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TANDBERG 150 MXP
USER GUIDE
User Guide
TANDBERG 150 MXP
for Avaya Communications
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Making
Video
Calls
Making
Calls Using
Phone Book
Making
Telephone
Calls
Phone Book
Details
1
Incoming
Calls
Calling More
Than One
Video Meeting
Features
Contact
Information
Unpacking and Installation
150 MXP
Unpacking and Installation.................................................. 4
Assembling the Unit....................................................... 4
Mounting the (optional) Handset .................................... 4
Connecting Cables......................................................... 4
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Adding a New Contact Directly from the Call Log............
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Deleting a Contact in My Contacts................................ 20
Editing a Contact in My Contacts.................................. 20
Incoming Calls
About Incoming Calls.................................................... 22
Three Ways of Rejecting an Incoming Call...................... 22
Five Ways of Accepting an Incoming Call........................ 22
A Few Words on Privacy................................................ 23
About Do Not Disturb................................................... 23
Want to Change the Alert Signal?.................................. 23
Do Not Disturb............................................................. 23
Operating Principles
Introduction........................................................................ 6
About Making and Receiving Calls................................... 6
Using TTY for Text Exchange........................................... 6
The Icons Appearing on the Screen................................. 6
Your TANDBERG 150MXP Keypad at a Glance.................. 6
The Different Parts of Your 150MXP.......................................6
The Keyboard in Detail........................................................ 7
Navigating in the Menus...................................................... 8
Basic Menu Navigation Rules.......................................... 8
Speed Dials...................................................................... 10
About Speed Dials....................................................... 10
Using Speed Dials to Make Calls.................................. 10
Making Video Calls
Making Video Calls Dialling Manually................................. 12
Calling Someone Not Listed in Your Phone Book............ 12
Want to Make a Simple Telephone Call Instead?............ 12
Want to Make a Call Using the Phone Book instead?..... 12
Accessing the Alphanumeric Characters........................ 12
Dialling Tips................................................................. 12
Call Settings..................................................................... 13
Adjusting the Call Settings............................................ 13
Making Calls Using the Phone Book
About the Phone Book.................................................. 15
Calling Someone Listed in Your Phone Book.................. 15
Making Telephone Calls
Opening the Call Menu................................................. 17
Requirements.............................................................. 17
Making a Manual Telephone Call................................... 17
Making a Telephone Call Using Speed Dialling............... 17
Making a Telephone Call Using the Phone Book............. 17
Phone Book Details
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Accessing the Phone Book........................................... 19
The Call Log – Placed, Missed & Received Calls............ 19
Call Log Options........................................................... 19
Searching in the Phone Book........................................ 19
Adding a New Contact to My Contacts Manually............. 20
Making
Video
Calls
Making
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Phone Book
Making
Telephone
Calls
Phone Book
Details
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Calling More Than One
Calling Another Participant Whilst In a Call (Call Swapping)..... 25
About Calling Another Participant.................................. 25
Calling Two Persons at a Time....................................... 25
Call Transfer..................................................................... 26
About Call Transfer....................................................... 26
Blind Call Transfer........................................................ 26
Consultative Call Transfer............................................. 26
Initiating a Video Conference From Your 150 MXP.................. 27
Requirements.............................................................. 27
Setting Up a Conference (optional feature).................... 27
Video Meeting Features
Video Meeting Features – an Overview............................... 29
Requesting and Releasing Floor......................................... 30
About Requesting Floor................................................ 30
Requesting and Releasing Floor.................................... 30
View Other Participants..................................................... 31
About View Participant.................................................. 31
Viewing a List of Participants........................................ 31
Far End Camera Control.................................................... 32
About Far End Camera Control...................................... 32
About Camera Presets.................................................. 32
Controlling the Far End Camera..................................... 32
Far End Video Source........................................................ 33
About Far End Video Sources........................................ 33
Controlling the Far End Video Source............................ 33
Snapshot.......................................................................... 34
About Snapshots......................................................... 34
Viewing Snapshots....................................................... 34
Text Chat.......................................................................... 35
About Text Chatting...................................................... 35
Chatting....................................................................... 35
Contact Information.......................................................... 36
Incoming
Calls
Calling More
Than One
Video Meeting
Features
Contact
Information
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We recommend that you check out the
TANDBERG web site regularly for updated
versions of this manual:
http://www.tandberg.com/support/
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Unpacking and Installation
Your TANDBERG 150 MXP works right out of the box. All you
have to do is to connect the cables. This section shows
you how.
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Video Meeting
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Assembling the Unit
Connecting Cables
Socket for optional handset’s cable.
Assembling the unit is really easy. The system lies fully
assembled in the box. Remove the accessories box and
carefully lift the system out of the box. To protect the camera
lens while installing, we recommend that you let the camera
lens cap remain on. In the accessories box you should find:
See lower left corner of this page for
details.
Socket for optional headset. The
• LAN cable
• Power adapter and power cable
TANDBERG 150MXP has a 2.5mm 3-pole
mini-jack connector at its right side
marked with a headset symbol. This
allows the user to connect a standard
telecommunications headset to the
system.
Please report any discrepancies to your TANDBERG
Representative immediately.
Mounting the (optional) Handset
Headsets with the microphone positioned
in front of the user’s mouth, connected to
the earphone through a rod, tend to give
more echo than earbud headsets with
the microphone attached to the cord.
TANDBERG recommends the Plantronics
MX100 headset (http://www.plantronics.
com, products > mobile).
Handset is an optional device that must be ordered separately.
Contact your TANDBERG representative for more information.
Note that the maximum outer diameter
of the plug must be 9.0 mm or smaller.
A plug with a bigger outer diameter will
not fit the unit. Alternatively an extension
cord may be used.
Slide the handset
bracket into the
system’s bottom plate
tracks. Place the
system in an upright
position and lay the
handset in its place.
The handset is held in
place by magnets.
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Connect your LAN
(Local Area Network)
here.
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If you have a single LAN connection
only and this is in use by your PC
already, connect your PC to the
150MXP and the 150MXP to the
LAN to let both units have internet
access.
Incoming
Calls
Calling More
Than One
How to configure the unit is
described in Administrator
Settings (separate document).
Video Meeting
Features
Contact
Information
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Operating Principles
There are a few simple principles that you need to know
before you start using your TANDBERG 150 MXP. This
section outlines these principles.
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About Making and Receiving Calls
Your TANDBERG 150MXP is capable of
making and receiving simple telephone
calls in addition to its main objective; video
meeting calls.
Microphone Off. This indicator is shown when the microphone
is turned off. Press the Mic Off key again to turn the microphone
back on.
Calls can be made by means of speed dialling
(five presets available for immediate dialling);
by means of the Phone Book (which typically
consists of My Contacts and a Corporate
Phone Directory) as well as manual dialling
(entering the “number” manually).
Privacy. This indicator is shown when the Privacy key on the
keypad is activated. No camera images are sent from your
system when the privacy indicator is displayed. Press the Privacy
key again to deactivate the feature.
Secure Conference, AES. This double padlock indicator is
shown when AES encryption (Secure Conference) is active.
Privacy. There are some aspects of privacy
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the wheel to the right of the lens.
Microphone. Located
at the top of the unit.
Camera
Use the Camera lens
cap located at the rear
of the unit to cover the
lens when the unit is not
in use. The camera lens
cap protects the lens and
also assures you from
involuntary broadcasting
of your video image.
Screen
Not Secure Conference. This open padlock indicator is shown during
the initialization phase for encryption. During this period the call is
not secure.
Your TANDBERG 150MXP Keypad at a Glance
What about the the camera? Should the
camera also remain switched off until you
physically switch it back on? If so, press the
Camera Off key whilst outside a call (must be
done every time you want it).
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TIP! Press Selfview first to see your video picture.
Tilt the camera by manually adjusting the Tilt Angle with
DES encryption (Secure Conference) is active.
In particular we are thinking of such things
as: Should the microphone, as default, be
switched off, so that the far end will be unable
to hear you until you physically switch the
microphone back on? This is described in the
Adminstrator’s Guide (separate document).
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lens to adjust focus.
Secure Conference, DES. This padlock indicator is shown when
regarding incoming calls that you may want to
consider.
You may hook up a TTY (Text telephone) to
the 150MXP. The TTY is a device allowing
hearing- or speech impaired people to
communicate by typing and reading messages
– see Audio Settings in the Adminstrator’s
Guide for more.
Camera. The camera has manual tilt and focus. Turn the
Volume Off. This indicator is shown when the volume is turned
off. Press Volume + to turn the volume back on.
When dialling manually you may also define
settings applying to your call. For presets
(Speed Dialling and Phone Book usage) these
call settings will be a part of each preset
entry, hence there will be no need to define
these every time you make a call.
Using TTY for Text Exchange
The Different Parts of Your 150MXP
The Icons Appearing on the Screen
Handset.
Soft keys, call
keys and picture
keys
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Alphanumerical
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Call register,
Administrator
settings and Help
Cursor keys, OK and
Cancel keys
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Phone Book
Microphone Off,
Privacy On (Camera
Off), and Volume
Control
Details on the keys can be
found on the next page.
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Calls
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Handset is an
optional device.
Contact your
TANDBERG
representative
for more
information.
Loudspeaker
Selfview key
Keypad. The keypad contains all
the keys you need to control the
system.
The soft keys are context sensitive keys, whose functions
will change in accordance with what you are doing. In some
contexts they are used for Speed Dialling, in other contexts
they will be used for other functions, such as call transfer.
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Soft keys. Context-sensitive
End Call. Use this key to end the current call.
Selfview. Displays the picture of yourself. Press again to turn selfview off.
soft keys whose functions
are displayed on the screen.
Phone Book. Press this key to open the systems
PIP (Picture in Picture). Press this key) to get
phone book. Store and recall your video contacts via
the system Phone Book for easy placement of calls.
a smaller picture in addition to the full screen
picture. The PIP is placed in the top right corner of
the screen. Press PIP again to move it to the other
corners of the screen. The fifth time you press PIP, it
will disappear.
Notification lamp. A red lamp is illuminated to
indicate that you have an incoming call. The lamp is
also lit when you power up the system and when you
are in a call. When the lamp turns off, the system is
ready for use.
Display Settings. Brightness lets you adjust the
monitor brightness camera brightness, hue, and
saturation.
Call key. Press this key to open the call menu. When
Call List. Press this key to see a list of your latest calls,
you have dialled a number, press the key to place
the call.
both outgoing, incoming and lost calls.
Numerical keypad. Use Number keys to dial video
*
numbers. Use the
key to produce the dot sign
when dialling an IP number.
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When you are in an input field where letters are
required, the system automatically switches to
letter mode. Letter input works like on a mobile
phone. Press the key that corresponds to the letter
required. Press the key as many times as you need
to get the right letter. Change to lower or upper case
letters with the # key, and space with the 0 key.
0
External Services. Your adminstrator or service
provider may provide external services enhancing
the applications available.
Help. Press this key to get a quick guide about how
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to use the system.
Administrator Settings. Press this key to open the
settings menu. Administrator Settings contain all the
settings of the system.
Privacy. When this key is pressed, no camera image will be sent
out from your system. The Privacy key is illuminated when the
Cancel. Cancel takes you back one step in the menu system.
Use Cancel also to delete characters whilst in an input field.
Speaker. Press this key to activate the speaker. The key is
navigate in the menus.
illuminated when the speaker is active. Press again to turn the
speaker off.
Press OK to select menu
items.
Headset. Press this key to activate headset. Remember to plug in your headset
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Volume. Volume + and – adjusts the volume of the speaker. An
indicator on the screen shows the volume level.
Mic Off. Press this key to mute your microphone. The key is illuminated when the
microphone is off. An indicator on the screen also appears as you press Mic Off. Press
the key again to deactivate the setting. Use Mic Off to mute your outgoing audio.
in advance (see Unpacking and Installation). The key is illuminated when
activated. Press again to deactivate.
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camera is off. An indicator on the screen also appears as you
press Privacy. Press the Privacy key again to deactivate privacy.
Use Privacy to prevent others from seeing your video image.
Navigation keys and OK.
Use the Cursor keys to
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Basic Menu Navigation Rules
 Press the Settings key…
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 …to produce the on-screen menu.
 Press Cancel to leave the menu immediately.
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 Otherwise, use the Arrow keys to move about the menu…
Example: Use the right Cursor key to move one step to the right…
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The right cursor key
 press OK to enter the associated submenu…
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There Are Three Ways to Edit a Setting:
 To access a submenu…
There Are Three Options When Leaving a Menu:
This little arrow indicates
that there are more than
meets the eye here. Use
the Right Cursor key of
the keypad to produce the
submenu of this item (or
just press OK) and navigate
in this submenu in the
normal manner.
Navigate to the bottom line and
select the appropriate way to
exit:
Save changes. Leave the
menu putting changes
into effect by storing the
updated settings.
Cancel. Leave the menu
undoing any changes.
 To enter alphanumeric information…
Revert to default settings.
This little icon indicates
that the system expects
alphanumeric text entry.
Consequently, the
(otherwise) numerical
keypad is set to
alphanumeric mode.
Key in alphanumeric text
in the same way as for a
cellular phone.
The Alphanumerical Keypad
ABC2ÁÀÂÃÄÅÆ
 To edit a setting using radio buttons…
DEF2ÈÉËÊ
JKL5
MNO6ÑÒÓÔÕÖØ
-@1
GHI4Í Ì Î Ï
Radio buttons, use left
& right cursor keys to
select the appropriate
setting.
*+ :;’/ \? = &_( )
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Toggle between ABC
and abc mode by
pressing the # key. To
switch to 123 mode,
press the # key for
one second.
123/ABC/abc #
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Example Showing Four Out of Five Speed Dials Soft keys Assigned
About Speed Dials
Wouldn’t it be nice to have your five most
prominent contacts available for calling by the
push of a button?
This is what Speed Dials is all about. The five
soft keys at the top of the keypad can be
assigned for this – pretty much in the same
way as favourites or bookmarks in your web
browser. Note that you are not restricted
to use Speed Dials for video calls only. Any
mixture of video and telephone calls is fully
acceptable.
You assign those five buttons in the General
Settings menu described in Adminstrator’s
Guide (separate document). Note that your
System Adminstrator may, or may not, have
password protection activated to prevent
unauthorized alterations of these and other
settings. If in doubt, consult your System
Adminstrator.
Speed Dials soft
keys not assigned,
appear ghosted.
The soft key assignments
are shown here.
The Speed Dials soft keys.
Using Speed Dials to Make Calls
Using Speed Dials to make calls is very easy.
Just press the corresponding soft key and the
call will be made. No need to worry about the
Call Settings – they are defined by the Phone
Book settings for that particular entry.
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Note! You must assign at
least one of your contacts
to the Speed Dials feature
to make these soft keys
appear.
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In our example, with four
out of five Speed Dials soft
keys assigned to Phone
Book entries, this key is not
assigned.
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We recommend that you check out the
TANDBERG web site regularly for updated
versions of this manual:
http://www.tandberg.com/support/
documentation.php?p=User_Manuals
Making Video Calls
This section shows you how to make video calls when
dialling manually.
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Calling Someone Not Listed in Your Phone Book
 Open the Call Menu using any of these five methods:

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 Dial (i.e. enter using the keypad) a video number manually.
Press the green Call key
 Press any digit 0 – 9
 Press the Loudspeaker key
 Press the Headphone key
 Lift the optional handset.
 the Call Now key or use the
 Press
Cursor keys to navigate to the
Place Video Call icon and
click OK
to start the
video call.
You may want to adjust the Call Settings before you
start your video call, see Call Settings for more.
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Want to Make a Simple Telephone Call Instead?
Accessing the Alphanumeric Characters
• Toggle between abc and 123 by holding the # button
Making simple telephone calls (without using video) is explained
in Making Telephone Calls.
ABC2ÁÀÂÃÄÅÆ
DEF2ÈÉËÊ
depressed for one second.
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Want to Make a Call Using the Phone Book Instead?
Making calls using the Phone Book is explained in Making Calls
Using the Phone Book and more on the Phone Book itself can
be found in Phone Book Details.
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Dialling Tips
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registered on a gatekeeper or border controller with DNS
support, there are several ways to call into the system:
•<IP address>
•<E.164>
•<H.323 ID>
•<H.323 ID>@<domain>
•<E.164>@<domain>
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• To locate the @ character press the 1 button
123/ABC/abc #
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• Toggle between ABC and abc by pressing the # button.
• Use * as separator in IP addresses. If a system is
whilst in ABC mode.
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Adjusting the Call Settings
 Open the Call Menu using any of these five methods:
 Use the Cursor keys to navigate to Call Settings
Press OK or press the Right Cursor key again to produce
 the
submenu.
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 Adjust settings as required.
If a gatekeeper is present, you may
place IP-calls using “telephone-style”
numbers (an E.164 alias), according
to the numbering plan implemented
in the gatekeeper. The gatekeeper will
then translate the dialled number into
an IP-address (see H.323 Settings
in the Adminstrator’s Guide for more
information about gatekeepers).

Press the green Call key
 Press any digit 0 – 9
 Press the Loudspeaker key
 Press the Headphone key
 Lift the optional handset.
 Bandwidth determines the
Navigate to this icon
and press OK to leave
menu putting changes
into effect.
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alternatives are:
H.323 and SIP.
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Navigate to this icon and
press OK to leave menu
undoing any changes
– including any new default
setting you may have
introduced.
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If you want to change the Default Call
Settings, make the required changes
to the Call Settings and navigate to
Set as Default. Press OK to save
these settings, which now will be the
default settings for all future manually
dialled calls.
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quality of the video picture. The
system will, by default, connect
using Auto Bandwidth. This
means that the system will
establish a connection using a
proper bandwidth for your call.
The typical bandwidth used
for IP calls is 384 kbps. When
bandwidth is set to Auto, the
unit will default to 384kbps.
Contact
Information
We recommend that you check out the
TANDBERG web site regularly for updated
versions of this manual:
http://www.tandberg.com/support/
documentation.php?p=User_Manuals
Making Calls Using the Phone Book
This section shows you to make video calls when using the
phone book of the system. Details on phone book usage
can be found in the section Phone Book Details.
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USER GUIDE
About the Phone Book
Using the Phone Book is time saving and
prevents you from inadvertently calling the
wrong number. The contacts are sorted
alphabetically. The contact names are
displayed in the list and the telephone or
video numbers of the selected contact will be
displayed at the bottom line.
When selecting Phone Book the Phone
Book opens showing the folders Placed
Calls, Missed Calls, Received Calls and My
Contacts. Global Contacts (if applicable), will
be listed below these folders. See also Phone
Book Details.
Calling Someone Listed in Your Phone Book
is expandable using the Cursor keys.
Navigate in the expanded list using the
Cursor keys as usual. You may key in
letters to navigate in the list – see also
Phone Book Details for details on the use
of the Phone Book.
Press the green Call key
 Press any digit 0 – 9
 Press the Loudspeaker key
 Press the Headphone key
 Lift the optional handset.
 
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the Cursor keys to navigate in the
Use
list. Any entry with an arrow appended
the Cursor keys to navigate to the
Use
Phone Book icon and click OK .
 Open the Call Menu using any of these five methods:

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

you have located whom to call
Once
select the corresponding entry by
the green Call Now key on the
Press
keypad,
means of the Cursor keys.
or...
press the Left Cursor key to select the
Call Now icon, followed by OK
name of the selected entry will now
The
appear on the screen. Call settings will
be set as specified with this particular
entry.
or...
just hit the OK key whilst the entry is
selected.
Wait for the call to connect.

The call will be a video or a telephone
call depending on the settings for the
entry selected
Indicates selected entry.
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Information
TANDBERG 150 MXP
USER GUIDE
We recommend that you check out the
TANDBERG web site regularly for updated
versions of this manual:
http://www.tandberg.com/support/
documentation.php?p=User_Manuals
Making Telephone Calls
Your video system can be used to make regular telephone
calls as well. Since the system uses IP communication
only, the telephone calls will be of the VoIP (Voice over
IP) type. This will require the presence of a certain
infrastructure. Contact your adminstrator for details.
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Making Telephone Calls
TANDBERG
150 MXP
TANDBERG
150 MXP
USER
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USER
GUIDE
Opening the Call Menu
Making a Manual Telephone Call
Open the Call Menu using any of these five methods*:
 Move the cursor to hilight the Call Type icon
OK to produce the submenu and use the cursor keys
 Press
to move down to Telephone and press OK to select.

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You may want to adjust the Call Settings before you
start your telephone call, see Adjusting Call Settings
for more.
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

Now enter the phone number and do the same as when Making a
Video Call – Dialling Manually – see that part for more on this.
Making a Telephone Call Using Speed Dialling

* Not needed when using Speed Dialling
 Press the soft key corresponding to whom you want to call.
Press the green Call key
 Press any digit 0 – 9
 Press the Loudspeaker key
 Press the Headphone key
 Lift the optional handset.
 

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Wait for the call to connect.

Making a Telephone Call Using the Phone Book
Use the Cursor
keys to navigate to the Phone Book icon
0
and press OK .
a/A
Use the procedure described in Making Video Call Using

the Phone Book. to locate the entry you want to call and to
make the call.
Requirements
The TANDBERG 150MXP comes with an internet interface only, it
cannot be connected to a traditional telephone socket. Telephone
calls from the 150MXP to the public switched telephone network
(PSTN) will require the presence of certain infrastructure. Consult
your System Adminstrator to get information on this and the prefixes
you may need to dial to connect to the PSTN.
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The call setup for an entry will specify the type of call that
will be made. If the entry is listed as a telephone type of
call, a telephone call will be made, so there should be no
reason to worry about the possibility of making the wrong
type of call.
Telephone style calls selected
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Contact
Information
TANDBERG 150 MXP
USER GUIDE
We recommend that you check out the
TANDBERG web site regularly for updated
versions of this manual:
http://www.tandberg.com/support/
documentation.php?p=User_Manuals
Phone Book Details
Typically, your phone book will consist of two parts; a
global or corporate part and your personal part.
The corporate part is maintained by your administrator,
while the personal part is yours to fill with contacts as
you like. You may, for example, copy contacts from the
corporate part to your personal part to make entries easy
to locate. Note that changes made by the administrator
to the corporate part, will not affect any contacts that you
have copied into your personal part.
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Phone Book Features (I)
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TANDBERG
150 MXP
USER
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USER
GUIDE
Call Log Options
Accessing the Phone Book
To access the Phone Book, press the Phone Book button
on the keypad or select the Phone Book icon in the Call menu
– see Making a Video Call Using the Phone Book for more.
Searching in the Phone Book
Let us consider an expanded log of Missed Calls as an
example. The Placed Calls log and the Received Calls log are
exactly similar – with identical features.
Expand Missed Calls as explained in the Call Log frame to the left.
The Call Log – Placed, Missed & Received Calls
The My Contacts may contain up to 200 entries and the entire
Phone Book (which may include server based Global Directories)
can be virtually unlimited in size. Hence, using the Cursor keys
as the only navigation device can easily be a cumbersome
experience. What to do?
Enter Quick Search by Letters. Whenever you are inside the
Phone Book navigating in the list of entries, the numerical
keypad automatically switches from 123 mode to ABC mode.
To locate a specific entry, just type in the first letter as with a
cellular phone – see the lower left frame on this page.
The Call Log – listing Placed Calls, Missed Calls and Received
Calls – is essentially a set of lists of your system’s call history.
The lists contain the most recent numbers placed, missed, and
received, limited to a maximum of 30 numbers for each list. The
numbers remain in these lists until the system is restarted or
the list is deleted manually.
If you need to refine your search, use the Search function:
In the Phone Book use the Cursor keys to move to the Task
column and then down to the Search icon.
Call this number now
Copy to my Contacts
Delete the selected entry
Delete all entries of this call log
Cancel (exit the menu)
Missed Calls lists all calls that were not received – either
because you declined the call or just because you were not
there when the call attempt took place.
Call Now icon
Search icon
Copy to My Contacts icon
Cancel/Back
Navigate in the menu in the usual manner:
Use the Left Cursor key to move the leftmost column.
Use Vertical Cursor keys to move up and down.
Navigate in the menu in the usual manner:
Use Vertical Cursor keys to move up and down in the menu.
Press OK or use the Right Cursor key to expand items with an
arrow appended.
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When you have located the icon representing what you want to
do, press OK .
TIP! Any member of these lists already listed in your Phone
Book will appear with the name you have assigned to them and
not just with the number.
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Press OK to open the Search dialogue box:
Use the Cursor keys to move to the requested entry, if needed.
To dial the selected entry, move the cursor to the green Call
Now icon and press OK .
TIP! The contents of your Phone Book may have been arranged
in a tree structure with several subfolders. Use the back line to
navigate back up in the tree structure.
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Enter the search string (the name) and press the OK key or
move down to the OK icon and press the OK key.
(To leave the menu cancelling your search, press Cancel
or move down to the Cancel icon and press OK).
Incoming
Calls
Tip! When a search in the Phone Book is made by means of
the Search function, contacts matching the search text are
displayed only. Navigate to and click on the Back line
to return to the initial view.
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Video Meeting
Features
Contact
Information
Phone Book Features (II)
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USER
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USER
GUIDE
Adding a New Contact to My Contacts Manually
Adding a New Contact Directly from the Call Log
Editing a Contact in My Contacts
In the Phone Book use the Cursor keys to navigate down to
My Contacts and press OK to produce the contents of My
Contacts.
In the Phone Book use the Cursor keys to navigate down to
Placed Calls, Missed Calls, or Received Calls and press OK
to produce the contents of the selected item.
In the Phone Book use the Cursor keys to navigate down to
My Contacts and press OK to produce the contents of My
Contacts.
Use the Cursor keys to navigate to the New Contact icon in the
Task Column.
Use the Cursor keys to navigate down to the entry you want to
add to My Contacts.
Use the Cursor keys to navigate down to the entry to edit.
Now, while the entry to be added remains selected use the
Cursor keys to navigate to the Add to My Contacts icon in the
Task Column and press OK .
New Entry icon
Task Column
Selected entry to be
edited
Edit Entry icon
Press OK to produce the Add New Contact dialogue box.
Task Column
The entry you want to
Add to My add to My Contacts
Contacts
The Add New Contact dialogue box will now be produced – see
Adding a New Contact to My Contacts Manually to the left.
Now, while the entry to be edited remains selected, use the
Cursor keys to navigate to the Edit Contact icon in the Task
Column. Press OK to produce the Edit Contact dialogue box.
ALICE WONDERLAND
Enter the name of the new contact using the numerical keypad
(which automatically enters ABC mode). The maximum name
length is 30 characters. For details on this – see the lower left
frame on the previous page.
Enter the number of your new contact by means of the number
keys on the keypad (which now enters 123 mode) The maximum
number length is 60 digits. Use * as separator in IP addresses.
To switch to ABC mode, press # for one second.
Alter the default setting of Call Type, Network, and the default
setting of Bandwidth, if needed.
Navigate to the OK icon and press OK to save putting changes
into effect or navigate to the Cancel icon to leave menu
undoing any changes.
Deleting a Contact in My Contacts
In the Phone Book use the Cursor keys to navigate down to
My Contacts and press OK to produce the contents of My
Contacts.
Use the Cursor keys to navigate down to the entry you want to
delete.
If needed, edit the number of your new contact by means of the
number keys on the keypad (which now enters 123 mode) The
maximum number length is 60 digits. Use * as separator in IP
addresses. To switch to ABC mode, press # for one second.
Selected entry to be deleted
Delete Entry icon
Alter the default setting of Call Type, Network, and the default
setting of Bandwidth, if needed.
Task Column
We strongly recommend that you copy contacts often used
to My Contacts. Note, however, that the local copy will not
be updated if the Global Contacts are updated from the
management system.
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If needed, edit the name of the contact using the numerical
keypad (which automatically enters ABC mode). The maximum
name length is 30 characters. For details on this – see the
lower left frame on the previous page.
Now, while the entry to be deleted remains selected, use the
Cursor keys to navigate to the Delete icon in
the Task Column and press OK . You will be
prompted to confirm
or decline your intentions:
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Navigate to the OK icon and press OK to save putting changes
into effect or navigate to the Cancel icon to leave menu
undoing any changes.
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Than One
Video Meeting
Features
Contact
Information
We recommend that you check out the
TANDBERG web site regularly for updated
versions of this manual:
TANDBERG ENTRYPOINT
USER GUIDE
http://www.tandberg.com/support/
documentation.php?p=User_Manuals
Incoming Calls
This section shows how to receive and reject calls, how to
alter the ringtone (alert signal) and how to use the Do Not
Disturb feature.
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USER
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USER
GUIDE
About Incoming Calls
Five Ways of Accepting an Incoming Call
The below menu appears when you receive an incoming call. Observe that the
menu will not appear if Do Not Disturb has been activated or if Autoanswer (see
Adminstrator’s Guide for details) has been set to On or On + Mic Off.

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
Accept the incoming call
Reject the incoming call
Activate Do Not Disturb
Use the Cursor keys to navigate to the green Accept
icon in the menu (see About Incoming Calls to the left)
and press the OK key on the keypad.
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on the keypad.
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Lift the handset, if applicable. The handset is an
optional device, which must be ordered separately.
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Use the Cursor keys to navigate to
the red Reject icon in the menu,
(see About Incoming Calls above),
and press the OK key on the keypad.
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A Few Words on Privacy
You may want to set up your system so that the
microphone and/or the camera are switched off
whenever you receive an incoming call.
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150 MXP
USER
GUIDE
USER
GUIDE
Do Not Disturb
About Do Not Disturb
There is a Do Not Disturb function available on
your system. When set to On, all incoming calls
are blocked from your system.
a call, press the red Call Reject
Outside
key. A dialogue box will appear:
OK to activate the feature. The
Press
screen will now turn black, and the
following text will appear:
By pressing
• the Microphone Off key and
• the Camera Off key
Press any key to clear Do Not Disturb
you will prevent callers from hearing you and
seeing you without your control (press again to
reactivate).
To combine convenience and privacy, your
150MXP may be set up to automatically accept
an incoming call, but with the microphone
switched off. In this case you must switch the
microphone back on manually yourself (just
press the Microphone Off key to reactivate a
disabled microphone).
You may also have your system set up so that
you always must answer all incoming calls
manually.
These settings are parts of the Adminstrator’s
Guide available. Your System Adminstrator, may
or may not, have password protection activated
to prevent unauthorized alterations of these and
other settings. If in doubt, consult your System
Adminstrator.
Reject to leave the menu, keeping
Press
the feature deactivated.
Want to Change the Alert Signal?
Do Not Disturb has been activated
When
and you receive an incoming call, the
following dialogue box will be produced:
You are not stuck with the audio signal alerting
you that an incoming call is on its way. This
may be changed, see Audio Settings in the
Adminstrator’s Guide.
Do observe, however, that these settings
may be password protected by your System
Adminstrator.
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Whenever microphone and camera are disabled,
these icons appear on your screen:
the Cursor keys to navigate and OK
Use
to make your selection and proceed.
A message will be sent to the far end
whenever you have disabled your
microphone and/or your camera.
An alternative to the above could be the
use of the Do Not Disturb feature to the
right.
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Whenever Do Not Disturb is activated,
the far end will be informed that the
called is busy.
Assume Do Not Disturb has not been
activated. Choosing Do Not Disturb
when receiving an incoming call will
then do two things: It rejects the
incoming call (in the same way as choosing
Reject), and sets the Do Not Disturb
functionality to On.
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Incoming
Calls
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Features
Contact
Information
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USER GUIDE
We recommend that you check out the
TANDBERG web site regularly for updated
versions of this manual:
http://www.tandberg.com/support/
documentation.php?p=User_Manuals
Calling More Than One
Your TANDBERG 150 MXP can be used to call more than
one person at a time. Two persons may be called and you
may swap whom you are talking to. This is referred to as
call swapping. You may also transfer SIP calls to other SIP
video systems.
In addition, you may – under certain conditions – use the
150 MXP to initiate video conferences. This is an optional
feature requiring additional infrastructure. Contact your
administrator for details on this.
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Calling Another Participant Whilst In a Call (Call Swapping)
About Calling Another Participant
Your TANDBERG 150 MXP may be used to call
another person while you are in a call already.
You cannot talk to the two persons at the
same time, but you may put one on hold and
talk to the other and use the swap feature to
change whom you are talking to.
Calling Two Persons at a Time
in a call, press OK to produce the
 Whilst
soft keys needed for this.
the soft key Hold to put the current
the soft key Add Call to produce
 Press
 Press
call on hold. This will enable you to call
the Call Another menu. To go back to the
another person.
the other person in the usual way,
 Call
either by dialling directly or by using the
person put on hold (cancel this operation)
press Resume instead.
you are in contact with two persons,
connected (the
 Now
 Tocallendthatthehascallnotcurrently
but only one at a time. To switch between
been put on hold), press
the two press the soft key Swap. The one
put on hold will see the text “Attention
Please wait...” on the screen.
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the soft key End Call. You will then be
back in a regular point-to-point call.
In general, call swapping is available
for both SIP and H.323 calls, as well as
for any combinations of the two.
If you are connected to an external
multiway you may also under certain
conditions initiate a video conference
from your system.
More on this can be found in Initiating a
Video Conference From Your 150 MXP.
Note that if conference initialization is
enabled by means of external multiway,
call swapping will no longer be available
for H.323 calls.
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Call Transfer
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TANDBERG
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USER
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USER
GUIDE
About Call Transfer
Blind Call Transfer
You may transfer an ongoing call to somebody
else in a way similar to what you can do on
most corporate telephone systems.
Transfer to initiate the transfer
 Press
process.
in a SIP call, press OK to produce
 Whilst
the soft keys, if applicable.
Basically, there are two transfer modes; Blind
and Consultative:
the person to whom the call is to
 Call
be transferred in the usual way, either
by dialling directly or by using the phone
book. Once you launch the call, transfer
becomes effective.
• Blind takes place when you receive a call
and decides to transfer this call to another
person without speaking to that person.
In other words, you assume that the other
person is present and ready to receive the
call.
• Consultative takes place when you put the
person you are talking to on hold, then call
another person, talk to that person and
finally decide to transfer the call to that
person.
Alternatively, you may, of course, receive a
second call whilst you are in a already. This
will, however, impose no change to the above
principles.
Consultative Call Transfer
you have talked to this person, press
the other person, to whom the call is
 After
 Call
the Transfer key, and the two parties will
to be transferred.
in a call press OK to produce
 Whilst
the soft keys, if applicable, and set the
be connected, while you are disconnected.
current call on hold as described on the
previous page.
!
Call transfer works with SIP calls only!
You cannot transfer calls between nonSIP participants, nor can you transfer a
SIP call to a non-SIP participant.
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Initiating a Video Conference From Your 150 MXP
Requirements
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TANDBERG
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Setting Up a Conference (optional feature)
Your TANDBERG 150 MXP may be used
to initiate video conferences with several
participants, provided that:
• All parties to be involved are available
the cursor to the Add another Call
to make a call in the usual way,
 Move
 Prepare
icon and press OK .
either by entering the “number” manually
or by making use of the phone book.
cursor to the new line that was
 Move
added and repeat the procedure to add a
participant.
through H.323.
• You are connected to an MCU (MultiConference Unit) supporting this.
• Your TANDBERG 150 MXP is set up to allow
the use of external Multiway. This is set up
by your administrator and is described in
the Administrator’s Guide.
Since the call transfer feature makes use of
SIP and the conference initialization feature
makes use of H.323, the two features cannot
be combined in a single session!
and  until all participants
  Repeat required have been added.
system will now disconnect you and
initiator – disconnects the call,
 The
 Iftheyou – as
transfer the video conference to the MCU
entire conference will be terminated.
(Multi-Conference Unit). All participants,
including yourself will be called by the
MCU and the conference can start.
If any of the other participants
disconnects, the conference continues
without the disconnected person.
As an alternative to the procedure
outlined here, you may just as well
expand an ongoing call to become
a conference by pressing the green
Call now key, move the cursor to Add
another Call and continue as shown on
this page.
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USER GUIDE
We recommend that you check out the
TANDBERG web site regularly for updated
versions of this manual:
http://www.tandberg.com/support/
documentation.php?p=User_Manuals
Video Meeting Features
When you are in a video meeting, there are quite a few
features available for you. You may view a list of all the
participants; you may control the far end camera; you
may request floor; enjoy a presentation; send and receive
snapshots; and do text chatting.
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Video Meeting Features – an Overview
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TANDBERG
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USER
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USER
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When you are in a video meeting, there are soft keys available
to let you request floor, view a list of the other participants,
control the far end camera, and do text chatting.
Snapshot
In addition you may adjust display settings.
Other participants may send you a
snapshot, e.g. a picture of something during
the video meeting. To produce the snapshot
on your screen, use the Snapshot soft
key (which appears whenever there is a
snapshot only).
Request Floor
When requesting floor, your video will be broadcasted in full
screen to all other participants in the conference. Request
Floor is useful when you want to speak or display something
in front of all participants.
Text Chat
View a List of the Participants
Imagine you want to send over a phone
number, an e-mail address, or just inform
the far end that their microphone must
be switched back on – these are typical
applications of the Text Chat feature.
Although your TANDBERG 150MXP is unable to generate a
multisite video meeting (several participants simultaneously)
by itself, it may, of course, be part of a multisite meeting. By
pressing Part Names a list of the other participants will be
shown on the screen.
Controlling the Far End Camera
Display Settings
By means of this feature you will be able to control the zoom
and presets of the far end camera (the camera in the other
end) in addition to move it using your own cursor keys and
select video sources. Note that this requires that the far end
unit allows Far End camera control and that it has a movable
camera. The 150MXP camera is not a movable camera.
You may adjust the monitor brightness,
camera brightness, camera hue, and
camera saturation.
Do as follows:
1. Press the Display Settings key (
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keys to
adjust a setting.
Some systems are capable of generating a dual
stream video, e.g. to give viewers the option to see
a Microsoft® Powerpoint presentation and the video
meeting simultaneously. Your 150MXP cannot show
two streams simultaneously. However, if the far
end sends dual stream your system will show the
presentation only. You may press the Selfview key
to see what your own camera sees instead of the
presentation, but no other options are available.
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Requesting and Releasing Floor
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150 MXP
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USER
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About Requesting Floor
When requesting floor, your video will be
broadcasted in full screen to all other
participants in a multipart video meeting.
Request Floor is useful when you want to
speak or display something in front of all
participants.
Requesting and Releasing Floor
video meeting, press the
 Insofta multipart
key Request Floor.
Selfview icon will now indicate that
 The
the floor is yours.
Relase Floor to hand over the
 Press
floor to someone else.
Press the soft key Release Floor when you
are finished to make the floor available for
other participants in the video meeting.
This feature is accessible and applies
during a multipart video meeting only.
In general, multipart video meetings
cannot be initiated by a 150MXP, but
your 150MXP may take part in multipart video
meetings initiated by other systems.
Under certain conditions, however, multipart
video meetings may be initiated from a
150MXP – this is described in Initiating a
Video Conference From Your 150 MXP
The soft key will now change to
Release Floor.
Normally, you will retain the floor until
you release it yourself. However, in
multipart video meetings there may
be a chair person with the ability to determine
who should have the floor and therefore also
with the power to give the floor to someone
else than you.
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View Other Participants
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150 MXP
TANDBERG
150 MXP
USER
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USER
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About View Participant
In a multipart video meeting you may produce
a list of the other participants.
Viewing a List of Participants
video meeting, press the
 Insofta multipart
key More.
press the soft key
 Then
View Participants.
list of System Names for the other
 Avideo
systems connected will now be
produced.
Press More to return to the previous display
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Press Cancel to return to the previous display
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Far End Camera Control
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USER
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About Far End Camera Control
Controlling the Far End Camera
This is a feature that lets you pan, tilt, and zoom the far end
camera. If far end presets are available you may access these
as well, and you may also make use of any video sources that
the far end may have at its disposal.
point-to-point video meeting, press the soft key
 InFara End.
soft keys will now change to show far end control
 The
features.
This feature requires a movable camera in the far end – i.e.
communication between two 150MXP units will not provide far
end camera control.
This feature is not accessible in multipart video meetings.
Back lets you
exit this menu
any time.
About Camera Presets
Video source
The far end may use camera presets to easily vary between
predefined camera angles in their own end. Thus they eliminate the
need to move their camera about in a manual way.
is explained
overleaf.
Your 150MXP may get access to these settings. If no presets
have been stored and you try to access far end presets nothing will
happen.
the Move soft key to gain pan control of the far
 Press
end camera.
Use the Cursor keys to
pan (move) the
far end camera.
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 Press
end camera.
Use the Cursor keys to
pan (move) the
far end camera.
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Presets
Video Source
 Press the Presets soft key to utilize the far end presets.
Use the Numerical keypad
0 – 9 to select far end
presets.
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Far End Video Source
TANDBERG
150 MXP
TANDBERG
150 MXP
USER
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USER
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About Far End Video Sources
The far end system may have external video
sources connected, such as Document camera,
a VCR or DVD, a PC, and/or a PC connected via a
Virtual Network Computing. In addition there may
be an auxiliary input available. Through the Far
End Video Source control you may get access to
all these sources.
Controlling the Far End Video Source
the Video Source soft key to produce the far end video
 Press
sources.
the Cursor keys to navigate to the video source to be
 Use
selected and click OK .
Note that this feature does not apply to multipart
video meetings.
Main
Camera
Auxiliary
Input
Document
Camera
PC
VCR/
DVD
Cancel/Back
Virtual
Network
Computing
 Select Cancel or Main Camera to go back to normal display mode.
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Snapshot
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150 MXP
TANDBERG
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About Snapshots
Viewing Snapshots
You can receive snapshots to your 150MXP.
Once viewed and discarded a snapshot cannot
be recalled.
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You will be notified when the far end has sent you a snapshot. At the same time the display will seem to freeze. View the snapshot, press OK to
return to normal display.
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Text Chat
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150 MXP
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About Text Chatting
Chatting
You may use your 150MXP to send and receive text messages
using the chatting function available.
All you need is to select the Text Chat function and use the
keypad as you would when sending text messages (SMS) using
your cellular phone.
the Text Chat soft key to activate the text chatting
 Press
feature.
the Numerical keypad in alphabetical mode to enter
 Use
a text message. The text is sent as you type.
Note! This will not work unless the far side a) supports text
chat and b) has activated that feature.
Text chatting does not apply to multipart video meetings.
Text Chat message
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Contact Information
TANDBERG 150 MXP
USER GUIDE
211 Mt. Airy Road, Basking Ridge, NJ 07920, USA
Telephone (Toll Free US): 1 866 GO-AVAYA
Telephone (Outside US): +1 (908) 953-6000
Stephanie Duffy, Product Marketing Manager
+1 (303) 538-2536
sduffy@avaya.com
Paula Goldstein, Product Manager
+1 (908) 953-6159
pgoldstein@avaya.com
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