Ericsson EDACS LBI-39077 Specifications

LBI-39076
Mobile Communications
EDACS
Enhanced Local Interconnect (ELI)
System Manual
LBI-39076
CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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LIST OF FIGURES AND TABLES......................................................................................................................... 4
REGULATORY COMPLIANCE............................................................................................................................. 5
SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................................................................................... 6
INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................................................... 7
DESCRIPTION ........................................................................................................................................................ 7
Overview ........................................................................................................................................................... 7
GTI .................................................................................................................................................................... 8
GTI Interface Card............................................................................................................................................. 9
GTI Configurator Software................................................................................................................................ 9
IAM ................................................................................................................................................................... 9
INSTALLATION ..................................................................................................................................................... 9
Overview ........................................................................................................................................................... 9
Radio Software .................................................................................................................................................. 9
Site Controller Hardware ................................................................................................................................... 9
Site Controller Software .................................................................................................................................... 10
Channel Assignments......................................................................................................................................... 11
GTI Software ..................................................................................................................................................... 11
GTI Jumper Positions ........................................................................................................................................ 12
End-to-End, Loop Start............................................................................................................................... 13
End-to-End, Ground Start........................................................................................................................... 13
4-Wire E&M, Microwave........................................................................................................................... 14
4-Wire E&M, Type I .................................................................................................................................. 14
GTI DIP Switch Settings ................................................................................................................................... 15
GTI Interface Card Mounting ............................................................................................................................ 16
GTI Interface Card Software ............................................................................................................................. 16
GTI & IAM Mounting ....................................................................................................................................... 17
GTI Connections................................................................................................................................................ 17
Telephone Line........................................................................................................................................... 17
MASTR III Power Supply/Audio ............................................................................................................... 18
MASTR II & IIe Power Supply/Audio....................................................................................................... 18
PCM/Data Bus............................................................................................................................................ 19
Site Controller Computer............................................................................................................................ 19
IAM Software .................................................................................................................................................... 19
IAM DIP Switch Settings .................................................................................................................................. 20
IAM Connections............................................................................................................................................... 20
Power Supply.............................................................................................................................................. 20
PCM/Data Bus............................................................................................................................................ 20
Alarm Outputs ............................................................................................................................................ 21
Printer RS-232 Port .................................................................................................................................... 21
GETC Modification........................................................................................................................................... 21
CONFIGURATION.................................................................................................................................................. 22
Overview ........................................................................................................................................................... 22
Site Controller Database .................................................................................................................................... 22
GTI Database..................................................................................................................................................... 24
Local Data Link .......................................................................................................................................... 24
Remote Data Link....................................................................................................................................... 25
Copyright September 1994, Ericsson GE Mobile Communications Inc.
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CONTENTS
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TABLE OF CONTENTS (Cont.)
OPERATION ...........................................................................................................................................................
GTI Units ..........................................................................................................................................................
Indicators....................................................................................................................................................
Resets .........................................................................................................................................................
Alarms ........................................................................................................................................................
IAM ...................................................................................................................................................................
Indicators....................................................................................................................................................
Printer.........................................................................................................................................................
Resets .........................................................................................................................................................
Backup .......................................................................................................................................................
Status..........................................................................................................................................................
Alarms ........................................................................................................................................................
Interconnect Calls..............................................................................................................................................
Overview ....................................................................................................................................................
Telephone-Initiated Call.............................................................................................................................
Radio-Initiated Call ....................................................................................................................................
TROUBLESHOOTING ...........................................................................................................................................
GLOSSARY .............................................................................................................................................................
PARTS LIST ............................................................................................................................................................
ELI INTERCONNECT DIAGRAM ........................................................................................................................
ELI INTERFACE MODULE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM .......................................................................................
INSTALLATION CHECKLIST ..............................................................................................................................
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FIGURES AND TABLES
LIST OF FIGURES AND TABLES
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Figure 1 - Typical Enhanced Local Interconnect System.......................................................................................... 7
Figure 2 - GTI Audio Paths ...................................................................................................................................... 8
Figure 3 - Location of Fastener Screws .................................................................................................................... 10
Figure 4 - Location of PROM Card .......................................................................................................................... 10
Figure 5 - Location of PROMs ................................................................................................................................. 10
Figure 6 - Application Software Identification ......................................................................................................... 10
Figure 7 - GTI Software Locations ........................................................................................................................... 11
Figure 8 - GTI Main Software Label ........................................................................................................................ 11
Figure 9 - GTI 552 Software Label........................................................................................................................... 11
Figure 10 - GTI DSP Software Label ....................................................................................................................... 11
Figure 11 - Board Locations for Line-Type Jumpers................................................................................................ 12
Figure 12 - End-to-End Loop Start Circuit ............................................................................................................... 13
Figure 13 - End-to-End Ground Start Circuit............................................................................................................ 13
Figure 14 - 4-Wire E&M Microwave Circuit ........................................................................................................... 14
Figure 15 - 4-Wire E&M Type I Circuit................................................................................................................... 14
Figure 16 - Orientation of DIP Switches................................................................................................................... 15
Figure 17 - GTI Circuit Board Layout ...................................................................................................................... 16
Figure 18 - GTI Interface Card Software Locations ................................................................................................. 16
Figure 19 - GTI Master Software Label.................................................................................................................... 16
Figure 20 - Connections to GTI ................................................................................................................................ 17
Figure 21 - Connections to ELI Interface Module .................................................................................................... 17
Figure 22 - MASTR III Connections ........................................................................................................................ 18
Figure 23 - MASTR II & IIe Connections ................................................................................................................ 18
Figure 24 - PCM / Data Bus Cable ........................................................................................................................... 19
Figure 25 - Site Controller Computer Connections................................................................................................... 19
Figure 26 - IAM Software Locations ........................................................................................................................ 19
Figure 27 - IAM Software Label............................................................................................................................... 20
Figure 28 - IAM DIP Switch Settings....................................................................................................................... 20
Figure 29 - IAM Rear Panel Connections................................................................................................................. 20
Figure 30 - IAM Power Supply Connections............................................................................................................ 20
Figure 31 - IAM Alarm Outputs ............................................................................................................................... 21
Figure 32 - IAM Printer RS-232 Port ....................................................................................................................... 21
Figure 33 - Local GTI Connection for 9-Pin COM Port........................................................................................... 24
Figure 34 - Local GTI Connection for 25-Pin COM Port......................................................................................... 25
Figure 35 - Front Panel of GTI Unit ......................................................................................................................... 26
Figure 36 - Front Panel of IAM ................................................................................................................................ 26
Table 1 - Jumper Positions for Telephone Line Type............................................................................................... 12
Table 2 - Defined DIP Switch Settings ..................................................................................................................... 15
Table 3 - Troubleshooting Symptoms....................................................................................................................... 33
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REGULATORY COMPLIANCE
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REGULATORY COMPLIANCE
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (FCC) REGULATIONS
1. This Telephone Interconnect, before its connection to a Telephone Central Office, must be reported to the
"CENTRALIZED OPERATIONS GROUP" of the local area Telephone Company (not the business office) by the
user, installer, or Installation Supervisor to ensure a smooth installation. The following two Central Office telephone
connection configurations are possible:
a. End-to-End configuration: The FCC registration number of this device (AXAUSA-21009-OT-E), ringer
equivalence number (0.4B), and connection jack (RJ-11) must be reported.
b. Four-Wire E&M configuration: The FCC registration number of this device (AXAUSA-21009-OT-E), ringer
equivalence number (0.0B), service order code (9.0Y & AS.3), facility interface code (TL11M telco end, TL11E
interconnect end), and connection jack (RJ2GX) must be reported.
2. This Telephone Interconnect, before its connection to a Telephone Private Branch Exchange (PBX), must be
reported to the "MAINTENANCE GROUP" of the local area Telephone Supplier by the user, installer, or Installation
Supervisor to ensure a smooth installation. The following three Private Branch Exchange telephone connection
configurations are possible:
a. End-to-End Loop Start configuration: The FCC registration number of this device (AXAUSA-21009-OT-E),
ringer equivalence number (0.4B), service order code (9.0Y), facility interface code (02LS2), and connection jack
(RJ-11) must be reported.
b. End-to-End Ground Start configuration: The FCC registration number of this device (AXAUSA-21009-OT-E),
service order code (9.0Y), facility interface code (02GS2), ringer equivalence number (0.0B), and connection jack
(RJ-11) must be reported.
c. Two wire E & M trunk configuration: The FCC registration number of this device (AXAUSA-21009-OT-E),
ringer equivalence number (0.0B), service order code (9.0Y & AS.3), facility interface code (TL11M telco end and
TL11E interconnect end), and connection jack (RJ2GX) must be reported.
3. The total of all ringer equivalence numbers on any one line should not exceed 5.0 for best performance.
4. This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules. Operation of this device is subject to the following two conditions:
a. Device must not cause harmful interference.
b. Device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
5. This device must not be installed on coin-operated or multi-party telephone lines.
6. E&M answer supervision: Allowing this equipment to be operated in such a manner as to not provide for proper
answer supervision on E&M calls is a violation of Part 68 of FCC rules.
7. Answer supervision will be returned within 500 ms after any of the following three conditions:
a. Incoming call is answered by the called station.
b. Incoming call is routed to a dial prompt.
c. Incoming call is routed to a recorded announcement that can be administered by the CPE (Customer Premise
Equipment) user.
8. If this unit malfunctions, the telephone company may disconnect service temporarily. If disconnection is necessary, the
telephone company must attempt to notify the user in advance, if possible. If not, they must notify the user as soon as
they are able.
9. Repair work on this device must be done by Ericsson GE, or an authorized repair station.
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SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions:
Master GTI ...........................................................1.75" H x 19.00" W x 12.00" D
GTI
................................................................1.75" H x 19.00" W x 12.00" D
IAM
................................................................1.75" H x 19.00" W x 7.00" D
Environmental:
Temperature Range...............................................0° to 70° C (32° to 158° F)
Relative Humidity.................................................95% (max.)
Power:
Input Voltage ........................................................12 Volts dc (nominal)
Input Power
Master GTI ....................................................12 Watts (max.) / 8 Watts (avg.)
GTI ................................................................12 Watts (max.) / 8 Watts (avg.)
IAM ...............................................................6 Watts (avg.)
EDACS Repeater Types:
................................................................MASTR II
................................................................MASTR IIe
................................................................MASTR III
PSTN Line Types:
................................................................End-to-End, Loop Start
................................................................End-to-End, Ground Start
................................................................End-to-End, Battery Reversal to Drop
................................................................End-to-End, Battery Removal to Drop
................................................................2/4-Wire E&M, Type I (Electromechanical Switch)
................................................................2/4-Wire E&M, Type II (Electronic Switch)
PSTN Dialing Types:
Outbound:
................................................................Rotary Dial (Dial Pulse)
................................................................Push-Button Dial (DTMF)
................................................................Multifrequency R1/R2
Inbound Overdial:
................................................................Rotary Dial (Dial Click)
................................................................Push-Button Dial (DTMF)
................................................................Multifrequency R1/R2
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INTRODUCTION / DESCRIPTION
INTRODUCTION
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DESCRIPTION
This manual describes the installation, configuration, and
operation of the Enhanced Local Interconnect (ELI)
option. A companion manual, the Global Telephone
Interconnect (GTI) Configurator user's manual (LBI39077), describes how to use the GTI Configurator
software to configure the GTI units used in the ELI
option.
OVERVIEW
The ELI option is a telephone switching system that
allows authorized radio users to make and receive
telephone interconnect calls on their EDACS radios
without dispatcher assistance. Under the direction of the
Site Controller computer, it can connect any one of up to
20 available EDACS repeater channels to any one of up to
32 available telephone circuits, and maintain up to 20
interconnect calls at any one time.
S
S
PCM
Master GTI
GETC
GETC
Power Monitor Unit
MASTR II/III Repeater
Channel #3
MASTR II/III Repeater
Channel #6
A/P
PCM
Downlink GETC
Redundant Downlink GETC
Power Supply
Power Supply
Site Controller Computer
GETC
IAM (Optional)
GETC
GTI
GETC
MASTR II/III Repeater
Channel #2
MASTR II/III Repeater
Channel #5
MASTR II/III Repeater
Channel #8
A/P
PCM
Power Supply
Power Supply
Power Supply
GETC
GETC
GTI
GETC
MASTR II/III Repeater
Channel #1
MASTR II/III Repeater
Channel #4
MASTR II/III Repeater
Channel #7
T
P
Alarm and Control Unit
Test Unit
Modem / Guardog Chassis
Power Supply
A/P
Power Supply
Power Supply
Power Supply
First Repeater Cabinet
Second Repeater Cabinet
Third Repeater Cabinet
Uninterruptible Power Supply
Site Controller Cabinet
Figure 1 - Typical Enhanced Local Interconnect System
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DESCRIPTION
The Site Controller computer directs up to 16 levels of
toll call restrictions, up to 15 rotary hunt sequences, 8 dequeuing priority levels, and inbound interconnect
enable/disable assignments, for each ID number. It also
accumulates interconnect call activity data for the System
Manager.
The standard ELI option consists of one or more GTI
units, one GTI Interface card, one set of two GTI
Configurator software diskettes, one set of two Site
Controller computer Personality PROMs, and the
necessary cables and hardware. The ELI option may also
consist of an optional IAM unit. The GTI interface card is
to be installed into one of the GTI units making it the
Master GTI.
The ELI option utilizes a distributed switching system
architecture that distributes the switching function
between the separate GTI units rather than concentrating it
at a centrally located telephone switch. Additionally, each
GTI unit receives its power from a separate repeater
power supply.
The repeater channel interface provides the following
functions:
• Decodes DTMF from radio for radio-originated
call.
• Sends ringback or busy tone to radio for radiooriginated call.
• Sends ringing signal to radio for telephoneoriginated call.
• Sends voice prompts to radio.
Repeater
CODEC
Digital/Analog
Digital
Signal
Interface
Converter
Processor
Bus
Driver
and
Receiver
Telephone
CODEC
Digital
Interface
Digital/Analog
Converter
Signal
Processor
A typical ELI installation containing two GTI units, a
Master GTI, and an optional IAM is shown in Figure 1.
The function of each cable and bus termination shown, is
as follows (see parts list for part numbers):
PCM / Data Bus
S - The serial data cables connect the Master GTI to
the Site Controller computer. (Two are used.)
Figure 2 - GTI Audio Paths
P - The power cable connects the optional IAM to the
power supply of the associated repeater. (One is
used if an IAM is supplied.)
The telephone line interface provides the following
functions for telephone-originated calls:
• Detects signaling from telephone line.
A/P - The audio/power cable connects a GTI or
Master GTI to a MASTR III repeater and its power
supply. (One is used for each GTI or Master GTI
assigned to a MASTR III repeater.)
• Applies signaling to seize telephone line.
PCM - The PCM/Data bus sections connect each GTI,
the Master GTI, and the optional IAM in a daisychain. (Section lengths depend upon the position of
the units. The total number of bus sections is one
less than total number of units used.)
• Sends voice prompts to telephone.
T - The termination for the PCM/Data bus terminates
the high channel end of the bus. (One is used.)
• Detects and decodes overdialed telephone number
digits.
• Detects end-of-call signaling from telephone line.
• Removes signaling to drop telephone line
The telephone line interface provides the following
functions for radio-originated calls:
• Applies signaling to seize telephone line.
GTI
• Detects signaling from telephone line.
The GTI (Global Telephone Interconnect) contains both a
repeater channel interface and a telephone line interface.
For each interface, the GTI contains both analog-to-digital
and digital-to-analog converters, and a digital signal
processor. The relation of these circuits to the audio paths
is shown in Figure 2.
• Generates and applies outbound telephone number
digits.
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• Sends voice prompts to telephone.
• Detects end-of-call signaling from telephone line.
• Removes signaling to drop telephone line.
DESCRIPTION
One GTI converts the analog audio signal (from the radio
connected to it) into a digital signal for placement onto the
PCM/Data bus. Another GTI (or the same GTI) converts
the digital signal from the PCM/Data bus back to an audio
signal (for the telephone line connected to it). A similar
route is taken by the signal from the telephone line to the
radio. Each channel has its own time slot on PCM/Data
bus so as not to interfere with any other channel.
GTI INTERFACE CARD
The GTI Interface card serves as the information and
command interface between the Site Controller computer
and all the GTI units at the site, through the PCM/Data
bus. It is installed in only one GTI at a site, which then
becomes the Master GTI.
GTI CONFIGURATOR SOFTWARE
The GTI Configurator software is a PC-based, menudriven program (supplied in both 3.5-inch and 5.25-inch
floppy formats) that allows the system operator to change
parameters in the GTI database, retrieve GTI call records,
and monitor the system activity.
INSTALLATION
OVERVIEW
The installation of the ELI option has been divided into 15
steps, which are described in this section. Not all steps
will apply to all installations. Follow only those steps that
apply to the equipment supplied, or the existing
equipment on hand. These 15 installation steps plus the
configuration of the Site Controller database (contained in
the Configuration section of this manual) and the
configuration of the GTI database (contained in the GTI
Configurator software user’s guide) are summarized in the
Installation Checklist at the end of this manual.
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IAM
The optional IAM (Interconnect Accounting Manager) is
a microprocessor-based call-detail buffer, containing two
megabytes of battery-backed RAM to provide storage for
up to 60,000 call detail records, compatible with the
EDACS Billing Correlation Unit. At the completion of
each call, a call detail record of that call is sent to the
IAM. The IAM provides a serial data port for a printer to
be connected to print real-time records of calls being
placed on the system. Records can also be retrieved from
the IAM at any time using the PC-based GTI Configurator
software. Call detail records contain the following
information:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Record Type
Start Time
Elapsed Time
Call Type
Radio User ID
Line Number
Channel Number
Phone Number Dialed (up to 20 digits)
RADIO SOFTWARE
The 1st step needed to install the ELI option applies only
to MDR full-duplex radios. If you plan to use this type of
radio with your ELI system, make sure their 344A4271
software is group 2 (G2) or higher.
SITE CONTROLLER HARDWARE
The 2nd step needed to install the ELI option is to verify
that a VAX configuration of the Site Controller computer
is being used in the system where the option is to be
installed. The PDP configuration does not support the ELI
option.
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SITE CONTROLLER SOFTWARE
The 3rd step needed to install the ELI option is to check
the version of the Site Controller computer’s Application
Software. If it does not support the ELI option, you must
obtain and install a newer version of Application Software
that does. You must also replace the two existing
Personality PROMs, whether the Application Software
PROMs need replacing or not.
To check the version of the Application Software PROMs
and replace the Personality PROMs, you must turn off the
Site Controller computer. Then loosen the two fastener
screws holding the back panel to the chassis (see Figure
3), rotate the back panel down and out of the way (be
careful not to damage the ribbon cables), and remove the
PROM Card (see Figure 4) by pulling on the two tabs
fastened to the front edge of the card (observe standard
handling practices for static sensitive components). The
set of 14 Application Software PROMs (see Figure 5)
each must be marked 344A3265Gx, where x = 5 or higher
(see Figure 6).
The two new Personality PROMs (provided with the ELI
option) specify the ELI mode and contain the default
telephone interconnect parameters specifically configured
for the ELI option. If the site is to be operated without a
System Manager, it is especially important for these
parameters to reflect the exact hardware installed and the
exact operational characteristics desired. For more
information, see “Site Controller Database” in the
Configuration section.
Fastener Screw
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Personality
PROMs
01-02
14
01
09
02
10
11
05
12
06
07
01
08
Application
Software
PROMs
01-14
02
03
04
Figure 5 - Location of PROMs
Software Revision
344A3265G5
VAX SITE CTRLR
EDACS
01
C 1994 BY ERICSSON GE
Fastener Screw
PROM Location
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0 SM
Figure 3 - Location of Fastener Screws
PROM Card
Figure 6 - Application Software Identification
The following notes are for anyone who might supply
information for the Site Controller computer’s Personality
PROMs.
The “Max Line” field needs to know the highest line
number used. For ELI systems, line numbers are typically
assigned the highest equipped repeater channel numbers.
Therefore, a seven-channel ELI site with three lines would
have line numbers five through seven, and you would use
seven in the “Max Line” field.
The “Rotary Defaults” field should list only existing line
numbers. Listing non-existent line numbers will delay line
selection for radio-initiated interconnect calls. In the
previous example, line numbers one through four would
not exist and should not be used in the “Rotary Defaults”
field.
Figure 4 - Location of PROM Card
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CHANNEL ASSIGNMENTS
The 4th step needed to install the ELI option, is to assign
each GTI unit (including the Master GTI) to a repeater
channel. Because the jumpers and DIP switches must be
configured in the GTI units before they are mounted with
their assigned repeater channel, there is an opportunity to
get them mixed up and mounted with the wrong repeater
channel. To assure that this doesn’t happen, the channel
assignments can be temporarily marked on the GTI units
before they are configured, or the GTI units can be
configured and mounted one at a time.
The standard method used to determine GTI unit channel
assignments, is to assign all of the GTI units first,
followed by the Master GTI. Start by assigning the first
GTI to the highest numbered repeater channel, the next
GTI to the next highest numbered repeater channel, and so
on until all GTI units, and then the Master GTI are
assigned.
You may use some other method for placement. However,
using the standard placement assures that the supplied
cables are of the correct length and the PCM/Data Bus
will be as short as possible (must not exceed 120 feet in
length).
GTI SOFTWARE
The 5th step needed to install the ELI option, is to record
the software version numbers marked on the software
PROMs in the GTI units. If a problem is later encountered
with the equipment, the software version numbers may be
essential to help with the diagnosis.
The location of the software PROMs in the GTI unit is
shown in Figure 7.
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The GTI Main software is stored in U21 and U23 on the
processor board. A sample label for U21 is shown in
Figure 8. The label for U23 is identical except for the
circuit location. The actual version number of the software
supplied may be different than that shown.
Software Version #
(C) ZETRON INC.
GTI MAIN
V1.03
2#56022
9/94
U21
601-0605
Circuit Location
Figure 8 - GTI Main Software Label
The GTI 552 software is stored in U63 on the main board.
A sample label for U63 is shown in Figure 9. The actual
version number of the software supplied may be different
than that shown.
Software Version #
(C) ZETRON INC.
GTI 552
2#56022
U63
V1.3
7/94
601-0607
Circuit Location
Figure 9 - GTI 552 Software Label
The DSP software is stored in U72 on the main board. A
sample label for U72 is shown in Figure 10. The actual
version number of the software supplied may be different
than that shown.
Software Version #
U21
U23
U63
U72
(C) ZETRON INC.
GTI DSP
V1.00
2#56022
7/94
U72
641-0017
Circuit Location
FRONT
Figure 7 - GTI Software Locations
Figure 10 - GTI DSP Software Label
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is being used, special care must be taken to keep track of
which GTI is configured for which type of circuit.
GTI JUMPER POSITIONS
The 6th step needed to install the ELI option, is to
remove the cover from each GTI unit that is to be
connected to a telephone circuit (including the Master
GTI), and set the jumpers (and add or remove fuses F2
and F3) for the specific type of telephone circuit to be
connected to it If more than one type of telephone circuit
Figure 11 shows the locations of these jumpers and fuses
on the GTI's main board. Table 1 lists which jumpers and
fuses are used for which telephone circuit type. Simplified
interface circuits for these telephone circuit types,
including some variations, are described next.
RJ-45
Telephone Line
Connector
D
JP1
C
M
C
F
B
E
C
B
A
JP4
JP5
D
D
A
A
JP2
JP3
C
M
B
B
D
A
JP6
F2
F3
B
JP8
C
JP7
A
JP9
B
A
JP11
JP10
JP12 JP13
B
A
JP14 JP15
B
B
A
A
Figure 11 - Board Locations for Line-Type Jumpers
Table 1 - Jumper Positions for Line Type Jumpers
LINE TYPE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 F2&F3
-
B
B
-
-
-
-
A
B
-
-
-
A A A
OUT
End-to-End, Ground Start
D +M
B
B
-
-
-
-
B
A
-
-
B
A A A
IN
4-Wire E&M, Microwave
F
A+C
A + C IN IN C + M
-
-
-
-
-
A
-
B
B
OUT
4-Wire E&M, Type I
M
A+C
A+C
-
-
-
-
-
B
-
B
B
IN
End-to-End, Loop Start
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FUSES
JUMPER POSITIONS FOR JP1 THROUGH JP15
-
-
C +M
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End-to-End, Loop Start
End-to-End, Ground Start
Figure 12 shows the GTI telephone interface circuit
connected per Table 1 for End-to-End, Loop Start. Two
wires are needed to connect to the telephone company
side. Battery for the loop current is provided by the
telephone company.
Figure 13 shows the GTI telephone interface circuit
connected per Table 1 for End-to-End, Ground Start. Two
wires are needed to connect to the telephone company
side.
1
1
Ring
Send Audio
2
4
Line
Hold
&
Loop
Current
Sense
Ring
Det.
5
6
Transformer
To
PSTN
Hybrid
4
5
Line
Hold
&
Loop
Current
Sense
Ring
Det.
6
Transformer
Hybrid
7
7
8
Send Audio
-
3
3
To
PSTN
Ring
2
Rec Audio
Tip
8
Rec Audio
Tip
Current Sense
K3
K3
-48V
K2
-
Figure 12 - End-to-End Loop Start Circuit
Figure 13 - End-to-End Ground Start Circuit
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INSTALLATION
4-Wire E&M, Microwave
4-Wire E&M, Type I
Figure 14 shows the GTI telephone interface circuit
connected per Table 1 for 4-Wire E&M, Microwave.
Eight wires are needed to connect to the telephone
company side. Ground/battery for the M Lead and E Lead
are provided by the microwave.
Figure 15 shows the GTI telephone interface circuit
connected per Table 1 for 4-Wire E&M, Type I. Six wires
are needed to connect to the telephone company side.
Ground for the M Lead and -48V for the E Lead are
provided by the GTI.
1
2
3
To
Microwave
4
5
6
7
8
M-Lead Return
1
M Lead
2
4-W Send
4-W Rec
3
Transformer
Rec Audio
To
PSTN
4-W Rec
4-W Send
E Lead
Transformer
Send Audio.
E-Lead Det.
E-Lead Return
Figure 14 - 4-Wire E&M Microwave Circuit
4
5
6
7
M Lead
4-W Send
4-W Rec
Transformer
Rec Audio
Transformer
Send Audio
4-W Rec
4-W Send
E Lead
E-Lead Det.
-48V
8
-
Figure 15 - 4-Wire E&M Type I Circuit
To Reverse 4-Wire Audio
To Reverse 4-Wire Audio
The 4-Wire audio connections shown in Table 1 require
the audio to enter the GTI on pins 4&5 and the audio to
leave the GTI on pins 3&6. To reverse this, change
jumpers JP2 and JP3 from A&C to B&D.
The 4-Wire audio connections shown in Table 1 require
the audio to enter the GTI on pins 4&5 and the audio to
leave the GTI on pins 3&6. To reverse this, change
jumpers JP2 and JP3 from A&C to B&D.
To Reverse E and M Leads
To Reverse E and M Leads
The jumper positions shown in Table 1 for 4-Wire E&M
require that the E Lead is connected to pin 7 of the GTI,
and the M Lead to pin 2. To reverse this, change jumpers
JP6 from C&M to B&D.
The jumper positions shown in Table 1 require that the E
Lead is connected to pin 7 and the M Lead to pin 2. To
reverse this, change jumpers JP6 from C&M to B&D.
To Change E-Lead Reference
To Change E-Lead Reference
The jumper positions shown in Table 1 provide a
normally-open relay contact for the E Lead. To change
this to a normally-closed contact, change jumper JP1 from
M to A.
The jumper positions shown in Table 1 provide a -48V
reference for the E Lead. To change this reference to
ground, change jumper JP12 from B to A.
To Change M-Lead Reference
The jumper positions shown in Table 1 provide a ground
reference for the M-Lead. To change this reference to 48V, change jumper JP1 from M to A.
14
INSTALLATION
GTI DIP SWITCH SETTINGS
The 7th step needed to install the ELI option, is to set the
two 8-section DIP switches through openings in the right
side of the GTI chassis. The orientation of the DIP
switches is shown in Figure 16.
FRONT
1
1
0
0
1
8
1
SW2
8
SW1
LBI-39076
DIP switch SW1, positions 1 through 6, are used to
identify the assigned repeater channel number, also known
as the telephone circuit number if one is to be connected
to the GTI. DIP switch SW1, positions 7&8, are not used.
DIP switch SW2, positions 1 through 4, are used to
identify the type of telephone circuit to be connected to
the GTI. DIP switch SW2, position 5, is not used. DIP
switch SW2, positions 6 through 8, are used to set the
baud rate for the serial data port to the Configurator
terminal (see “GTI Configuration” in the Configuration
section).
Table 2 summarizes all the defined DIP switch settings for
SW1 and SW2. "1" indicates that the DIP switch section
lever is up; "0" is down.
Figure 16 - Orientation of DIP Switches
Table 2 - Defined DIP Switch Settings
See
Parameter
Below
SW2
SWITCH SECTION
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Telephone
Line Type:
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
X
X
X
X
0
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
No Telephone Line Connected
2-Wire End-to-End loop start
2-Wire End-to-End ground start
4-Wire E&M Microwave
4-Wire E&M Type 1 Immediate Start
4-Wire E&M Type 1 Wink Start
Configurator Terminal
Serial Data Rate:
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
300
1200
2400
4800
9600
19200
Baud
Baud
Baud
Baud
Baud
Baud
SW1
SWITCH SECTION
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
GTI
UNIT
#
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
15
LBI-39076
INSTALLATION
GTI INTERFACE CARD MOUNTING
GTI INTERFACE CARD SOFTWARE
The 8th step needed to install the ELI option, is to make a
Master GTI from a standard GTI by adding a GTI
Interface card. Each standard GTI contains two printed
circuit boards, mounted as shown in Figure 17. A third
board, the GTI Interface card, is added to one GTI unit at
a site, making it the Master GTI. After the cover has been
removed, add the GTI Interface card as follows:
The 9th step needed to install the ELI option, is to record
the software version numbers marked on the software
PROMs of the GTI Interface card. If a problem is ever
encountered with the equipment, the software version
numbers may be essential to help with the diagnosis.
1. Remove the five screws (don't throw them away)
holding the GTI Processor board, and replace them
with five screw-in standoffs supplied with the GTI
Interface card.
2. Carefully position the GTI Interface card above the
GTI Processor board, so that the 14 pins of P1 on
the GTI Processor board line up with the 14-pin
socket on the under side of the GTI Interface card,
and push the GTI Interface card down to the
standoffs.
The location of the software PROMs on the GTI Interface
card is shown in Figure 18. Don’t confuse these with the
similarly numbered software PROMs on the GTI
Processor board underneath.
U21
U23
3. Fasten the GTI Interface card to the standoffs
using the five screws removed in step 1.
FRONT
Figure 18 - GTI Interface Card Software Locations
P1
PROCESSOR
BOARD
MAIN
BOARD
The GTI Master software is stored in U21 and U23 on the
GTI Interface card. A sample label for U21 is shown in
Figure 19. The label for U23 is identical except for the
circuit location. The actual revision of the software
supplied may be different than that shown.
Software Version #
FRONT
Figure 17 - GTI Circuit Board Layout
(C) ZETRON INC.
GTI MASTER
V1.1
2#56022
9/94
U21
601-0606
Circuit Location
Figure 19 - GTI Master Software Label
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INSTALLATION
LBI-39076
GTI & IAM MOUNTING
Telephone Line
The 10th step needed to install the ELI option, is to
mount the GTI units, Master GTI, and optional IAM (if
supplied). Before mounting the GTI units (including the
Master GTI), be sure that the following items have been
completed:
The ELI Interface module, in the EDACS Interface panel
at the top of each repeater cabinet, is used to consolidate
the telephone connections for 6 telephone lines from up to
6 GTI units into a single 25-pair IDC telco connector for
connection to a Type 66 (or equivalent) punchblock and
the telephone company. A second 25-pair IDC telco
connector is provided on each module to allow a 25-pair
cable to connect this module in tandem with a similar
module in an adjacent repeater cabinet.
•
•
•
•
•
Record GTI software version numbers.
Check GTI jumper positions.
Check GTI DIP switch settings.
Install GTI interface card in Master GTI.
Record GTI interface card software version
number.
• Record IAM software version numbers.
The GTI units, Master GTI, and optional IAM (if
supplied) are mounted in the repeater cabinets in the
positions shown in Figure 1. The standard method used to
determine the placement for the GTI units, Master GTI,
and optional IAM, is to assign the positions of all GTI
units first, followed by the Master GTI, and finally the
optional IAM. Start by assigning the first GTI to the
highest numbered repeater channel, the next GTI to the
next highest numbered repeater channel, and so on until
all GTI units, then the Master GTI, and finally the
optional IAM (if supplied) are assigned.
The customer may use some other method for placement.
However, using the standard placement assures that the
supplied cables are of the correct length to connect to the
EDACS site, and assures that the PCM/Data Bus will be
as short as possible (must not exceed 120 feet in length).
CAUTION
All telephone lines must come through protected
punchblocks (or equivalent protection) before being
connected to this equipment.
For each GTI that is to be connected to a telephone line,
connect a phone cable from the female 8-pin modular RJ45 connector in the back of the GTI to one of the female
8-pin modular RJ-45 connectors (J1 through J6) on the
front of the GTI Interface module in the EDACS Interface
Panel at the top of the cabinet (see Figure 21). Use a
phone cable that matches the location of the GTI unit:
• Use a 44" 19B803829P1 phone cable when the
GTI is located with the top repeater.
• Use a 60" 19B803829P2 phone cable when the
GTI is located with the middle repeater.
• Use a 76" 19B803829P3 phone cable when the
GTI is located with the bottom repeater.
The 350A1154G1 GTI hardware kit, supplied with each
GTI unit, provides a pair of offset brackets to brace the
rear of the GTI unit to the back rails of the cabinet.
GTI CONNECTIONS
J14
The 11th step needed to install the ELI option, is to make
the connections to the GTI units (including the Master
GTI). All of the connections can be made to the
connectors on the rear panel as shown in Figure 20.
J15
J1
Telephone
Company
Connections
J2
J3
J4
GTI
Connections
J5
J6
Telephone
Line
Power Supply/
Repeater Audio
PCM/Data
Bus
GTI Configurator
RS-232 Port
ELI INTERFACE
J3
PROGRAM
PHONE
POWER/AUDIO
PCM/DATA BUS
Master GTI Connections to Site Controller Computer
To Port 30
To Port 31
Figure 21 - Connections to ELI Interface Module
Figure 20 - Connections to GTI
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LBI-39076
INSTALLATION
MASTR III Power Supply/Audio
If the GTI unit is to be connected to a MASTR III
repeater channel, connect a 19B803830P1 cable from the
male 1x6-pin Molex connector on the back of the GTI
(marked "POWER/AUDIO") to P4 on the MASTR III
repeater T/R Shelf backplane, and to P801 on the repeater
power supply, as shown in Figure 22. Note that the power
supply end of the cable comes with pins attached to wires,
but no connector shell. These pins are to be inserted into
the existing connector shell already connected to P801 on
the power supply. Insert the pin on the red wire into pin
position 3 and the pin on the black wire into pin position
6.
2. Remove pin 2 from the shorter connector, P41, and
insert the pin back into the longer connector, P40, as
pin 5.
3. Remove pin 3 (attached to the two W/Y/BN colored
wires) from the longer connector, P40, and insert the
pin back into the same connector, but now as pin 4.
4. Cut the short loop of white wire between pins 1 and 2
in the longer connector, P40.
5. Remove pin 1 from the longer connector, P40, and
insert the pin back into the same connector, but now as
pin 3.
NOTE
GTI
T/R Shelf Backplane
POWER/AUDIO
Tx Audio
Rx Audio
PTT
Gnd
+12 Vdc
P4
1
2
4
5
6
#24 BRN
#24 BLU
#24 YEL
#24 BLK
1
6
5
2
MIC_HI
INTRCM_AUDIO
LOCAL_PTT
AGND
Once the MASTR II or IIe repeater harness has been
modified per steps 4 and 5, a GTI unit must be
connected to the repeater harness at all times to
complete the audio loop of the repeater. If the GTI unit
ever needs to be removed, you must reconnect the
jumper cut in step 4. Because of the pin change in step
5, the jumper will be needed between pins 2 and 3.
Existing Connector
Power Supply
P801
19B803830P1 Cable
#22 BLK
#22 RED
6
3
Neg
Pos
Plug this rearranged P40 into the male 1x6-pin Molex
connector (marked "POWER/AUDIO") on the back of the
GTI. See Figure 23.
GTI
T/R Shelf Backplane
P40
POWER/AUDIO
Figure 22 - MASTR III Connections
MASTR II or IIe Power Supply/Audio
If the GTI unit is to be connected to a MASTR II or IIe
repeater channel, the existing 19C320811G15 or G16
harness for the MASTR II or IIe repeater channel must be
modified. The modification involves two existing
connectors on the harness: P40 - a 1x6-pin Molex
connector, and P41 - a 1x2-pin Molex connector. These
connectors will be found secured to the harness as it goes
to J1201, J1202, J1203, and J1204 on the backplane of
the repeater. Use the following procedure to rearrange the
wires from these two connectors into the single connector,
P40, and then connect it to the GTI unit:
1. Remove pin 1 from the shorter connector, P41, using a
small screwdriver or scribe to depress the tongue of
the pin in the open slot in the side of the connector
while you pull gently on the wires going to the pin.
Insert the pin into the longer connector, P40, as pin 6.
18
Rx Audio
2
Tx Audio
PTT
3
Gnd
+12 Vdc
5
6
4
P3
W-BK
J1203
7
TRANS AUDIO HI
11
TRANS AUDIO LO
W-BK-R
W-Y-BR
Rec/Exc Door
P8
Modified Part of
19C320811G15 or G16 Harness
W-Y-BR
J933
6
TRANS AUDIO HI
5
TRANS AUDIO LO
6
5
4
P40 3
2
1
Power Supply
P801
P9
#22 BLK
#22 RED
5
Neg
3
Pos
Figure 23 - MASTR II & IIe Connections
INSTALLATION
LBI-39076
PCM/Data Bus
The PCM/Data bus is made up of a PCM/Data bus
termination plug and one or more 12-pair shielded cables
daisy-chained between each GTI, the Master GTI, and the
optional IAM (if present). These cables have a stackable
24-pin connector on one end, and a standard 24-pin
connector on the other.
To install the data bus cables, connect the IAM unit (if
present) first, then the Master GTI unit, and finally the
standard GTI units (from the lowest channel to the highest
channel). Plug the standard connector of the first cable
directly into the first unit, and the stackable connector of
the first cable directly into the second unit. Then plug the
standard connector of the second cable into the stackable
connector of the first cable (which is plugged into the
second unit), and the stackable connector of the second
cable directly into the third unit. Continue connecting the
cables in this way until all units are connected together.
Then, plug the PCM/Data bus termination plug into the
stackable connector of the last cable (which is plugged
into the last unit).
Figure 1 shows the standard routing for a typical ELI
system. Figure 24 shows the pin-out information for
PCM/Data bus cables.
Female Part of Connector Mates with Next Cable
Male Part of Connector Mates with GTI / IAM
1
1
13
13
1
PCM Data Bus - Bit 0
2
2
14
3
14
3
15
15
4
4
16
5
16
5
17
17
6
6
18
7
18
7
19
19
8
8
20
9
20
9
21
21
10
10
22
11
22
11
23
23
12
12
24
24
13
2
PCM Data Bus - Bit 1
14
3
PCM Data Bus - Bit 2
15
4
PCM Data Bus - Bit 3
16
5
PCM Data Bus - Bit 4
17
6
PCM Data Bus - Bit 5
18
7
PCM Data Bus - Bit 6
19
8
PCM Data Bus - Bit 7
20
9
PCM Data Bus - Frame Sync
21
10
Console Data Bus
22
11
Subscriber Data Bus
23
12
Repeater Data Bus
24
Site Controller Computer
Two data cables must connect the Master GTI to the Site
Controller computer. Connect a 19B803826P1 cable from
the left female RJ-11-6 connector on the back of the
Master GTI, to Port 30 on the back of the Site Controller
computer. Connect a 19B803826P2 cable from the right
female RJ-11-6 connector on the back of the Master GTI,
to Port 31 on the back of the Site Controller computer.
The locations of Ports 30 and 31 on the back of the Site
Controller computer are shown in Figure 25.
Figure 24 - PCM/Data Bus Cable
Port 31 (LIC)
Port 30 (RIC)
IAM SOFTWARE
The 12th step needed to install the ELI option applies
only if an IAM was supplied. Record the software version
number marked on the software PROM in the IAM unit. If
a problem is later encountered with the equipment, the
software version number may be essential to help with the
diagnosis.
Figure 25 - Site Controller Computer Connections
U23
The location of the software PROM in the IAM unit is
shown in Figure 26.
FRONT
Figure 26 - IAM Software Locations
19
LBI-39076
INSTALLATION
The IAM software is stored in U23 in the IAM. A sample
label for U23 is shown in Figure 27. The actual version
number of the software supplied may be different than that
shown.
Software Version #
(C) ZETRON INC.
IAM
V1.2
2#56022
8/94
U23
601-0537/
IAM CONNECTIONS
The 14th step needed to install the ELI option applies
only if an IAM was supplied. All connections to the IAM
are made to connectors on the rear panel, as shown in
Figure 29.
PCM / Data
Bus
Power Supply
P2
POWER
Alarm
Outputs
ALARM
Printer
RS-232 Port
PRINTER
Circuit Location
Figure 29 - IAM Rear Panel Connections
Figure 27 - IAM Software Label
Power Supply
IAM DIP SWITCH SETTINGS
The 13th step needed to install the ELI option applies
only if an IAM was supplied. Set the DIP switch sections
on the front of the IAM unit as needed. Figure 28 shows
the layout of the DIP switch and the function of each
section. Set section 1 to the operate (down) position.
Section 8 is not used.
Connect a 19B803968P1 cable from the male 1x6-pin
Molex connector on the back of the IAM (marked
"POWER") to P801 on the repeater power supply, as
shown in Figure 30. Note that the power supply end of the
cable comes with pins attached to the wires, but no
connector shell. These pins are to be inserted into the
existing connector shell already connected to P801 on the
power supply.
The position of each DIP Switch section (except section 5
which controls data to the printer) is read only when the
unit is reset. This means that changing the position of any
of the other DIP switch sections will have no effect until
the unit is reset or power-cycled.
For a power supply connected to a MASTR III repeater,
insert the pin on the red wire into pin position 3 and the
pin on the black wire into pin position 6.
DIP Switch Layout
Up
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Down (Dn)
For a power supply connected to a MASTR II or IIe
repeater, remove the existing pins in pin positions 3 and 5,
and tie back. Then insert the pin on the red wire into pin
position 3 and the pin on the black wire into pin position
5.
Existing Connector
Setting of Switch Section
Function
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Up
Dn
Dn
Dn
Dn
Dn
Up
Dn
Dn
Up
Up
Dn
Dn
Up
Dn
Up
Dn
Up
Dn
Up
Dn
Up
Dn
8
Mode of Operation
Test
Operate
Baud Rate to Printer
300
1200
2400
4800
9600
Data to Printer
On
Off
Printer Handshake
Use Xon/Xoff
Use both Xon/Xoff & DTR
Alarm Output
Active High
Active Low
Figure 28 - IAM DIP Switch Settings
20
IAM
Power Supply
POWER
P801
Gnd
5
+12 Vdc
6
19B803968P1 Cable
Black
Red
*
Neg
3
Pos
* 5 for MASTR II and IIe
6 for MASTR III
Figure 30 - IAM Power Supply Connections
PCM/Data Bus
Connect the PCM/Data bus cables as instructed in the
previous section for the GTI units.
INSTALLATION
LBI-39076
Alarm Outputs
The IAM provides three open-drain alarm outputs for the
user to connect to an alarm system, if desired. These alarm
outputs will go through indeterminate states during IAM
power-up or reset. If the Active High output configuration
is selected by setting DIP switch section 7 to the up
position, all alarms will be active if the IAM loses power.
Conversely, if the Active Low output configuration is
selected by setting DIP switch section 7 to the down
position, no alarms will be active if the IAM loses power.
The standard ELI option does not provide a cable for this
connection, but pin-out information is shown in Figure 31.
Pins 7 through 10 are not used.
ALARM OUTPUTS CONNECTOR
1
2
3
Pin
Alarm
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Ground
Alarm 1
Ground
Alarm 2
Ground
Alarm 3
Ground
Alarm 4
Ground
Alarm 5
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Function
SMDR Full or Memory Error
Bus Failure
Low Battery
Not Used
Not Used
Figure 31 - IAM Alarm Outputs
Printer RS-232 Port
A female 9-pin RS-232 serial printer port, labeled
“PRINTER”, is provided in the rear panel of the IAM
allowing you to connect a printer to keep real-time records
of calls being placed on your system (a record is printed
after each call ends). The proper baud rate for the port can
be selected using DIP switch sections 2 through 4. The
serial printer port can be turned off and on using DIP
switch section 5. The proper handshaking protocol for
your printer can be selected using DIP switch section 6.
The IAM can use both hardware and software
handshaking, or just software handshaking. The standard
ELI option does not provide a cable for this connection,
but pin-out information is shown in Figure 32.
PRINTER RS-232 CONNECTOR
1
2
6
3
7
4
8
Pin
Function
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
DTR (Output)
NC
Tx Data (Output)
Rx Data (Input)
Ground
NC
CTS (Input)
NC
Ground
5
9
Figure 32 - IAM Printer RS-232 Port
Connecting a serial printer can sometimes entail some trial
and error to get things set up properly. If you need to
change any of the DIP switch settings, be sure to do a soft
reset on the IAM (the IAM will only look at the DIP
switch settings as part of the reset sequence).
A soft reset is accomplished by pushing the RESET
button on the front panel two times. If the time between
the two pushes is too short or too long, the reset will be
aborted. The two pushes should be about 1/2 second apart.
When the two pushes of the Reset button are spaced
correctly, the front panel LEDs will all flash
simultaneously as the IAM resets.
GETC MODIFICATION
The 15th step needed to install the ELI option applies
only to MASTR III repeaters. If a MASTR III repeater
will be connected to a GTI unit or the Master GTI, the
associated GETC must be modified. (This does not apply
to MASTR II or IIe EDACS repeaters.)
Remove power from the GETC shelf and pull out the tray
containing the circuit boards until you can reach the
connectors along the rear edge of the main circuit board.
Disconnect the connector going to J7 (third connector
from the right). Carefully extract pin 8, using a small
screwdriver or scribe to depress the tongue of the pin in
the open slot in the side of the connector while you pull
gently on the wire going to the pin. Tape the pin to the
cable and reconnect the connector to J7.
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CONFIGURATION
OVERVIEW
The user configurable parameters for the ELI option
reside in two locations: the Site Controller computer’s
database and the GTI units’ database. The configuration
of these two databases is covered in this section.
SITE CONTROLLER DATABASE
The overall operation of the ELI option is controlled by
the software in the Site Controller computer and the active
configuration of the Site Controller computer’s database.
This active configuration must reflect the installed
telephone interconnect hardware and the desired
operational characteristics.
If the Site Controller computer is not connected to a
System Manager, the active configuration of its database
will always be the default configuration contained in its
Personality PROMs. Therefore, this default configuration
must reflect the installed telephone interconnect hardware
and the desired operational characteristics.
If the Site Controller computer is connected to a System
Manager, the default configuration contained in its
Personality PROMs is not as critical, since it can be reconfigured with the System Manager. However, it must
still specify the ELI option, and should reflect the installed
telephone interconnect hardware and the desired
operational characteristics well enough to run the
interconnect system in an emergency. (Whenever the Site
Controller computer loses power or is reset, the active
configuration of the Site Controller computer’s database
reverts to (and will operate by) the default configuration
until the latest database can again be obtained from the
System Manager.)
The following user-configurable database parameters
apply to local telephone interconnect systems. The menu
selection and panel references, following each parameter
and its description, locate the data field for the parameter
in the System Manager software. Notes specifically for the
ELI system are shown where they apply.
Interconnect - Defines if a channel is equipped to handle
telephone interconnect calls - default is no (N) for all
channels.
Site/Device Definition (menu selection 10)
Channel Configuration (panel 1:4)
Note that GTI units are usually placed on the highest
available channel numbers.
Message Conv Limit - Defines the conversation time
limit for message trunked conversations and
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interconnect call conversations, in multiples of 10
seconds - default is 30 (300 seconds or 5 minutes).
Site/Device Definition (menu selection 10)
Site Parameters (panel 2:4)
Channel Assignment Parameters
Interconnect Hang Time - Defines the time between an
unkey command and channel drop - default is 30
seconds.
Site/Device Definition (menu selection 10)
Site Parameters (panel 2:4)
Channel Assignment Parameters
NOTE
Although the Interconnect Hang Time (IHT) can be set
higher than 60 seconds, the GTI unit will wait no more
than 60 seconds for a telephone-originated call to be
answered. Therefore, setting the IHT to more than 60
seconds will not allow more than 60 seconds for the call
to be answered.
The voice prompt played to the caller (as the result of an
unanswered telephone-originated call) will depend upon
whether the IHT or the 60-second GTI interval expires
first. If the IHT is set to less than 60 seconds, it will
expire first and the GTI unit will play voice prompt #6.
(Default = Call is disconnecting) If the IHT is set to
more than 60 seconds, the 60-second GTI interval will
expire first and the GTI unit will play voice prompt #5.
(Default = Radio didn’t answer) If the IHT is set exactly
to 60 seconds, either voice prompt #5 or #6 may be
played, due to slight timing variances.
Max # Concurrent Intercon - Defines the maximum
number of simultaneous telephone interconnect calls
permitted for the site - default is 2.
Site/Device Definition (menu selection 10)
Site Parameters (panel 2:4)
Channel Assignment Parameters
Interconnect - Defines which of eight de-queuing priority
levels (from 0 to 7) is to be applied to this specific
logical unit ID - default is lowest priority (0).
Logical Unit Definition (menu selection 11)
Radio Parameters (panel 2:3)
Call Priority
Inb Interconnect - Defines if inbound interconnect calls
are allowed for this specific logical unit ID - default is
no (N).
Logical Unit Definition (menu selection 11)
Radio Parameters (panel 2:3)
CONFIGURATION
Radio Features
Toll Call Restrictions - Defines which of 16 toll call
restriction levels (from 0 to 15) is to be applied to this
specific logical unit ID for interconnect calls - default
is totally restricted (0).
Logical Unit Definition (menu selection 11)
Radio Parameters (panel 2:3)
Interconnect
Dedicated Line - Defines the line number (0 is a denial)
to be dedicated to outgoing interconnect calls for this
specific logical unit ID - default is 1.
Logical Unit Definition (menu selection 11)
Radio Parameters (panel 2:3)
Interconnect
RECOMMENDATION
EGE recommends that dedicated line assignments be set
up by using the Rotary Number and Interconnect
Rotary Definition parameters, not the Dedicated Line
parameter. Set the Dedicated Line parameter to zero
(0), and assign a unique Rotary Number and a single
unique line number to the corresponding Interconnect
Rotary Definition.
Existing telephone interconnect systems that currently
have dedicated lines configured by using non-zero values
for the Dedicated Line parameter, can continue to use
this method with the ELI system. However, because the
line numbers correspond to channel numbers, and only the
highest available channel numbers are equipped in a
typical ELI system, some reconfiguring of the line
numbers will probably be necessary. If you find this to be
the case, you may want to change to the recommended
method at this time, as described above.
Rotary Number - Defines which rotary hunt sequence
number (from 0 to 15) is to be applied to this specific
logical unit ID - default is none (0).
Logical Unit Definition (menu selection 11)
Radio Parameters (panel 2:3)
Interconnect
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In an ELI system, line number 1 (the default value for
Dedicated Line) will typically not exist. In that case the
default values for Dedicated Line and Rotary Number
will block all outgoing interconnect calls from each
logical unit ID unless you assign a Rotary Number and
one or more valid line numbers to each corresponding
Interconnect Rotary Definition, or assign a valid line
number to each Dedicated Line parameter.
Interconnect - Defines which of eight de-queuing priority
levels (from 0 to 7) is to be applied to this specific
group ID for interconnect calls - default is lowest
priority (0).
Group Definition (menu selection 12)
Group Parameters (panel 2:3)
Call Priority
Inb Interconnect - Defines if inbound interconnect calls
are allowed for this specific group ID - default is no
(N).
Group Definition (menu selection 12)
Group Parameters (panel 2:3)
Features
Interconnect Rotary Definition - Defines up to 15 rotary
hunt sequences (from 1 to 15), each containing up to
16 line numbers in any order - default is none (0 for
each line number in each sequence).
Rotary Definition (menu selection 13)
Interconnect Rotary Definition (panels 1:2 & 2:2)
Note that the line number equals the channel number
for the GTI shared between them, and that GTIs are
placed on the highest available channel numbers first.
Line Active - Defines if a line is available for
interconnect calls - default is no (N) for all lines.
Line Definition (menu selection 14)
Line Parameters (pages 1 & 2)
Note that the line number equals the channel number
for the GTI shared between them, and that GTIs are
placed on the highest available channel numbers first.
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Pulse Dial - Defines if a line uses pulse dialing (as
opposed to DTMF) - default is no (N) for all lines.
Line Definition (menu selection 14)
Line Parameters (pages 1 & 2)
NOTE
Note that the ELI system will ignore this parameter, so
there is no point in changing it from its default value.
However, the equivalent of this parameter must be set in
the GTI user database.
Local Data Link
Using a local data link between an office PC and one GTI
unit, requires less equipment and is less complicated to set
up than a remote data link. A local data link should not
exceed 50 feet in length and requires the following
equipment:
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Digit Pattern - Defines up to 16 allowable digit patterns
for the first four digits of an outgoing interconnect call
(an X used as a digit in a pattern allows that digit to be
any number from 0 to 9)(an unused pattern is
represented with four periods) - default is unused (....)
for all patterns.
Toll Call Restrictions (menu selection 15)
Toll Call Parameters (panel 1:1)
Restriction Level - Defines if a specific allowable digit
pattern (defined in the previous screen) is to be
applied to each of up to 16 toll call restriction levels
(from 0 to 15) - default is no (N) for each allowable
digit pattern for each toll call restriction level.
Toll Call Restrictions (menu selection 15)
Toll Call Parameters (panel 1:1)
•
IBM-compatible 386 or better
•
MS-DOS version 3.2 minimum operating system
•
10 MB available hard drive
•
640 KB minimum RAM (recommend 2 MB)
•
1.2 MB 5.25-inch or 1.44 MB 3.5-inch floppy
drive
•
Monochrome or color monitor
•
Available male 9-pin RS-232 port (If a male 9-pin
serial port is not available, an adapter will be
required.)
•
RS-232 Data Cable (Supplied) - A 10-foot
19D903985P72 cable is supplied with male and
female 9-pin connectors.
•
GTI Configurator Software (Supplied) - The GTI
Configurator software is supplied in both 3.5 and
5.25-inch floppy formats.
•
GTI Configurator User’s Guide (Supplied)
GTI DATABASE
Some user-configurable parameters for the ELI system
reside in the active configuration of the GTI database, in
each GTI unit. The GTI database is configured with the
GTI Configurator software, using an office PC connected
through a data link to one GTI unit. The re-configured
GTI database will be cloned to each other GTI unit that is
connected to this one GTI unit.
PC-Based Terminal (Not Supplied) - The customer
must supply a PC-based terminal with the following
features:
Figure 33 shows how an office PC with a 9-pin COM port
is connnnected to a GTI unit. Figure 34 shows how an
office PC with a 25-pin COM port is connnnected to a
GTI unit.
Office PC
GTI Unit
D-Sub
9-Pin (F)
COM Port
D-Sub 9-Pin (M)
19D903985P72
Cable
RS-232 Port
D-Sub 9-Pin (F)
Rx Data
1
2
1
2
Tx Data
Tx Data
DTR
3
4
3
4
Rx Data
DTR
Signal Ground
5
6
7
5
6
7
Gnd
8
9
8
9
RTS
RTS
CTS
Figure 33 - Local GTI Connection for 9-Pin COM Port
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D-Sub
9-Pin (M)
CTS
CONFIGURATION
Office PC
Adapter
COM Port
D-Sub 25-Pin (M)
Rx Data
Tx Data
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D-Sub
25-Pin (F)
3
DTR
Signal Ground
2
20
7
RTS
4
CTS
5
GTI Unit
D-Sub
9-Pin (M)
D-Sub
9-Pin (F)
19D903985P72
Cable
D-Sub RS-232 Port
9-Pin (M) D-Sub 9-Pin (F)
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
3
4
5
6
7
Rx Data
DTR
Gnd
8
9
8
9
RTS
Tx Data
CTS
Figure 34 - Local GTI Connection for 25-Pin COM Port
Remote Data Link
A remote data link using data modems will be required if
the GTI database must be configured from a location over
50 feet from the GTI units. The amount of additional
equipment will depend upon which one of the following
methods is used:
• Internal GTI Modem - Use the internal 1200-baud
modem built into each GTI unit and the telephone line
connected to a GTI unit. This method requires the
following additional equipment:
• External Modem - Use an external modem at the GTI
unit location connected to the RS-232 port on the back
of a GTI unit. This method requires the following
additional equipment:
• External modem at the GTI unit location and a
cable to connect it to the RS-232 port on the back
of a GTI unit
• Matching modem at the GTI Configurator location
(internal or external - cable required if external)
• 1200-baud modem at GTI Configurator location
(internal or external - cable required if external)
• Available telephone line or other communication
circuit and a cable to connect from it to the modem
(at both locations)
• Available telephone line at GTI Configurator
location and a cable to connect from the telephone
line to the modem
For additional information about using a remote data link,
see the DATA LINK TO GTI UNITS section in the GTI
Configurator software user’s guide.
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Hard Reset
OPERATION
GTI UNITS
The location of the indicators and reset button on the front
panel of each GTI unit (including the Master GTI) is
shown in Figure 35.
A hard reset returns each user-configurable parameter in
each GTI unit’s user database back to the factory default
value, but does not alter any voice prompts that have been
recorded. A simultaneous hard reset of all GTI units can
only be made through the GTI Configurator software.
Power-cycling the GTI units does not perform a hard
reset.
GLOBAL TELEPHONE INTERCONNECT
REPEATER
TELEPHONE
POWER
STATUS
DTMF DETECTED
RESET
LINE CONNECTED
Alarms
DTMF DETECTED
RADIO CONNECTED
MODEM IN USE
Figure 35 - Front Panel of GTI Unit
Indicators
Status Indicator
The red LED, labeled “STATUS”, should be lit whenever
the unit is synchronized with the Master GTI (the LED
should flicker approximately twice a second). The unit
should automatically synchronize, but in the event that it
doesn’t, momentarily press the button labeled “RESET”.
The Site Controller computer can receive two types of
alarm messages from the Master GTI. One, called the LIC
alarm (after an earlier interconnect system), indicates a
connection problem between the Site Controller computer
and the Master GTI, or a problem in the Master GTI itself.
The other type of alarm message, called the RIC alarm
(after a second part of the same earlier interconnect
system), indicates a connection problem between the Site
Controller computer and a specific GTI unit, or a problem
in the specific GTI unit itself. A RIC alarm can be
received for each specific GTI unit.
Repeater Interface Indicators
IAM
Of the two red LEDs for the “REPEATER” interface, one
is lit when the “RADIO (is) CONNECTED” and the other
is lit when “DTMF (is) DETECTED” from the radio.
Skip this section if your ELI system is not equipped with
an IAM. The location of the DIP switch, indicators, and
reset button on the front panel of the IAM is shown in
Figure 36.
Telephone Interface Indicators
Of the three red LEDs for the “TELEPHONE” interface,
one is lit when the “MODEM (is) IN USE”, one is lit
when “DTMF (is) DETECTED” from the telephone line,
and one is lit when the telephone “LINE (is)
CONNECTED”.
INTERCONNECT ACCOUNTING MANAGER
RESET
SETUP DIP SWITCH
ALARM
Power Indicator
Indicators
Resets
Status Indicator
A soft reset does not alter any user-configurable
parameters in a GTI unit’s user database. Pushing the
RESET button on the front panel of a standard GTI unit
initiates a soft reset for that GTI unit only. Pushing the
RESET button on the Master GTI initiates a simultaneous
soft reset for all the GTI units. A simultaneous soft reset
of all GTI units can also be made through the GTI
Configurator software.
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POWER
PRINTER
FACTORY USE
LO-BAT
Figure 36 - Front Panel of IAM
Whenever power is applied, the green LED, labeled
“POWER”, should be lit (there is no off/on switch).
Soft Reset
STATUS
CDR RECEIVED
The red LED, labeled “STATUS”, should be lit whenever
the unit is synchronized with the Master GTI (the LED
should flicker periodically at a rate of approximately twice
a second). The unit should automatically synchronize with
the Master GTI within a couple of minutes of being
powered-up, but in the event that it doesn’t, momentarily
press the button labeled “RESET”.
OPERATION
CDR Received Indicator
The red LED labeled “CDR RECEIVED” should be lit
momentarily each time a call record is received by the
IAM.
Alarm Indicator
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CAUTION
Retrieve all call detail records that you want to keep,
using the Retrieve Call Detail Data operation in the GTI
Configurator software, before clearing the RAM. When
the RAM is cleared, all call detail records stored in
RAM will be lost.
The red LED labeled “ALARM” should be lit whenever a
fault (such as the call record buffer is full or the data bus
has failed) is detected.
To clear the RAM using the RESET button on the front of
the IAM, use the following procedure:
Low-Battery Indicator
1. Set DIP switch section 1 to the up (test) position.
The red LED labeled “LO-BAT” should be lit when a rundown battery backup for RAM is detected. This condition
can only be detected during power-up after an extended
power outage.
2. Push the RESET button on the front panel for about 2
seconds, or until all the front panel LED indicators
that were off, flash on simultaneously and then back
off.
Printer Indicator
3. Set DIP switch section 1 back to the down (operate)
position
The red LED labeled “PRINTER” should not be lit when
DIP switch section #5 (for the output to the printer) is off
(down position).
The red LED labeled “PRINTER” should be lit when DIP
switch section #5 (for the output to the printer) is on (up
position). It should go off and on with the receipt of
XOFF and XON signals respectively from a connected
printer. It should flicker at a fast rate if no printer is
connected.
4. Push the RESET button on the front panel for about 2
seconds, or until all the front panel LED indicators
that were off, flash on simultaneously and then back
off.
To verify that the RAM has been cleared, use the Status
info operation in the GTI Configurator software to look at
the number of records for each telco line. For more
information, see the GTI Configurator software user’s
guide.
Power Indicator
Whenever power is applied, the green LED, labeled
“POWER”, should be lit (there is no off/on switch).
Printer
The data to the printer can be turned on and off with DIP
switch section 5. Up is on and down is off. Do not reset
the IAM for this section of the DIP switch.
Resets
Soft Reset
A soft reset is accomplished by pushing the RESET
button on the front panel for about 2 seconds, or until all
the front panel LED indicators that were off, flash on
simultaneously and then back off.
Clearing RAM
There may be occasions when the RAM needs to be
cleared (such as after replacing a RAM chip). The RAM is
cleared by using the Clear Call Detail Buffers operation in
the GTI Configurator software, or by using the hardwarebased procedure described here.
Backup
The IAM has the capacity to hold 60,000 records in
battery backed RAM. Every effort has been made to
ensure that this memory won’t be corrupted in normal
operation. However, one must not forget about the
possibly of component failure in the IAM, or more likely
an external influence (such as a lightning strike, technical
error, etc.) that could cause the loss of records stored in
the IAM. Therefore, you should download the billing data
often and backup the data then stored in the office PC to
ensure that, if an accident occurs, the loss of data
(potential revenue) will be minimized.
As the operation of the IAM is autonomous, the ELI
system will continue to process telephone calls, even if the
IAM has failed, the IAM memory is full, or the IAM is
disconnected from the PCM/Data bus. There is an option
in the GTI Configurator that will halt the call processing if
there is a bus failure (between units). Because the standard
placement of the IAM is at one end of the bus, it is
possible that there won’t be any indication to users of the
system if the IAM is not able to store call records.
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However, the IAM has alarm outputs that can be used to
notify the user of a memory or bus problem that may
result in the loss of billing data. For more information, see
the subsequent section on alarm outputs.
Status
The status of the IAM can be read by using the GTI
Configurator software. The GTI Configurator software
will show if an IAM is present, the number of call records
presently stored, the amount of memory free and memory
used, any alarm conditions, etc. See the GTI Configurator
software user’s guide for more information about
accessing the IAM for status messages.
Alarms
As described in the installation section, three open drain
alarm outputs are provided to alert external equipment in
case of problems. Because the IAM does not immediately
affect other devices, its operation (or lack of operation) is
not immediately obvious, unless someone at the site
observes the front panel LEDs, the status of the IAM is
read via the GTI Configurator software, or these alarm
outputs are monitored.
Alarm 1 - SMDR Full or Memory Error - indicates either
the SMDR storage is full or a memory error has occurred.
In either case, one should access the site (using the GTI
Configurator), read the status of the IAM, and download
the billing data (if possible).
Alarm 2 - Bus Failure - is sent if there is a PCM/DATA
bus failure and the IAM can’t communicate with the GTI
units to receive billing data.
Alarm 3 - Low Battery - is active if the battery backup for
RAM is low and should be replaced. (This condition will
only be detected during power-up after an extended
outage.)
It should be noted that these alarm outputs will go through
indeterminate states during IAM power-up or reset. It is
recommended that the normally-closed output option be
selected (see DIP Switch Settings), so that the presence of
individual alarms will indicate the intended alarms, and
the presence of all alarms will indicate that the IAM has
lost power.
INTERCONNECT CALLS
Overview
The operation of the Enhanced Local Interconnect (ELI)
system is controlled by the Site Controller computer. The
Site Controller computer makes repeater channel and
telephone line assignments, based on availability, and the
constraints of its active database configuration. For a site
that is not connected to a System Manager, the active
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database configuration is nothing more than what has been
programmed into the Site Controller computer's
Personality PROMs. For a site that is connected to a
System Manager, the active database configuration is the
latest site database received from the System Manager.
The Site Controller computer supervises the GTI units by
sending and receiving messages over two 19.2 Kbaud
serial data links to the Master GTI. (All messages between
the Site Controller computer and individual GTI units
must first go through the Master GTI.) Message bytes are
made up of 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, and no parity bit.
The following terms are used to simplify the descriptions
in this section:
• Telephone-originated call - a call from a telephone,
through a telephone line connected to an EDACS
repeater site, to one or more radios using that
EDACS repeater site.
• Radio-originated call - a call from a radio using an
EDACS repeater site, through a telephone line
connected to that EDACS repeater site, to a
telephone.
• Line-connected GTI - the GTI unit connected to
the telephone line for the interconnect call being
described.
• Channel-connected GTI - the GTI unit connected
to the repeater channel for the interconnect call
being described.
Note that a line-connected GTI and a channel-connected
GTI may be the same physical GTI unit or different
physical GTI units. Although each GTI unit is capable of
being connected to one line and to one channel, the Site
Controller computer makes each repeater channel and
telephone line assignment, based on availability and the
constraints of its active database configuration, not on
whether they share the same GTI unit.
Detection of telephone hang-up depends on signaling
provided to the line-connected GTI. To determine if a line
provides the necessary signaling, connect a scope across
the line to monitor the DC voltage. At the end of the call,
there must be a loss of voltage for 100 milliseconds or
more. Telephone hang-up typically can be detected on
End-to-End with battery removal (many COs now provide
this type of line, but it cannot always be ordered), E&M
Type 1, and DID lines. Telephone hang-up typically
cannot be detected on PBX lines and microwave links
(which emulate end-to-end lines).
OPERATION
Telephone-Originated Call
The sequence of steps for a telephone-originated call is as
follows:
DETECTING THE CALL
1. Somewhere in the telephone system, a user dials the
telephone number of a subscriber line connected to a
GTI unit.
2. The line-connected GTI detects the call by sensing the
presence of a ringing voltage (or an E-lead signal), and
sends a message to the Site Controller computer (Port
31) indicating that a call has been detected by this GTI
unit.
3. The Site Controller computer checks to see if it is
permitted to add another telephone interconnect call.
(There may be a limit on the number of telephone
interconnect calls allowed at any one time.)
N. If the Site Controller computer is not permitted to
add another telephone interconnect call, it lets the
call go unanswered. This ends the sequence here.
4. If the Site Controller computer is permitted to add
another telephone interconnect call, it checks to see if
a working channel with a GTI is available.
N. If no working channel with a GTI is available, the
Site Controller computer lets the call go
unanswered. This ends the sequence here.
ANSWERING THE CALL
5. If a working channel with a GTI is available, the Site
Controller computer allocates the channel for the
interconnect call.
6. The Site Controller computer sends a message (Port
31) to the line-connected GTI, directing it to answer
the call.
7. The line-connected GTI answers the call by
completing the dc path for the loop current (or
applying the M-Lead signal), and lights the “LINE
CONNECTED” indicator on its front panel.
8. The telephone exchange detects the loop current (or
the M-Lead signal) indicating that the call has been
answered, and removes the ringing voltage (or the ELead signal) from the line.
9 The Site Controller computer directs the lineconnected GTI to apply dial tone to the line.
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11. The Site Controller computer starts a rapid polling
mode of operation to poll the Master GTI more
frequently than usual. The fast polling is used during
the anticipated dialing process to speed the processing
of the dialed digits.
12. The caller hears the dial tone from the line-connected
GTI, and starts sending DTMF digits.
IDENTIFYING CALLED ID
13. The line-connected GTI detects the first DTMF digit,
momentarily lights the “DTMF DETECTED” red
LED on the front panel, and reports the digit to the
Site Controller computer.
14. The Site Controller computer directs the lineconnected GTI to stop sending a dial tone to the
calling line, and sets up a counter to count the received
DTMF digits.
15. The Site Controller computer checks the first DTMF
digit to see if it is a #, *, or number from 0 to 9. If the
first DTMF digit is a #, the call is identified as a
Voiceguard call, but the counter is not advanced. If the
first DTMF digit is a *, the call is identified as a group
call, and the counter is advanced by one. If the first
DTMF digit is a number from 0 to 9, the digit is stored
in the ID buffer and the counter is advanced by one).
16. The line-connected GTI detects the next DTMF digit,
momentarily lights the “DTMF DETECTED” red
LED on the front panel, and reports the digit to the
Site Controller computer.
17. The Site Controller computer receives the report from
the line-connected GTI, stores the digit in its ID
buffer, advances the counter by 1, and checks to see if
the counter has reached 5.
N. If the counter has not reached 5, return to step 16.
18. If the counter has reached 5, the Site Controller
computer has now received all digits of the ID, and
directs the line-connected GTI to stop looking for
DTMF signals.
19. The Site Controller computer checks to see if the ID is
allowed to receive interconnect calls.
N. If the call is not allowed, the Site Controller
computer sends a message to the line-connected
GTI instructing it to send the call denied tone (or
voice prompt) and hang up. This ends the sequence
here.
10. The Site Controller computer directs the lineconnected GTI to look for DTMF signals.
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OBTAINING WORKING CHANNEL
20. If the call is allowed, the Site Controller computer
checks to see if a working channel with a GTI is
available.
N. If no working channel with a GTI is currently
available, the Site Controller computer queues the
call. When the call comes out of queue, continue to
next step.
21. If a working channel with a GTI is available, the Site
Controller computer sends a message (Port # is the
channel # of control channel) to the control channel
GETC to send the working channel assignment to the
radio(s) with the Logical or Group ID called.
22. The radio(s) with the Logical or Group ID called
receives the working channel assignment and tunes to
the assigned working channel.
23. The Site Controller computer sends a message (Port
30 ), directing the channel-connected GTI unit to
apply a ringing tone to the called radio(s) and the lineconnected GTI unit to apply a ringback tone to the
calling telephone.
24. A radio user hears the ringing tone and pushes the
PTT switch.
25. The assigned working channel GETC detects the radio
transmission on the assigned working channel and
sends a radio keyed message to the Site Controller
computer. If the Site Controller computer does not
receive this message within 60 seconds (about 10
rings), it sends a hang up message to the lineconnected GTI and a disconnect message to the
working channel GETC.
26. If the Site Controller computer receives the radio
keyed message within 60 seconds, it sends a connect
audio message (Port 30) to the Master GTI, directing
the line-connected GTI to connect the audio from the
line to the PCM bus and channel-connected GTI to
connect the audio from the channel to the PCM/Data
bus. The audio path should now be connected between
the calling telephone and the called radio.
27. The Site Controller computer sends a message (Port
30) to the Master GTI, directing the line-connected
GTI to look for DTMF digits.
ENDING THE CALL
28. To end the telephone interconnect call, the caller
presses the # key on the DTMF keypad and hangs up.
(If the telephone does not have a # key, the caller can
just hang up.)
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29. When the line-connected GTI detects the DTMF #
digit or end of call signaling (if the line provides it),
the Master GTI sends a message to the Site Controller
computer indicating that the telephone has been hung
up.
The called radio user can also terminate the call by
pushing the EXIT, SPC, or designated button on the
radio (see the operator's manual for the radio). This
causes the radio to transmit a disconnect signal to the
assigned working channel GETC.
30. When the Site Controller computer receives a hang up
message from the Master GTI, a disconnect message
from the Working Channel GETC, or the conversation
time limit is exceeded, the Site Controller computer ①
sends a message (Port 30) to the Master GTI directing
the channel connected GTI to extract itself from the
audio loop of the assigned working channel and the
line-connected GTI to hang-up the line, and ② sends a
message (Port # is the channel # of assigned working
channel) to the assigned working channel GETC
directing it to terminate the call.
Radio-Originated Call
A request for a telephone interconnect call can be made
from any radio that is equipped with the controls to place
a telephone interconnect call. However, a telephone line
will not be connected and the trapped telephone
interconnect digits will not be re-dialed to the telephone
line until the Site Controller computer has verified the
following:
• A telephone interconnect call is allowed from that
radio ID.
• The trapped telephone interconnect digits meet the toll
call restrictions for that radio ID.
• The Site Controller computer receives the digital
stream terminator digit.
• All other system parameter and protocol requirements
are met along the way.
A telephone interconnect number is a string of decimal
numbers (digits). The string can be anywhere from 0 to 32
digits long. It can be pre-programmed, pre-stored, or
manually keyed just prior to pressing the PTT switch. The
radio automatically adds a terminator digit to the end of a
pre-programmed or pre-stored telephone interconnect
number. However, you must manually add the terminator
digit (press the * Key) at the end of telephone interconnect
number that you have just manually keyed into the radio.
When a working channel is assigned, all digits including
the terminator digit are sent digitally to the assigned
working channel GETC.
OPERATION
A telephone interconnect number may be a complete or
partial telephone number. (An example of a partial
telephone number is an access code plus an area code.)
When the telephone interconnect number is only a partial
telephone number, the caller must supply the remaining
digits of the telephone number as overdialed digits, after
the telephone line has been connected and the trapped
interconnect digits have been re-dialed on the telephone
line. These overdialed digits are sent as dual-tone audio
bursts directly through the channel connected GTI and
line-connected GTI to this telephone line, without
trapping and re-dialing.
The toll call restrictions test is performed on the first 4
interconnect digits, or as many of the first 4 interconnect
digits as it has received before receiving the terminator
digit. The lack of the terminator digit will not hold up the
toll call restrictions test once 4 interconnect digits are
received, but the terminator digit must be received before
the telephone line is connected and the trapped
interconnect digits are re-dialed to the telephone line.
If less than 4 interconnect digits have been received by the
time the terminator digit is received, the Site Controller
computer adds wild-card digits to the end of the string of
received interconnect digits, until it has 4 digits for the toll
call restrictions test. Each wild-card digit is tested for all
possible values from 0 to 9.
The following sequence of steps describes the main events
involved in a radio-initiated telephone interconnect call:
OBTAINING A WORKING
CHANNEL
1. The radio user sets the radio for an interconnect call,
selects a pre-programmed or pre-stored interconnect
telephone number (or manually keys an interconnect
telephone number followed by the * key), and pushes
the PTT switch.
2. The radio sends an interconnect call request on the
control channel.
3. The control channel GETC receives the request for an
interconnect call, and sends the request to the Site
Controller computer.
4. The Site Controller computer receives the request for
an interconnect call, and checks to see if it is permitted
to add another interconnect call.
If the Site Controller computer is not allowed to add
another interconnect call, it directs the control channel
GETC to send a busy signal to the calling radio. This
ends the sequence here.
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5. If the Site Controller computer is allowed to add
another interconnect call, it checks to see if
interconnect calls are allowed from the calling radio.
If interconnect calls are not allowed from the calling
radio, the Site Controller computer directs the control
channel GETC to send a call-denied signal to the
calling radio. This ends the sequence here.
6. If interconnect calls are allowed from the calling radio,
the Site Controller computer checks to see if it is
receiving an alarm from the Master GTI.
If the Site Controller computer is receiving an alarm
from the Master GTI, it directs the control channel
GETC to send a call-denied signal to the calling radio.
This ends the sequence here.
7. If the Site Controller computer is not receiving an
alarm from the Master GTI, it checks to see if a
telephone line with a GTI is available.
If a telephone line with a GTI is not available, the Site
Controller computer directs the control channel GETC
to send a busy signal to the calling radio. This ends the
sequence here.
8. If a telephone line with a GTI is available, the Site
Controller computer allocates the telephone line for
the interconnect call and checks to see if a working
channel with a GTI is available.
If a working channel with a GTI is not available, the
Site Controller computer queues the request and
directs the control channel GETC to send a queued
call signal to the calling radio. When the call request
comes out of queue, continue to the next step.
9. If a working channel with a GTI is available, the Site
Controller computer directs the control channel GETC
to send the working channel assignment to the calling
radio, and directs the assigned working channel GETC
to look for the digits from the calling radio.
INTERCONNECT DIGITS
10. The calling radio receives the working channel
assignment, tunes to the assigned working channel,
and sends the pre-programmed, pre-stored, or
manually keyed interconnect digits with the terminator
digit to the assigned working channel GETC.
11. The assigned working channel GETC receives the
interconnect digits and terminator digit, and sends
them to the Site Controller computer.
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OPERATION
12. As the Site Controller computer receives the digits, it
counts and stores each interconnect digit, and looks for
the terminator digit. As soon as it counts 4
interconnect digits received or sees the terminator
digit, it performs the toll call restrictions test for that
radio ID, using wild-card digits if necessary.
If the received interconnect digits fail the toll call
restrictions test, the Site Controller computer directs
the assigned working channel GETC to terminate the
call and de-allocate the telephone line. This ends the
sequence here.
If the received interconnect digits pass the toll call
restrictions test and the Site Controller computer has
received the terminator digit, skip step 13.
13. If the received interconnect digits pass the toll call
restrictions test, but the Site Controller computer has
not received the terminator digit, the Site Controller
computer will continue to receive, count, and store
each interconnect digit until ① it sees the terminator
digit, ② the received interconnect digits exceed the
maximum storage capacity of 32, or ③ the allowed
hang time expires.
If the Site Controller computer receives too many
interconnect digits or does not receive the terminator
digit within the allowed hang time, it directs the
assigned working channel GETC to terminate the call
and de-allocate the telephone line. This ends the
sequence here.
RE-DIALED DIGITS
14. If the Site Controller computer receives the terminator
digit within the allowed hang time, it ① directs the
assigned working channel’s GTI (channel-connected
GTI) to insert itself into the channel’s audio loop, and
② directs the allotted telephone line’s GTI (lineconnected GTI) to take the line off-hook and look for
dial tone (or E-lead signal).
15. When the line-connected GTI detects dial tone (or Elead signal), it sends a dial tone detected message to
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the Site Controller computer. The caller should hear a
dial tone, but will hear nothing for an E-lead signal.
16. When the Site Controller computer receives the dial
tone detected message, it sends the interconnect digits
(that have been trapped and stored) to the lineconnected GTI for re-dialing (DTMF or dial pulse) to
the connected line. The caller should hear these dualtone audio bursts or dial clicks as the digits are dialed.
OVERDIALED DIGITS
17. If the telephone interconnect number was only a
partial telephone number, the caller must now supply
the remaining digits of the telephone number as
overdialed digits. These overdialed digits are sent as
dual-tone audio bursts directly through the channel
connected GTI and line-connected GTI to this
telephone line, without trapping and re-dialing. All
overdialed digits are logged into the call record.
ENDING THE CALL
18. The normal method to end a radio-originated
telephone interconnect call is for the caller to press the
EXIT, SPC, or designated button on the radio (see the
operator's manual for the radio). This causes the radio
to transmit a digital end-of-call signal to the assigned
working channel GETC.
19. The assigned working channel GETC receives the
end-of-call signal from the calling radio, and sends
end-of-call information to the Site Controller
computer.
20. When the Site Controller computer receives the endof-call information (or the conversation time limit is
exceeded), it ① directs the channel-connected GTI to
extract itself from the audio loop of the assigned
working channel, ② directs the line-connected GTI to
hang-up the line, and ③ directs the assigned working
channel GETC to terminate the call.
TROUBLESHOOTING
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TROUBLESHOOTING
GTI DIP Switch Settings Incorrect - Check the DIP
switch settings in the GTI unit.
The hardware used in the ELI system is extremely
reliable, making component failure the unlikely cause of
most problems. The most common causes of problems are
as follows:
Cable Connected to Wrong Connector - Check
interconnection wiring.
Site Controller Computer Not Correctly Configured Check the configuration of the Site Controller database
parameters using the System Manager.
Software Connection - Leg(s) may have been bent under
PROM during installation. Remove, check, and re-insert
(carefully).
GTI Units Not Correctly Configured - Check the
configuration of the GTI units using the GTI Configurator
software.
Equipment Not Turned On - Check the LED indicator
for power to verify that power is present.
GTI Jumper Positions Incorrect - Verify the telephone
line type with telephone company and check jumper
positions in GTI units.
Tables 3, 4, and 5 list the most probable causes and the
corresponding suggested corrective action for various
symptoms that might be observed.
Cable Defective - Substitute cable known to be good.
Table 3 - Troubleshooting Symptoms
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE(S)
All radio-originated interconnect calls
are denied from all IDs, and all lines are
not answered.
Site Controller computer Personality
does not specify ELI option.
Check Site Controller
PROM labels.
All radio-originated interconnect calls
get busy signal.
Site Controller computer database
defines zero concurrent interconnect
calls.
Check the Max # Concurrent
Intercon parameter in the Site
Controller database configuration.
No lines (or the wrong lines) are
defined as being available for
interconnect calls in the Site Controller
computer database.
Check the Line Active parameter in the
Site Controller computer database
configuration.
Site Controller computer finds no
available
channel
defined
for
interconnect calls.
Check the Interconnect (menu
selection 10) parameter in the Site
Controller database configuration.
No dedicated line number or rotary hunt
sequence is defined in the Site
Controller computer database for any
ID.
Check the Dedicated Line, Rotary
Number, and Interconnect Rotary
Definition parameters in the Site
Controller
computer
database
configuration.
All radio-originated interconnect calls
get call-denied signal.
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Personality
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Table 3 (Cont.) - Troubleshooting Symptoms
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE(S)
CORRECTIVE ACTION
All telephone-originated interconnect
calls are unanswered on all lines.
Site Controller computer not connected
to the Master GTI.
Check 19B803826P1 and P2 data cable
connections.
Jumpers and/or DIP switches in each
GTI set incorrectly for line type.
Check GTI jumper locations and DIP
switch positions.
GTI line type database configured
incorrectly for each line.
Check GTI database configuration.
DIP switches in each GTI set for
incorrect GTI unit number.
Check GTI DIP switch positions.
Bus connection problem between
Master GTI and affected GTI(s).
Check 19B803828P1 and P2 bus cable
connections between Master GTI and
affected GTI(s).
Jumpers and/or DIP switches in GTI(s)
connected to affected line(s) set
incorrectly for line type.
Check jumper locations and DIP switch
positions in GTI(s) connected to
affected line(s).
Line type of affected line(s) incorrectly
configured in GTI database.
Check GTI database configuration.
DIP switches in GTI(s) connected to
affected line(s) set for incorrect GTI
unit number(s).
Check DIP switch positions in GTI(s)
connected to affected line(s).
All IDs are denied inbound calls in Site
Controller computer database.
Check the Inb Interconnect parameter
in the Site Controller computer
database.
All telephone-originated interconnect
calls are unanswered on one or more
(but not all) lines.
All telephone-originated interconnect
calls are denied on all lines.
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Table 3 (Cont.) - Troubleshooting Symptoms
SYMPTOM
LIC Alarm with all RIC Alarms
LIC Alarm with no RIC Alarms
All RIC Alarms
Adjacent RIC Alarms on
equipped channel numbers
Single RIC Alarm
highest
POSSIBLE CAUSE(S)
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Crossed 19B803826P1 and P2 data
cables between Master GTI and Site
Controller computer.
Swap connections at either the Master
GTI end or the Site Controller computer
end.
Bad GTI Interface card.
Replace GTI Interface card.
Bad Master GTI unit.
Replace Master GTI unit.
Bad 19B803826P2 data cable between
the Master GTI and Port 31 on the Site
Controller computer.
Replace 19B803826P2 data cable.
Bad connection to 19B803826P2 data
cable between the Master GTI and Port
31 on the Site Controller computer.
Re-seat cable connector on equipment
connector.
Bad 19B803826P1 data cable between
the Master GTI and Port 30 on the Site
Controller computer.
Replace 19B803826P1 data cable.
Bad connection to 19B803826P1 data
cable between the Master GTI and Port
30 on the Site Controller computer.
Re-seat cable connector on equipment
connector.
Bad connection to 19B803828P1 or P2
bus cable between the group of adjacent
GTI units and the GTI unit for the next
lower channel.
Re-seat the connectors at both ends of
the bus cable between the group of
adjacent GTI units and the GTI unit for
the next lower channel.
Bad 19B803828P1 or P2 bus cable
between the group of adjacent GTI
units and the GTI unit for the next
lower channel.
Replace the bus cable between the
group of adjacent GTI units and the
GTI unit for the next lower channel.
Bad stackable connector on the
19B803828P1 or P2 bus cable between
the GTI unit for the next lower channel
and the GTI unit for the 2nd lower
channel.
Replace the bus cable between the GTI
unit for the next lower channel and the
GTI unit for the 2nd lower channel.
Bad 19B803828P1 or P2 bus cable
connection to a single GTI unit.
Re-seat the connector on the bus cable
that connects directly to the single GTI
unit.
Bad 19B803828P1 or P2 bus cable
connector attached to a single GTI unit.
Replace the bus cable that connects
directly to the single GTI unit.
Bad single GTI unit.
Replace the single GTI unit.
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GLOSSARY
GLOSSARY
Channel-connected GTI ...............................................The Channel-connected GTI is the specific GTI unit connected to the
EDACS repeater channel involved in the interconnect call being
described.
EDACS ........................................................................Enhanced Digital Access Communications System
ELI ...............................................................................Enhanced Local Interconnect - a telephone interface system for use with
EDACS repeater channels, under the direction of the Site Controller
computer.
GTI...............................................................................Global Telephone Interconnect - the interface for one EDACS repeater
channel, and one telephone line, in a single unit.
GTI Configurator .........................................................The GTI Configurator is the office PC used to run the GTI Configurator
software.
GTI Configurator Software ..........................................The GTI Configurator software is a PC-based, menu-driven program
that allows the system operator to set up the GTI(s) and optional IAM,
retrieve GTI call records, and monitor the system activity via a monitor
screen.
GTI Interface Card.......................................................The GTI Interface card is the interface between the Site Controller
computer and the Enhanced Local Interconnect (ELI) system. The GTI
Interface card is added to one GTI, making it the Master GTI.
IAM..............................................................................The Interconnect Accounting Manager is a microprocessor-based, calldetail buffer containing two megabytes of battery-backed RAM to
provide storage for up to 60,000 interconnect calls.
Inbound (Interconnect) Call .........................................An inbound interconnect call is an interconnect call from a telephone to
a radio.
Line-connected GTI .....................................................The line-connected GTI is the specific GTI unit connected to the
telephone line involved in the interconnect call being described.
Master GTI...................................................................The Master GTI is the specific GTI that has had the GTI Interface card
added.
Outbound (Interconnect) Call ......................................An outbound interconnect call is an interconnect call from a radio to a
telephone.
PCM.............................................................................Pulse Coded Modulation
PCM / Data Bus ...........................................................The PCM / Data Bus is used to connect the optional IAM (if present),
Master GTI, and all the standard GTI units together. It is actually made
up of an 8-bit parallel PCM Data bus, a serial Console Data bus, a serial
Subscriber Data bus, and a serial Repeater Data bus.
PSTN ...........................................................................Public Service Telephone Network
Radio-Originated Call ..................................................A telephone interconnect call from a radio to a telephone.
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PARTS LIST
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GLOSSARY (CONT.)
Site Controller Database ..............................................The Site Controller Database is the specific information about the site,
such as equipment available at the site, validation tables by feature and
priority for each Logical (individual) ID and Group ID, etc., maintained
by the System Manager. If the site has no System Manager, the Site
Controller Database uses the default values contained in the Site
Controller computer's two Personality PROMs.
Telephone-Originated Call ..........................................A telephone interconnect call from a telephone to a radio.
PARTS LIST
PART NUMBER
PART NAME
DESCRIPTION
19B803751P1
350A1154G1
19B803830P1
19B803829P1
19B803829P2
19B803829P3
19B803828P1
19B803828P2
19C852592P1
GTI Unit
GTI Hardware Kit
Power/Audio Cable
44" Phone Cable
60" Phone Cable
76" Phone Cable
36" PCM Bus Cable
200" PCM Bus Cable
PCM Bus Termination
Global Telephone Interconnect unit with firmware installled
Mounting hardware for GTI unit
Between GTI unit and Station PS and MASTR III Repeater
Between top GTI unit and EDACS Interface panel
Betwen middle GTI unit and EDACS Interface panel
Between bottom GTI unit and EDACS Interface panel
Between adjacent GTI units in same cabinet
Between GTI units in different cabinets
Termination for highest-channel end of PCM bus
19B803752P1
19B803826P1
19B803826P2
GTI Interface Board
Serial Data Cable
Serial Data Cable
Makes GTI unit a Master GTI
Between Master GTI and Site Controller computer Port 30
Between Master GTI and Site Controller computer Port 31
19D903985P72
Serial Data Cable
Between GTI unit and GTI Configurator
19B803753P1
19B803968P1
IAM Unit
Power Cable
Interconnect Accounting Manager unit with firmware installed
Between IAM unit and Station PS
Ericsson GE Mobile Communications Inc.
Mountain View Road • Lynchburg Virginia 24502
Printed in U.S.A.
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INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM
19C852327G1
Phone Module
(EDACS
Interface Panel)
RJ-45 RJ-45
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
See Schematic
Diagram
for Details
Phone (J1)
RJ-45 RJ-45
1
13
2
14
3
15
4
16
5
17
6
18
7
19
8
20
9
21
10
22
11
23
12
24
100 Ohms
100 Ohms
100 Ohms
100 Ohms
100 Ohms
100 Ohms
100 Ohms
100 Ohms
100 Ohms
100 Ohms
100 Ohms
100 Ohms
Left (J4) P4
RJ-11-6
Bit 1
Bit 2
Bit 3
PCM Data
Bus
Bit 4
Bit 5
Bit 6
Bit 7
Frame Sync
Console Data bus
Subscriber Data Bus
Repeater Data Bus
Bus Cable
Standard 2x12 Molex
P8
Gnd
+12 Vdc
5
6
P3
7
11
Ground
Bit 0
Bit 1
Bit 2
Bit 3
PCM/Data
Bus
Bit 4
Bit 5
Bit 6
Bit 7
Frame Sync
Console Data bus
Subscriber Data Bus
Repeater Data Bus
1
2
4
5
6
MASTR II & IIe
T/R Shelf Backplane
TRANS AUDIO HI
TRANS AUDIO LO
3
5
ELI SYSTEM
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Pos
Neg
19B803826P2
Data Cable
1
2
3
4
5
7
Site Controller
Computer
Shield
Tx Data
Rx Data
Signal Ground
P31 Port 31
RJ-45
1
2
3
4
5
7
Shield
Tx Data
Rx Data
Signal Ground
IAM
(Optional)
Bus Cable PCM/Data Bus (J2)
Standard 2x12 Molex 2x12 Molex
1
13
2
14
3
15
4
16
5
17
6
18
7
19
8
20
9
21
10
22
11
23
12
24
Bit 0
Bit 1
Bit 2
Bit 3
Bit 4
PCM/Data
Bus
Bit 5
Bit 6
Bit 7
Frame Sync
Console Data bus
Subscriber Data Bus
Repeater Data Bus
5
6
Gnd
+12 Vdc
MASTR III
T/R Shelf Backplane
P4
1x6 Molex
1
2
5
6
MIC_HI
AGND
LOCAL_PTT
INTRCM_AUDIO
19B803968P1 PS Cable
19B803830P1 Audio/PS Cable
Existing Connector
P9 P801
3x3 Molex
1
2
3
4
5
6
Port 30
RJ-45
Power (P1)
1x6 Molex
Tx Audio (MASTR III)
Rx Audio
PTT (MASTR III)
Gnd
+12 Vdc
MASTR II & IIe
Rec/Exc Door
TRANS AUDIO LO
TRANS AUDIO HI
J1203
1x12 Molex
Shield
Tx Data
Rx Data
P30
19B803826P1
Data Cable
Power/Data (P1)
1x6 Molex
Rx Audio
Tx Audio (MASTR II & IIe)
J933
19C303426G1
E/M Ref
E/M Lead
2/4-W Audio
2-W Audio
2-W Audio
2/4-W Audio
E/M Lead
E/M Ref
1
13
2
14
3
15
4
16
5
17
6
18
7
19
8
20
9
21
10
22
11
23
12
24
1
2
3
4
5
6
Right (J5) P5
RJ-11-6
19B803828P1 (36")
19B803828P2 (200")
Bus Cable
PCM/Data Bus (J2)
2x12 Molex
Bus Cable
Stackable 2x12 Molex
Power/Data (P1)
1x6 Molex
2
3
4
5
6
Ground
Phone (J1)
RJ-45 RJ-45
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Bit 0
Shield
Tx Data
Rx Data
Master GTI
Standard GTI
19B803828P1 (36")
19B803828P2 (200")
Bus Cable
PCM/Data Bus (J2)
2x12 Molex
Bus Termination
2x12 Molex
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
E/M Ref
E/M Lead
2/4-W Audio
2-W Audio
2-W Audio
2/4-W Audio
E/M Lead
E/M Ref
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Bus Cable
Stackable 2x12 Molex
19B803829P1 (44")
19B803829P2 (60")
19B803829P3 (76")
Phone Cable
RJ-45 RJ-45
P801
3x3 Molex
Station
Power Supply
3
6
Pos
Neg
Existing Connector
Station
Power Supply
P801
3x3 Molex
3
*
Station
Power Supply
Pos
Neg * 5 for MASTR II & IIe
6 for MASTR III
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
J14
25-Pair
TO
PUNCHBLOCK
OR
DAISYCHAIN
J1
RJ-45
TO GTI UNIT
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
J2
RJ-45
TO GTI UNIT
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
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J3
RJ-45
TO GTI UNIT
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
J15
25-Pair
1
26
2
27
3
28
4
29
5
30
6
31
7
32
8
33
9
34
10
35
11
36
12
37
13
38
14
39
15
40
16
41
17
42
18
43
19
44
20
45
21
46
22
47
23
48
24
49
25
50
1
26
2
27
3
28
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INSTALLATION CHECKLIST
INSTALLATION CHECKLIST
Steps 1 through 15 parallel the main headings in the Installation section of this manual. For more details, see the heading that
applies. Step 16 is covered in the Configuration section of this manual. Step 17 is covered in the User’s Guide for the GTI
Configurator Software, LBI-39077.
1. RADIO SOFTWARE - If MDR full-duplex radios are to be used, check to make sure their software is G2 or higher.
2. SITE CONTROLLER HARDWARE - Check the configuration of the Site Controller computer to make sure it is a
VAX, not a PDP.
3. SITE CONTROLLER SOFTWARE - Open the Site Controller computer (turn off if operating), remove the PROM
card, and do the following:
• Check the revision of the Site Controller computer’s Application Software. Install new Application Software if
necessary.
Install the two new Personality PROMs that specify the ELI mode and contain the default telephone interconnect
parameters specifically configured for the ELI option.
4. CHANNEL ASSIGNMENTS - Assign each GTI unit to a specific repeater. Temporarily mark with channel number.
5. GTI SOFTWARE - Record software version number.
6. GTI JUMPER POSITIONS - Open each GTI unit (including the Master GTI) to check the jumpers and fuses for the
telephone interface.
7. GTI DIP SWITCH SETTINGS - Set the DIP switches on the side of each GTI unit (including the Master GTI).
8. GTI INTERFACE CARD - Install the GTI Interface card in the GTI unit that is to be the Master GTI.
9. GTI INTERFACE CARD SOFTWARE - Record software version number.
10. GTI & IAM MOUNTING - Mount the GTI units, Master GTI, and IAM unit (if supplied).
11. GTI CONNECTIONS - Make the following connections to the GTI units and Master GTI:
• Phone cable connection
• Power / Audio cable connection
• PCM / Data Bus cable connection
Serial Data cable connections (two required - for Master GTI only)
12. IAM SOFTWARE - Record software version number (if supplied).
13. IAM DIP SWITCH SETTINGS - Set the DIP switch sections on the front of the IAM unit (if supplied).
14. IAM CONNECTIONS - Make the following connections to the IAM unit (if supplied):
• Power cable connection
• PCM / Data Bus cable connection
• Alarms (optional - no cables supplied)
Printer (optional - no cables supplied)
15. GETC MODIFICATION - Modify the GETC in each EDACS MASTR III repeater that will be connected to a GTI unit
or Master GTI.
16. SITE CONTROLLER CONFIGURATION - Configure the telephone interconnect parameters in the Site Controller
computer’s active database using the System Manager.
17. GTI CONFIGURATION - Configure the GTI Configurator user database using the GTI Configurator software in an
office PC (PC and cables not supplied).
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