Flexible Incoming Call Restriction Feature / #1A ESS

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Issue #74
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The Monthly Journal of the American Hacker
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June 2010
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Table of Contents
♦ Page 2 / Flexible Incoming Call Restriction Feature / #1A ESS
♦ Feature in which an individual customer (or group) station can temporarily restrict incoming calls.
♦ Page 19 / Generic Dispatch System Release 3.1 User Manual − Part 3
♦ GDS mechanizes the administration support for the installation and maintenance of POTS and Special
Services lines.
♦ Page 47 / DMS−100: Master List of Data Schema Tables − Part 4
♦ The short names and full titles of switch tables for the Nortel DMS product family.
♦ Page 58 / X−Band Receive Converter
♦ Device to convert the 10 GHz frequency range to a lower frequency range for easier monitoring.
♦ Page 76 / Bonus
♦ CDR Data
♦ Page 77 / The End
♦ Editorial and rants.
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This list contains the short names and full titles of switch tables for the Nortel DMS product family.
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Master List of Data Schema Tables (Cont.)
Short Name
Title
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KSETFEAT(ACDNR)
Automatic Call Distribution Not Ready (Feature ACDNR) Subtable
KSETFEAT(ACOU)
Additional Call Offering − Unrestricted (Feature ACOU) Subtable
KSETFEAT(ACRJ)
Anonymous Caller Rejection (Feature ACRJ) Subtable
KSETFEAT(AFC)
Additional Functional Calls (Feature AFC) Subtable
KSETFEAT(AIN)
Advanced Intelligent Network (Feature AIN) Subtable
KSETFEAT(AOC)
Advice of Charge (Feature AOC) Subtable
KSETFEAT(AR)
Automatic Recall (Feature AR) Subtable
KSETFEAT(ASL)
Agent Status Lamp (Feature ASL) Subtable
KSETFEAT(ASP)
Alternate Service Provider (Feature ASP) Subtable
KSETFEAT(AUD)
Automatic Dial (Feature AUD) Subtable
KSETFEAT(AUL)
Automatic Dial (Feature AUL) Subtable
KSETFEAT(AUTODISP) Automatic Display (Feature AUTODISP) Subtable
KSETFEAT(BBGI)
Basic Business Group ISDN (Feature BBGI) Subtable
KSETFEAT(BC)
Bearer Capability (Feature BC) Subtable
KSETFEAT(BCLID)
Bulk Calling Line Identification (Feature BCLID) Subtable
KSETFEAT(BLF)
Busy Lamp Field (Feature BLF) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CCV)
Call Covering (Feature CCV) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CCBS)
Call Completion to Busy Subscriber (Feature CCBS) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CFB)
Call Forward Busy (Feature CFB) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CFD)
Call Forward Don't Answer (Feature CFD) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CFDVT)
Call Forward Don't Answer Variable Timer (Feature CFDVT) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CFFPOVR)
Call Forward Fraud Prevention Override (Feature CFFPOVR) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CFTB)
Call Forward Timed for CFB (Feature CFTB) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CFTD)
Call Forward Timed for CFD (Feature CFTD) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CRUIF)
Call Forward Universal Intragroup Fixed (Feature CRUIF) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CFX)
Call Forwarding (Feature CFX) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CFXDNCT)
Call Forwarding per DN per Call Type (Feature CFXDNCT) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CFXVAL)
Call Forwarding Validation (Feature CFXVAL) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CIDSDLV)
Caller ID Delivery and Suppression Delivery (Feature CIDSDLV) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CIDSSUP)
Caller ID Delivery and Suppression (Feature CIDSSUP) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CIF)
Controlled Interflow (Feature CIF) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CLI)
Calling Line Identification (Feature CLI) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CNF)
Flexible Station−Controller Conference (Feature CNF) Subtable
KSETFEAT(COT)
Customer Originated Trace (Feature COT) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CPR)
Datapath Call Path Restoration (Feature CPR) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CPU)
Call Pickup (Feature CPU) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CRBL)
Call Reference Busy Limit (Feature CRBL) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CSMI)
Call Screening, Monitoring, and Intercept (Feature CSMI) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CTD)
Carrier Toll Denied (Feature CTD) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CUG)
Closed User Group (Feature CUG) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CW)
Call Waiting (Feature CW) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CWD)
Dial Call Waiting (Feature CWD) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CWT)
Call Waiting (Feature CWT) Subtable
KSETFEAT(CXR)
Call Transfer (Feature CXR) Subtable
KSETFEAT(DASK)
Display Agent Status Key (Feature DASK) Subtable
KSETFEAT(DBC)
Call Reference Busy Limit (Feature DBC) Subtable
KSETFEAT(DCC)
Deactivate Conference Facility (Feature DCC) Subtable
KSETFEAT(DCPK)
Directed Call Park (Feature DCPK) Subtable
KSETFEAT(DDI)
Direct Dialing In (Feature DDI) Subtable
KSETFEAT(DIN)
Denied Incoming (Feature DIN) Subtable
KSETFEAT(DMCT)
Deny Malicious Call Termination (Feature DMCT) Subtable
KSETFEAT(DND)
Do Not Disturb (Feature DND) Subtable
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Master List of Data Schema Tables (Cont.)
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Title
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KSETFEAT(DQS)
Display Queue Status (Feature DQS) Subtable
KSETFEAT(DQT)
Display Queue Threshold (Feature DQT) Subtable
KSETFEAT(DRING)
Distinctive Ringing (Feature DRING) Subtable
KSETFEAT(DROP)
Drop (Feature DROP) Subtable
KSETFEAT(EBO)
Executive Busy Override (Feature EBO) Subtable
KSETFEAT(ECM)
Extended Call Management (Feature ECM) Subtable
KSETFEAT(EMK)
Emergency Key (Feature EMK) Subtable
KSETFEAT(EMW)
Executive Message Waiting (Feature EMW) Subtable
KSETFEAT(FAA)
Forced Agent Availability (Feature FAA) Subtable
KSETFEAT(FC)
Flexible Calling (Feature FC) Subtable
KSETFEAT(FCTDINT)
Full Carrier Toll Deny for International Carriers (Feature FCTDINT) Subtable
KSETFEAT(FXR)
Fast Transfer (Feature FXR) Subtable
KSETFEAT(GIAC)
Group Intercom All Call (Feature GIAC) Subtable
KSETFEAT(HF,
Hands−Free Control (Feature HF, HFMUTE, MUTE, SOFTKEY) Subtable
HFMUTE, MUTE,
SOFTKEY)
KSETFEAT(ICM)
Intercom (Feature ICM) Subtable
KSETFEAT(INSPECT)
Inspect (Feature INSPECT) Subtable
KSETFEAT(ISA)
In−Session Activation (Feature ISA) Subtable
KSETFEAT(JOIN)
Conference Join (Feature JOIN) Subtable
KSETFEAT(KSH)
Key Short Hunt (Feature KSH) Subtable
KSETFEAT(LMOH)
Line Music on Hold (Feature LMOH) Subtable
KSETFEAT(LOB)
Line of Business Code (Feature LOB) Subtable
KSETFEAT(LOCAL)
Local (Feature LOCAL) Subtable
KSETFEAT(LPIC)
Primary Intra−LATA Carrier (Feature LPIC) Subtable
KSETFEAT(LSPSO)
Local Service Provider Switch Owner (Feature LSPSO) Subtable
KSETFEAT(LVM)
Leave Message (Feature LVM) Subtable
KSETFEAT(MBSCAMP)
Meridian Business Set Camp−On (Feature MBSCAMP) Subtable
KSETFEAT(MCH)
Malicious Call Hold (Feature MCH) Subtable
KSETFEAT(MCI)
Malicious Call ID (Feature MCI) Subtable
KSETFEAT(MIPHONE)
Medicated Individual Telephony (Feature MIPHONE) Subtable
KSETFEAT(MRFM)
Multiple Appearance Directory Number Ring Forward Manual (Feature MRFM)
Subtable
KSETFEAT(MSB)
Make Set Busy (Feature MSB) Subtable
KSETFEAT(MWIDC)
Message Waiting Indication (Feature MWIDC) Subtable
KSETFEAT(MWQRY)
Message Waiting Query (Feature MWQRY) Subtable
KSETFEAT(MWT)
Message Waiting (Feature MWT) Subtable
KSETFEAT(NDNAP)
Number of DN Appearances (Feature NDNAP) Subtable
KSETFEAT(NGTSRVCE) Night Service (Feature NGTSRVCE) Subtable
KSETFEAT(NRS)
Network Resource Selector (Feature NRS) Subtable
KSETFEAT(OBS)
Observe Agent (Feature OBS) Subtable
KSETFEAT(OLS)
Originating Line Select (Feature OLS) Subtable
KSETFEAT(PBL)
Private Business Line (Feature PBL) Subtable
KSETFEAT(PCACIDS)
Privacy Change Allowed Caller ID Delivery and Suppression (Feature PCACIDS)
Subtable
KSETFEAT(PF)
Power Feature (Feature PF) Subtable
KSETFEAT(PIC)
Primary Inter−LATA Carrier (Feature PIC) Subtable
KSETFEAT(PRK)
Call Park (Feature PRK) Subtable
KSETFEAT(PRL)
Privacy Release (Feature PRL) Subtable
KSETFEAT(PRV)
Privacy (Feature PRV) Subtable
KSETFEAT(QBS)
Query Busy Station (Feature QBS) Subtable
KSETFEAT(QCK)
Quick Conference Key (Feature QCK) Subtable
KSETFEAT(QTD)
Query Time and Date (Feature QTD) Subtable
KSETFEAT(RAG)
Ring Again (Feature RAG) Subtable
KSETFEAT(RMB)
Random Make Busy (Feature RMB) Subtable
KSETFEAT(RSUS)
Requested Suspension (Feature RSUS) Subtable
KSETFEAT(SACB)
Subscriber Activated Call Blocking (Feature SACB) Subtable
KSETFEAT(SCF)
Selective Call Forwarding (Feature SCF) Subtable
KSETFEAT(SCL)
Speed Calling Long List (Feature SCL) Subtable
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Title
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KSETFEAT(SCS)
Speed Calling Short List (Feature SCS) Subtable
KSETFEAT(SDY)
AT&T line Study (Feature SDY) Subtable
KSETFEAT(SEC)
Security Code (Feature SEC) Subtable
KSETFEAT(SHU)
Stop Hunt (Feature SHU) Subtable
KSETFEAT(SIMRING)
Simultaneous Ringing (Feature SIMRING) Subtable
KSETFEAT(SLQ)
Single Line Queue (Feature SLQ) Subtable
KSETFEAT(SLU)
Subscribers Line Usage (Feature SLU) Subtable
KSETFEAT(SMDI)
Station Message Desk Interface (Feature SMDI) Subtable
KSETFEAT(SOR)
Station Origination Restrictions (Feature SOR) Subtable
KSETFEAT(SPB)
Special Billing Code (Feature SPB) Subtable
KSETFEAT(SSAC)
Station Specific Authcode (Feature SSAC) Subtable
KSETFEAT(SUPR)
Supervisor (Feature SUPR) Subtable
KSETFEAT(TBO)
Terminating Billing Option (Feature TBO) Subtable
KSETFEAT(TLS)
Terminating Line Select (Feature TLS) Subtable
KSETFEAT(TRANSFER) Call Transfer ISDN (Feature TRANSFER) Subtable
KSETFEAT(TRKDISP)
Trunk Member Display (Feature TRKDISP) Subtable
KSETFEAT(UCDLG)
Uniform Call Distribution Login (Feature UCDLG) Subtable
KSETFEAT(UCDSD)
Uniform Call Distribution Signal Distribution Point (Feature UCDSD)
Subtable
KSETFEAT(VMEADENY) Voice Mail Easy Access Deny (Feature VMEADENY) Subtable
KSETFEAT(VMEADN)
Voice Mail Easy Access Directory Number (Feature VMEADN) Subtable
KSETFEAT(WML)
Warm Line (Feature WML) Subtable
KSETFEAT(WUCR)
Wake−Up Call (Feature WUCR) Subtable
KSETFEAT(XFER)
Call Transfer ISDN (Feature XFER) Subtable
KSETFEAT(XXTRG)
XX Trigger (Feature XXTRG) Subtable
KSETINV
Business Set and Data Unit Inventory Table
KSETKEYS
Business Set Feature Keys Table
KSETLINE
Business Set and Data Unit Line Assignment Table
KSETQCK
Business Set and Data Unit Quick Conference Key Table
KTGROUP
Killer Trunk Group Table
KTMINMAX
Killer Trunk Minimum Maximum Table
KTPARMS
Killer Trunk Parameters Table
L2ABNLOG
Layer−2 Abnormality Log Table
L3ABNLOG
Layer−3 Abnormality Log Table
LAC
Location Area Code Table
LAMABC
Local Automatic Message Accounting Billing Code Table
LANGTOQ
Language−to−TOPS Call Queue Routing Table
LATANAME
Equal Access Local Access and Transport Area Name Table
LATAXLA
Equal Access Local Access and Transport Area Translation Table
LATTRDR
LINEATTR Dump and Restore Table
LCA6SCRN
Local Calling Area 6 Screen Table
LCAINFO
Local Calling Area Information Table
LCARNAME
Local Calling Area Name Table
LCARSCRN
Local Calling Area Screening Table
LCASCRCN
Local Calling Area Screening Control Table
LCASCRCN.LCASCR
Local Calling Area Screening Subtable
LCCOPT
Line Class Code Compatible Options Table
LCLRS
TOPS Calling Tariff to Local Rate Step Table
LCLRSI
TOPS Calling Tariff to Local Rate Step Inactive Table
LCMDRINV
Line Concentration Module Drawer Inventory Table
LCMINV
Line Concentrating Module Inventory Table
LDASCRN
Long Distance Alerting Screening Table (MMP only)
LDTINV
Line Appearance on a Digital Trunk Inventory Table
LENFEAT
Line Feature Table
LENFEAT(ADL)
Abbreviated Dialing (Feature ADL) Subtable
LENFEAT(AIN)
Advanced Intelligent Network (Feature AIN) Subtable
LENFEAT(AIOD)
Auto−Identified Outward Dialing (Feature AIOD) Subtable
LENFEAT(AUL)
Automatic Line (Feature AUL) Subtable
LENFEAT(BCLID)
Bulk Calling Line Identification (Feature BCLID) Subtable
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Short Name
Title
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LENFEAT(CDA)
Call Diversion (Feature CDA) Subtable
LENFEAT(CFFPOVR)
Call Forward Fraud Prevention Override (Feature CFFPOVR) Subtable
LENFEAT(CLI)
Calling Line Identification (Feature CLI) Subtable
LENFEAT(CSDDS)
Circuit Switched Digital Data Service (Feature CSDDS) Subtable
LENFEAT(CTD)
Carrier Toll Denied (Feature CTD) Subtable
LENFEAT(ESG)
Emergency Service Group (Feature ESG) Subtable
LENFEAT(ESL)
Emergency Service with Ringdown Trunk (Feature ESL) Subtable
LENFEAT(EWAL)
Enhanced WATS Access Line (Feature EWAL) Subtable
LENFEAT(FCTDINT)
Full Carrier Toll Deny for International Carriers (Feature FCTDINT) Subtable
LENFEAT(FRO)
Sleeve Lead Control (Feature FRO) Subtable
LENFEAT(FRS)
Sleeve Lead for Public Fire Reporting System (Feature FRS) Subtable
LENFEAT(HTL)
Hot Line (Feature HTL) Subtable
LENFEAT(IDND)
International Do Not Disturb (Feature IDND) Subtable
LENFEAT(ILR)
International Line Restrictions (Feature ILR) Subtable
LENFEAT(INDC)
International No Double Connect (Feature INDC) Subtable
LENFEAT(LPIC)
Local Primary Intra−LATA Carrier (Feature LPIC) Subtable
LENFEAT(LSPSO)
Local Service Provider Switch Owner (Feature LSPSO) Subtable
LENFEAT(MBK)
Make Busy Key (Feature MBK) Subtable
LENFEAT(MPB)
Multi−Party Bridge (Feature MPB) Subtable
LENFEAT(OUTWT)
OUTWATS (Feature OUTWT) Subtable
LENFEAT(PIC)
Primary Inter−LATA Carrier (Feature PIC) Subtable
LENFEAT(RMB)
Random Make Busy (Feature RMB) Subtable
LENFEAT(RMP)
Remote Meter Pulsing (Feature RMP) Subtable
LENFEAT(RMS)
Remote Register Signal Distributor Point (Feature RMS) Subtable
LENFEAT(RSUS)
Requested Suspension (Feature RSUS) Subtable
LENFEAT(SC1)
Speed Calling Short List (Feature SC1) Subtable
LENFEAT(SC2)
Speed Calling Long List (Feature SC2) Subtable
LENFEAT(SCMP)
Series Completion (Feature SCMP) Subtable
LENFEAT(SDN)
Secondary Directory Number (Feature SDN) Subtable
LENFEAT(SDY)
AT&T Line Studies (Feature SDY) Subtable
LENFEAT(SHU)
Stop Hunt (Feature SHU) Subtable
LENFEAT(SLU)
Subscribers Line Usage (Feature SLU) Subtable
LENFEAT(SPB)
Special Billing Code (Feature SPB) Subtable
LENFEAT(TBO)
Terminating Billing Option (Feature TBO) Subtable
LENFEAT(WLN)
Warm Line (Feature WLN) Subtable
LENLINES
Line Assignment Table
LGINCTRL
Login Control Table
LIMCDINV
Link Interface Module Card Inventory Table
LIMINV
Link Interface Module Inventory Table
LIMPTINV
Link Interface Module Port Inventory Table
LINEATTR
Line Attribute Table
LIUINV
Link Interface Unit Inventory Table
LKIDTAB
Link Identifier Table
LMINV
Line Module Inventory Table
LMOVCODE
Line−to−Trunk Overlap Outpulse Table
LMRNG
Line Module Ring Code Table
LNADMIN
Line Administration Table
LNBNV
Line Balance Network Value Table
LNCODE
TOPS Line Number Method of Coin Control Table
LNETWORK
Logical Metering Networks Table
LNINV
Line Circuit Inventory Table
LNINVEXT
Line Inventory Extension Table
LNMPEOC
Line Multipoint Embedded Operations Channel Table
LNMTRNAM
Line Meter Names Table
LNPCODE
Local Number Portability Code Table
LNPOPTS
Local Number Portability Options Table
LNPRTE
Local Number Portability Route Table
LNSIGSYS
Line Signaling System Table
LNSIGSYS(DELDIAL)
Signaling Type DELDIAL Subtable
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Short Name
Title
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LNSIGSYS(N5)
Signaling Type N5 Subtable
LNSIGSYS(NTLS03)
Signaling Type NTLS03 Subtable
LNSIGSYS(NTLS04)
Signaling Type NTLS04 Subtable
LNSIGSYS(NTLS05)
Signaling Type NTLS05 Subtable
LNSIGSYS(NTLS06
Signaling Type NTLS06 Incoming Subtable
Incoming)
LNSIGSYS(NTLS06
Signaling Type NTLS06 Outgoing Subtable
Outgoing)
LNSIGSYS(NTLS07
Signaling Type NTLS07 Incoming Subtable
Incoming)
LNSIGSYS(NTLS07
Signaling Type NTLS07 Outgoing Subtable
Outgoing)
LNSIGSYS(NTLS08
Signaling Type NTLS08 Incoming Subtable
Incoming)
LNSIGSYS(NTLS08
Signaling Type NTLS08 Outgoing Subtable
Outgoing)
LNSIGSYS(NTLS09
Signaling Type NTLS09 Incoming Subtable
Incoming)
LNSIGSYS(NTLS09
Signaling Type NTLS09 Outgoing Subtable
Outgoing)
LNSIGSYS(NTLS10)
Signaling Type NTLS10 Subtable
LNSIGSYS(NTLS11
Signaling Type NTLS11 Incoming Subtable
Incoming)
LNSIGSYS(NTLS11
Signaling Type NTLS11 Outgoing Subtable
Outging)
LNSIGSYS(NTLS14)
Signaling Type NTLS14 Subtable
LNSIGSYS(NTLS15
Signaling Type NTLS15 Incoming Subtable
Incoming)
LNSIGSYS(NTLS15
Signaling Type NTLS15 Outgoing Subtable
Outgoing)
LNSIGSYS(NTLS16
Signaling Type NTLS16 Incoming Subtable
Incoming)
LNSIGSYS(NTLS16
Signaling Type NTLS16 Outgoing Subtable
Outgoing)
LNSIGSYS(NTLS16
Signaling Type NTLS16 Two−Way Subtable
Two−Way)
LNSIGSYS(NTLS20
Signaling Type NTLS20 Incoming Subtable
Incoming)
LNSIGSYS(NTLS20
Signaling Type NTLS20 Outgoing Subtable
Outgoing)
LNSIGSYS(NTLS22
Signaling Type NTLS22 Incoming Subtable
Incoming)
LNSIGSYS(NTLS22
Signaling Type NTLS22 Outgoing Subtable
Outgoing)
LNSIGSYS(NTLS24
Signaling Type NTLs24 Incoming/Outgoing Subtable
Incoming/Outgoing)
LNSIGSYS(WINKSIG)
Signaling Type WINKSIG Subtable
LNSMTCE
Line Maintenance Table
LNTDM
Line Time Division Multiplex Table
LNTHRSH
Lines and Thresholds Management Table
LOGCLASS
Log Class Table
LOGDEV
Log Device Table
LOGINFO
Log Control Information Table
LPBKMEM
Loopback Trunk Member Table
LSCFLAGS
Line Screening Code Flag Table
LSPINFO
Local Service Provider Information Table
LTCALLS
Logical Terminal Calls Table
LTCINV
Line Trunk Controller Inventory Table
LTCPSINV
Line Trunk Controller P−Side Link Inventory Table
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LTCRINV
Line Trunk Controller Remote Inventory Table
LTCRPINV
Line Trunk Controller Remote P−Side Link Inventory Table
LTDATA
Logical Terminal Data Table
LTDEF
Logical Terminal Definition Table
LTDSD
Line Test Desk Signal Distribution Table
LTGRP
Logical Terminal Group Table
LTMAP
Logical Terminal Mapping Table
LTPAUX
Line Test Position Auxiliary Commands Table
LTPDEF
Line Test Position Default Commands Table
MCCSNBEC
Mechanized Calling Card Service Non−Bell Exchange Carrier Table
MCCSOST
TOPS Mechanized Calling Card Service Originating Station Treatment Table
MDESTIDX
Metering Destination Index Table
MDNGRP
Multiple Appearance Directory Number Group Table
MDNMEM
Multiple Appearance Directory Number Member Table
MDSACTN
TOPS Message Delivery System Actions Table
MDSLANG
TOPS Message Delivery System Language Table
MDSOPT
TOPS Message Delivery Service Options Table
MFCACT
Multi−Frequency Compelled Signal to Activity Translation Table
MFCPROT
Multi−Frequency Compelled Protocol Tuples List Table
MFCTRTMT
MFC Activity to Extended Treatment Translation Table
MILES
TOPS Mileage Table
MILESI
TOPS Mileage Inactive Table
MINCHG
TOPS Minimum Charge Table
MINCHGI
TOPS Minimum Charge Inactive Table
MLCCOPT
Mobile Line Class Code Compatible Table
MMA0−9
Minimum, Maximum Digits, and Ambiguous Code Table
MMCONF
IBN Meet−Me Conference Table
MNETATTR
Metering Network Attributes Table
MOBCENT
Mobile Centrex Provisioning Table
MODEMPRO
Modem Protocol Name Definition Table
MODMAP
ITOPS Rating Charge Calculator Day Charge Modification Map Table
MODSET
ITOPS Rating Charge Calculator Time Charge Modification Set Table
MOPTOPT
Mobile Incompatible Options Table
MPBINV
Multi−Party Bridge Inventory Table
MPC
Multi−Protocol Controller Table
MPCFASTA
Multi−Protocol Controller Fast Applications Table
MPCLINK
Multi−Protocol Controller Link Table
MPCLOGIN
Multi−Protocol Controller Login Table
MPCLSET
Multi−Protocol Controller Linkset Table
MPHCON
Multiple Position Hunt Console Table
MPHGRP
Multiple Position Hunt Group Table
MQLIMITS
Maintenance Q−Limits Table
MRSANAME
List of Multi−Unit Message Rate Area Names Table
MSBINV
Message Switching Buffer Inventory Table
MSBPSINV
Message Switching Buffer P−Side Inventory Table
MSCDINV
Message Switch Cards Inventory Table
MSRCDATA
Metering Source Data Table
MSFWLOAD
Message Switch Firmware Load Table
MSGRTE
PRA Facility Message Routing Table
MSILINV
Message Switch Inter−MS Link Inventory Table
MSINV
Message Switch Inventory Table
MTAHORIZ
Metallic Test Access Horizontal Connection Table
MTAMDRVE
Metallic Test Access Minibar Driver Table
MTARFIDX
Metering Tariff Index Table
MTARFNUM
Metering Tariff Number Table
MTARIFF
Metering Tariff Table
MTAVERT
Metallic Test Access Vertical Connection Table
MTCFAIL
Maintenance Failure Messages Table
MTCTEST
Maintenance Failure Messages Table
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MTD
Magnetic Tape Device Table
MTSIGSYS
Hardware Metering for Trunks Signaling System Table
MTRLNET
Metering Logical Networks Table (MMP only)
MTRLMOG
Metered Originator Groups Table (MMP only)
MTRMOTS
Metered Originator Tariff Sets Table (MMP only)
MTRNAMES
Meter Names Table (MMP only)
MTRNETIF
Metering Network Dependent Information Table (MMP only)
MTRSYSPM
Metering System Parameters Table (MMP only)
MTRTARIF
Metering Tariffs Table (MMP only)
MTRTTS
Metering Time−and−Date Tariff Sets Table (MMP only)
MUMRMBI
Multi−Unit Message Rate Message Billing Index Table
MUMRTAB
Multi−Unit Message Rate Screening Table
MWDATA
Milliwatt Data Table
N7CLLDGT
N7 (CCITT No. 7) Called Global Title Table
N7CLLGGT
N7 (CCITT No. 7) Calling Global Title Table
NACDGRP
Network Automatic Call Distribution Group Table
NARDATA
Network Access Registers Data Table
NATDGTAN
National Digit Analyser Table
NBECCODE
Non−Bell Exchange Company Code Table
NCOS
Network Class−of−Service Table
NCSADDR
Network Control System Address Table
NCSAPPL
Network Control System Application Table
NETATTR
Network Attributes Table
NETJUNCT
Network Junction Group Table
NETNAMES
Internal Logical Network Names Table
NETTOPRT
NETINFO−to−Partition Number Mapping Table
NETTOSTS
Network Information Table
NETWORK
Network Assignment Table
NIUINV
Network Interface Unit Inventory Table
NLUPCLLI
Nailed−Up Connection CLLI Table
NMSDATA
Network Message Service Data Table
NNASST
Node Number Assignment Table
NO6BDXLA
CCITT No. 6 Band Translation Table
NO6LINKS
CCITT No. 6 Signaling Links Table
NO6LKSET
CCITT No. 6 Link Set Table
NO6RTSET
CCITT No. 6 Route Set Table
NO6STP
CCITT No. 6 Signal Transfer Point Table
NO6STPBD
CCITT No. 6 Signal Transfer Point Table
NO6TKMEM
CCITT No. 6 Trunk Member Table
NOPADDR
Network Operations Protocol Address Table
NOPAPPLN
Network Operations Protocol Applications Table
NOPDEST
Network Operations Protocol Destination Table
NOPUSERS
Network Operations Protocol Users Table
NPACAT
Serving NPA Category Digit Table
NPACHECK
TOPS NPA Check Table
NPASPLIT
Numbering Plan Area Split Management Table
NPDIGMAP
Number Portability Digit Mapping Table
NPENDING
Number Pending Table
NPRESERV
Number Pooling Reserved Number Marketing Table
NSCANNS
Number Service Code Announcement Table
NSCCARR
Number Service Code 800 Plus Southbound Carrier ID Validation Table
NSCCODE
Number Service Code Table
NSCDEFS
Number Service Code Database Response Timeouts Table
NSCHEAD
Number Service Code Head Table
NSCRTE
Number Service Code Route Table
NSCSCRN
Number Service Code Screening Table
NSCSNPA
Number Service Code Special Area Codes Table
NSIMAP
Non−Specified Information String Map Table (MMP only)
NSTAFAS
Night Service Trunk Answer From Any Station Table
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NTCLANGS
Notification of Time and Charge Languages Table
NUMBFMT
ITOPS Position Display Number Formatting Table
NUMDIGS
Number of Digits Table (MMP only)
NWMAOCR
Network Management Automatic Out−of−Chain Reroute Table
NWMCLLI
Network Management CLLI Table
NWMIDOC
Network Management Internal Dynamic Overload Control Table
NWMPPLN
Network Management Pre−Plan Control Table
NWMSC
Network Management Scan Group Table
NWMSCPT
Network Management Scan Point Table
NWMSD
Network Management Signal Distributor Group Table
NWMSDPT
Network Management Signal Distributor Point Table
NX64MEM
NX64 Member Table
OACAUPRF
Operator Services Systems Advanced Intelligent Network (OSSAIN)
Cause Profile Table
OACNNPRF
OSSAIN Connecting Profile Table
OACTLDEF
Control List Definition Table
OADSCPRF
OSSAIN Post Disconnect Profile Table
OADTFPRF
OSSAIN Dual−Tone Multi−Frequency Profile Table
OAFUNBLK
OSSAIN Function Blocking Table
OAFUNDEF
OSSAIN Function Definition Table
OAFNDISP
OSSAIN Function Disposition Table
OAINCTLA
OSSAIN Control List Assignment Table
OAINPARM
OSSAIN Parameters Table
OAINPRE
OSSAIN Pre−Processing Table
OAINRTE
OSSAIN Route Table
OANODINV
OSSAIN Node Inventory Table
OANODNAM
OSSAIN Node Name Table
OATLKPRF
OSSAIN Talking Profile Table
OATPRFIX
OSSAIN Trigger Profile Table
OASESNPL
OSSAIN Session Pool Table
OAVLMAP
OSSAIN Node Inventory Table
OCCINFO
Equal Access Other Common Carrier Information Table
OCCMAP
Equal Access List of Other Common Carrier Mapping Table
OCCNAME
Equal Access List of Other Common Carrier Names Table
OCCRDIG
Equal Access Other Common Carrier R−Digit Table
OCCSRV
Equal Access Other Common Carrier Service Data Table
OCCTSINT
Equal Access Other Common Carrier Traffic Separation Intersection Table
OCDLGRP
Operator Centralization Data Link Group Table
OCGRP
Operator Centralization Group Table
OCHOST
Operator Centralization Host Table
OCHOSTQ
Operator Centralization Host Queue Table
OCIPDL
Operator Centralization Internet Protocol Map Table
OCOFC
Operator Centralization Office Table
OCPARMS
Operator Centralization Parameter Table
OFC
Outbound Facility Table
OFCAUT
Office Auto−Provisioning Table
OFCCODE
Office Code Table
OFCHEAD
Office Code Head Table
OFCRTE
Office Code Route Table
OFRT
Office Route Table
OFRT(AFR)
Automatic Flexible Routing (Selector AFR) Subtable
OFRT(CND)
Calling Number Delivery (Selector CND) Subtable
OFRT(DCRT)
Dynamically Controlled Routing (Selector DCRT) Subtable
OFRT(DN)
Directory Number (Selector DN) Subtable
OFRT(ISA)
Integrated Service Access (Selector ISA) Subtable
OFRT(MEM)
Trunk Group Member (Selector MEM) Subtable
OFRT(MN)
Route Selector MN (Selector MN) Subtable
OFRT(N)
Route Selector N (Selector N) Subtable
OFRT(N2)
Route Selector N2 (Selector N2) Subtable
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OFRT(NODE)
Route Selector NODE (Selector NODE) Subtable
OFRT(NOT)
Route Selector NOT (Selector NOT) Subtable
OFRT(NPOS)
Route Selector NPOS (Selector NPOS) Subtable
OFRT(NPOSDN)
Route Selector NPOS (Selector NPOSDN) Subtable
OFRT(QH)
Queue Head (Selector QH) Subtable
OFRT(RT)
Retranslate (Selector RT) Subtable
OFRT(RX)
Retranslate IBN (Selector RX) Subtable
OFRT(S)
Route Selector S (Selector S) Subtable
OFRT(SG)
Super Trunk Group (Selector SG) Subtable
OFRT(ST)
Same Subtable (Selector ST) Subtable
OFRT(SX)
Route Selector S (Selector SX) Subtable
OFRT(T)
Route Selector T (Selector T) Subtable
OFRT(TC)
Route Selector T (Selector TC) Subtable
OFRT(TPBX)
Route Selector TPBX (Selector TPBX) Subtable
OFRT(TRMT)
Treatment (Selector TRMT) Subtable
OFRT(TS)
Two−Stage (Selector TS) Subtable
OFRT(UOP)
Uniform Outpulsing (Selector UOP) Subtable
OFR2
Office Route−2 Table
OFR3
Office Route−3 Table
OFR4
Office Route−4 Table
OFCTIID
Office Trigger Item identifier Table
OFRTMAP
ISDN OFRT Route Reference Table
OFRTMA2
ISDN OFR2 Route Reference Table
OFRTMA3
ISDN OFR3 Route Reference Table
OFRTMA4
ISDN OFR4 Route Reference Table
OGTMPKEY
Outgoing Trunk Multi−Purpose Key Table
OGTSPKEY
Outgoing Trunk Single−Purpose Key Table
OHBTADMN
Off−Hook Balance Testing Administration Table
OHBTINV
Off−Hook Balance Testing Inventory Table
OHIP
Office Hardware Inventory Package Table
OHIPBULK
Bulk Hardware Inventory Package Table
OIASTART
Open Information Access Automatic Session Start Table
OICBC
Office Identification Code Billing Code Table
OLNSDARS
OLNS Directory Assistance Billing Restriction Table
OLNSDFLT
OLNS Default Table
OLNSEQDP
OLNS Service/Equipment Display Table
OLNSERR
OLNS Error Table
OLNSLANG
OLNS Language Table
OLNSRSDP
OLNS Originating Line Number Screening Restricted Billing Display Table
OLNSTARS
OLNS Toll and Assist Billing Restriction Table
OMACC
Operational Measurements Accumulator Table
OMACCESS
Operational Measurements Group Access Table
OMACCFLD
Operational Measurements Accumulator Field Table
OMACCGRP
Operational Measurements Accumulator Groups Table
OMACCKEY
Operational Measurements Accumulator Key Table
OMACCTOT
Operational Measurements Accumulator Total Table
OMDEV
Operational Measurements Device Table
OMGRPORD
Operational Measurements Group Order Table
OMPRT
Operational Measurements Printer Table
OMREPORT
Operational Measurements Report Table
OMTAPE
Operational Measurements Output Recording Table
OMTHRESH
Threshold Alarms Table
OMTOTAL
Operational Measurements Totaling Table
OOCBILL
OOC Overseas Billing Restrictions Table
OPENANI
Open Numbering Plan ANI Table
OPMINV
Outside Plant Module Inventory Table
OPRCMPLX
Table Operator Complex and Unit ID Table
OPRDAT
TOPS Operator Data Table
OPRINFO
Operator Information Table
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OPRPRFX
ITOPS Operator Automatic Prefixing Table
OPRTRANS
TOPS Operator Translations Table
OPTCTL
Option Control Table
OPTOPT
Incompatible Options Table
OPTTREAT
Optional Treatment Table
OQCQPROF
OSSAIN QMS Call Queue Profile Table
ORIGRC
TOPS Point−to−Point Rating Originating Rate Centers Table
OSCVLGRP
OSSAIN Centralization Voice Link Group Table
OSIPARMS
Open Systems Interconnect Parameter Table
OSIROUTE
Open Systems Interconnect Routing Table
OSNCCAP
Operator Services Network Capability Table
OSSANNS
Operator Services System Announcements Table
OSSCAT
ANIID Mapping for TOPS Trunk Groups with OSS Table
OSSPROV
Operation System Support Provisioning Table
OVNTRNSL
Overseas Number Translation Table
OVR0−9
Overseas Route Tables
OVRMAP
Overseas Route Index Mapping Table
OVSBILL
TOPS Overseas Billing Restrictions Table
OVSCC
TOPS Overseas Credit Card Table
OVSCCYL
TOPS Overseas Credit Card Year Letter Table
OVSRS
TOPS Overseas Rate Step Table
OVSRSI
TOPS Overseas Rate Step Inactive Table
OWATZONE
OUTWATS Zone Table
OWNER
Owner Table
OWNTAB
Ownership Table
PACMAN
IBN ESN Protocol Analysis and Code Manipulation Table
PADDATA
Pad Data Table
PADNDEV
Patch Administration Device Table
PARSDENY
TOPS Personal Audio Response System Denial Table
PARSMBR
TOPS Personal Audio Response System Member Table
PATALARM
Patch Alarm Table
PATCHOPT
Patcher Options Table
PATCTRL
Patch Control Table
PATNS
Patch Nodeset Table
PATSET
Patch Set Table
PCIC
Phantom Carrier Identification Code Table
PCITRK
Preselect Carrier Identification Trunk Table (MMP only)
PCIXLA
Preselect Carrier Identification Translation Table (MMP only)
PECINV
Product Engineering Code Inventory Table
PFCTRL
Power Feature Control Table
PFXTREAT
Prefix Treatment Table
PHDS1
Packet Handler to DS−1 Connection Table
PHINFO
Packet Handler Information Table
PHINV
Packet Handler Inventory Table
PICNAME
Primary Inter−LATA Carrier Name Table
PILOTGRP
Pilot Groups Table
PINDATA
Personal Identification Number Data Table
PLATAB
Physical Link Adapter Table
PMEXCEPT
Peripheral Modules Excepted Table
PMLOADS
Peripheral Module Loads Table
PMNODES
Peripheral Module Nodes Table
PNINFO
Ported Number Routing Information Table (MMP only)
PNSCRN
Ported Number Screening Table (MMP only)
PODPATTR
Public Office Dialing Plan Attributes Table
POECNM
Path−of−Entry Characteristic Name Table
POECSCRN
Path−of−Entry Characteristic Screening Table
PORTNUMS
Portable Numbers Table
POSITION
Position Table
POSNAME
List of Position Names Table
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PRECONF
Preset Conference Table
PREFHUNT
Preferential Hunt List Member Table
PREPLANS
Network Management Preplan Table
PRIPROF
Primary Rate Interface Profile Table
PRTN2CCD
Pre−Translator to CC Translator Name Table
PRTTONET
Partition Number to NETINFO Mapping Table
PS
Program Store Assignment Table
PSCNUM
Private Speed Call Number Table
PSNAILUP
P−Side Nail−Up Table
PSTNTRK
Public Switched Telephone Network Trunk Table
PTIDTAB
Port Identifier Table
PTP
TOPS Point−to−Point Rating Table
PVCINFO
Permanent Virtual Circuit Information Table
PVCTYPE
Permanent Virtual Circuit Type Table
PVDNAGEN
Private Virtual Data Network Agent Table
PVDNCHAN
Private Virtual Data Network Channel Table
PVDNCUST
Private Virtual Data Network Customer Table
PVDNCUST.AGENTS
Private Virtual Data Network Customer Agents Subtable
PVDNCUST.CONNECT
Private Virtual Data Network Customer Connect Subtable
PXCODE
Prefix Code Table
PXHEAD
Prefix Code Head Table
PXLAMAP
ISDN Pre−Translation Map Table
PXRTE
Prefix Code Route Table
QAPLNDEF
Queue Management System Application Definition Table
QCLASS
ITOPS Automatic Call Distribution Call Classes Table
QDEF
ITOPS Automatic Call Distribution Call Queues Table
QMSCQDEF
Queue Management System Call Queue Definition Table
QMSMIS
Queue Management System MIS Link Definition Table
QMSTOPS
Queue Management System TOPS Initial Call Type Assignment Table
QPROFILE
ITOPS Automatic Call Distribution Operator Call Handling Table
QPROP
ITOPS Automatic Call Distribution Call Properties Table
QT0−QT5D
OOC Day Queue Length Threshold Table
QT0−QT5H
ITOPS Queue Length Threshold High−Traffic Table
QT0−QT5L
ITOPS Queue Length Threshold Low−Traffic Table
QT0−QT5N
OOC Night Queue Length Threshold Table
QTHRESH
ITOPS Queue Threshold Limits Table
QTTIDXD
OOC Day Queue Length Threshold Table Index Table
QTTIDXH
ITOPS Queue Length Threshold High−Traffic Table Index Table
QTTIDXL
ITOPS Queue Length Threshold Low−Traffic Table Index Table
QTTIDXN
OOC Night Queue Length Threshold Table Index Table
R2BILSRV
R2 Billing Service Table
R2CLGSRV
ITOPS Mapping R2 Trunk Signal−to−Table ITOPSERV Index Table
R2PROT
R2 Protocol Description Table
RADR
Receiver Attachment Delay Recorder Table
RAINV
Resource Aggregate Inventory Table
RALNK
Resource Aggregate Link Table
RAO
TOPS Domestic RAO Codes Table
RAOCHECK
TOPS RAO Check Table
RASLAPPL
Robust Application Session Layer Application Table
RATEAREA
Rate Area Table
RATEMOD
TOPS Rate Break Map Table
RBKMAP
TOPS Rate Break Map Inactive Table
RBKMAPI
TOPS Rate Break Set Table
RBKSET
TOPS Rate Break Set Inactive Table
RBKSETI
Remote Cluster Controller Inventory Table
RCCINV
Remote Cluster Controller P−Side Link Inventory Table
RCCPSINV
Remote Call Forwarding Calling Line Identification Table
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X−Band Receive Converter
Overview
This is a device which will allow a person to monitor the X− & Ku−band frequency ranges (8−14
GHz) using conventional low−frequency receivers or RF test equipment. The converter works by
mixing an incoming frequency with a clean, low−noise, phase−locked 10 GHz local oscillator
signal. The Intermediate Frequency (IF) output of the RF mixer will then be in the DC to 3.0 GHz
frequency range.
Constructing a phase−locked 10 GHz signal source will be the most difficult part of this
project. There is a simple solution, though. Hittite Microwave Corp. makes a very nice chip (and
matching evaluation board) called the "HMC444 x8 Active Frequency Multiplier." What this
component does is multiple an incoming frequency between 1.2−1.5 GHz eight times for a new
output frequency in the 9.6−12 GHz range. So, by inputting a phase−locked RF signal at 1.25 GHz,
you'll get a nice stable 10 GHz signal which can then power the local oscillator port on your RF
mixer.
The 1.25 GHz Phase−Locked Loop (PLL) oscillator for this project will be based around a slightly
modified homebrew Amateur Television (ATV) transmitter for the 23 cm (1.2−1.3 GHz) amateur
radio band. The synthesizer for this converter will be the Motorola MC145151 PLL chip, which is
easily salvageable from old commercial satellite/CATV receivers and even some older two−way
VHF radios. The PLL will require an external "divide−by−128" prescaler to convert the 1.25 GHz
output frequency down to something the MC145151 can handle. We'll be using a Fujitsu MB506 (or
NEC UPB1507 or Motorola MC12022) prescaler, which can be found in some MMDS
downconverters or in older Nokia/Uniden analog cellular phones and 900 MHz cordless phones.
The VCO for the oscillator will be a Z−Comm CLV1137, which was designed to only cover the
1,100−1,175 MHz range. It'll be operated "out−of−band" for this project as it was the only VCO
module I had available which covered this frequency range. Mini−Circuits has many different VCO
modules which should also work. Just look for something with a similar MHz/Volt rating and
frequency range as the Z−Comm CLV1137 so you don't have to fiddle with the MC145151's loop
filter calculations.
An evaluation board for the HMC444 multiplier will be used here to help minimize the need for
constructing PC boards operating in the 10 GHz range. The HMC444 evaluation board is ready to
operate as it comes, just add +5 VDC. The HMC444 takes a RF input level of around −5 to 0 dBm,
multiples the signal eight times, and outputs a new RF signal with an output power of around +6
dBm. It does all this without any arcane supporting components! The HMC444 evaluation board is
available for order directly from Hittite.
This device is handy for monitoring any law enforcement RF signals at around 10.525
GHz. X−band radar guns operate near this frequency and also some older analog video
surveillance transmitters. Those video signals can be easily demodulated using standard FM video
demodulation techniques − once you get it down to a lower frequency. You can also monitor those
Ku−band (13−14 GHz) satellite uplink transmissions which operate near the various NFL
stadiums. Certain cable TV companies also have unencrypted NTSC point−to−point microwave
relay transmissions in the Ku−band for when they can't run coaxial cable. This is very handy if you
don't want to pay for cable TV...
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Pictures & Construction Notes
Constructing the 1.25 GHz phase−locked loop oscillator board.
The Z−Comm CLV1137 is the silver square on the lower−right. The 8−pin SMT chip next to it is the
Fujitsu MB506 prescaler. The 8−pin DIP chip to the left of the CLV1137 is an EL2020
wide−bandwidth op−amp. To the left of that, is a MC33171 low−power op−amp for the PLL loop
filter.
On the upper−right are the 78M05 and 78M12 voltage regulators. The 8−pin SMT chip to the left of
the voltage regulators is an ICL7660 negative voltage regulator for powering the op−amps.
The EL2020 op−amp isn't really needed for this converter project, but it will allow you to modulate
the VCO if you should ever require. A wide−bandwidth op−amp like the EL2020 also isn't
necessary unless you plan to modulate the VCO with a video signal.
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Overview of the Motorola MC145151 PLL circuitry.
The passive components for the MC145151's loop filter are shown just below the MC145151.
The 2N3904 transistor on the upper−left is for controlling a "PLL Lock" LED.
For this converter project, the MC145151 will be using an external 10 MHz
Temperature−Compensated Crystal Oscillator (TCXO) for generating the MC145151's reference
frequency (78,125 Hz).
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Overview of the completed 1.25 GHz phase−locked loop oscillator board.
The blue multiturn potentiometer in the middle is for adjusting the deviation of any optional
modulating signal.
There are two feed−through capacitors (lower−right) for supplying clean +12V and +5V for the
TCXO and HMC444 evaluation board.
Note that the pictures and schematic of this oscillator board will vary due to constant tweaking. The
schematic will have the correct component values.
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Closeup view of the completed 1.25 GHz phase−locked loop oscillator board.
Main +15V DC input to the board is via a feed−through capacitor (lower−left).
The RF output (upper−left) is via a N connector.
The external 10 MHz signal for the MC145151 input (middle−left) is via a BNC connector.
Modulation input (lower−left) is via a F connector.
The final RF output of this oscillator was −5 dBm.
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Closeup view of the completed 1.25 GHz phase−locked loop oscillator board.
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External 10 MHz TXCO crystal reference oscillator.
It is a EG&G Frequency Products, Inc. model T424 and was from an old Qualcomm OmniTRACS
satellite fleet tracking system.
The TCXO just needs a source of +12V and a large bypass capacitor (33 µF or so). The output of
the TCXO is via a short piece of coax with a BNC connector.
Any 10 MHz crystal oscillator will do, but remember that any frequency error or noise in the PLL
reference frequency will essentially be multiplied 128,000 times.
It's also possible to tune this particular 10 MHz oscillator to within a few Hertz of 10 MHz by
zero−beating its signal to WWV.
EG&G TCXO Pinout
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Attaching the external 10 MHz TXCO crystal to the outside of the MMDS downconverter case
housing the oscillator board.
The 10 MHz signal is applied to the oscillator board via the gold−colored BNC connection.
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The microwave−range RF mixer for this converter is based around a salvaged Magnum MO64
mixer.
A short piece of conformable coax with a male SMA connector was added for the LO input to the
MO64 mixer. This little module's original LO signal was disabled.
The lower female SMA connector is the mixer's IF output.
The upper female SMA connector is the mixer's RF input.
The MO64's specifications are:
RF Range:
LO Range:
IF Range:
LO Power:
Conversion Loss:
6.0−12.5 GHz
5.0−15.0 GHz
DC−2.5 GHz
+10 dBm
5.0 dB
Any RF mixer with similar specifications will also work. Note that we'll be running the LO power
below the required level, which can increase the mixer's conversion loss. The "RF" and "LO" ports
can be interchanged on most mixer models with minimal performance loss.
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Overview of the Hittite HMC444 evaluation board.
The 1.25 GHz RF input will via the right−side SMA connector and the "multiplied−by−8" 10 GHz RF
output will be via the left−side SMA connector.
The SMA connector labeled "Vdd" is for the HMC444's +5 VDC input.
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AC power input for the ammo box case we'll be using.
Filtered 120 VAC input goes through a circuit breaker and power switch. This is then applied to a
18 VDC / 200 mA wall−wart power supply which will be powering the oscillator and multiplier
circuits.
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Mounting the Magnum MO64 mixer and HMC444 evaluation board.
+5 VDC power for the HMC444 active multiplier comes in via the SMA connector on the right−side
of the board.
The HMC444 evaluation board has some double−sided foam tape on the bottom of the board to
prevent it from flopping around.
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Mounting the 1.25 GHz oscillator module to the side of the case.
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Overview of the front−panel and 1.25 GHz oscillator to HMC444 board connections.
A high−quality N connector will be used for the microwave RF input.
A BNC connector is used for the IF output.
A phono jack is used for the modulation input.
A green LED indicates when the PLL is locked.
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Finished case overview.
The RF input is via the N connector, which has a protective shell from an old PL−259 connector.
The downconverted IF output is via the BNC connector.
Any (optional) modulation signal for the VCO will be via a phono jack mounted under the BNC
connector.
The green "PLL Lock" LED starts out dim when initially powered, but glows brighter when the PLL
locks. A "PLL Unlock" LED might have been a better choice.
To operate the converter, apply your X−band or Ku−band RF signal (trying not to exceed 0 dBm) to
the RF mixer's input. It will then be mixed with the 10 GHz LO signal and your new lower frequency
signal will be taken at the mixer's IF output.
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13.0375 GHz Ku−band point−to−point relay link transmitter for a local TV station.
Using this converter project you can monitor video transmissions, if you are in the link's
beamwidth. The "downconverted" frequency would be 3.0375 GHz. Analog video links, which are
getting to be rare, are often just standard NTSC while digital links can be in the standard MPEG−4
format.
To view an analog (NTSC) transmission, you'd need to further downcovert the IF output frequency
to something your TV can receive (100−900 MHz or so). To view a digital transmission, you'd need
to apply the IF output frequency to the input of a C−band satellite receiver capable of decoding
standard MPEG−4 format. You may need to further downconvert the signal if the receiver requires
something between 950−1450 MHz.
The more advanced student should note that this process also works in reverse. Say, should you
ever need to broadcast a quick video or audio message to the audience of your local TV station.
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Bonus
A few years ago, brain−dead liberals and the pee−pee touchers at $2600 Magazine were frothing
on−and−on about the NSA "illegally listening to every phone call" in the U.S. Never mind this isn't
even technically possible but, hey, whatever gets you in the pants of 12−year−old boys. Anyway,
back in the real world, it turns out the NSA was just grepping through Call Detail Record (CDR)
data. This is basically phone switch data which logs a call desination, routing, length, etc. It does
NOT record any audio of the actual call. Sure, the NSA doing this is shady, but it's hardly the end of
the world.
Well, look what I found in an unlocked dumpster! DMS switch DCR data! Feel free for anyone to
use this fact to counter any stupid EFF lawsuits.
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End of Issue #74
Any Questions?
Editorial and Rants
More surveillance cameras for Eric Corley's New York City! Didn't John Brennan just
say there were no Islamic terrorists out there? LOL!
Bloomberg Wants 'Big Brother Britain' For NYC
May 11, 2010 − From: www.wcbstv.com
By Charlie D'agata
Mayor Michael Bloomberg has his eye on more security against terror attacks. He went to London
Tuesday to check out their surveillance camera system, one of the largest in the world.
Ever since the Times Square car bomb scare on May 1, the mayor's been looking to build up New
York's camera network.
That means adding to the ring of steel in Times Square, similar to central London's. The mayor said
more NYPD surveillance cameras may prevent another terror scare.
London has 500,000 surveillance cameras, more than any other city in the world.
Bloomberg visited London's mayor to see how these help Britain fight terror.
"We live in a world of suicide bombers. We live in a world of international terrorism," Bloomberg
said.
And a world where both cities have been targets. Bloomberg came to take a closer look at the
sprawling security network throughout London −− known as the "Ring of Steel." The mayor's
hoping to beef up New York's own surveillance system in the wake of the failed car bomb attack in
Times Square.
"It's not clear that they would have helped in Times Square. Other than if the perpetrator knew
there were cameras, he might not have tried to come into Times Square," Bloomberg said.
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London's about the same size as New York and its transit systems handle roughly the same number
of people every day.
Nearly everywhere you look in London, there's someone or some "thing" looking right back at
you. In fact, you could be caught on camera as many as 300 times in the course of one day.
Cameras record the license plate of every single car that enters the capital. Yet it didn't stop
terrorists from planting a car bomb outside this downtown nightclub three years ago. It failed to go
off.
"Nobody's going to make the world perfectly safe, but wouldn't you rather be somewhat safer?"
Bloomberg said.
He's banking on it as he plans to take "Big Brother Britain" back to New York City.
London's "Ring of Steel" was the inspiration for the 3,000−camera network being installed in lower
Manhattan and Midtown. The NYPD hopes all the cameras are installed by the end of 2011.
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Eric Corley's New York City sure is ass−backwards! Your kid can't count? Don't
worry! They'll work for Obama's census bureau or ACORN!
N.Y. Passes Students Who Get Wrong Answers on Tests
June 6, 2010 − From: www.nypost.com
By Carl Campanile & Susan Edelman
When does 2 + 2 = 5?
When you're taking the state math test.
Despite promises that the exams −− which determine whether students advance to the next
grade −− would not be dumbed down this year, students got "partial credit" for wrong
answers after failing to correctly add, subtract, multiply and divide. Some got credit for no
answer at all.
"They were giving credit for blatantly wrong things," said an outraged Brooklyn teacher who was
among those hired to score the fourth−grade test.
State education officials had vowed to "strengthen" and "increase the rigor" of both the questions
and the scoring when about 1.2 million kids in grades 3 to 8 −− including 450,000 in New York City
−− took English exams in April and math exams last month.
But scoring guides obtained by The Post reveal that kids get half−credit or more for showing
fragments of work related to the problem −− even if they screw up the calculations or leave the
answer blank.
Examples in the fourth−grade scoring guide include:
• A kid who answers that a 2−foot−long skateboard is 48 inches long gets half−credit for adding 24 and 24 instead
of the correct 12 plus 12.
• A miscalculation that 28 divided by 14 equals 4 instead of 2 is "partially correct" if the student uses the right
method to verify the wrong answer.
• Setting up a division problem to find one−fifth of $400, but not solving the problem −− and leaving the answer
blank −− gets half−credit.
• A kid who subtracts 57 cents from three quarters for the right change and comes up with 15 cents instead of 18
cents still gets half−credit.
• A student who figures the numbers of books in 35 boxes of 10 gets half−credit despite messed−up multiplication
that yields the wrong answer, 150 instead of 350.
These questions ask students to show their work. The scoring guidelines, called "holistic rubrics,"
require that points be given if a kid's attempt at an answer reflects a "partial understanding" of the
math concept, "addresses some element of the task correctly," or uses the "appropriate process" to
arrive at a wrong solution. Despite flubbing the answer, students can get 1 point on a 2−point
problem and 1 or 2 points on a 3−pointer.
The Brooklyn teacher said she and peers who had trained to score the tests were stunned at some
instructions.
"Everybody in the room was upset," she said.
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The teacher had scored tests with some "controversial questions" for several years, but "this time it
was more outrageous," she said. "You feel like you're being forced to cheat."
Scorers joked about giving points to kids who wrote their names, brought a pencil or shared gum.
However, score inflation is not funny, the whistleblower said.
"The kids who really need the help are just being shuffled along to the next grade without the
basic skills to have true success. They are given a hollow success −− that's the crime of
it. The state DOE is doing a disservice to its children."
Some testing experts are also troubled.
Ray Domanico, a former head of data analysis for city schools, said kids deserve a little credit for
partial knowledge but agreed the scoring system "raises some questions about whether it's to
generous."
State Education Department spokesman Tom Dunn defended the scoring.
"All teachers who score exams receive clear training and rubrics that detail scoring criteria for every
question on the tests," he said. "Students who show work and demonstrate a partial understanding
of the mathematical concepts or procedures embodied in the question receive partial credit."
But a few extra points can let a failing kid squeak by.
A year ago, Chancellor Joel Klein boasted that the city was making "dramatic progress" when 82
percent of city students passed the state math test and 69 percent passed in English, up sharply
from 2002. And fewer kids have been left back in recent years.
What officials didn't reveal was that the number of points needed to pass proficiency levels has, in
most cases, steadily dropped.
The state Board of Regents, which oversees the tests, has postponed the release of results until
late July, but let the city Department of Education set its own "promotional cut scores" to decide
which kids may be held back. The DOE will release those scores in the next two weeks, a
spokesman said.
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LOL! Soccer!
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Ohh... Look!
Muslim terrorist goatfuckers in the U.K are using wireless microphones during their little rallies.
I sure hope nobody finds that particular frequency and transmits any rude messages or squealing
pig noises on it! That would be very bad and not "culturally" sensitive!
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For just 75 cents a day, you too can sponsor this malnourished Kenyan Muslim!
Think about it. For only the price of a cup of coffee, you can clean him up, educate him, and get
him a community organizer job...
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