604 ohms ±1%.
RXA
AB
The receiver input impedance is 60K ohms ±23%.
AUXIN
AC
The auxiliary analog input allows access to the transmitter for the purpose of interfacing with user provided
equipment. Because this is a sampled data input, any signal above 4800 Hz will cause aliasing errors. The input
impedance is 1K ohms, and the gain to transmitter output is TLVL setting +0.6 dB -l.4 dB. If unused, this input
must be grounded near the modem connector. If used, it must be driven from a low impedance source.
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MAINTENANCE
RMIC JUMPERS
MAINTENANCE
The RMIC has two jumpers which must be installed
prior to use.
CAUTION
OBSERVE PRECAUTIONS
FOR HANDLING
ELECTROSTATIC
SENSITIVE
DEVICES
h
Receive Telephone Line Termination
The jumper, X6, when installed on X4 inserts or
removes R1 from the receive telephone line circuit. R1 is
used to balance the line on T1.
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RM INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL
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Installation:
1.
2.
Install jumper X6 on X4 pins 2 and 3 to remove R1
from circuit.
Orient the RM so pin 1 lines up with the RMIC
connector X1 pin 1 (see Figure 4).
RM RTS Control
Carefully set the RM pins into the RMIC
connectors X1 and X2 and press the RM firmly to
seat.
The jumper, X7, when installed on X3 determines if the
RTS signal is generated on board the RMIC or controlled by
an external device.
q
NOTE
NOTE
q
Keying plug should be located in RMIC connector
X2 pin 35. This will align with RM position 35
which has the pin removed.
Install jumper X7 on X3 pins 1 & 2 for internal
control of RTS.
Install jumper X7 on X3 pins 2 & 3 for external
control of RTS (this is the normal position for
Voters).
ALIGNMENT PROCEDURES
Removal:
1.
Install jumper X6 on X4 pins 1 and 2 to add R1
and terminate receive data for 600 ohm telephone
line (default position).
Gently grasp the RM and while rocking back and
forth, lift RM out of RMIC connectors being
careful not to bend any pins.
X1
30
The only alignment or adjustment on the RMIC
involves using DIP switch S1 to set the modem Output and
Receive levels. Each DIP switch segment selects a different
amount of signal off a voltage divider.
1
R44
1
C B A
R43
Pin not used
S1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Front
T1
RX
Level
X4
1
R45
X5
TX
Level
T2
U5
X3
Key Plug
1
32
31
X2
61
Figure 4 - RMIC Jumper Locations
10
C B A
MAINTENANCE
64748 64748
Transmit Level Receive Level
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Figure 5 - RMIC DIP Switch S1
Output Level
The Output level is set by S1 sections 1 thru 4.
q
Observe output level across card connector X5 pins
B28 and B29.
Set Output level as near to .77 Vrms (0 dBm) as
possible by closing one of the sections of S1
sections 1 thru 4.
Receive Level
The Receive level is set by S1 sections 5 thru 8.
q
Set Receive level as near to 300 mVrms as possible
by closing one of the sections of S1 sections 5 thru
8.
TROUBLESHOOTING
OPEN
q
q
LBI-39152
Observe Receive level at X2 pin 33 (U4 pin 7).
Most problems encountered by the RMIC will be
caused by associated equipment, incorrect DIP switch or
jumper settings, or incorrect slot positioning.
If difficulties are encountered, check all DIP switch
settings and verifying the correct positions of jumpers. Use
of the Troubleshooting Guide may be helpful in isolating
RMIC problems. If the RMIC appears to be defective,
replace the unit with a known good RMIC. If this resolves
the problem, the RMIC is probably defective.
REPAIR
Field repair of the RMIC is extremely limited. We
recommend contacting Ericsson Support Services at 1-800528-7711 (outside the USA, call 804-528-7711) for specific
instructions regarding the repair or replacement of the
defective unit.
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
SYMPTOM
AREA TO CHECK
POSSIBLE PROBLEM
5V LED off.
+5 volt power.
Check 5 volt fuse F1.
+12V LED off.
+12 volt power.
Check +12 volt fuse F3.
-12V LED off.
-12 volt power.
Check -12 volt fuse F2.
RMIC fails to receive or
transmit data
a.
Rockwell Modem
a. Replace RM with a known good unit.
b.
Jumpers
b. Verify proper jumper settings.
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LBI-39152
MODIFICATIONS
MODIFICATIONS
For some applications it may be necessary to modify the
RMIC or RS-232 Interface card. This section describes
modifications which the service technician may encounter:
U5
NOTE
NOTE
When replacing one RMIC or RS-232 Interface
card with another, ensure all modifications and
configuration settings on the replacement unit
match the unit removed.
Cut here
Figure 6 - RMIC RS-232 Receive Mod (PWB top)
ROCKWELL MODEM INTERFACE CARD
Inverting Signals
In some applications it may be necessary to invert some
or all input or output signals. The following is a list of
signals and steps necessary for inverting the signal:
•
RDCLK
T1
To invert the RDCLK signal, remove the zero
ohm resistor R38.
•
RXD
Cut here
To invert the RXD signal, remove the zero
ohm resistor R37.
•
XTCLK
To invert the XTCLK signal, remove zero ohm
resistor R40.
•
TXD
To invert the TXD signal, remove zero ohm
resistor R39.
Figure 7 - RMIC RS-232 Receive Mod (PWB bottom)
3.
Two zero ohm resistors REP 264 001/0 (part of
mod kit 350A1693G1) or jumper wires were
installed at R43 and R44.
RS-232 INTERFACE CARD
RMIC Modified for RS-232 Receive
CTS To RTS Connection
In Simulcast systems, the RMIC connected to the
Control Point GETC must receive signals via an RS-232 line
and transmit signals through the RM.
In Voter applications it is necessary to tie the RTS and
CTS lines together.
RMICs ROA 117 2247/1 (Rev. R1 and R2 only) used
for this purpose must be modified according to the
Modification Instructions 350A1692 (part of the Mod Kit
350A1693G1). The following is a summary of those
instructions:
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1.
On the top of the board, the solder run to U5-3 was
cut as shown in Figure 6.
2.
On the bottom of the board, the solder run to T1-6
was cut as shown in Figure 7.
For RS-232 Interface cards ROA 117 2247/2 (Rev. R1)
a jumper wire was installed between X5-B21 and B22. For
revision R2 and later, R45 was added and no modification is
necessary.
ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM
LBI-39152
ROCKWELL MODEM INTERFACE CARD
ROA 117 2247/1
(1/1078 ROA 117 2247/1, Sh. 1, Rev. A)
13
LBI-39152
RS-232 INTERFACE CARD
ROA 117 2247/2
(1/1078 ROA 117 2247/2, Sh. 1, Rev. A)
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ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM
PARTS LIST
ROCKWELL MODEM INTERFACE CARD
131 32-ROA 117 2247/1
Revision: C
SYMBOL
PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
-------------- CAPACITORS ---------C1
thru
C4
RJE 584 3168/47
C6
RJC 464 3045/1
Tantalum chip: 47 µF ±20%, 16 V.
SYMBOL
R35
LBI-39152
PART
NUMBER
REP 645 623/12
RJA 528 4064/1
Metal film: 1 nF ±5%, size 1206.
C8
RJE 584 3168/47
Tantalum chip: 47 µF ±20%, 16 V.
C9
RJE 584 3108/1
Tantalum chip: 10 µF ±20%, 10 V.
C10
thru
C15
RJC 464 3045/1
Ceramic Chip: 10 nF 50V -10%.
Ceramic chip: 120 Ohm, 1%, 1/4w.
R36
REP 645 623/12
Ceramic chip: 120 Ohm, 1%, 1/4w.
R37
thru
R40
REP 645 62
Zero-ohm jumper.
R41
REP 625 425/1
Ceramic chip: 10k, 1206, 5%, 1/8w.
R42
REP 625 425/1
Ceramic chip: 10k, 5%, 1/8w.
S1
RMF 356 004/08
Switch, DIP.
T1
REG 135 57/1
Transformer, telephone.
T2
REG 135 57/1
Transformer, telephone.
---------------- SWITCHES ------------
Ceramic Chip: 10 nF 50V -10%.
C7
DESCRIPTION
----------- TRANSFORMERS -------
------ INTEGRATED CIRCUITS - --------------------- FUSES ---------------
U1
RYT 306 2024/C
Digital: CMOS 2 x Monostable
Multivibrator; sim to 74HC4538.
F1
NGH 241 04/1
Fuse, 1A, slow action 250 V, glass 5
x 20mm.
U2
RYT 306 2019/C
Digital: CMOS Quad 2-Input
Exclusive OR Gate; sim to 74HC86.
F2
NGH 241 03/25
Fuse, 0.25A, slow action 250 V,
glass 5 x 20mm.
U3
RYT 108 6003/C
Monolithic Timer; sim to TLC555.
U4
RYT 101 6164/1
Linear, Dual Op Amp; sim to 4558.
U5
RYT 109 6073/1
EIA232-D and CCITT V.28
driver/receiver; sim to MC145406.
F3
NGH 241 03/25
Fuse, 0.25A, slow action 250 V,
glass 5 x 20mm.
--------------- RESISTORS ------------
R1
REP 645 623/62
Ceramic chip: 620 Ohm, 1%, 1/4w.
R2
REP 645 623/62
Ceramic chip: 620 Ohm, 1%, 1/4w.
R3
REP 645 623/22
Ceramic chip: 220 Ohm 1%, 1/4w.
R4
REP 625 426/33
Ceramic chip: 330k, 5%, 1/8w.
--- DIODES and TRANSISTORS V1
thru
V3
RKZ 433 637/1
Diode, LED, 90 degree red, T1 pkg.
V4
thru
V7
RKZ 223 01/8
Regulator Diode; sim to BZX84C4V7.
R5
REP 625 426/33
Ceramic chip: 330k, 5%, 1/8w.
R6
thru
R17
REP 625 425/1
Ceramic chip: 10k, 5%, 1/8w.
V8
thru
V10
RYN 121 675/1
Transistor: Silicon NPN, low profile;
sim to MMBT3904.
R18
REP 625 424/47
Ceramic chip: 4.7k, 5%, 1/8w.
V11
RKZ 433 637/1
Diode, LED, 90 degree red, T1 pkg.
RKZ 433 637/1
Diode, LED, 90 degree red, T1 pkg.
R19
REP 625 424/27
Ceramic chip: 2.7k, 5%, 1/8w.
V12
R20
REP 625 424/22
Ceramic chip: 2.2k, 5%, 1/8w.
V13
RYN 121 675/1
Transistor: Silicon NPN, low profile;
MMBT3904.
V14
RYN 121 675/1
Transistor: Silicon NPN, low profile;
MMBT3904.
X1
RNV 403 843/031
Connector, 31 contact.
R21
REP 625 424/22
Ceramic chip: 2.2k, 5%, 1/8w.
R22
thru
R24
REP 625 424/1
Ceramic chip: 1k, 5%, 1/8w.
R25
thru
R28
REP 625 425/1
Ceramic chip: 10k, 5%, 1/8w.
X2
RNV 403 843/031
Connector, 31 contact.
R29
REP 645 624/24
Ceramic chip: 2.4K, 1%, 1/4w.
X3
RPV 380 10/03
Pin strip header.
R30
REP 645 624/12
Ceramic chip: 1.2K Ohm 1% 1/4w.
X4
RPV 380 10/03
Pin strip header.
R31
REP 645 623/62
Ceramic chip: 620 Ohm, 1%, 1/4w.
X5
RPV 403 209/102
Connector, 96 contact.
R32
REP 645 623/62
Ceramic chip: 620 Ohm, 1%, 1/4w.
X6
RNV 207 03/1
Shunt, jumper.
RNV 207 03/1
Shunt, jumper.
RPV 380 10/03
Pin strip header.
------------- CONNECTORS ---------
R33
REP 625 423/47
Ceramic chip: 470, 5%, 1/8w.
X7
R34
REP 645 623/24
Ceramic chip: 240 Ohm, 1%, 1/4w.
X8
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LBI-39152
SYMBOL
X9
PARTS LIST
PART
NUMBER
RPV 380 10/03
RS-232 INTERFACE CARD
131 32-ROA 117 2247/2
Revision: B
DESCRIPTION
Pin strip header.
SYMBOL
------------ FUSE HOLDERS -------XF1
NFN 102 04
Holder, Fuse.
XF2
NFN 102 04
Holder, Fuse.
XF3
NFN 102 04
Holder, Fuse.
----------- MISCELLANEOUS -------
2
TVA 117 2225 R2
Printed wiring board.
3
SXA 120 4174/3
Modem Interface Front Panel.
4
NTM 201 1079
Hardware Kit.
6
RNY 101 01/4
Keying Plug.
MODEM
RYTUA 921 01/1
Modem, 9600 baud; sim to Rockwell
Modem R96FT with DIP connector.
PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
--------------- RESISTORS ----------R43
REP 264 001/0
Resistor, 0 Ohm, 0207.
R44
REP 264 001/0
Resistor, 0 Ohm, 0207.
R45
REP 264 001/0
Resistor, 0 Ohm, 0207.
X5
RPV 403 209/102
Connector, 96 contact.
2
TVA 117 2225 R2
3
SXA 120 4174/4
RS-232 Interface Front Panel.
4
NTM 201 1079
Hardware Kit.
------------- CONNECTORS ---------
----------- MISCELLANEOUS ------Printed wiring board.
PRODUCTION CHANGES
Changes in the equipment to improve performance or simplify circuits are
identified by a "Revision Letter," which is stamped after the model number of
the unit. The revision stamped on the unit includes all previous revisions.
Refer to the parts list for the descriptions of the parts affected by these
revisions.
Rev. R2A - ROA 117 2247/1
Connectors X1 and X2 changed to improve installation of
Rockwell Modem.
X1 and X2 changed from RNV 403 105/031 to RNV 403
843/031.
PRODUCTION CHANGES
Changes in the equipment to improve performance or simplify circuits are
identified by a "Revision Letter," which is stamped after the model number of
the unit. The revision stamped on the unit includes all previous revisions.
Refer to the parts list for the descriptions of the parts affected by these
revisions.
Rev. R2A - ROA 117 2247/2
Jumper R45 added to connect CTS to RTS. (In revision R1A, a
short piece of 19A700134P10 DA wire was installed between
X5-B21 and X5-B22.)
Connector X5, which was inadvertently omitted, was added to
the parts list.
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IC DATA
LBI-39152
U1 - CMOS 2 X MONOSTABLE MULTIVIBRATOR
RYT 306 2024/C (74HC4538)
FUNCTION TABLE
CA
1
INPUTS
Vcc
16
Reset
OUTPUTS
+Triggr
- Trigg
Q
Q
RA
2
15
CB
RESET A
3
14
RB
L
X
X
L
H
Tr A+
4
13
RESET B
X
H
X
L
H
Tr A-
5
12
Tr B+
QA
6
11
Tr B-
X
X
L
L
H
QA
7
10
QB
H
L
GND
8
9
QB
H
CAUTION
h
H
X = H or L
OBSERVE PRECAUTIONS
FOR HANDLING
ELECTROSTATIC
SENSITIVE
DEVICES
= from L to H
= from H to L
U2 - 2-INPUT EXCLUSIVE - OR - GATE
RYT 306 2019/C (74HC86)
Vcc
4B
4A
4Y
14
13
12
11
3B
10
3A
9
U3 - MONOLITHIC TIMER
RYT 108 6003/C (TLC555ID)
GND
1
8
VDD
TRIG
2
7
DSCH
OUT
3
6
THRES
RESET 4
5
CONT
3Y
8
VDD
RESET
(8)
CONTROL
R
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1A
1B
1Y
2A
2B
2Y
GND
(4)
(5)
R1
THRESHOLD
OUTPUT
(6)
R
1
(3)
S
R
CAUTION
h
OBSERVE PRECAUTIONS
FOR HANDLING
ELECTROSTATIC
SENSITIVE
DEVICES
TRIGGER
(2)
DISCHARGE
(7)
GND
(1)
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LBI-39152
IC DATA
U4 - DUAL WIDE BANDWIDTH OP AMP
RYT 101 6164/1 (4558)
U5 - MONOLITHIC TIMER
RYT 109 6073/1 (145406)
VDD
1
Rx1
2
Tx1
3
Rx2
4
Tx2
5
Rx3
6
Tx3
7
VSS
8
D = Driver
R = Receiver
DI = Data In
DO = Data Out
18
R
D
R
D
R
D
16
VCC
15
DO1
14
DI1
13
DO2
12
DI2
11
DO3
10
DI3
9
GND
OUTLINE DIAGRAM
LBI-39152
ROCKWELL MODEM AND RS-232 INTERFACE CARD
ROA 117 2247/1 and ROA 117 2247/2
(1078-ROA 117 2247, Sh. 1, Rev. B)
19
Ericsson Inc.
Private Radio Systems
Mountain View Road
Lynchburg, Virginia 24502
1-800-528-7711 (Outside USA, 804-528-7711)
Printed in U.S.A.
ADDENDUM NO. 1 TO LBI-39152
PURPOSE
This addendum corrects typographic errors and reflects recent changes to a modification referenced in this
manual.
Page 7, Figure 3
The pin number in X5 for “RS-232 TXCLK From GPTC” is incorrect and should be changed from B24 to B25
as shown in the following diagram.
As Shown
Change to Show
U5
VDD
RS-232 RTS
From GPTC
B22
RS-232 CTS
To GPTC
B21
RS-232 TXCLK
From GPTC
B24
MRTS
X3
3 2
MCTS
U5
RS-232 To TTL Converter
2
1
15
R
X7
MTXCLK
7
4
D
R
10
13
VDD
RS-232 RTS
From GPTC
B22
RS-232 CTS
To GPTC
B21
RS-232 TXCLK
From GPTC
B25
MRTS
X3
3 2
MCTS
MTXCLK
RS-232 To TTL Converter
2
1
15
R
X7
7
4
D
R
10
13
Page 12, RMIC Modified for RS-232 Receive
The instructions for modifying the RMIC (ROA 117 2247/1) have been changed so the technician will move the
jumper on X3. Add the following step to the “RMIC Modified for RS-232 Receive” section.
Add the Following
4.
Move jumper X7 from X3 pins 1 & 2 to
X3 pins 3 & 4.
Ericsson Inc.
Private Radio Systems
Mountain View Road
Lynchburg, VA 24502
1-800-528-7711 (Outside USA, 804-528-7711)
Printed in U.S.A.
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
LBI-39152
ROCKWELL MODEM AND RS-232 INTERFACE CARD
ROA 117 2247/1 and ROA 117 2247/2
(1911-ROA 117 2247, Sh. 1, Rev. C)
21
LBI-39152
ROCKWELL MODEM AND RS-232 INTERFACE CARD
ROA 117 2247/1 and ROA 117 2247/2
(1911-ROA 117 2247, Sh. 2, Rev. C)
22
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM