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GDK-20W DIGITAL WIRELESS KEY TELEPHONE SYSTEM
Digital Wireless Key Telephone System
Installation Manual
MODEL: GDK-20W
GDK-20W DIGITAL WIRELESS KEY TELEPHONE SYSTEM
REVISION HISTORY
ISSUE
DATE
ISSUE 1.0
ISSUE 1.1
1999. 08
1999. 10
ISSUE 1.2
ISSUE 2.0
1999.12
2001.04
ISSUE 2.1
2001.11
DESCRIPTION
Initial Release(Field Test)
-. Revised Admin Programming.
-. Added Section 4. ISDN Description
Revised Page 60 ~ 63.
-. Added notice of [Commission Decision CTR21 ].
-. Added contents of supplementary sheet
Added GDC-340H wireless terminal and New LCOBs.
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Table of Contents
SECTION 1.
INTRODUCTION .........................................................................7
1.1 Purpose .....................................................................................................................................7
1.2 Regulatory Information .........................................................................................................7
1.3 Abbreviations ...........................................................................................................................9
SECTION 2.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION .....................................................10
2.1 Introduction .............................................................................................................................10
2.2 System Capacity ...................................................................................................................11
2.3 System Specifications .........................................................................................................13
2.4 System Components ...........................................................................................................15
SECTION 3.
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
INSTALLATION .........................................................................19
Introduction .............................................................................................................................19
Site Preparation ....................................................................................................................19
KSU & POWER Installation ...............................................................................................21
PCB Installation .....................................................................................................................24
System Wiring .......................................................................................................................33
DECT Installation ..................................................................................................................37
3.6.1 Overview of the DECT system ........................................................................................37
3.6.2 System Configuration ......................................................................................................46
3.6.3 Hardware Installation .......................................................................................................56
3.6.4 User subscription/desubscription ....................................................................................60
3.6.5 Summary of the DECT Installation ..................................................................................66
SECTION 4.
ISDN DESCROPTION ..............................................................67
4.1 ISDN Boards in GDK-20W ................................................................................................67
4.2 The Basic Features of ISDN Device(S-Interface) .......................................................68
4.3 The Features of ISDN CO Line(T-Interface) ................................................................70
SECTION 5.
CAPACITIES & FEATURE CODES .....................................72
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5.1 System Capacities ...............................................................................................................72
5.2 Feature Codes .......................................................................................................................73
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.2.4
5.2.5
5.2.6
5.2.7
5.2.8
5.2.9
5.2.10
5.2.11
5.2.12
Number Plan ...................................................................................................................73
Basic and Extended Numbering Plans ...........................................................................75
LCD Months ....................................................................................................................75
Audible Signals ................................................................................................................76
Frequencies and Tones ..................................................................................................77
GDK-20W Configuration .................................................................................................79
GDK-20W Station Configuration with LKD 2B ................................................................79
Maximum Number of Stations in GDK-20W ...................................................................79
Maximum Number of CO Lines in GDK-20W ...................................................................79
Maximum Number of Ports(Station/CO) in GDK-20W .....................................................80
Wireless Cell / Terminal Configuration .............................................................................80
Gain Control......................................................................................................................80
SECTION 6.
ADMIN PROGRAMMING ........................................................84
6.1 General Description .............................................................................................................84
6.2
6.1.1 Introduction ......................................................................................................................84
6.1.2 To Enter the Programming Mode......................................................................................84
6.1.3 How to Program ..............................................................................................................85
6.1.4 Button Definition ..............................................................................................................87
Admin Programming ............................................................................................................88
6.2.1 Admin Programming Index ..............................................................................................88
6.2.2 Default Values .................................................................................................................91
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SECTION 1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 PURPOSE
This manual provides the information necessary to install, program, operate, and maintain the LG Digital
Wireless Key Telephone System, GDK-20W.
1.2 REGULATORY INFORMATION
TELEPHONE COMPANY NOTIFICATION
Before connecting the GDK-20W to the telephone network, you may be required to notify your local servicing telephone
company of your intention to use "customer provided equipment". You may further be required to provide any or all of the
following information;
z
z
z
z
z
Number of telephone lines to be connected to the system
Model name GDK-20W
Local regulatory agency registration number
Ringer equivalence
Registered jack
The necessary information is available from your local LGE representative.
INCIDENCE OF HARM
If the telephone company determines that the customer provided equipment is faulty any possibly causing
harm or interruption in service to the telephone network, it should be disconnected until repair can be
effected. If this is not done, the telephone company may temporarily disconnect service.
CHANGES IN SERVICE
The local telephone company may make changes in its communication facilities or procedures. If these changes could
reasonably be expected to affect the use of the GDK-20W system or compatibility with the network, the telephone
company is required to give advanced written notice to user, allowing the user to take appropriate steps to maintain
telephone service.
MAINTENANCE LIMITATIONS
Maintenance on the GDK-20W Digital Wireless Key Telephone System must only be performed by the LGE or its
authorized agent. The user may not make any changes and/or repairs except as specifically noted in this manual.
Unauthorized alternations or repairs may affect the regulatory status of the system and may void any remaining warranty.
NOTICE OF RADIATED EMISSIONS
The GDK-20W Digital Wireless Key Telephone System complies with rules regarding radiation and radio frequency
emission as defined by local regulatory agencies. In accordance with these agencies, you may be required to provide
information such as the following to the end user.
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WARNING :
"This equipment generates and uses R.F. energy, and if not installed and used in
accordance with the Instruction Manual, it may cause interference to radio communications.
It has been tested and found to comply with the appropriate limits for a telecommunication
device. The limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference,
when operated in a commercial environment.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area could cause interference, in which case the user, at
his own expense, will be required to take whatever measures may be required to correct the
interference."
HEARING AID COMPATIBILITY
The GDK-20W Digital Wireless Key Telephone System has been designed to comply with the Hearing Aid
Compatibility requirements as defined in Section 68.316 of Part 68 FCC Rules.
Pictures
The pictures in this manual are for illustrative purposes only; your actual hardware may look slightly different.
Interference and Attenuation
The presence of another unsynchronized DECT system(including GDK-20W) or similar system in adjacent buildings may
cause a strong interference and disconnection.
A base station and a wireless terminal may interfere with sensitive laboratory equipment, medical equipment, etc.
Interference from unsuppressed engines or electric motors may cause problems. In general, signals are attenuated to
some low degrees when they have to pass through any barrier, however, some materials such as metal attenuate much
degree.
Electrostatic Sensitive Devices
sign. The following information is
Boards which contain Electrostatic Sensitive Device(ESD) are indicated by the
ESD handling:
Service personnel should ground themselves by using a wrist strap when exchanging system boards.
When repairs are made to a system board, they should spread the floor with anti-static mat which is also grounded. Use
a suitable, grounded soldering iron. Keep system boards and sensitive parts in the protective package until these are
used. When returning system boards or parts like EEPROM to the factory, use the protective package as described.
REPLACEMENT OF LITHIUM BATTERIES
The GDK-20W Digital Wireless Key Telephone System is provided with replaceable Lithium Batteries on PMU for
the purpose of protecting SRAM data including the system database and the real-time-clock from power loss. When
the authorized Serviceman replaces them, it has to be carefully considered as followings,
CAUTION :
-. Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
-. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the
manufacturer.
-. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
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1.3
ABBREVIATIONS
For the purposes of this manual, following abbreviations are applied:
330-SSC, 340-SSC Single-Slot Charger
AC
Authentication Code
ADPCM
Adaptive Differential Pulse Code Modulation
BER
Bit Error Ratio
CCITT
International Telegraph and Telephone Consultative Committee
dBm
dB relative to 1 milliwatt
DECT
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications
ESD
Electrostatic Sensitive Discharge
FP
Fixed Part
GAP
Generic Access Profile
GDC-200B
Base Station
GDC-335H, GDC-340H Wireless Terminal
GFSK
Gaussian Frequency Shift Keying
IPEI
International Portable Equipment Identity
IPUI
International Portable User Identity
KSU
Key Service Unit
LED
Light Emitting Diode
MBU
Main Board Unit
PARK
Portable Access Right Key
PCB
Printed Circuit Board
PP
Portable Part
PSTN
Public Switched Telephone Network
RF
Radio Frequency
RFPI
Radio Fixed Part Identity
TDD
Time Division Duplex
TDMA
Time Division Multiple Access
WTIB
Wireless Terminal Interface Board
Notice 1:
If this equipment is not equipped with a standby battery supply it will not be possible to
make calls to the emergency services when the power fails. Alternative arrangements
should be made for access to emergency services.
Notice 2:
The equipment has been approved to [Commission Decision "CTR21"] for pan-European single terminal
connection to the Public Switched Telephone Network(PSTN). However, due to differences between the
individual PSTNs provided in different countries the approval does not, of itself, give an unconditional
assurance of successful operation on every PSTN network termination point.
In the event of problems, you should contact your equipment supplier in the first instance."
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SECTION 2. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
2.1 INTRODUCTION
The GDK-20W Digital Wireless Key Telephone System is a fully digital hybrid Key Telephone System, designed to meet
the telecommunication needs of small sized business offices & home base.
The GDK-20W System incorporates state-of-the-art digital technology for command processing and voice switching,
utilizing a Pulse Code Modulation/Time Division Multiplexing (PCM/TDM) distributed switching matrix. The system
supports both "A" and "Mu" law voice encoding rule based on the requirements of local regulations and the ADPCM voice
coding to support DECT(Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications) services.
The GDK-20W KSU(Key Service Unit) is wall mounted cabinet that house the MBU(Main Board Unit) and contain card
slots for the CO line boards, extension boards and other useful PCBs. There are 6 slots in the system, the 1st fixed
slot(slot1) is used to install only the DVIB/DVIBE(Digitized voice interface board) card, the 2nd,3rd fixed slots(slot2, slot3)
are used to install one of the LCOB/LCOB2/LCOBE/LCOBA/LCOB4 or STIB/STIB2, the 4th fixed slot(slot 4) is used to
install only the PMU(Program Module Unit) card and the 5th fixed slot(slot 5) is used to install the WTIB(Wireless terminal
interface board) card. And the 6th fixed slot(slot6) is used to install only the MFB(Multi function board) card.
The GDK-20W System achieves a high level of flexibility by providing support for different types of instrumentation.
The system architecture has been designed to allow a high level of software control over the system's hardware. The
software incorporates a vast array of features and capabilities including PC Database Administration, ISDN feature,
Remote software downloading, etc.
The GDK-20W System supports a combination of Digital Keysets(LKD, KD, KD/E, KD/S, KD/C series), DECT
terminals(GDC-335H, GDC-340H), and various kinds of ISDN terminals as well as analogue single line devices. With the
keysets, commonly used features are activated by direct button selection. Additionally, many functions may be accessed
by dialing specific codes or optionally, by assigning these dial codes to Flexible Buttons on the keyset. In addition to key
telephones, an array of optional terminals is available including Intercom/Door Box
With the flexibility of the GDK-20W extensive feature content and the capability to use an array of instruments, the GDK20W can be tailored to meet the short and long term needs of the most demanding customer requirements.
* Note : The CO board(LCOB/LCOB2/LCOBE/LCOBA/LCOB4/STIB/STIB2), DVIB/DVIBE and MFB are used in common
with GDK-16 Digital Key Telephone System.
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2.2 SYSTEM CAPACITY
The following Table and Chart provide system capacities and display the system's configuration flexibility.
Table 2.2.1 System Capacities
Description
Basic & Expansion
Total
Time Slots
96
CO Line Ports
Max. 8 (analog CO and/or
ISDN BRI)
Max direct Station connections
6(+4 via 2B modules)
Max Stations via 2B modules
4
Max Stations via ISDN So bus
4
Max DECT terminals
20
DSS/DLS Consoles per station
0
Attendant Positions
1-System
Intercom Links
Non-blocking
Paging
-. All Call
-. Internal
1 zone
2 zones
Station Speed Dial
20/station, 24 digits each
System Speed Dial
24 digits each
Last Number Redial
Music Source Inputs
20
79
32 digits
2/PMU
2
1/MBU, 1/MFB
2
Alarm Input
1/MBU
1
RS-232C Ports
1/MFB
1
External Control Contacts
DTMF Receivers
2/PMU
CO Line Groups
Intercom Groups
Conference
2
4
4
3-party
no limit
* Note
1. Not all maximum capacities may be achieved simultaneously.
2. DECT terminals can be registered and used up to 20 stations. But GDK-20W system supports the only four(4)
simultaneous calls basically because the MBU has one wireless terminal interface circuit.
When WTIB card is installed to SLOT5, the number of simultaneous calls is increased up to the twelve(12)(One
base station provides the four(4) simultaneous calls.).
The WTIB has the two(2) wireless terminal interface ports.
3. One RS-232C port can be installed in the position of the MFB. The purpose of RS-232C port can be
programmable in Admin station programming.
It is recommended that the RS-232C serial cable whose length is below 10 meters is used.
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Note : This Configuration Chart is made up according to the physical capacity of system.
2B phone
CO
8
STIB2+STIB2(all T-mode)
6
STIB2+STIB2(So)
4
ISDN
STIB2+STIB2(all S-mode)
2
0
6 7 8 9 10
30
32 34
DECT terminal
Basic 4DKT
Basic 2SLT
(6ports in MBU)
STA
ISDN
terminal(So)
1) GDK-20W System Configuration Chart with STIB/STIB2(ISDN Board)
CO
2B phone
8
LCOB2+LCOB2
6
LCOB2+LCOB
4
Analog
Trunk
2
LCOB2
0
LCOB
6 7 8 9 10
Basic 4DKT
Basic 2SLT
(6ports in MBU)
30
STA
DECT terminal
2) GDK-20W System Configuration Chart with
LCOB(or LCOBE,LCOBA)/LCOB2(or LCOB4)
FIGURE 2.2.1 GDK-20W System Configuration Chart
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2.3 SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS
The following Tables provide general system specifications.
Table 2.3.1 Dimensions & Weights
Item
Key Service Unit
Digital Key Set
Digital ICM/Door Box
Base station
DECT terminal
Height
Width
Depth
Weight
346mm
13.6in
236mm
9.3in
45mm
1.8in
170mm
6.7in
145mm
5.7in
246mm
9.7in
192mm
7.6in
140mm
5.5in
220mm
8.7in
50mm
2.0in
90mm
3.5in
84mm
3.3in
100mm
3.9in
57mm
2.2in
35mm
1.4in
3.6Kg
1.5 Kg
0.5 Kg
420g
169g
Table 2.3.2 Environmental Specifications
Degrees C
degrees F
Operating Temperature
0-50
32-122
Optimum Operating Temperature
20-26
68-78
Storage Temperature
0-70
32-158
Item
Relative Humidity
0-85% non-condensing
Table 2.3.3 Electrical Specifications
Power Supply :
* Note 1.
-. AC Voltage Input
-. AC Power
-. AC Input Fuse
-. DC Output Voltages
220~240 Volts AC @ 50~60Hz.
60W
T800mAH 250 V
+5, -5, +30Volts(28-35V)
Back-up Battery :
-. Battery Back-up Voltage
-. Battery Back-up Fuse
-. Charging Current
-. Battery load Current
24 Volt DC
T5AH 250V
Max. 100mA
Max. 1A(with Analog CO or ISDN CO)
Ext. Relay Contacts
3 A @ 30 Volt DC
Music Source Input
600 ohm @ 0 dBm
STIB & STIB2 Power
Max. 3W(40Volt DC, 80mA)
* Note 1. For European Countries : This product is also designed for IT power system with Phase to Phase 230V.
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Table 2.3.4 Electrical Specifications
Item
22 AWG Wire
Digital Keyset / Base station
24 AWG Wire
500 m (1.6K feet)
300 m (1K feet)
-. 2-wire loop
2B modules(with Power Adapter,24Vdc/200mA)
-. System – Primary Keyset
Refer to Installation Manual of
-. Primary Keyset – Secondary Keyset
2B-SLIU30/DTIU30
-. Primary Keyset – Secondary SLT
2B modules(without Power Adapter)
Refer to Installation Manual of
-. Primary Keyset – Secondary Keyset
2B-SLIU30/DTIU30
-. Primary Keyset – Secondary SLT
Single Line Telephone
1,600 m (5.3K feet)
1,000 m (3.3K feet)
Table 2.3.5 CO Loop Specifications
Ring Detect Sensitivity
@ 20-60 Hz, 38 Vrms
DTMF Dialing
-. Frequency Deviation
less than ±1%
-. Signal Rise time
3 msec, maximum
-. Tone Duration, on-time
75 msec, minimum
-. Interdigit time
75 msec, minimum
Pulse Dialing
-. Pulse Rate
10 pps
-. Break/Make Ratio
60/40% or 66/33%
Table 2.3.6 Miscellaneous Specifications
Main System Memory
Program Memory,
1 Mwords Max. PMU U1 : 512Kwords
U2 : 512Kwords
(FLASH MEMORY)
Random Access Memory, SRAM
512Kbytes Max. PMU U3 : 256Kbytes
U4 : 256Kbytes
(Battery Backed-up)
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2.4 SYSTEM COMPONENTS
Item
Slot
Circuit
Position
Number
GDK-20W KSU(MBU)
Description
Remark
4DKT + 2SLT + 1 WTI
DVIB
1
2
Digital Voice Interface
DVIBE
1
2
Digital Voice Interface +
DTMF Receiver 2EA
LCOB4
2,3
4
Loop Start CO Interface
PRU4, PRCPTU
LCOBA
2,3
2
Loop Start CO Interface
PRU4, PRCPTU
LCOB4/
4
Polarity Detect 4 ports
4
Polarity Detect 4 ports +
PRU4
LCOBA
PRCPTU4
LCOB4/
LCOBA
Call Progress Tone Detect 4 ports
LCOB
2,3
2
Loop Start CO Interface
LCOBE(SP)
2,3
2
Loop Start CO Interface
(Call Progress Tone Detect 2 ports)
LCOBE(w/PRU)
2,3
2
Loop Start CO Interface
(Polarity Detect 2 ports)
LCOB2
2,3
STIB
2,3
1(2B)
ISDN 1So/To Interface
STIB2
2,3
2(4B)
ISDN 1So/To + 1To Interface
PMU
4
WTIB
5
MFB
6
DVEU
DVIB/
4
Loop Start CO Interface
Program Module Unit
2
Wireless Terminal Interface(2 WTI)
Battery Changing, RS-232C, Auto FAX
Voice Memory Expansion Unit
DVIBE
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Key Service Unit (KSU)
The KSU is a plastic cabinet designed for wall mounting. The KSU contains a MBU(Main Board Unit) and POWER
Transformer and Mechanical parts.
Main Board Unit (MBU)
A Power Supply Circuit is required in the Key Service Unit. The Power Supply Circuit converts local AC power(220~240V
AC @ 50~60Hz) to DC voltages, regulates the voltages, and provides the appropriate DC voltages to the MBU for
distribution to other system components. Three DC outputs are provided : ±5V DC, +30V DC.
The MBU, incorporates, master clock, one alarm detection circuit, one general purpose relay, watchdog circuitry and 4
ports digital terminal interface circuits and 2 ports SLT circuits as well as the system's PCM voice processing and main
micro-processor. And the MBU contains one wireless terminal interface circuit that is used to install one base station to
support 4 simultaneous DECT calls.
The micro-processor is a 16 bit high speed CPU that receives and transmits signaling information from/to other PCBs,
controls feature activation, and PCM time-slot interchange. For digital voice processing, two ROM's contain PCM tone,
gain table, etc.
There are two commonly used slots, SLOT2 and SLOT3, and four fixed slots for extending the system capacity. From
the left side, the SLOT1 is used to install the DVIB/DVIBE. The SLOT2 and SLOT3 are used to install
LCOB2/LCOB/LCOBE/LCOBA/LCOB4 and STIB2 / STIB. The SLOT4 is used to install the PMU basically. The SLOT5 is
used to install the WTIB and the SLOT6 is used to install the MFB.
The permitted terminals are as following.
Keyset:
KD-36D, KD-36N, KD-24D, KD-24N
KD/E-36EXE, KD/E-36ENH, KD/E-24EXE, KD/E-24ENH, KD/E-8BTN
LKD-2NS, LKD-8DS, LKD-30DS, etc
DECT terminal: GDC-330H, GDC-335H, GDC-340H
Program Module Unit (PMU)
The PMU is installed to SLOT4 basically and incorporates the system's memory, one internal and one external MOH
ports, Real time clock circuit and two DTMF receivers. Each receiver is time-shared under the control of the system
software.
The LEDs in upper side of the PMU panel indicates system’s power on/off state and data communication state. Also, the
PMU contains 512Kbytes of RAM and 1Mwords of Flash memory.
The RAM associated with the system database and the real-time-clock is protected from power loss by a long life high
energy lithium battery.
Two(2) Flash memory(U1 & U2, 512Kwords respectively) contains the basic system operating software.
Ring Generation Unit(RGU)
The GDK-20W system provides two kinds of ring signals. One is 50Hz sine wave signal generated from power
transformer, another is 25Hz square wave signal from RGU.
The RGU is installed to connector,CN23,of MBU and generates 75Vrms ring signal that can be applied to the two(2)
SLTs simultaneously.
Multi Function Board (MFB)
The Multi Function Board(MFB) Provides a RS-232C interface port with 9 pin connector. The maximum baud rate is
38400bps. The MFB is useful for system maintenance, PC based admin, SMDR print out and local software up-grade.
It is recommended that the RS-232C serial cable whose length is below 10 meters is used.
The MFB includes circuitry for float charging an externally connected 24 volt battery and controls the
operation of the battery back-up circuits. And the MFB will provide system operating voltages from the
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battery if local AC power fails. In addition, circuitry is incorporated in the MFB to disconnect the battery when
it is in deep discharge.
The MFB includes circuitry for Fax Tone Detection. By Admin-program, User use the MBU SLT Port 1 as
Fax port instead of Analog CO port.
Fax Tone Detection Circuit & Function is supported from the MFB Issue 2.
The MFB includes one External Relay for General purpose.
MFB can be installed on the SLOT6.
Wireless Terminal Interface Board (WTIB)
The WTIB provides two(2) base station interface circuits and two(2) DSP circuits.
Base station interface circuits are used to connect base stations which interface wireless terminals(GDC-330H, GDC335H, GDC-340H) based on DECT specifications.
The DSP circuits perform 8 channels of ADPCM conversion with integral echo canceling and echo suppression.
WTIB can be installed on the SLOT5.
CO Line Interface Board – Loop Start (LCOB2/LCOB/LCOBE/LCOBA/LCOB4)
There are Analog CO/PABX Line interface(Loop-start line interface) boards that is installed at the SLOT2 & SLOT3.
These boards has 2 CO/PABX Loop Start Lines and 4CO/PABX Loop Start Lines with ring and loop current detection,
A/D and D/A conversions, and pulse signaling.
S/T Interface Board (STIB2)
The S,T interface is based on the existing interface described in ETSI 300. 012 which is based upon ITU_T
Recommendations I.430 and provides modifications and further requirements.
This is applied at the S or T reference points for the basic interface structure defined in ITU_T I.412. Layer 1 interfacing
requires a balanced metallic transmission medium, for each direction of transmit capability to support 192Kbps(2B+D).
For interface circuits, one per transmission direction, are used for transmit digital signals. Data & bit clock are
transmitted by the NT master and extracted by TE slave. The GDK-20W system can be positioned at reference point Ia
or Ib on ETS 300. 012 that is TE-slave without power feeding or NT-master with power feeding. By selecting the short pin
and DIP switch on each line interface, the STIB can support either S0-interface (Line card function) or T-interface (Trunk
function).
The board line’s specific circuitry contains PEB2086 for Physical layer and data link layer.
This board is comprised of one T only port and one S/T Switchable port.
STIB2 can be installed on the SLOT2 and SLOT3.
S/T Interface Board (STIB)
The S,T interface is based on the existing interface described in ETSI 300. 012 which is based upon ITU_T
Recommendations I.430 and provides modifications and further requirements.
This is applied at the S or T reference points for the basic interface structure defined in ITU_T I.412. Layer 1 interfacing
requires a balanced metallic transmission medium, for each direction of transmit capability to support 192Kbps(2B+D).
For interface circuits, one per transmission direction, are used for transmit digital signals. Data & bit clock are
transmitted by the NT master and extracted by TE slave. The GDK-20W system can be positioned at reference point Ia
or Ib on ETS 300. 012 that is TE-slave without power feeding or NT-master with power feeding. By selecting the short pin
and DIP switch on each line interface, the STIB can support either S0-interface (Line card function) or T-interface (Trunk
function).
The board line’s specific circuitry contains PEB2086 for Physical layer and data link layer.
This board is comprised of one S/T Switchable port.
STIB can be installed on the SLOT2 and SLOT3.
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DVIB (Digitized Voice Interface Board)
„
„
„
„
„
„
DVIB provides 2 channel Record/Play
DVIB provides Time & System prompt
All message are saved in Flash memory
Max record time : Without DVEU (68 Minutes), With DVEU(136 Minutes)
(DVIB: 68 Min, DVEU: 68Min)
System/time stamp: 8 Min
User record time: 128 Min
Max. Number of User Voice Message : 400ea(With DVEU)
(DVIB: 200ea, DVEU: 200ea)
DVEU(Digitized Voice Expansion Unit) : Optional PCB of DVIB
* Note: User Greeting does not lost by system power off or reset because of this message is stored in FLASH memory
MBU SW1-1 controls the protection of recorded messages.
DVIB should be installed on SLOT1.
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SECTION 3. INSTALLAT ION
3.1 INTRODUCTION
As with any sophisticated communications device, installation of the GDK-20W System requires the care and
fore-thought of a competent technician. Installation proceeds in 4 major steps:
-. Site Preparation
-. KSU Installation
-. PCB Installation
-. System Wiring
-. DECT Installation
3.2 SITE PREPARATION
General Site Considerations
The first step is to locate an acceptable site for the common equipment.(KSU, boards, etc.)
When locating a mounting site for the KSUs, the following points must be considered:
1.
The KSUs are designed for wall mounting and should not be mounted directly to a masonry or plaster board wall. It
is recommended that a ½ inch thickness plywood back-board be firmly mounted to the wall first and then the KSU.
2.
The location must have access to 220~240 Volt AC, 50 - 60 Hz with a circuit breaker or fuse rated at 15 amps. A 3wire parallel blade grounded outlet should be within approximately 2 meters (6 feet).
3.
The location must have access to a good earth ground, such as a metallic cold water pipe with no non-metallic
joints. The ground source should be located as close as possible to the system.
4.
The system should be located in an area which is well ventilated with a recommended temperature of 20 - 26
degrees C (68 - 78.8 degrees F) and a relative humidity of 5 - 85 % (non-condensing).
5.
The system should be located within 8 meters (25 feet) of the telephone company's termination point. Also, the
location should be within the prescribed station loop lengths for all keysets and terminals. If existing cabling is to be
employed, the location of existing cabling and conduits should be considered.
6.
The location should have adequate accessibility, space and lighting for future servicing and should consider the
need for future expansion.
7.
The site should be away from radio transmitting equipment, arc-welding devices, copy machines, and other
electrical equipment capable of generating electrical interference. The system should be protected from flooding
and heavy machinery as well as excessive dust and vibration.
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Back-Board Installation
A wooden backboard is recommended for all installations and must be installed when the location has masonry or
plasterboard walls. A ½ inch plywood material is sufficient for most installations. The back-board should be mounted at
a convenient height, about 1 meter above the floor, and be bolted in two number of places to distribute the weight of the
system.
Verify On-Site Equipment
Once the equipment installation site has been identified and a dedicated earth ground, and lighting and ventilation are
available, verify that all equipment required are on-site and have not been damaged during shipment. Assure there is no
shipping damage. Note that a mounting template is packed with KSU and this template will be required later in the
installation. Check that the type and quantity of boards received is correct and optional equipment are on-site.
If any equipment is damaged or missing, notify appropriate personnel to correct the situation.
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3.3 KSU & POWER INSTALLATION
GDK-20W system consists of KSU, some optional boards, and peripheral instruments. The exterior view of the GDK-20W
is shown in Figure 3.3.1.
Figure 3.3.1 GDK-20W Exterior View
Mounting the KSU
The KSU is a plastic frame cabinet designed for wall mounting. Employing the KSU mounting template provided with the
KSU, mark the location of the two screws to mount the KSU. Again, the KSU must not be mounted on a masonry or drywall surface, in this case a wooden backboard is required, refer to paragraph [Back Board Installation]. The distance
between mounting holes is shown in Figure 3.3.2.
The KSU is mounted with two #10 or larger, 1.5 inch or longer screws. First, drill pilot holes in the two locations marked,
insert the screws and tighten leaving about 0.5 inch exposed. Hang up the KSU on the screws and tighten the KSU.
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Figure 3.3.2 KSU Mounting Holes & Installation layout
Power Installation
The Power Supply Circuit of the MBU provides power for the system boards and telephones, converting the AC Input
Voltage to appropriate DC voltages. Before installation, assure that the AC power cord is NOT plugged into the AC
INLET. The Power Supply Circuit is located on the left upper side of the MBU.
The GDK-20W Power can only operate 220~240V AC based on the connection of the cable(4-wired) by the CN22 from
transformer and the connection of the cable(2-wired) by the CN21 to transformer.
Input Voltage
230V(+10%, -15%)
Connect to
CN21
Fuse
T800mAH 250V
* Caution : the GDK-20W Power can not operate with 110~127V AC.
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KSU Grounding
The GDK-20W mains lead must be connected to a building mains supply that includes an earth connection in
conformance with current IEE requirements.
Earthling is required for user safety and to minimize EMC interference.
If does not connected mains earth, to ensure proper system operation and for safety purpose, a good earth ground is
required. A metallic COLD water pipe usually provides a reliable ground. Carefully check that the pipe does not contain
insulated joints that could isolate the ground path. If insulated joints exist, another earth ground source must be used or,
if allowed, the joints may be bridged.
A #14 AWG or larger copper wire should be used between the ground source and the connector, CN27, of the KSU. The
wire should be kept as short as possible, it is recommended that the wire be no longer than 8 meters.(about 25 feet)
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3.4 PCB INSTALLATION
PCB Handling & General Installation
All boards should not be installed or removed while power applied.
Power must be turned off prior to insertion or removal of the PCB.
The system PCBs contain digital circuitry which can be damaged by exposure to excessive static electricity. When
handling PCBs, a grounded wrist strap should be used to protect the boards from static discharges. Also, use common
sense when handling the PCBs. For example, do not place a PCB in locations where heavy objects might fall on the PCB
and damage components.
To insert a PCB, hold the PCB and, with component side facing right, insert the card into the MBU’s din connector firmly
and tighten. To remove a PCB, reverse the procedure. Installation method of PCB is shown in Figure 3.4.1.
Figure 3.4.1 PCB Installation
There are 6 slots in the GDK-20W system for extend or modify the system configuration. But, there are some restrictions
when optional board installation. Note that the system can not operate properly with wrong installation. The SLOT1 of the
MBU is reserved only for DVIB/DVIBE, the SLOT2 & SLOT3 is reserved for LCOBs or STIB2/STIB, the SLOT4 are
reserved only for PMU and the SLOT5 and SLOT6 is reserved for WTIB and MFB, respectively.
To summarize, see the following table 3.4.1.
Slot No.
SLOT1
SLOT2
SLOT3
SLOT4
SLOT5
SLOT6
Cards
DVIB, DVIBE
LCOB2, LCOB, LCOBE,
LCOBA, LCOB4,STIB2, STIB
PMU
WTIB
MFB
Remark
Fixed slot for DVIB
Option board for LCO, ISDN
Fixed slot for PMU(Basic)
Fixed slot for WTIB
Fixed slot for MFB
[Table 3.4.1] Option Boards Installation Table
When the system power on, the default slot assignment is automatically redefined according to board installation status.
Main Board Unit (MBU) Installation
The MBU is installed in the KSU default. It comprised of main processor, four(4) Digital Terminal interface circuits, two(2)
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Single Line Telephone interface circuits, six(6) card slots for optional boards, one(1) Wireless terminal interface circuit
and data communication circuit which transmits and receives to/from other cards. The MBU is equipped with one basic
card; a PMU for program memory, data memory, and etc. Refer to Figure 3.4.2.
Figure 3.4.2 MBU Installation
The MBU provides screw-down terminal blocks that is used to connect the peripheral instruments; Keyset, SLT, Base
station, and etc. Four(4) DKTUs are connected to MBU through terminal block, CN18, and two(2) SLTs are connected to
the SLT1 & SLT2 ports of terminal block, CN19. The connection between MBU and base station is performed through
the WTI1 port of terminal block, CN19. All of peripheral instruments are installed by using twisted one pair copper line.
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Figure 3.4.3 RGU connector and protection switch setting
Following table shows the connector and switch on GDK-20W MBU.
Switch
Manufacturer
ISSUE 1
setting
CN23
1-1 ( OFF)
SW 1
1-2 (OFF)
Description
Remark
Pin 1&2 short: 50Hz ring signal(sine wave)
RGU plugged: 25Hz ring signal(square wave)
ON: For database protection.
OFF: For system default.
Dependent on country
adaptation.
OFF : Loop back OFF
OFF (Always)
Turn ON the switch
after system power on.
The MBU has a two position DIP switch(SW1). The following is the function of each switch position :
Knob 1
Knob 2
System data base initialization when power on
-. On : Do not initialize system data base when power on.
-. Off : Initialize system data base when power on.
ISDN Loop Back on
-. On : Loop Back on
-. Off : Loop Back off
Before programming the system, SW1(knob 1) should be placed in the Off position and turn the system power off and on
to initialize the system database to default. Once the database has been initialized, SW(knob 1) should be placed in the
on position to protect the database in the memory. Refer to Figure 3.4.3.
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PMU Installation
The PMU must be installed to SLOT4 on the MBU basically for the system operation. Refer to Figure 3.4.2.
The PMU contains a lithium dry-cell to keep the memory contents and real-time clock functions during power off. The
battery is soldered to the PMU, and connected circuitry by an on/off DIP switch(SW2). So the DIP switch knob must be
ON position before the PMU installation.
The PMU provides two kinds of MOH sources, internal MOH and external MOH.
External MOH source is input through black screw-down terminal, CN5, on the PMU. Refer to Figure 3.4.4.
And there are five red LEDs on the PMU, the function of them are as follows.
LD1
LD2
LD3
LD4
LD5
Display system software operation
-. This LED will turn on and turn off at every 100 msec.
Display task changing (software testing purpose)
-. This LED will be turn on/off toggle when call task changing.
Display task changing (software testing purpose)
-. This LED will be turn on/off toggle when timer task changing.
Indication for DKT data comm. error
-. This LED will be turn on/off toggle for keyset data comm. Error.
Display task changing
-. This LED will be turn on/off toggle when DECT task changing.
Figure 3.4.4 PMU Installation
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RGU Installation
The RGU generates 25Hz square wave ring signal.
The RGU is installed to connector, CN23, of the MBU and generates 75Vrms ring signal that can be applied to the two(2)
SLTs simultaneously.
Figure 3.4.5 RGU Installation
MFB Installation
The RS-232C of MFB board is used for the function of system maintenance, PC based Admin, SMDR print local software
up-grade.
The Followings are the list of the system’s output.
-. Administration data base
-. Off-Line SMDR(on-demand)
-. On-Line SMDR
-. Statistical Information
-. System Trace data
The installation method is shown in Figure 3.4.6.
Figure 3.4.6 MFB installation
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Analog CO/PABX Line Interface Boards (LCOB: Loop-start) Installation
The LCOB2, LCOB, LCOBE, LCOBA, and LCOB4 can be installed on the SLOT2 & SLOT3
The exterior of them are shown in Figure 3.4.7.
This board provides two(2) Loop Start ports and four(4) Loop Start ports.
Board
LCOB2, LCOB4
LCOB, LCOBE, LCOBA
Slot
SLOT2 & 3
SLOT2 & 3
Port No.
4
2
[Table 3.4.2] LCOBs
Figure 3.4.7 Analog CO Interface Boards
ISDN STIB2 & STIB (S/T Interface Board) Installation
It should be noted that the STIB2 & STIB board should be installed on the SLOT2&SLOT3 of the MBU.
The STIB2 provides 1 port of BRI(Basic Rate Interface-‘T’ mode only) and 1port of ‘S’ and ‘T’ mode Switchable interface
and STIB provides 1 port of ‘S’ and ‘T’ mode Switchable interface.
Select the jumpers and DIP switches for S0 or T0 interface. Be sure to connect ISDN trunk to T0 interface port and
ISDN extension to S0 interface port. Check if ISDN trunk is not connected to S0 interface port and ISDN extension is
not connected to T0 interface port.
The mode selection method is shown in table 3.4.3.
SW2
SW1
S/T Port
CN2
1 Port STIB
SW2
SW1
S/T Port
CN2
2 Port STIB
T Port
SW3
Figure 3.4.8 Switches and connector for the STIB
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Jumper/
Manufacture
Switch
Setting (T mode)
SW1 &
CN2
SW1 :OFF
CN2 : T position
SW2
Pin1-2: OFF
Pin3-4 : ON
SW3
ON
Description
Remark
S0 or T0 interface mode selection for the
port and PEB2086 device respectively.
#1 and #2 : External Power feeding ON/OFF.
#3 and #4 : Termination Resistor ON/OFF
Termination Resistor ON/OFF
Only for T0 interface.
(a) Selection Method
Port
So/To (CO1-2 or
2So station 130-131)
To
(CO3-4 or 1-2)
Connector
& Switch
SW1
SW2
CN2
Mode
SW3
T only
T
S
Selection Method
Move short pins to CN2’s ‘T’ position
Move SW1, SW2 to ‘T’ position(OFF)
Move short pins to CN2’s ‘S’ position
Move SW1, SW2 to ‘S’ position(ON)
Move SW3 to ON position
(b) Port meaning for STIB2 of SLOT2
[Table 3.4.3] S/T Mode Selection Method
Figure 3.4.9 STIB2
It is noted that the ‘PWR’ and the ‘R’’ markings on the STIB2 & STIB card are switched with above figure.
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WTIB (Wireless Terminal Interface Board) Installation
The WTIB provides 2 ports of base station interfaces. The connection between the WTIB and base stations(GDC-200B)
are performed through TERMINAL BLOCK(CN1) by using twisted one pair copper line.
The exterior of the board is shown in Figure 3.4.10.
It should be noted that the WTIB board could be installed on the SLOT5.
Figure 3.4.10 WTIB
DVIB (Digitized Voice Interface Board) Installation
The DVIB provides 2 voice channels. The maximum record time of a DVIB without DVEU(Digitized Voice Expansion Unit)
is 68 minutes and if a DVEU is installed, additional 70 minutes is added to the maximum record time. And the protection
of recorded messages is controlled by MBU SW1-1.
MBU
SW1-1
Description
System message
User message
OFF : for system default
Not deleted
Deleted
ON : for database protection
Not deleted
Not deleted
[Table 3.4.4] Protection of recorded messages
The DVIB board should be installed on the SLOT1 of MBU. And the DVEU board should be installed correctly
on the CN4 and CN5 of DVIB. If the boards are incorrectly installed, DVIB or DVEU may be operated abnormally
or damaged.
The connectors of a DVIB board is shown in figure 3.4.11. CN2 is used for the trace of a DVIB board using a trace data
monitor tool(GDK-TRC1). CN4 and CN5 are used for a DVEU installation. CN1 is inserted on SLOT1 of MBU and CN3 is
used for a test.
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DVEU
CN5
CN3
CN4
CN2
CN1
Figure 3.4.11 Connectors of the DVIB
Figure 3.4.12 DVIB
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3.5 SYSTEM WIRING
Battery Back-Up Wiring Installation
The system can be equipped with external batteries for proper operation when local AC power fails. The Back-Up
batteries are connected to the connector(CN3) of the MFB.
The External batteries must provide 24 Volts DC. This is generally accomplished by connecting two 12 volts batteries in a
series arrangement. Battery operation is controlled by the MFB. The MFB will provide charging current(maximum 0.5
amp) to the batteries during normal AC power operation. The MFB will automatically stop the battery operation when AC
power re-applied or low battery voltage detected.
The system operating time by external batteries is depend on several elements as follows, battery charge state, condition
of the batteries, capacity of the batteries, and the system configuration(number of station ports).
The MFB has one industry standard 9 pin RS-232C connector. The RS-232C ports are connected by 9-pin connectors as
shown Figure 3.5.2. Note that the communication settings are 9600bps(Max 38400bps), 8 bit data, no parity bit and 1
stop bit.
The RS-232C port only provides three(3) control signals such as TXD, RXD and ground.
It is recommended that the RS-232C serial cable whose length is below 10 meters is used.
Batteries are connected to the connector(CN3) of the MFB, as shown in Figure 3.5.1.
Warning :
-
Carefully check the battery polarity with cable colors(RED and BLUE) when connecting the battery to
system.
- It is recommended to use a fuse(5A @250V) between battery and system.
- Recommended battery capacity is 24V/10AH MF battery. The system will operate more than 5 hours with
this battery.
Figure 3.5.1 Battery Back-Up Wiring
MFB
2(TX)
2(RX)
Terminal
MFB
2(TX)
3(RX)
Terminal
RS-232C
3(RX)
3(TX)
RS-232C
RS-232C
3(RX)
2(TX)
RS-232C
Connector
Connector
Connector
(9pin)
(9pin)
(9pin)
5(GND)
5(GND)
Connector
5(GND)
Figure 3.5.2 RS-232C 9-pin Connector Wiring
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But, for ISDN line connection, it is done by using the RJ45 type connector on the ISDN interface
cards(STIB2, STIB).
Music on Hold (MOH) Wiring
The GDK-20W System sends internal or external music signal to CO lines that are in hold state. The default music
source input is assigned to internal source. And the external music source can be used by changing the system database
and connect a external music source to the blue colored TERMINAL BLOCK(CN2) of the PMU.
General Purpose Relays Wiring
There are two general purpose relays in the GDK-20W system. One contact is provided in the MBU and is connected
through CN22 pin#1,2 (RELAY1) and another contact is prepared in the MFB and is connected through CN2 pin #1,
2(RELAY2). The control of these relays are done by system programming..
Also, this dry relay contact can be used to Loud Bell Control function, Door Open function, etc. under the software control.
Note that the maximum rating of the relay contact is 30Volt/3A, so, do not use over this rating.
GDK-20W
Internal Relay
Contact
External DC
Power Supply
DC device
e.g. Bell
Relay contact Max. rating - 3A at 30Vdc : resistive load
CAUTION
-. It is possible to cause danger of high voltage and electric shock.
-. "From external source - take all appropriate safety precaution if over 50V AC"
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Alarm Detect Port Wiring
One external alarm detect input port is provided from the TERMINAL BLOCK CN22(pin#3,4) of the MBU. This port is
used for notify to extensions when the external switch on/off. The connection example is shown in Figure 3.5.3.
Close or open detection is programmable by administration programming.
Pin #3 of CN22
External Switch
Pin #4 of CN22
Figure 3.5.3 External Switch Wiring Example
Ferrite Core Installation
A ferrite core is provided in the package of the KSU. Ferrite core should be installed when wiring MBU, CO board, and
WTIB.
Ferrite core is used to proof the EMI and to protect the system from the impulse noises.
Ferrite core should be installed on signal wires as Figure 3.5.4 Ferrite core on signal wires.
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Figure 3.5.4 Ferrite core on signal wires
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3.6 DECT Installation
3.6.1 Overview of the DECT system
The wireless standard of the GDK-20W system is DECT(Digital Enhanced Cordless Tele-communications).
The components of the DECT system are a WTIB, base stations and wireless terminals. The GDK-20W system has the
three wireless terminal interface ports that is used to connect three(3) base stations. One port is prepared in the MBU,
the others are provided by WTIB that is installed to SLOT5 of the MBU optionally.
Base stations are installed throughout a facility to relay calls between wireless terminals and the GDK-20W office
telephone system. The GDC-335H and GDC-340H are wireless terminals. The wireless terminal users have access right
to the office telephone system (GDK-20W) feature in addition to being free to make and calls away from their desks. The
wireless terminal is small, light and easy to use. It also provides a display for alphanumeric information.
3.6.1.1 Components of the DECT system
The components of a DECT system are;
•
GDK-20W Digital Wireless Key Telephone System
•
WTIB(option) card
•
Base Station (GDC-200B)
•
Wireless Terminal (GDC-335H, GDC-340H)
•
Charger (330-SSC, 340-SSC)
Figure 3.6.1 shows components of the DECT system. The GDK-20W Digital Wireless Key Telephone system includes
WTIB card.
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GDK-20W Digital KSU
GDC-335H, GDC-340H
(Wireless terminal)
330-SSC, 340-SSC
(Single-Slot Charger)
GDC-200B
(Base Station)
Figure 3.6.1 Components of a DECT system
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A. GDK-20W Digital Wireless Key Telephone System
The MBU has one(1) wireless terminal interface port that is used to connect one base station.
B. WTIB (Wireless Terminal Interface Board)
The WTIB has two(2) wireless terminal interface(WTI) ports and can support the two(2) base stations.
The WTIB should be plugged into the SLOT5 of the MBU.
C. Base Station (GDC-200B)
The base station should be installed indoors and protected by surge because it is designed for indoor station.
It has a RF(Radio Frequency) Module(transmitter and receiver) that handles communication with wireless terminals
through the air link. It can be connected to a GDK-20W system via Wireless terminal interface ports.
Each base station provides similar coverage for a particular area call as a cell, and supports four(4) simultaneous calls
(four traffic channels). However, since individual wireless terminals are not continuously in call, the system may support
more than four wireless terminals:
In the GDK-20W system, Maximum 20 wireless terminals can be registered.
Base stations may be mounted on walls or desktops up to 300 meters away from the GDK-20W system using twisted one
pair cable (0.5φ, AWG 24). They are remotely powered (DC 30 volts) by the wireless terminal interface circuit.
The number of base stations used in a system depends on the area to be covered and the traffic density. The typical inhouse coverage is a 40 meter radius. In practice the cell size may vary between 10 meter indoors in worst case situation,
up to 200 meters outdoor in free space.
D. Wireless Terminal (GDC-335H, GDC-340H)
It is designed for ease-to-use. The LCD shows various call-information, and the keypad has a 12-dial pad and additional
keys that facilitate wireless terminal.
E. Single Slot Charger (330-SSC, 340-SSC)
The battery of a GDC-335H is charged by a 330-SSC and the battery of a GDC-340H is charged by a 340SSC.
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3.6.1.2 How to make Calls
A. Before Making Initial Call
It is similar to other calls in a telephone system to make a call in the DECT system except that every call to or from a
wireless terminal involves establishing a RF link to the wireless terminal through a base station. In an idle status, a
wireless terminal scans a dummy bearer from base stations and locks to the base station with the strongest signal. The
dummy bearer is similar to the control channel in a cellular telephone system. If the wireless terminal can not synchronize
to a dummy bearer, it can not make a call.
System ID(PARK) is very important in the DECT calls. The Base stations should be assigned to a unique GDK-20W
DECT ID(PARK). Wireless terminals should be programmed with a system ID that matches a particular GDK-20W DECT
system before communicating with a base station in the system.
Calls to Wireless Terminal
The DECT system receives a call from an extension of the system.
To locate the called party, the DECT system sends a request containing the ID of the called wireless terminal to all base
stations.
The called wireless terminal responds to the base station onto which it is locked.
The RF link is established. The call then proceeds like other calls in the office telephone system.
Initiated Call from a Wireless Terminal
The wireless terminal locks onto a base station and initiates a RF link.
The base station transmits call information to the DECT system. The call then proceeds like other calls in the office
telephone system.
B. Controlling a Call
During a call, interaction occurs mainly between the wireless terminal and a DECT. The wireless terminal accepts input at
the keypad by user and sends the information to a DECT via base station. The DECT handles most of signaling functions
and controls the display of wireless terminal.
C. Terminating a Call
Call termination involves releasing a voice channel and transiting a wireless terminal to a standby status. When DECT
recognizes that a call has terminated, it sends a release message to a base station. The base station and wireless
terminal are released.
In some cases, the base station should initiate call termination by sending a message to the DECT. Loss of wireless
terminal power and interference with the RF signal are examples of events that cause the base station to terminate a call
abruptly.
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3.6.1.3 GDK-20W DECT
A. WTIB
The WTIB is installed to the SLOT5 of the MBU and has the two(2) wireless terminal interface ports.
Figure 3.6.2 shows the layout of the WTIB.
Figure 3.6.2 WTIB
B. Base Station
Figure 3.6.3 shows a base station.
Figure 3.6.3 Base Station
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Base stations may be mounted on wall or desktop up to 300 meters away from the wireless terminal interface ports using
a twisted one pair cable(0.5φ). The system supports max. three base stations.
In typical office environments, each base station has a broadcast range of 50 meters and supports an area of 8,000
square meters. In settings where the absence of any obstruction provide perfect line of sight conditions between a base
station and wireless terminal users and there are no atmospheric limitations, the range may increase to max.200 meters.
LEDs on the PCB of a base station provide diagnostic information for base station status.
Antenna Diversity
Spatial diversity at the base station is implemented by using two antennas. The antenna providing the best signal for
each time slot is selected. This is performed on the basis of the RF power level and alternatively the quality information.
In DECT, the BER(Bit Error Ratio) is affected by multi-path propagation not only in terms of signal fading but in terms of
time dispersion, which leads to ISI(Inter Symbol Interference). Antenna diversity not only reduces the fading probability
but mitigates the effect of time dispersion.
Power Feeding
The base station is DC powered from the WTI ports by phantom power feeding circuit between a WTI port and a base
station.
Roaming
Roaming is the movement of a wireless terminal from one base station coverage area to another base station coverage
area, where the base stations enable the wireless terminal to make or receive calls in both areas. The system supports
roaming function.
Hand-over
The GDK-20W DECT provides a seamless hand-over, almost undetectable by users as they move from one radio cell to
another.
Digital Voice Quality
The GDK-20W DECT uses advanced digital technology to provide high sound quality as almost equal to fixed line
telephones. Speech coding uses 32kbps ADPCM(Adaptive Differential Pulse Code Modulation) conforming to CCITT
recommendation G.721.
Multiple Simultaneous Users
The GDK-20W DECT accommodates multiple users(12 users) in simultaneous conversation with no degradation in
performance.
C. Wireless Terminal (GDC-335H, GDC-340H)
The wireless terminal is designed for ease-of-use at the desks of users or moving throughout a facility.
z
z
z
It is small and light for ease-of-use.
The LCD displays call information and the status of terminal.
The keypad contains specially labeled keys assisting users to make calls and operate telephone
features.
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Figure 3.6.4 Wireless Terminal (GDC-335H, GDC-340H)
Subscription
The wireless terminals associate unique identities, to prevent unauthorized use of the PSTN line. See the User Guide of
the GDC-335H and GDC-340H for the subscription of wireless terminals.
LCD Display
The LCD of GDC-335H has six icons and 2 x 10 Dot matrix and the LCD of GDC-340H has eight icons and 2
x 12 Dot matrix.
RSSI
Station # and
Call information
Figure 3.6.5 The LCD of GDC-335H & GDC-340H
Security
The wireless terminal ciphers voice information before transmitting it. It ensures that the conversations are
private and inaccessible to electronic eavesdropping.
Ringing
There are various types of ring signal in the wireless terminal and users can select the ring signal and control
the volume of ring signal. Seven volume levels are available in GDC-335H and four volume levels are
available in GDC-340H.
Key Pad Tone
A beep is heard when the wireless terminals recognize a dial input from dial pad.
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Low Battery Alarm
When the battery is discharged to low battery state, the low battery message is displayed in the display LCD
of the wireless terminal (except GDC-340H) and warning tone is heard (both GDC-33xH and GDC-340H).
Low Power Consumption
The GDC-335H supports 15 hours for continuous use and 50 hours for standby mode on fully charged
battery and The GDC-340H supports 9 hours for continuous use and 50 hours for standby mode on fully
charged battery.
Removable Battery Pack
The GDC-335H has one type of battery pack (330-SBP, 600mAh). It is standard battery pack. The 330-SBP
supports 15 hours for continuous use and 50 hours for standby mode.
The GDC-340H has standard rechargeable battery (1.2V rechargeable NiMH AAA size 2 cell). The battery of
GDC-340H supports 9 hours in talking mode and 50 hours in standby mode.
Figure 3.6.6 Battery Pack (330-SBP, AAA size battery)
Antenna
The antenna of the GDC-335H is an wire and non-retractable antenna. Do not extract it. If you try to pull it
out, it may be destroyed. The antenna of the GDC-340H is embedded.
Holes of Top and Bottom Side
There are two holes in the top and bottom side of a GDC-335H. The GDC-340H has two holes in only
bottom side. The holes are special purpose and are covered with covers. Do not take off these covers.
Figure 3.6.7 shows the location of the holes.
LED
antenna
Top
Bottom
View
View
Figure 3.6.7 Holes in the Top and Bottom Side
Charger (330-SSC, 340-SSC)
The GDC-335H comes with a charger that accommodates GDC-335H and one type of battery pack. And the
GDC-340H comes with a charger that accommodates GDC-340H and standard rechargeable battery. The
330-SSC & 340-SSC is supplied with the adapter (330-HAP). 330-HAP adapter is used for the charger, 330SSC & 340-SSC. There are two types of adapter.
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It is dependent on country adaptation.
Type -Ⅰ
z Input : Only AC 230V ~ 50Hz 50mA
z Output : DC12V 200mA 2.4VA
Type -Ⅱ
z Input : Both AC 220V and 110V ~ 50/60Hz
z Output : DC12V 200mA
Figure 3.6.8 shows the 330-SSC and 340-SSC.
Figure 3.6.8 Single-Slot Charger (330-SSC, 340-SSC)
LED (red) on the charger indicates that charging is in progress.
In the GDC-335H, when a battery is almost consumed during a call or in an idle state, warning tone will be
heard more 3 times in every 20 second with “LOW BATT.” message on the LCD, and a low-battery icon
(
) will be twinkling at the right corner of the LCD.
In the GDC-340H, when a battery is almost consumed during a call or in an idle state, warning tone will be
heard once in every 5 second, and a low-battery icon (
) will be blinking at the right corner of the LCD.
The battery inside of GDC-33xH, GDC-340H is Nickel Metal Hydride (NI-MH) and can be charged any time.
To increase the lifetime of the battery, use the wireless terminal without charging until the battery
alarm is heard.
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3.6.2 System Configuration
The GDK-20W DECT is used in single cell or multi-cell.
3.6.2.1 Before Installation
Followings are the factors that affect the quality of service for the GDK-20W DECT.
•
•
•
•
•
Location of base station
Number of wireless terminal users within a base station range
Obstructions between base station and wireless terminal
Coverage area
Desired quality of service
The purpose of this section is to provide you with information and explain tasks that you should complete to
ensure the best operation of the system.
The following procedure is very helpful to check the coverage region and install the base station:
1. Site survey (see the sub-clause A)
2. Judge where to place bases on plan drawing (see the sub-clause B).
3. For each base, check coverage tool (see the sub-clause C and CRS Tool Manual).
4. Plot limit line for each base station.
5. Check for shadow area.
6. Adjust base position for shadow area or add base if not possible.
7. Consider traffic 5 calls per cell add to plan.
8. Install the base station (see the 3.6.3 Hardware Installation).
9. Check with 335H GAP (except 340H GAP) handset using RSSI (displays only one base station at a
time, limit is -80 dbm: see the sub-clause D)
10. Walk with 2 handsets, monitor for voice quality and ‘OUT OF RANGE’ message.
11. If it is OK, finish it.
A. Site Survey
1. Get building blue prints.
2.
Check building material and thickness.
Note the general construction materials used in walls and doors between multi-story buildings, and
window coatings and coverings, if any. Also note any large metal objects, such as equipment, doors, and
fluorescent lamp shades.
In general, signals are attenuated to some lower degrees when they should pass through any barrier,
however, some materials such as metal attenuate much degree.
a.
b.
Note
Consider high traffic areas, such as conference rooms, cafeterias, and manufacturing floors.
Consider office locations and number of wireless terminal users within the site.
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B. Base Station Broadcast Range and Location
1. Base Station Requirements
To determine the number of base station in a system, you should consider base station broadcast range.
2.
Base Station Range
In a typical office environment, each base station has a broadcast range of 50 meters and supports an
area of 8,000 square meters, but a broadcast range depends entirely upon office environment. Where
the absence of any obstruction provides perfect line of sight conditions between the base station and
wireless terminal users and if there are no atmospheric limitations, the range may increase to 200
meters.
The following base station broadcast ranges can be used as a rough guide to plan the base station
positions:
z
z
z
In line of sight, the base station has a range of about 200m.
In hall, the base station has a range of 40-70m.
In buildings, the base station has a range of about 25-40m. It assumes that walls are made of light
brick, plasterboard or wallboard with metal frames. Normal electrical wiring, central heating pipes,
office furniture and desktop computer equipment have no significant effect.
r = Typical office environment : up to 50 meters
r = Line of sight : up to 200 meters
Base Station
Figure 3.6.9 Base Station Service Area
The characteristic antenna field pattern is a tours(doughnut) centered on the antenna.
Figure 3.6.10 Base Station Antenna Field Pattern (Vertical)
3.
Base Station Location on the Plan Drawing
Determine the location of the base station on the plan drawing according to the previous information
based on the base station broadcast range.
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Once you have completed the steps described in Site Survey on sub-clause A and determined the
number of base stations you need, you should determine where to install the base stations for optimum
coverage and operation of the GDK-20W DECT.
C. CRS(Cell-Coverage Region Survey) Tool
This section provides general guidelines and examples for determining location of base station in the site.
For more information, see the CRS Tool Manual.
For the easy installation, LGE prepares the portable tools which consist of the base station and the wireless
terminal.
Figure 3.6.11 Installation Configuration using the CRS Tool
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
General Guidelines
Place the base stations to maximize direct line of sight between wireless terminals and base station
antennas. Mounting base stations as high as possible will satisfy this guideline.
Place the base stations to minimize obstructions near antennas. If you mount a base station on a wall,
place it higher than the average tall person and do not mount it near doors that could temporarily
obstruct antennas when the door is opened.
Antennas on wall-mounted base stations should be parallel to the wall.
Centralize base stations within the area that you intend to cover.
When rule 1 cannot be observed, place base stations so that signals begin their paths with a clear line
of sight and then bend at the end of their travel to a receiving antenna. It limits the affect of signal
fading.
To minimize blocking in high traffic area, install the base stations required to meet the estimated traffic
demand. When multiple base stations are needed in the same location, you may mount base stations
as close as one meter apart (to avoid one obstruction to the other according to the rule 2).
The base stations are designed to use frequencies that are not in use yet, so there is no problem of
interference between base stations that are mounted near each other.
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8.
In multi-story environments, it is the best to plan coverage for each floor separately. However, because
RF signals can travel between floors, a single base station could support multiple floors as long as
base station broadcast area, traffic requirements, and other general guidelines are kept in mind.
Usually, DECT wave is attenuated by reflection indoors. In order to minimize attenuation, when you
install a base station on the wall, give at least three-wave-length intervals. The intervals should be at
least 45 centimeters because the wavelength is 15 centimeters at DECT frequency.
The best communication environment is when a base station and a user are in the same height. In
office environment, however, it is desirable to consider office furniture to minimize reflection, diffraction
and scattering of DECT wave when you set the position of a base station.
The appropriate position for a base station is where 1.8meter above from the floor and 0.5 meter below
from the ceiling. The top of iron office furniture such as a cabinet or a desk is not a good position. Keep
away from electronic equipment such as a copy machine, a printer or a computer. And the lower wall of
a corridor where many people pass by, corner of a wall, and narrow indoors also should be avoided.
Attenuation
When determining the location of base station, you should consider the effects of attenuation. Attenuation is
the loss of strength of a RF signal due to distance, antenna positioning, and obstructions. The guidelines
provided in Location of Base Station on sub-clause C take attenuation into account, but this section provides
additional important concepts.
The magnitude of change in signal strength is measured in decibel(dB). Increasing or reducing of 3dB
results in doubling or halving signal power strength.
Distance
[Table 3.6.1] shows the signal attenuation caused by distance in direct line of sight condition.
Distance
1 meter
10 meters
100 meters
1000 meters
Attenuation (dB)
0
20
40
60
[Table 3.6.1] Signal Attenuation in Direct Line of Sight Condition
Obstructions
RF signals are also attenuated by obstructions in their paths. [Table 3.6.2] shows the attenuation caused by common
materials in a building. You should try to limit the loss to 60dB.
Object
Approximate Loss in dB
15
30
8 to 9
Concrete
with metal siding
with window
Venetian blinds
Open
Closed
Soft partitioning
10
20
3 to 4
[Table 3.6.2] Signal Attenuation Caused by Building Materials
Although signals can travel through obstacles, you should place base stations so that signals begin their travel with a
clear line of sight and travel through obstacles afterwards. In the example shown in Figure 3.6.12, the base station is
placed to maximize line of sight in both corridors.
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BS
corridor
corridor
Figure 3.6.12 Maximizing Line of Sight
Fading
Fading refers to the attenuation caused when a signal is reflected and receiving antenna receives multiple
instances of the signal. A direct signal is always stronger than a reflected signal.
Base station is designed with two antennas and the capacity to choose the best suited antenna for carrying
the strongest signal. This design minimizes chances of fading.
Although signals can travel around corners, you should place base stations so that signals begin their paths
with a clear line of sight as illustrated in Figure 3.6.12 and then bend to travel to a receiving antenna. It limits
the effect of signal fading.
Shadowing of the radio signal
The following items may well cause shadowing of the radio signal:
z
Thickness of walls, especially cavity walls and reinforced concrete walls.
z
Windows or glass in doors with steel wire reinforcement or metallic reflection film.
z
Steel doors, lift shafts, partitions or walls.
z
Fire resistant doors
z
A wall of steel cabinets, large computer equipment or machinery.
z Thickness of concrete floors.
Traffic Guidelines
Each base station supports four simultaneous calls, but because all users are not simultaneously in call
statistically, a base station can support a greater number of wireless terminal users in practice.
Number of Cell
(Base station)
1
2
3
Recommended Number
of Registered Wireless
Terminals
20
Number of maximum
Simultaneous Wireless
Conversation
4
8
12
[Table 3.6.3] Suitable Wireless Terminal Number according to Base Station Number
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D. RSSI Monitoring (Possible in GDC-335H only)
This function helps that the dealer can install base stations without CR instrument. The RSSI (Received Signal Strength
Indicator) level of a base station of which the wireless terminal is locked is displayed as dBm value on the LCD (The limit
is -80dbm.). This value is updated periodically.
z
Press FUNCTION(
z
z
z
z
Press
.
To enter Technician menu, press PIN code (‘L’,’G’,’G’,’A’,’P’ = ‘5’,’4’,’4’,’2’,’7’).
Press FUNCTION( ) button.
Technician Main Menu is displayed on the LCD.
z
z
) button.
*
4
(Or set ‘<’ mark to ‘4 ShowRSS’ to press UP( ) button or DOWN(
Press
FUNCTION( ) button.).
(The RSSI value is displayed on the LCD and the value is updated periodically.)
Press FLASH button to return to Main Menu.
) button and press
E. Reporting Results
It is important to make a comprehensive survey report that records test results and provides useful information for the
engineer who actually install the equipment. The following information should be included in the survey report (see
Survey Template):
z
z
z
z
z
z
A description of the site, explaining which buildings and grounds are to be included in the report. A description of
the topography of outdoor areas may be useful.
A specification of the construction of the buildings and construction materials.
Determine the customer requirements for;
9
the number of wireless terminals
9
required coverage
9
performance requirements (traffic density, grade of service, etc.)
The location of the GDK-20W System.
Cabling details. Include a specification of cables already present on the site and a list of new cabling required.
Include the distance between a base station and a WTIB for existing and new cabling.
Copies of the maps of the site with the positions of base stations and the cell boundaries. Different cell boundaries
can be marked with different patterns to avoid confusion, i.e. dotted, dashed, dot dash, etc. Do not use colors as
these may be lost when photocopying.
Use the following numbering conventions:
xwyy refers to the identity of the base station, where;
x is the level (-1 is basement, 0 is ground floor, 1 is 1st floor, etc.)
w is the base station number.
yy is the base station position number. This number should be unique.
xcyy refers to the identity of the cell, where;
x is the level at which the measurement was made. (-1 is basement, 0 is ground floor, 1 is 1st floor, etc.)
c is the cell number.
yy is the base station position number that is being measured.
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A list of possible configurations will help the customer to decide exactly what is required. A specification of where base
stations should be placed. This can be marked on the survey map, but additional information such as height and fixing
instructions should be included where appropriate.
A specification of the areas that will be covered by the base station and the areas that may cause problems. This can be
useful when testing the system.
The theoretical maximum number of overlapping cells is 10, if all time slots and frequencies are used. If not all time slots
and frequencies are used, this value is higher. However this is unlikely to be reached in practical situations.
For a large site where a thorough survey has been impossible, it may be prudent to add additional base stations to the
product offer to allow for unforeseen problem areas.
Check list for Survey Data
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
Building characteristics (list for each building); Building identification (refer to maps if available); Type of use....
Dimensions (refer to maps if available)
Number of floors (refer to maps if available)
Height per floor
Partitioning per floor (refer to floor plans if available)
Construction details (type of construction and materials used)
Radio coverage requirements....
List areas which are to be excluded from radio coverage, or where radio coverage is not absolutely required.
List areas where radio coverage is not feasible or requires specific base stations.
Objects inside buildings
Details of furniture, cupboards, machinery, etc. in the interior of buildings per floor.
Position of GDK-20W DECT.
Connection between a WTI port and a base station....
For each base station, the following details of its connection to a WTI port are required:
9
The length of cable between WTI port and base station
9
Whether existing cabling is present that might be used and if so, the type of cabling (twisted pair, star quad,
wire diameter, etc.)
9
Presence of free pairs, etc. cabling layout (risers, horizontal wiring, distribution frames) and whether existing
cabling can be used or new wiring is required.
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DECT Survey Report Template
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Number:
Date:
From :
..........................................................................
[Engineer doing the survey]
To : ...............................................................................
[LGE Sales Manager]
Copy to:
KOREA
[Always send a copy to LGE, Korea]
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
Site :
[Full address of site]
Execution of survey Engineers :
Survey carried out by:
[Names and addresses of engineers who executed
Customer engineer(s) :
[Name and address of customer engineer(s)]
Date :
[Date of survey]
the survey]
Outline description of site
[Short description of site (dimensions, environment, number and type of buildings, etc.]
Number of wireless terminals and expected traffic
[Description of expected traffic and indication of above or below average traffic areas]
Test results.
[This should include the site maps and any additional information that may be useful]
Connections WTI ports - base stations
Existing cabling
[Indicate what cabling is available and how it is distributed across the site]
Connection of base stations and cable lengths
[List for planned base station approximate cable length, and whether existing wiring can be used or new
cabling is required]
Base station installation
[For each base station indicate exactly where it can be installed, e.g. "in the corridor against the wall of room
32, 2.5m high") and whether customer restrictions apply as to where base stations may be installed]
Possible configurations
[List alternative configurations regarding the deployment of base stations. Refer to coverage maps and detail
areas where coverage cannot be guaranteed]
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3.6.2.2 Examples
A. Example 1 - Centralizing Base Stations
Figure 3.6.13 shows a site with factory and adjoining office area. Both base stations are placed in the
manufacturing area to accommodate with more users in that area. However, base station BS2 is placed
closer to the office area to provide coverage in the office area and maximize line of sight through the
doorway. This is especially important if the wall between the office and manufacturing area is concrete.
To satisfy guidelines 1 and 2, the base stations are mounted on the ceilings and away from any potential
obstructions to the antennas.
If there is another area to the left of the manufacturing area, moving the base station BS1 to the left is
probably allowed to support users in that area as well. If the manufacturing area does not obstruct base
station antennas, their broadcast ranges could reach up to 200 meters.
manufacturing area
BS1
concrete
40m
concrete
60m
BS2
50m
30m
office
front door
Figure 3.6.13 Centralized Base Station Placement
B. Example 2 - Base Station Coverage in Adjoining Areas
The corridors can act as natural pathways for RF signals. When you are trying to cover two types of area,
placing a base station near a corridor may optimize coverage in both areas.
In the site shown in Figure 3.6.14, the entrance from the manufacturing area into the café is a high traffic
area. Placing a base station in the entry area of the cafe will block line of sight to other areas in the cafe.
Therefore, BS2 should be centrally located in the cafe area. BS1 is centrally located in the manufacturing
floor area, but aligned with the entrance into the cafe to provide coverage into the cafe.
cafe area
manufacturing area
BS2
BS1
office
concrete
Figure 3.6.14 Base Station Aligned with Corridor to Adjoining Area
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C. Example 3 - Maximizing Line of Site
Figure 3.6.15 shows an office area containing walled offices, cubicles, and conference rooms. Although the
number of base stations in this environment would depend on the number of wireless terminal users, the
base stations in the example are aligned with corridors to maximize line of sight instead of placing both base
stations close to each other. BS1 is placed near the conference rooms and entrance area to accommodate
more potential traffic in these areas.
cubicle area
walled offices
walled offices
BS2
conference
rooms
cubicle area
BS1
main entrance
Figure 3.6.15 Location of Base Station in Office Environment
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3.6.3 Hardware Installation
A. Equipment Check
GDK-20W DECT provided Equipment
•
WTIB (option)
Base stations (GDC-200B) , Connecting block and Line cord
Wireless terminals (GDC-335H, GDC-340H), Single-slot charger (330-SSC, 340-SSC), Battery (330-SBP, rechargeable
battery AAA size 2 cell) and Adapter (330-HAP)
GDC-200B, GDC-335H, GDC-340H, Single-slot Charger (330-SSC, 340-SSC), and adapter (330-HAP) are shown at
Figure 3.6.16 and Figure 3.6.17 in each.
Line Cord
Base Station(GDC-200B)
Wall Mounting Wedge
Connecting Block
Figure 3.6.16 Packing Components of GDC-200B
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Belt clip
*
330-SBP
GDC-335H
LG
330-HAP
330-SSC
Figure 3.6.17 Packing Components of GDC-335H and GDC-340H
B. Unit Installation
WTIB Installation
In a GDK-20W Digital Wireless Key Telephone System, the WTIB is a base station interface board that is installed in the
SLOT5.
If the WTIB is installed in a power-on system, the system and/or WTIB can be damaged. Thus after system power is off,
the WTIB should be plugged in/out to/from the system.
Base Station Installation
Before mounting base station permanently, you should determine a suitable location providing the best coverage.
Employing the GDC-200B mounting template attached at the last sheet of installation manual, mark the location of the
two screws to mount the Base.
Mounting Base Station - 1
The weight of a base station is light as approx. 420g, so it can be mounted on a masonry or dry-wall surface, wooden wall,
or partition wall. The distance between mounting holes is 121mm as shown in Figure 3.6.18. The base station is
mounted with 1 1/2 inch or longer screws. Drill pilot holes in the two locations, insert the screws and tighten leaving about
3mm gap between the wall and screw head. Mount the base station on the screws and tighten the screws securely.
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Figure 3.6.18 Wall Mounting of Base Station (without wedge)
Before mounting base station permanently, you should determine locations that provide the best coverage. The wall
mounting procedure of a base station is as follows:
Drill two 3.5 mm holes in a fixed wall. To properly position the holes, you can measure the tags on the base station or
mark the surface through the tag eyelets while holding the base station in place.
Insert anchors into the drilled holes. Then insert screws in the anchors, leaving a 3 mm gap between the wall and screw
head.
Mount the base station eyelets on the screws.
Mounting Base Station - 2 (Using Wedge)
Installing the Base Station using the wedge,
Determine at first the location on wall where the wedge prepared for mounting the base station is to be fixed.
The wedge should be settled by using two screws on the wall.
And insert the base station pulling down into the wedge.
Figure 3.6.19 Wall Mounting of Base Station using Wedge
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Base Station Cabling
The Base Station is connected to the WTI(wireless terminal interface) ports of GDK-20W KSU by a twisted one pair
copper line. The following rules should be obeyed:
The cable for connecting the KSU with a base station should be a twisted pair cable.
The cable for connecting the KSU with a base station shall be separately cabled. This connection shall be cabled
separate to the building cabling using one pair CAT5 cabling.
Twisted pair shielded cables should be used with all outdoor configurations.
The following characteristics should be observed for all cables:
DC resistance: The resistance of a conductor should not exceed 73.4 ohm per km for a temperature of 20 degree.
Attenuation: The attenuation of any pair should not exceed 17 dB per km on condition of a temperature of 20 degree and
frequency of 1 MHz.
Characteristic impedance: Characteristic impedance should remain in the range of 100 ohm _ 15% for a frequency of 1
MHz.
Crosstalk: The total crosstalk of any pair (Far-end and Near-end crosstalk), measured over a line length of 1800 metres
should not exceed 40 mV.
The maximum connection length depends upon cable size(φ). [Table 3.6.4] shows the resistance and the maximum cable
length.
Cable Type
0.4 mm cable (Awg26)
0.5 mm cable (Awg24)
0.6 mm cable (Awg22)
Resistance
0.27 Ω/m
0.18 Ω/m
0.11 Ω/m
Maximum Cable Length
150m
300m
450m
[Table 3.6.4] Cable Resistance and Maximum Cable Length
Wireless Terminal Installation
To install GDC-335H (GAP) and GDC-340H (GAP), simply take out the handset and batteries (330-SBP,
rechargeable battery), charger (330-SSC, 340-SSC) and AC/DC adapter (330-HAP) from the package and
assemble it. Before using the GDC-335H and GDC-340H, you should recharge the battery fully.
After inserting a battery, press the power button of GDC-335H (GAP) and GDC-340H (GAP). Figure 3.6.20
shows the initial LCD. The two icons in the left upside of the LCD are blinking until the GDC-335H is
subscribed. (In GDC-340H, these icons are not displayed until the GDC-340H is subscribed)
T RY
SU B S .
Figure 3.6.20 LCD Message of Unsubscribed GDC-335H (GAP) and GDC-340H(GAP)
Before using the GDC-335H(GAP) and GDC-340H(GAP), it should be subscribed. Figure 3.6.21 shows the
LCD message of the subscribed GDC-335H(GAP) and GDC-340H(GAP).
S T A
XX X
Figure 3.6.21 LCD Message of Subscribed GDC-335H (GAP) and GDC-340H (GAP)
Refer to the User Guide of the GDC -335H and GDC-340H for the detail information.
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3.6.4 User subscription/desubscription
A. System ID
Description
System ID is given to the GDK-20W system attached the wireless GAP terminal for identification. System
ID, which is PARK(Potable Access Rights Key), is written on MBU.
PARK: 31100013411604
Authentication Code is entered at only attendant station, before you begin to subscribe wireless terminal
(GAP) to GDK-20W system. You should get AC code PARK from a system manager. In addition to the
above, you should get station number of the wireless terminal to be subscribed from a system manager.
Operation
— In case of confirming system ID
1) At attendant station
[Trans/Pgm]
①
②
③
④
—
+
##
+
Flex. Button 4
If you press the [Trans/Pgm] button, [Trans/Pgm] LED will flash(60 IPM Flash) and [On/Off] LED
will be turned on.. Then you can enter then user program mode.
Dial ‘##’’
Press Flexible Button 4
Current PARK code will be displayed in LCD
In case of changing system ID
1) At attendant station
[Trans/Pgm]
+
##
+
Flex. Button 6
+
System ID(PARK)
+
[Hold/Save]
CAUTION: Normally you should not change the system ID. If you should change it, please contact LG
or local dealer in your country.
①
②
③
④
⑤
If you press the [Trans/Pgm] button, [Trans/Pgm] LED will flash(60 IPM Flash) and [On/Off] LED
will be turned on. Then you can enter then user program mode.
Dial ‘##’
Press Flexible Button 6
Enter the system ID(PARK code)
After entering the PARK code, press [Hold/Save] button. Then you can hear confirm tone.
The key sequence of the PARK : LLP__________PC
LL
: Two digits decimal representation of PARK length (Bit count)
P______P : 11 octal digits
C
representation of PARK
: Check digit (It is calculated as the sum of each digit in the input stream multiplied by its
position in the input stream , modulo 11; if the result if 10, this is represented by the “*”.)
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Conditions
1) You must program for system ID when you install the system.
2) If you program system ID, all data that were related to wireless features will be erased.
3) The initial PARK value is 00000000000000. So the value will be display in LCD at first
B. Authentication Code
Description
Authentication Code is entered at only attendant station before you begin to subscribe wireless
terminal(GAP) to GDK-20W.
Operation
— In case of confirming AC code
1) At attendant station
[Trans/Pgm]
①
②
③
④
—
+
##
+
Flex. Button 3
If you press the [Trans/Pgm] button, [Trans/Pgm] LED will flash(60 IPM Flash) and [On/Off]
LED will be turned on.. Then you can enter then user program mode.
Dial ‘##’’
Press Flexible Button 3
Current AC code will be displayed in LCD
In case of changing AC code
1) At attendant station
[Trans/Pgm]
+
##
+
Flex. Button 3 +
AC Code(Max 8 Digits)
+ [Hold/Save]
The key sequence of the AC code : D______D
D_______D : Up to 8 digits decimal representation.
①
②
③
④
⑤
If you press the [Trans/Pgm] button, [Trans/Pgm] LED will flash(60 IPM Flash) and [On/Off] LED
will be turned on.. Then you can enter then user program mode.
Dial ‘##’’
Press Flexible Button 3
Enter the AC code
If you press the [Hold/Pgm] button, you will be heard confirm tone.
Condition
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
AC code is must be programmed for user subscription.
AC code must be programmed one time after system was installed. If you change AC code under system
operation, it may not operate properly.
(Ex : Subscribed terminal may not receive the incoming call or not make an outgoing call)
If PARK value are changed, you must enter the AC code again.
The initial AC code is 000000.
AC code change will not affect the system operation except subscribing new wireless terminal
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C. User Subscription
Description
This procedure is for subscribing the wireless terminal to GDK-20W system.
Operation
1) Attendant station
[Trans/Pgm]
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
⑧
+
##
+
Flex. Button 1 + Station Number + Phone Type
+ [Hold/Save]
If you press the [Trans/Pgm] button, [Trans/Pgm] LED will flash(60 IPM Flash) and [On/Off] LED
will be turned on.. Then you can enter then user program mode.
Dial ‘##’’
Press Flexible Button 1
Enter the station number.
Enter the phone type (LG-GAP for GDK system or standard GAP for any other system). In case
of LG-GAP terminal, press [1] button. Otherwise press [2] button.
* Note : In case of GDC-340H, If MPB version is 3.0Aa above, press [3] button.
Press [Hold/Save] button and confirmation tone is heard.
If succeeded, the attendant station will display “ SUBSCRIBED: SUCCESS” on the LCD display.
If failed(ether at attendant or at wireless terminal), repeat ③ ~ ⑥ steps of the attendant.
2) At the GDC-335H
[Function]
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
⑧
⑨
⑩
⑪
+ 0 + PARK code + [Redial] + AC code + [Redial] + FT No.
+ [Function]
Press [Function( )] button
Press 0
Enter system ID(PARK )
Press [Redial ( )] button
Enter AC code
Press [Redial ( )] button.
‘1’,’2’,’3’,’4’ or ‘_’ are displayed on the LCD. A number means FT number that it is not occupied yet.
The under-bar means the wireless terminal is already subscribed to the system. Therefore, the
number of ‘_’ means the number of subscribed system. If 4 under-bar are displayed on the LCD,
that means no subscription is allowed any more. Enter FT number by pressing numeric key if any
number exists. After selecting, it is possible to re-select FT number by pressing [Flash(R)] button
to cancel selection.
Press [Function( )] button
Success or failure of the subscription is notified with confirmation tone to the attendant and the
wireless terminal.
If succeeded, the wireless terminal goes to an idle state and its station number is displayed.
If failed, repeat ③~⑥ steps of the attendant and ①~⑧ steps of wireless terminal.
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The key sequence of the PARK : LLP__________PC
LL
: Two digits decimal representation of PARK length (Bit count)
P______P : 11 octal digits
C
representation of PARK
: Check digit (It is calculated as the sum of each digit in the input stream multiplied by its
Position in the input stream, modulo 11; if the result if 10, this is represented by the “*”.)
The key sequence of the AC code : D_____D
D_____D : AC value : Up to 8 digits decimal representation.
FTID : 1 ~ 4
3) At the GDC-340H
[MEMU/UP/DOWN] +
Display SEARCHING +
51+
select Base No +
[OK] +
Display PARK(last 12Digit) +
①
Press MENU (UP or DOWN) button.
②
Press
.
③
Press
.
AC code
+
[OK] +
[OK]
④ Select base number (1~4) using UP or DOWN button and press OK button.
⑤ Enter AC code (up to 8 digits decimal representation) and press OK button
⑥ The wireless terminal tries to search for the registerable system and ‘SEARCHING’ is displayedon
the LCD. After searching the registerable system, PARK(last 12digits) value is displayed on the
LCD.
⑦ If the PARK value displayed is right, press OK button. If the PARK value displayed isn’t right press
UP or DOWN button. And then the wireless terminal retries to search for the registerable system
and ‘SEARCHING’ is displayed again.
⑧ Success or failure of the subscription is notified with confirmation tone to the attendant and the
⑨
wireless terminal.
If succeeded in subscription, the wireless terminal goes to an idle state and its station number is
displayed.
⑩ If failed, repeat 3) ~ 6) steps of the attendant and 1) ~ 7) steps of wireless terminal.
Condition
1) Wireless terminal must be subscribed to system for normal service.
2) Only attendant can subscribe the wireless terminals(GAP).
3) Attendant can subscribe another wireless terminal after one subscribing procedure.
4) If attendant want to subscribe wireless terminal that was subscribed already, it will be heard error
tone.
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D. User Desubscription
Description
This procedure makes a wireless terminal loose access right to the GDK-20W system. To de-subscribe
the wireless terminal, it should be in an idle state.
Operation
1) Attendant station
[Trans/Pgm]
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
+
##
+
Flex. Button 2
+
Station Number
+ [Hold/Save]
If you press the [Trans/Pgm] button, [Trans/Pgm] LED will flash(60 IPM Flash) and [On/Off]
LED will be turned on.. Then you can enter then user program mode.
Dial ‘##’’
Press Flexible Button 2
Enter the station number.
Press [Hold/Save] button and confirmation tone is heard.
Success or failure of the subscription is notified with confirmation tone to the attendant and the
wireless terminal.
If succeeded in de-subscription, the below LCD message will be displayed. Power-off the
wireless terminal
DE S U B S CR I B
P R E S S
PWR
⑧
In case of the GDC-340H, If succeeded in de-subscription, GDC-340H tries to synchronize
to next registered system. If there isn’t next registered system, GDC-340H displays
“UNREGISTERED” on LCD.
Condition
1) Only attendant can de-subscribe wireless terminal
2) Attendant can de-subscribe wireless terminals those were subscribed already.(If attendant try to desubscribe un-subscribed wireless terminal, it will be heard error tone.
3) Attendant can de-subscribe another wireless terminal after one de-subscribing procedure.
4) Attendant can do de-subscribing procedure only when wireless terminal is at the idle state.
* Notes : If you want to do de-subscribe procedure at wireless terminal and attendant station independently,
Follow the procedure that described below.
1) At attendant station
— To erase all data those were subscribed.
[Trans/Pgm]
+
##
+ Flex. Button 7
+
Password(147*)
+
[Hold/Save]
Press the [Trans/Pgm] button, [Trans/Pgm] LED will flash(60 IPM Flash) and [On/Off] LED will be
turned on.. Then you can enter then user program mode.
② Press ##
③ Press flexible button 7
④ Enter password.
⑤ Press [Hold/Save], you will be heard confirmation tone.
— To erase a special wireless terminal
①
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[Trans/Pgm]
+
##
+ Flex. Button 8
+ Station Number
+
[Hold/Save]
① Press the [Trans/Pgm] button, [Trans/Pgm] LED will flash(60 IPM Flash) and [On/Off] LED will be
turned on.. Then you can enter then user program mode.
② Press ## .
③ Press flexible 8
④ Dial station number that you want to de-subscribe.
⑤ Press [Hold/Save], you will be heard confirmation tone.
Condition
1) Wireless terminal must be de-subscribed to system for normal service.
2) Only attendant can de-subscribe the wireless terminals.
3) Attendant can de-subscribe another wireless terminal after one subscribing procedure.
4) If attendant want to de-subscribe wireless terminal that was subscribed already, it will be heard
error tone.
2) At the GDC-335H
[Function]
+ 9 +
0000 + [Function]
+ Select Park number
+ [Function]
Press [Function( )] button
Press 9
Enter User PIN number “0000”
Press [Function( )] button
Select PARK number with UP( ), DOWN( ) key.
Press [Function( )] button
If the below LCD message is displayed. Power-off the wireless terminal
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
DE S U B S CR I B
P R E S S
PWR
3) At the GDC-340H
[MENU(UP or DOWN)]
①
②
[OK] +
+ 5 + 2 + PIN Code +
or
(To select FP#) +
[OK]
Press MENU(UP or DOWN) button.
Press
. (Or set ‘>’ mark to ‘5 System’ by pressing UP( ) button or DOWN( ) button and
press OK button).
. (Or set ‘>’ mark to ‘5 UnRegister’ by pressing UP( ) button or DOWN( ) button and
③ Press
press OK button).
④ Enter PIN code(0,0,0,0) If a user has changed PIN code before, the changed one should be
entered.
⑤ Press OK button.
⑥ If necessary, press UP( ) button or DOWN( ) button to select FT number which is desubscribed.
If the desubscribed FT number is displayed on the second line of LCD, stop pressing UP( ) button
or DOWN( ) button.
⑦ Press OK button.
* Note
①
②
GDC-340H tries to synchronize to next registered system.
If there isn’t next registered system, handset displays “UNREGISTERED” on LCD.
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3.6.5 Summary of DECT Installation
1.
Check and prepare the equipment.
2. Install a GDK-20W Digital Key Telephone System.
If necessary, Install the WTIB(optional card)
3. Determine location of base stations.
4. Install base stations.
5. Connect the WTI ports with base stations by twisted one pair cables.
Wireless terminal interface ports are prepared at the MBU & WTIB.
6. Program of the PARK at the attendant station.
7. Register wireless terminal.
8. Make an initial call.
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SECTION 4. ISDN DESCRIPTION
4.1 ISDN Boards in GDK-20W
1. There are two kinds of ISDN Cards on GDK-20W system, as follows.
Board Type
STIB
STIB 2
Remark
Option
Interface
1 Port
S/T
S/T Interface in STIB can be selected by changing
the Jump Switch on the STIB Board.
Maximum number of
cards on GDK-20W.
2 Card
2 Ports
Up: S/T
Down: T
2 Card
2. You can install STIB within the station and CO line capacity of the system.
MODEL
GDK-20W
Max. Stations
34
Max. CO Lines
8
3. The maximum 8 ISDN devices can be connected to the single S-Interface port, and any kind of ISDN
devices, which are compatible with ETSI ISDN specification, can be connected to the S-Interface. For
example, ISDN phone, G4 Fax, video terminal, ISDN PC card, etc. can be connected.
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4.2 The Basic Features of ISDN Device (S-Interface)
1. ISDN Devices
2.
1)
There are many ISDN Devices. ( ex. ISDN Phone, Video-Phone, G4 Fax, PC-Card, etc.) GDK-20W
supports all ISDN Devices which is compatible with Euro-ISDN (ETSI ISDN Specification) till now on.
2)
ISDN Devices can call another station on the GDK-20W and access ISDN CO Lines.
3)
Current LCD Display on ISDN Device is its own Device Feature, not GDK-20W System’s Feature.
Supplementary Service for ISDN Device
1)
In GDK-20W, ISDN Station can access the following features,
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
2)
ISDN Sub Addressing
MSN
Intercom Call
CO Line Access
CO Line Hold.
CO Line Transfer.
Etc.
ISDN Sub Addressing.
Sub Addressing can be programmed by Station Base Program(Main Menu2) - ISDN Station
Attribute(Sub Menu2) - Sub Address(Terminal Menu1), its range is YES/NO(Default: NO).
If ISDN Station is allowed sub addressing by admin. program, in any station
user who wants to call to ISDN station has to dial the station No and sub address
for that ISDN station.
For using ISDN Station’s Sub Address, there is further program on the ISDN Devices. Please consult your ISDN
Devices manual for programming ISDN Device’s Sub Address.
Sub Address is useful to the following Features for decoding the single ISDN Device from ISDN Devices on the
same S-Interface (bus),
(1) Intercom Call to ISDN Station
(2) DID Call to ISDN Station
(3) DISA Call to ISDN Station
On the other features, Sub Addressing does not effect ISDN Station’s behavior.
3) ISDN MSN Addressing.
MSN Addressing can be programmed by Station Base Program (Main Menu2) - ISDN Station Attribute(Sub Menu2) - MSN
(Terminal Menu3), its range is YES/NO(Default: NO).
If ISDN station is allowed MSN addressing by admin. program, in any station user who wants to call to ISDN station
has to dial the station No and MSN address for that ISDN station.
For using ISDN Station’s MSN Address, there is further program on the ISDN Devices. Please consult your ISDN Devices manual
for programming ISDN Device’s MSN Address.
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MSN Address is useful to the following Features for decoding the single ISDN Device from ISDN Devices on the same S-Interface
(bus),
(1) Intercom Call to ISDN Station
(2) DID Call to ISDN Station
(3) DISA Call to ISDN Station
On the other features, MSN Addressing does not effect ISDN Station’s behavior.
4)
ISDN Intercom Call.
Any station can call ISDN Devices by dialing station no. S-Interface has two stations no. So, user
can call ISDN Devices by dialing one of two pre-assigned stations no. There is no difference
between calling ISDN Devices with the two stations no which is assigned the same S-Interface.
If ISDN Device is set to Sub Addressable ISDN, it needs further one digit for calling that ISDN
Device.
5)
ISDN CO Line Access.
CO Line Access of ISDN Device is the same as that of Single Line Telephone ( SLT )
6)
CO Line Hold.
In GDK-20W, system does not use DTMF Receiver for recognizing user’s dialing digit. So if user
want to use Hold/Transfer Feature on ISDN Device, ISDN Device has the capability of sending
Keypad Facility Information on the Information Message.
If possible, holding CO Line Call, send “*#” ( Keypad Facility ), then connected CO Line Call is held
and user can hear Intercom Dial Tone.
Retrieving Held CO Line, send “*#” ( Keypad Facility ), then the held CO Line Call is retrieved.
Please consult your ISDN Device’s Manual for sending “Keypad Facility” after connection.
7)
CO Line Transfer.
In GDK-20W, system does not use DTMF Receiver for recognizing user’s dialing digit. So if user
want to use Hold/Transfer Feature on ISDN Device, ISDN Device has the capability of sending
Keypad Facility Information on the Information Message.
If possible, holding CO Line Call, send “*#” ( Keypad Facility ) and dial the station No to transfer the
call, then connected CO Line Call is held and user can hear Intercom Dial Tone.
Retrieving Held CO Line, send “*#” ( Keypad Facility ), then the unanswered CO Line Transfer Call
is retrieved.
Please consult your ISDN Device’s Manual for sending “Keypad Facility” after connection.
8)
Etc.
ISDN station accesses the above features. Other features are not supported currently.
„
ISDN station cannot be the master of Conference.
„
ISDN station cannot call Station which is activated Off-net Call Forward.
„
ISDN station cannot be Attendant Station.
„
ISDN station cannot accept additional ring when it is involved in a call whether the ring is
external or internal.
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4.3 The Features of ISDN CO Line ( T-Interface )
1. Normal CO Line Features
Normal CO Line Features of STIB/BRI is the same as Analog CO Line. Normal CO Line Features are
described GDK-20W Manual. Consult your GDK-20W for normal CO Line Features.
2. MSN
GDK-20W will receive some called party number from PX via DID line, then looks up the MSN address
TABLE, ISDN Program (Main Menu 4) - MSN Table (Sub Menu 9) to provide ring signal to an ISDN
internal port.
GDK-20W will send the information including the called party number to the ISDN station that is
ringing.
(1) Maximum table entry : 24.
(2) The CO line should be programmed as DID Line, CO Base Program (Main Menu 3) – ISDN
Attribute(Sub Menu 2) - DID Use(Terminal Menu 4).
(3) If the called party number is not matched with MSN table then GDK-20W will treat the call like
as DID.
(4) If the called CO line number is not programmed then search all tables.
(5) If there is matched CO line number in MSN address table then search only matched entry of
the table.
(6) Maximum 8 device can be connected to a S0 port.
(7) MSN Table. ISDN Program (Main Menu 4) - MSN Table (Sub Menu 9)
3.
Item
Flex
Range
CO Line Number
1
1-8
Telephone Number
4
Max 20 Digits
Default
None
None
Station Number
2
2 or 3 Digit
Station Number
None
MSN Number
3
1-8
None
D.I.D. ( Direct Inward Dialing )
The system operates DID CO, if ISDN CO assigns DID CO through CO Base Program (Main Menu3) –
ISDN Attribute (Sub Menu2) – DID Use (Terminal Menu 4). If you want to call to a ISDN station which
assigns sub-addressing of DID or DISA, you should dial station numbers and sub-address or MSN
number (1-8).
If your PX send full called party number(area code + prefix number of DID, real DID number(for station
number)) and then please set CO Base Program (Main Menu3) - ISDN CO Attribute (Sub Menu2) DID_RN(Terminal Menu2) to length of (area code + prefix did number)).
4.
CLIP (Calling Line Identification Presentation)
When a call exists through DISA or DID, Calling line identification(CLI) of the incoming call will be
displayed on the internal called station’s keyset if PX provide CLI information.
-. Calling line identification (CLI) or name which is matched with the speed dial list is displayed to
original called party extension.
-. First, The system search station speed dial buffer to find out the programmed name, and if
there is not matched then search system speed dial buffer.(Not implemented Yet)
-. CLI information will be printed in SMDR record through RS-232 port.
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5.
COLP (Connected Line Identification Presentation)
Each station user can send CLI information to called party through ISDN line if PX service this
supplementary service.
There are 8 type of calling party number, But at this moment GDK only support four kinds of type.
(UNKNOWN / NATIONAL TYPE / INTERNATIONAL / SUBSCRIBER)
-. COLP field determines what is used to generate my CLI information in setup message, it
indicate entry of CO Base Program (Main Menu3) - ISDN Line Attribute(Sub Menu2) OLP(00)(Terminal Menu1).
-. When a internal user seize a ISDN(DID) line which is programmed for COLP, GDK system will
make calling party number using ISDN COLP TABLE and extension number in setup message.
-. UNKNOWN TYPE :
Insert the calling station number at calling party number information field in setup message.
-. NATIONAL TYPE :
① Insert my area code if exist. ISDN Program (Main Menu4) - My Area Code (Sub Menu6)
② Insert prefix of COLP number. ISDN Program(Main Menu4) - COLP Table(Sub Menu8)
③ Insert the calling station number.
Ex)
The calling station(100) seize a ISDN line 01 which is programmed as COLP(01),
COLP Table(Main Menu4 - Sub Menu 8) (01 : “5001”, prefix of COLP number) and MY
AREA CODE(0343).
CLI in setup message : “03435001100”
-. INTERNATIONAL TYPE :
① Insert my nation code if exist. ISDN Program (Main Menu4) - My Nation Code (Sub Menu7)
② Insert my area code if exist. ISDN Program (Main Menu4) - My Area Code (Sub Menu6)
③ Insert prefix of COLP number. ISDN Program(Main Menu4) - COLP Table(Sub Menu8)
④ Insert the calling station number.
Ex)
-.
①
②
The calling station(100) seize a ISDN line 01 which is programmed as COLP(01),
COLP Table(Main Menu4 - Sub Menu 8) (01 : “5001”, prefix of COLP number) ,MY AREA
CODE(0343) and MY Nation Code(82).
CLI in setup message : “8203435001100”
SUBSCIBER TYPE :
Insert prefix of COLP number. ISDN Program(Main Menu4) - COLP Table(Sub Menu8)
Insert the calling station number.
Ex)
The calling station(100) seize a ISDN line 01 which is programmed as COLP(01),
COLP Table(Main Menu4 - Sub Menu 8) (01 : “5001”, prefix of COLP number), MY AREA
CODE(0343) and MY Nation Code(82).
CLI in setup message : “5001100”
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SECTION 5. CAPACITIES & FEATURE CODES
5.1 SYSTEM CAPACITIES
ITEM
FP II
GDK-20W
Max No of Stations
Max No of CO lines
Max DSS/DLS Console per station
No of CO line Groups
No of Attendants
No of Internal Page Zones
No of System Speed Dial Bins
No of Station Speed Dial Bins Per Station
No of SMDR Records
No of External Relays
No of Power Failure Circuit
Number of Automatic Fax Transfer
Number of DVIB
Number of Channel / DVIB
Max Record Time
67
34
2
9
5
5
200
20
100 (Option 1900)
2
2
2
8
System : 3 Minutes
User : 17 Minutes 30
Seconds
250 EA
34
8
0
4
1
2
79
20
2
0
1
1
2
68 Minutes
(Basic)
Default Voice Data
Battery Backup Voice Messages
Prompts
System
Announcements
Prompts
All the messages
Number of Station Group
Max Number of Member in Group
8
32 Stations
4
10 Stations
Number of User Voice Messages
72
200 EA
(Basic)
REMARK
Additional 70-minute
record time is available
with the optional board
installed. Total number of
messages is 400 with the
option.
All the messages are
saved with the backup
switch on.
When backup switch is
set off, only system
greetings and prompts
are saved. Recorded
user messages are
deleted after reset.
GDK-20W DIGITAL WIRELESS KEY TELEPHONE SYSTEM
5.2 FEATURE CODES
5.2.1 NUMBERING PLAN*1
FEATURES
Station Intercom Number
CO Line Access ,Group
CO Line Access ,Individual
Retrieve a Held CO Line - Individual
Retrieve a Held CO Line
Attendant
CO Line Access, First Accessible Group
Call Waiting (Camp-on)
Page, All Call
Page, Internal Zone
External Page
Page, Meet Me
SLT, Last Number Redial (LNR)
SLT, DND
SLT, Call Forward
SLT, Speed Dial, Program
SLT, Speed Dial, Access
Alarm Reset
Pick-Up
UNA
2/8 Btn, Message Wait / Call Back - Request
2/8 Btn, Message Wait - Answer
SLT, CO Flash
SLT, Call Waiting (Camp-on)
SLT, Message Wait / Call Back
SLT, CO Hold
Attendant, Clock Set
Admin Program Start
Attendant, Date Format Change
Attendant, Time Format Change
Attendant, WHTU Subscribe/ De-subscribe
Version Display
Wake-Up Program
Wake-Up Cancel
ICM Signal Mode - HF/TN/PV
Differential Ring
COLR Key
BGM
Loop Key
Call Wait Key
SPEED Key
CONF Key
CALL BK Key
DND Key
MUTE Key
REDIAL Key
Last Number Redial (LNR)
Door Open
CODES
REMARKS
100 - 133
81-84
881-888
8#1 - 8#8
8##
0
9
*
#0
#1 - #2
#3
#6, [HOLD/SAVE]
52
53
54
55
58
65
66
69
[PGM]+56
57
Hook Flash + 51
Hook Flash + *
Hook Flash + 56
Hook Flash + 59
[PGM]+#1
[PGM]+*#
[PGM]+*5
[PGM]+*6
[PGM]+##
[PGM]+40
[PGM]+41
[PGM]+42
[PGM]+49 + 1/2/3
[PGM]+50+1/2/3/4
[PGM]+58
[PGM]+73
[PGM]+84
[PGM]+85
[PGM]+90
[PGM]+91
[PGM]+92
[PGM]+93
[PGM]+95
[PGM]+97
[SPEED]+*, [REDIAL]
#*1-2
Programmable 100 - 499
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SLT
SLT
ICM Busy Tone
B
B
B (#6)
SLT
SLT, WHTU
SLT, WHTU
SLT
SLT
B
B
B
2/8 Button
2/8 Button
SLT
SLT, ICM Busy Tone
SLT
SLT
Attendant
100
Attendant
Attendant
Attendant
Station, Attendant
Station, Attendant
Keyset only
Keyset only
B Only
B
B Only
B Only
B Only, 2/8 Button Only
B Only, 2/8 Button Only
B Only, 2/8 Button Only
B Only, 2/8 Button Only
B Only, 2/8 Button Only
B Only, 2/8 Button Only
GDK-20W DIGITAL WIRELESS KEY TELEPHONE SYSTEM
FEATURES
DVIB – Recording System Announcements
DVIB – Recording User Greeting
(With DVIB Station Forward Timer)
DVIB – Recording User Greeting
(With fixed 4 seconds timer)
Call Forward to DVIB Port
(With DVIB Station Forward Timer)
Call Forward to DVIB Port
(With fixed 4 seconds timer)
DVIB – Delete User Greeting
Call Forward – Cancel
To Set Current Time - 1 Hour early
To Set Current Time - 1 Hour late
Station Pilot Number
VM MSG Wait Enable
VM MSG Wait Disable
ISDN Supplementary HOLD
ISDN Supplementary CONF
Two Way Recording
CODES
REMARKS
[TRANS/PGM]+#4
[MON]+[DND/FOR]+7+#
Attendant
Note 1)
-
Note 1)
[MON]+[DND/FOR]+7
Note 2)
-
Note 2)
[MON]+[DND/FOR]+7+*
[MON]+[DND/FOR]+#
[TRANS/PGM]+*1
[TRANS/PGM]+*2
61-64
*8
*9
[TRANS/PGM]+*75#
[TRANS/PGM]+*77#
[TRANS/PGM]+#4
Note 3)
Note 4)
Attendant
Attendant
Button Only
Button Only
Button Only
*1: Numbering Plan can be changed according to nation.
*2: B - Button program is available.
*3: WHTU : Wireless Handset Telephone Unit.
Note 1) Call Forward to DVIB is activated after recording User Greeting. When user dials forward type “7” and if there is
recorded User Greeting already, then user may not record User Greeting again and recorded User Greeting is
used.
Note 2) User Greeting should be recorded before Call Forward to DVIB port. When user hangs up after the forward type
“7” and if there is no recorded User Greeting, then forward is not activated.
Note 3) If a station is forwarded to DVIB port, Call Forward is canceled after deleting User Greeting.
Note 4) Only Call Forward to DVIB port is canceled and recorded User Greeting is not deleted. User can delete User
Greeting by [MON]+[DND/FOR]+7+*.
Note 5) WHTU is able to support some features in Numbering Plan. To access feature codes in numbering plan, you
should press [ON/OFF (
)] button at first. If the [FUNCTION( )] button is pressed (in case of GDC-340H,
OK button is pressed longer than 1 second) at first, WHTU(LG GAP phone) will enter WHTU local program
mode. So you are going to program or access features in system, you should press [ON/OFF(
)] button at
first. The [FUNCTION( )] button (in case of GDC-340H, OK button pressed longer than 1second) is same as
the [TRANS/PGM] button of DKTU.
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5.2.2 BASIC AND EXTENDED NUMBERING PLANS
FEATURES
BASIC
EXTENSION
REMARKS
Station Intercom Number
10-49 or 100 - 499
10-99 or 100-999
2 or 3 digit station
numbers by Admin
CO Line Access ,Group
CO Line Access, Loop
CO Line Access ,Individual
Retrieve a Held CO Line - Individual
Retrieve a Held CO Line
Attendant
CO Line Access, First Accessible Group
Call Waiting (Camp-on)
Page, All Call
Page, Internal Zone
External Page
Page, Meet Me
81-84
85
881-888
8#1 - 8#8
8##
0
9
*
#0
#1 - #2
#3
#6, [HOLD/SAVE]
SLT, Last Number Redial (LNR)
SLT, DND
SLT, Call Forward
SLT, Speed Dial, Program
SLT, Speed Dial, Access
Alarm Reset
Pick-Up
UNA
2/8 Btn, Message Wait / Call Back Request
2/8 Btn, Message Wait - Answer
SLT, CO Flash
52
53
54
55
58
65
66
69
[PGM] + 56
*81-*84
*85
*881-*888
*8#1 - *8#8
*8##
0
*9
*
#0
#1 - #2
#3
#6,
[HOLD/SAVE]
*52
*53
*54
*55
*58
*65
*66
*69
[PGM] + #56
SLT, Call Waiting (Camp-on)
SLT, Message Wait / Call Back
Hook Flash + *
Hook Flash + 56
SLT, CO Hold
Hook Flash + 59
57
Hook Flash + 51
SLT
SLT
ICM Busy Tone
B*1
B
B (#6)
SLT
SLT/WHTU*2
SLT/WHTU
SLT
SLT
B
B
B
2/8 Button
*57
Hook Flash +
#51
Hook Flash + *
Hook Flash +
#56
Hook Flash +
#59
2/8 Button
SLT
SLT, ICM Busy Tone
SLT
SLT
*1: B - Button program is available.
*2: WHTU - Wireless Handset Telephone Unit
Remark) Extension Numbering Plan will be selected by Admin Program.
5.2.3 LCD MONTHS
1
English
Italian
Finnish
Danish
Dutch
Swedish
Norwegian
German
Spanish
JAN
GEN
01
JAN
JAN
JAN
JAN
JAN
ENE
2
FEB
FEB
02
FEB
FEB
FEB
FEB
FEB
FEB
3
MAR
MAR
03
MAR
MRT
MAR
MAR
MAR
MAR
4
APR
APR
04
APR
APR
APR
APR
APR
ABR
5
MAY
MAG
05
MAJ
MEI
MAJ
MAI
MAI
MAY
6
7
JUN
GIU
06
JUN
JUN
JUN
JUN
JUN
JUN
JUL
LUG
07
JUL
JUL
JUL
JUL
JUL
JUL
8
AUG
AGO
08
AUG
AUG
AUG
AUG
AUG
AGO
9
SEP
SET
09
SEP
SEP
SEP
SEP
SEP
SEP
10
11
12
OCT
OTT
10
OKT
OKT
OKT
OKT
OKT
OCT
NOV
NOV
11
NOV
NOV
NOV
NOV
NOV
NOV
DEC
DIC
12
DEC
DEC
DEC
DES
DEZ
DIC
* Finnish example of date:
- 30-07-98 (In case of DDMMYY order, System Base Program(Main Menu5) - LCD Display Mode (Sub Menu4)
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5.2.4 AUDIBLE SIGNALS
TONE / RING
Alarm Ring, Continuous
Alarm Ring, Single
All Call Page Tone
Busy Tone
CO Ring Back Tone
CO Ring
CADENCE
Australia
Finland, EU
Spain
Sweden
Denmark
Others
New Zealand
Others
Finland
Italy
Others
LCR Dummy CO Dial Tone
Confirm Tone
DND Tone
Dial Tone
Error Tone
HFTB Warning Tone
Intercom Ring
Reminder Tone
Ring Back Tone
Finland
EU
Others
Australia
Finland
Italy
Spain
Sweden
Others
Finland
Italy
Others
Australia
New Zealand
Denmark
Finland
EU
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Spain
Sweden
Others
0.2 sec ON / 0.2 sec OFF Repeat
1 sec ON
1 sec ON
0.35 sec ON / 0.35 sec OFF Repeat
0.3 sec ON / 0.3 sec OFF Repeat
0.2 sec ON / 0.2 sec OFF Repeat
0.25 sec ON / 0.25 sec OFF Repeat
0.5 sec ON / 0.5 sec OFF Repeat
1 sec ON / 3 sec OFF Repeat
1 sec ON / 2 sec OFF Repeat
1 sec ON / 4 sec OFF Repeat
0.4 sec ON / 0.4 sec OFF / 0.4 sec ON / 2 sec OFF Repeat
Continuous
1.2 sec ON
0.2 sec ON / 0.2 sec OFF / 0.2 sec ON / 0.2 sec OFF / 0.2 sec
ON / 0.5 sec OFF Repeat
0.2 sec ON / 0.3 sec OFF / 0.2 sec ON / 0.3 sec OFF / 0.2 sec
ON / 0.8 sec OFF Repeat
0.2 sec ON / 0.3 sec OFF / 0.7 sec ON / 0.8 sec Off Repeat
Continuous
2.5 sec ON / 0.5 sec OFF Repeat
0.2 sec ON / 0.2 sec OFF Repeat
0.6 sec ON / 1 sec OFF Repeat
0.25 sec ON / 0.75 sec OFF Repeat
0.25 sec ON / 0.25 sec OFF Repeat
0.2 sec ON / 0.2 sec OFF 3 Times
0.6 sec ON / 0.2 sec OFF / 0.6 sec ON / 4 sec OFF Repeat
0.6 sec ON / 0.2 sec OFF / 0.2 sec ON / 4 sec OFF Repeat
0.8 sec ON / 2.4 sec OFF Repeat
0.5 sec ON / 0.5 sec OFF 3 Times
0.4 sec ON / 0.2 sec OFF / 0.4 sec ON / 2 sec OFF Repeat
1 sec ON / 4 sec OFF Repeat
1.5 sec ON / 3 sec OFF Repeat
1 sec ON / 5 sec OFF Repeat
1 sec ON / 2 sec OFF Repeat
- SLT
SLT RING
SLT CO Ring
SLT Intercom Ring
CADENCE
Finland, Italy
New Zealand
Spain
Others
Finland
Italy
New Zealand
Spain
Others
1 sec ON / 4 sec OFF Repeat
0.4 sec ON / 0.2 sec OFF / 0.4 sec ON / 2 sec OFF Repeat
1 sec ON / 3 sec OFF Repeat
0.4 sec ON / 0.2 sec OFF / 0.4 sec ON / 4 sec OFF Repeat
0.4 sec ON / 0.2 sec OFF / 0.4 sec ON / 4 sec OFF Repeat
0.6 sec ON / 0.2 sec OFF / 0.2 sec ON / 4 sec OFF Repeat
1 sec ON / 2 sec OFF Repeat
0.4 sec ON / 0.2 sec OFF / 0.4 sec ON / 3 sec OFF Repeat
1 sec ON / 4 sec OFF Repeat
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5.2.5 FREQUENCIES AND TONES
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5.2.6 GDK-20W CONFIGURATION
Basic
STA
4 key +
2 slt
(4 port
with
2B )
Basic Base
Station
WTIB SLOT
Base Station
1 Base Station
(4 Simultaneous
Wireless Calls )
2 Base Station
(8 Simultaneous
Wireless Calls )
CO SLOT1
CO
SLOT2
TOTAL
STA : 100-103 (DKTU)
104-105(SLT)
STA : 106-109(LKD 2B DKTU
In primary 100-103)
WHTU :110-129
CO : CO1 – CO8
or
CO : CO1-CO4 and
4 S0 Station (130-133)
LCOB /LCOB2/STIB/STIB2
LCOB : 2LCO
LCOB2 :4LCO
STIB : 1T0
STIB2 : 1T0 + 1T0/1S0
5.2.7 GDK-20W STATION CONFIGURATION WITH LKD 2B
BASIC
4 LKD 2B + 2 slt
1)
2)
3)
4)
DEFAULT STA NUMBER
100 -105
106 -109
110 -129
130 -133
: 4 LKD 2B Primary devices and 2 slts
: Secondary devices of 100-103 (LKD 2B DKTU)
: Wireless Telephones
: 4 S0 stations in two STIB2 SLOTs
LKD 2B occupies 4 station numbers, one for the Primary device and the other for the Secondary device. It can
be connected to Basic 4 DKT ports.
If LKD 2B is connected to any 4 DKT port in MBU, it occupies only 1 station number, for the Primary device. It
means that the station can not have any Secondary device even if there is DTIU or SLIU for the Secondary device
in it.
LKD 2B without either DTIU or SLIU(Basic LKD 2B) occupies 1 station number, for the Primary device.
Note: DTIU, SLIU are the sub boards in LKD 2B for the Secondary device DKTU or SLT.
5.2.8 MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STATIONS IN GDK-20W : 34 PORTS
NUMBER OF PORTS
DEFAULT STATION NUMBER
6
100-105
4 Basic DKT ports and 2 Basic slt ports
DESCRIPTION
4
106-109
4 Secondary devices for 4 basic DKT ports
20
110-129
4
130-133
Registrable Max. Wireless Telephones
(Max. Simultaneous Wireless Call : 12 )
4 S0 stations in STIB second S0
( When STIB2 is installed in SLOT2 and 3)
5.2.9 MAXIMUM NUMBER OF CO LINES IN GDK-20W : 8 PORTS
NUMBER OF PORTS
DEFAULT CO NUMBER
8
CO 1-8
DESCRIPTION
STIB2 or LCOB2 in SLOT 2 and 3
(4 BRI in STIB 2T0 or 4 LCO in LCOB2 )
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5.2.10 MAXIMUM NUMBER OF PORTS (STATION / CO) IN GDK-20W : 38 PORTS
NUMBER OF PORTS
DEFAULT NUMBER
6
4
20
8
100-105
106-109
110 -129
CO 1-8
CO 1-4 or 130-133
DESCRIPTION
4 Basic DKT ports and 2 Basic slt ports.
for 4 basic DKT ports
20 Wireless Terminals
8 BRI or 8 LCO
4 BRI / 4 S0 stations in STIB2 on SLOT2 and 3
5.2.11 WIRELESS CELL / TERMINAL CONFIGURATION
Number of Cell
(Base station)
1
2
3
Recommended Number of
Registered Wireless Terminals
20
Number of maximum Simultaneous
Wireless Conversation
4
8
12
5.2.12 GAIN CONTROL(SYSTEM BASE(MAIN MENU 5) - (SUB MENU 14))
-
Digital Keyset RX Gain
Country
DKTU
SLT
CO
DCO
DTMF
Tone
DVU
Int
Music
Ext
Music
WHTU
Australia
Belgium
CIS
Denmark
Finland
Germany
Italy
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Spain
Sweden
UK
EU
Others
22
33
25
17
25
25
17
32
10
30
26
26
25
25
21
19
27
24
13
27
35
13
24
12
24
28
21
35
35
36
14
21
29
16
30
29
16
10
16
38
28
31
29
16
33
30
21
32
26
29
29
26
21
32
32
33
26
15
15
33
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
32
33
32
33
32
15
33
33
32
33
32
33
15
15
32
20
20
32
32
32
32
20
32
20
32
32
32
32
32
32
22
33
29
26
29
26
26
33
32
26
29
25
26
29
29
22
33
29
26
29
26
26
33
32
26
29
25
26
29
29
22
33
25
17
25
25
17
32
10
30
26
26
25
25
21
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-
-
SLT Rx Gain
Country
DKTU
SLT
CO
DCO
DTMF
Tone
DVU
Int
Music
Ext
Music
WHTU
Australia
Belgium
CIS
Denmark
Finland
Germany
Italy
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Spain
Sweden
UK
EU
Others
36
27
32
27
26
36
27
39
28
15
26
28
36
32
10
32
21
32
32
16
38
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
30
32
26
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
36
32
32
32
32
21
32
26
32
32
23
23
32
26
29
32
24
28
23
32
24
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
46
36
53
30
32
27
30
38
50
45
32
39
27
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
36
29
32
37
29
29
37
32
50
18
32
31
29
32
20
36
29
32
37
29
29
37
32
50
18
32
31
29
32
20
36
27
32
27
26
36
27
39
28
15
26
28
36
36
10
DKTU
SLT
CO
DCO
DTMF
Tone
DVU
Int
Music
Ext
Music
WHTU
32
37
32
32
32
29
32
32
50
27
32
27
29
32
32
32
37
32
32
32
29
32
32
50
27
32
27
29
32
32
34
21
35
34
23
35
34
28
33
38
30
31
35
34
19
CO Line Rx Gain
Country
Australia
34
32
24
32
31
29
32
Belgium
21
29
26
26
38
36
32
CIS
35
32
24
32
43
32
32
Denmark
34
32
16
20
32
39
32
Finland
23
32
28
32
32
32
32
Germany
35
31
32
32
19
29
32
Italy
34
32
26
30
38
39
32
Netherlands
28
32
24
26
31
43
32
New Zealand
33
32
24
31
27
33
32
Norway
38
32
24
32
38
37
32
Spain
30
28
28
24
36
32
32
Sweden
31
32
32
32
34
41
32
UK
35
32
32
32
23
10
32
EU
35
32
24
32
30
32
32
Others
19
36
24
24
28
32
32
* Note : In Italy, all tones provided during conversation should be decreased by 5db.
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-
-
CO Gain Table
Country
DKTU
SLT
CO
DCO
DTMF
Tone
DVU
Int
Music
Ext
Music
WHTU
Australia
Belgium
CIS
Denmark
Finland
Germany
Italy
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Spain
Sweden
UK
EU
Others
31
21
32
32
35
35
32
21
32
36
26
30
30
32
26
32
29
32
32
32
32
32
29
27
32
37
37
32
32
37
26
26
26
20
32
32
28
26
26
26
30
32
32
26
24
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
29
32
32
28
38
25
32
25
25
32
26
28
32
32
32
25
25
32
32
36
32
37
37
37
37
36
32
37
32
40
37
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
37
32
38
29
29
38
37
50
27
32
26
29
32
32
32
37
32
38
29
29
38
37
50
27
32
26
29
32
32
31
21
32
32
35
35
32
21
32
36
26
30
30
30
26
DVU Rx Gain
Country
DKTU
SLT
CO
DCO
External
Music
WHTU
Australia
Belgium
CIS
Denmark
Finland
Germany
Italy
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Spain
Sweden
UK
EU
Others
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
31
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
26
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
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-
-
DTMF RECEIVER Rx Gain
Country
SLT
CO
DCO
Australia
Belgium
CIS
Denmark
Finland
Germany
Italy
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Spain
Sweden
UK
EU
Others
32
24
20
35
26
32
35
21
34
32
20
36
32
20
37
16
24
24
24
24
32
24
11
16
32
24
34
32
24
24
32
24
24
34
32
32
34
24
32
32
24
18
32
24
24
Conversion detected pulse to digit
# of Pulse
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
9
0
1
8
1
2
7
2
3
6
3
4
5
4
5
4
5
6
3
6
7
2
7
8
1
8
9
0
9
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
9
2
1
8
3
2
7
4
3
6
5
4
5
6
5
4
7
6
3
8
7
2
9
8
1
10
9
10
1
10
Country
New Zealand
Sweden
Others
-
Conversion dialed digit to pulse
Digit
Country
New Zealand
Sweden
Others
Wireless Handy Terminal Unit
Country
DKTU
SLT
CO
DCO
DTMF
Tone
DVU
Int
Music
Ext
Music
WHTU
Australia
Belgium
CIS
Denmark
Finland
Germany
Italy
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Spain
Sweden
UK
EU
Others
22
33
25
17
25
25
17
32
10
30
26
26
25
25
21
19
27
24
13
27
35
13
24
12
24
28
21
35
35
36
14
21
29
16
30
29
16
10
16
38
28
31
29
16
33
30
21
32
26
29
29
26
21
32
32
33
26
15
15
33
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
32
33
32
33
32
15
33
33
32
33
32
33
15
15
32
20
20
32
32
32
32
20
32
20
32
32
32
32
32
32
22
33
29
26
29
26
26
33
32
26
29
25
26
29
29
22
33
29
26
29
26
26
33
32
26
29
25
26
29
29
22
33
25
17
25
25
17
32
10
30
26
26
25
25
21
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SECTION 6. ADMIN PROGRAMMING
6.1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION
6.1.1 INTRODUCTION
The GDK-20W Key Telephone System can be programmed to meet each customer's individual need. All programming is
done at station 100(DKT 1) using KD-24D, KD-36D, LKD-30D digital key telephone.
Upon entering the program mode, the key telephone at station 100 cannot operate as a normal telephone but as a
programming instrument with all of the buttons redefined. The keys of the dial pad are used to enter the various data
fields and to enter numerical information. The 24 buttons located at the top of the phone (Flex Buttons) are used to
indicate the specific data field and to enter information. Sometimes [SPEED] button is used to delete the data.
See TABLE 6.2.2.1 - 6.2.2.10 for default data. If this pre-programming suits the customer, additional Admin program is
not necessary. To change admin data, the user enter the admin. programming mode and select program code. During
Admin programming, other keysets in the system operate normally.
When Admin programming, LCD and LED’s indicate current programmed data and status. If the programmer enters
correct data, then LCD and LED’s show the entered data and the data is stored in the temporary buffer area. Real
system databases is not changed and has no effect on telephone operation unless permanent updating procedure is
executed. Pressing [HOLD/SAVE] button, all data in the temporary buffer (same as LCD and LED’s show their status)
is saved into permanent memory. Tones are provided to let the programmer know whether data entry is correct
(confirmation tone) or not (error tone).
6.1.2 TO ENTER THE PROGRAMMING MODE
1.
Lift handset or press the [MON] button on the admin station, and hear ICM dial tone (optional),
2.
Press [TRANS/PGM] button and dials *# (confirmation tone heard),
3.
Enter Admin. Password if the password has been set. This procedure places the station into the Admin.
programming mode (confirmation tone heard). And LCD will displays the first step of Admin. programming.(below
LCD)
ADMIN PROGRAM START
PRESS FLEX KEY(1-12)
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6.1.3 HOW TO PROGRAM
1.
2.
There are 12 main-menus in the Admin. Programming mode.
Each main program has several sub-menus and each sub-menu can have several terminal menus(sub-menus of a
sub-menu), but some sub-menus don’t have any terminal-menus(It means that sub-menus are terminal-menus in
this case). Refer the followings.
MAIN-MENU
• A main-menu has several sub-menus.
• To select a sub-menu, press a flex-key responding to the sub-menu number.
↓
SUB-MENU
• A sub-menu may have several terminal-menus, but some sub-menus may not.
• To select a terminal-menu, press a flex-key responding to the terminal-menu number.
↓
TERMINAL-MENU
• Enter data at the terminal-menu with dialing digits or flex-keys.
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6.1.3.1 Example of Admin. Program
PROCEDURE
ADMIN PROGRAM START
PRESS FLEX KEY(1-12)
(1) When the user enter Admin. mode, LCD displays the first message.
Press a flex-key to select a main-menu among 12 main-menus.(If the
user program does not include LCR-package, the user cannot enter
main-menu 10)
nd
(2) The user selected the 2 main-menu, “STATION BASE PROGRAM”,
nd
by pressing the 2 flex-key in step 1. Dial station range. (The second
station number must be more than or equal to the first station number)
STA PGM
ENTER STA RANGE
STA PGM,100-100
PRESS FLEX KEY(1-8)
(3) And then, press a flex key(1-8) or ▲/▼.
➀ Flex key(1-8):Select a sub-menu of STA BASE PROGRAM.
➁▲:Move to the next main-menu, CO LINE BASE PROGRAM.
▼:Move to the previous main-menu, INITIALIZATION.
STA PGM,100-115,ATTRIBUT
PRESS FLEX KEY(1-10)
(4) If the user press a flex key 1, the LCD displays as the left side.
STA PGM,100-115,
YES
(5) If the user press a flex key 1, the LCD displays as the left side.
And then press a flex key 1 to change the current value. Press
[HOLD/SAVE] to update the database permanently.
- ▲/▼ : Go to the other same level menu.
- [TRANS/PGM] : Go to the Admin. start menu.
- [REDIAL] : Go to the 1 level upper menu.
DND
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6.1.4 BUTTON DEFINITION
Buttons are used for the following purposes in the Admin. program mode.
(1)
[HOLD/SAVE] : Update the system database permanently.
(2)
[TRANS/PGM] : Move to the start of admin program menu.
(3)
[REDIAL] : Move to the 1 level upper level menu.
(SUB-MENU → MAIN-MENU or TERMINAL-MENU → SUB-MENU)
(4)
▲: Move to the next menu in the same level.(Round-robin)
(Ex : DND(1st terminal-menu of STATION ATTRIBUTE) → SPEED DIAL ACCESS(2nd terminal-menu of
STATION ATTRIBUTE)
▼: Move to the previous menu in the same level.(Round-robin)
(Ex 1 : INITIALIZATION(1st main-menu) → PRINT DATABSE(last main-menu)
Ex 2 : STATION CLASS OF SERVICE(3rd sub-menu of 2nd main-menu) → ISDN STATION ATTRIBUTE(2nd
sub-menu of 2nd main-menu) )
(5)
[SPEED] : Clear database of the current terminal menu.
(6)
FLEX-KEY : 1. Used for selecting a menu (main/sub/terminal) responding to the number.
2. Also used as toggle key for entering data, if entered value has only 2 case number. (i.e: Yes/No,
Enable/Disable)
(7)
DIGIT : Used for entering data by dialing.
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6.2 ADMIN PROGRAMMING
6.2.1 ADMIN PROGRAMMING INDEX
FLEX KEY
1
2
3
4
MAIN MENU
FLEX KEY
SUB MENU
Initialization
1
Station Database Initialization
(DB INIT)
2
CO Line Database Initialization
3
ISDN Tables Database Initialization
4
System Feature Database Initialization
5
System Timer Database Initialization
6
Toll Table Database Initialization
7
Authorization Code Table Database Initialization
8
Flexible Station Number Initialization
9
Flexible Button Program Initialization
10
LCR Database Initialization
11
All Database Initialization
Station Base Program
1
Station Attribute
(STA PGM)
2
ISDN Station Attribute
3
Station Class-Of-Service
4
CO Line Group Access
5
Preset Call Forward
6
Flex Buttons Assignment
7
Warm Line Selection
8
Page Zone
CO Line Base Program
1
CO Line Attribute
(CO PGM)
2
ISDN CO Line Attribute
3
Group Assignment
4
DISA Type
5
CO Flash Timer
6
CO Loop Supervision Timer
7
CO Line Ring Assignment
ISDN Program
1
TEI Type
(ISDN PGM)
2
Calling Sub-Address
3
Incoming Zero Insertion
4
Outgoing Zero Insertion
5
Outgoing Check Digit
6
My Area Code
7
My Nation Code
8
Internal Code
9
COLP Table (Entry no:01-10)
10
MSN Table (Entry no:01-24)
11
DID Digit Conversion Table
12
Transfer Code
13
Supplementary Service
14
Loopback
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FLEX KEY
5
6
MAIN MENU
FLEX KEY
SUB MENU
System Base Program
1
System Attribute
(SYS PGM)
2
Attendant Assignment
System Timers
(SYS TMR)
3
Setting System Date/Time
4
LCD Date/Time Display Mode
5
PBX Access Code
6
DID/DISA Destination
7
DISA Retry Counter
8
SMDR Attributes
9
Pulse Dial / Speed Ratio
10
Alarm Attributes
11
External Control Contact
12
BGM(Background Music) Type
13
MOH(Music On Hold) Type
14
System Gain Control
15
Fax Transfer CO Line
16
External Page Port
17
DID/DISA Forward to DVU
Timer - 1
1
Exclusive Hold Recall Timer
2
System Hold Recall Timer
3
Transfer Hold Recall Timer
4
I-Recall Timer
5
Attendant Recall Timer
6
CO Ring Detect Timer
7
CO Ring Stop Detect Timer
8
Pause Timer
9
CO Release Guard Timer
10 CO Dial Delay Timer
11 Preset Forward Timer
12 Call Forward Busy/No Answer Timer
13 DID/DISA No Answer Timer
14 Unsupervised Conference Timer
15 MSG Wait Reminder Tone Timer
16 Hook Switch Flash Timer
17 Door Open Timer(Enhanced)
18 Inter Digit Timer
19 Warm Line Timer
20 SMDR Timer
21 Wake-up Fail Ring Timer
22 Fax Tone Detect Timer
23 Fax CO Call Timer
24 DVU User Record Timer
Timer -
1
DVU Forward Answer Timer
2
2
Valid User Message Timer
3
Hunt User Record Timer
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FLEX KEY
7
MAIN MENU
FLEX KEY
Toll Table
SUB MENU
1
Toll Exception Table – Allow A (Entry no:01-20)
2
Toll Exception Table – Deny A (Entry no:01-10)
3
Toll Exception Table – Allow B (Entry no:01-20)
4
Toll Exception Table – Deny B (Entry no:01-10)
5
1. Canned Toll Table –Allow (Entry no:01-10)
2. Canned Toll Table –Deny (Entry no:01-10)
8
Authorization Code Table
-
Authorization Code Table (Entry no:01-30)
Flexible Numbering
1
Numbering Plan Type(Extension / Basic)
Plan
2
Station Number Digit Size (3 / 2)
(Author Code Table)
9
3
10
LCR Program
Flexible Station Number Assignment
1
Flexible number for port 1-24(flex 1-24)
2
Flexible number for port 25-34(flex 1-10)
1
LCR Access Mode
2
Day Zone
3
Time Zone of Day Zone
4
LDT Table
DMT Table
5
11
Station Group Program
Hunt
1
Group Type(Cir/Term/UCD/VM/Ring/None)
Group
2
Group Member
3
Attribute of Hunt Group Type
Cir/Term
UCD
VM
VM
1
Put Mail
Dialing
2
Get Mail
Table
3
Busy
4
No Answer
5
Error
6
DND
7
12
Print Database
1
No Answer Timer
2
Ring Timer
1
2
3
First Announcement Timer
1
2
3
Second Announcement Timer
Announcement Timer
Ring Timer
Put Mail Index
Get Mail Index
Disconnect
1
Station Database Print
2
CO Line Database Print
3
ISDN Database Print
4
System Feature Database Print
5
System Timer Database Print
6
Toll Table Print
7
Authorization Code Table Print
8
Flexible Station Number Print
9
LCR Database Print
10
Hunt Group/Voice Mail Table Print
11
All Database Print
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6.2.2 DEFAULT VALUES
TABLE 6.2.2.1 STATION BASE PROGRAM (MAIN MENU 2)
NO SUB MENU
1
FLEX KEY
TERMINAL MENU
RANGE
DEFAULT
YES / NO
YES
Station
1
DND (Do-Not-Disturb)
Attribute
2
Speed Dial Access
YES / NO
YES
3
Page Access
YES / NO
YES
4
Call Forward Access
YES / NO
YES
YES
5
PLA (Preferred Line Answer)
YES / NO
6
Speaker-Phone/Headset
SP / HEAD Speaker-Phone
7
Auto Speaker Selection
YES / NO
8
ICM Box Signaling
YES / NO
YES
9
Automatic Hold
YES/NO
Station1:YES
REMARK
YES
Station2-34:NO
10
Data Line Security
YES/NO
NO
11
DVU Access
YES/NO
NO
12
Two Way Recording
YES/NO
NO
13
Bearer Capability 3.1KHz
YES/NO
NO
Flex Key is not 13,
But 14 in
Norwegian version
2
ISDN Station
1
Sub Address
YES/NO
NO
Attribute
If this field is set to
YES, then GDK
sends the called
extension number
in called party sub
address information
of setup message
to ISDN extension.
2
Long/Short
3
MSN
Long/Short
Short
YES/NO
NO
If this field is set to
YES, then GDK
sends the called
extension number
in called party
number information
of setup message
to ISDN extension.
3
Station COS
4
COLR
YES/NO
NO
5
COLP
YES/NO
YES
6
7
CLIP
CLIS
YES/NO
YES/NO
NO
NO
-
Day COS/Night COS
11 - 77
11
2 Digit
st
1 Digit-Day COS
nd
2 Digit-Night COS
4
CO Group
1- 4
CO Line Group
1-4
1-4
st
1 Flex : CO GRP 1
Access
:
th
4 Flex : CO GRP 4
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NO SUB MENU
5
Preset Call
Forward
6
Flex Buttons
FLEX KEY
TERMINAL MENU
RANGE
DEFAULT
REMARK
Station No Not Assigned The ISDN station or
ICM box cannot be
(2 Digit or
assigned as preset
3 Digit)
call forward station.
-
1-6
Assignment
Type
--
1: User Button
1-8
2: CO x
1-4
3: Reserved
-
4: LOOP
STA No.
5: STA xxx
SPD Bin
6: SPD xx
No. (01-99)
7
Warm Line
-
1-4
Not Assigned 1:Flex Button
Selection
1)
2:CO Line
3:CO Group
4:Station
8
Page Zone
-
1-2
1
9
Language
-
1-8
Each
1:Page Zone 1
2:Page Zone 2
Code
Nation’s
Except for UK, IT,
SP version
Language
1)
Under following conditions, flex. button cannot be assigned as warm line.
- If any station among entered range is SLT or 2B-SLT, you cannot save input value.
- If you entered the bigger flex. button number than stations have, you cannot save input value.
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TABLE 6.2.2.2 CO LINE BASE PROGRAM (MAIN MENU 3)
NO SUB MENU FLEX
TERMINAL MENU
RANGE
DEFAULT
PBX / CO
CO
DTMF / Pulse
DTMF
Yes / No
No
Ground / Loop
Loop
REMARK
KEY
1
CO Line
1
Attribute
CO Line Type
2
CO Line Signal Type
3
Universal Night
Answer (UNA)
4
Flash Type
Ground type is not
available
2
ISDN CO
Line
Attribute
5
DISA Account
Yes/No
No
6
Loop Supervision
Yes/No
No
7
DVU Announcement
Yes/No
No
1
COLP
00-10
00
00:Not Assigned
01-10:indicate an entry of
Outgoing COLP table
2
DID_RN
00-99
00
00:Do not ignore
01-99:indicate an ignored
called party number
(DID_RN : DID removes
number from called party
information)
3
Type of Calling
0-8
2
Number
0:Unknown number
1:International type
2:National number
3:Not used
4:Subscriber number
5:Not used
6:Not used
7:Not used
8:No send COLP
4
3
CO Line
DID Line Use
Yes/No
No
-
1-4
1
-
U/Day/Night/
U
Group
Assign
4
DISA Type
0/1/2/3
Both
5
CO Flash
-
Ring to Hunt Group 1
000 - 300
008
10msec base
0 - 20
0
100msec base
Timer
6
CO Loop
-
Supervision
7
Timer
CO Line
Ring
Assignment
1
Ring to Station
2
1
Ring to Hunt Group1
2
Ring to Hunt Group2
3
Ring to Hunt Group3
Ring to Hunt Group4
4
No/Day/Night/
Both
93
Station 1
: All ring
Station
2-16: No
ring
Flex key : Round-robin
GDK-20W DIGITAL WIRELESS KEY TELEPHONE SYSTEM
TABLE 6.2.2.3 ISDN PROGRAM (MAIN MENU 4)
FLEX
KEY
SUB MENU
TERMINAL
MENU
RANGE
DEFAULT
1
TEI Type
-
Auto / Fixed
Auto
(4 Ports)
2
Calling SubAddress
-
Yes / No
No
3
-
Yes / No
No
-
Yes / No
Yes
-
0–9
0
-
-
Not Assigned
Not Assigned
-
4 Digits
Not Assigned
9
Incoming Zero
Insertion
Outgoing Zero
Insertion
Outgoing
Check Digit
My Area Code
My Nation
Code
International
Code
COLP Table
-
Not Assigned Max : 10 digits
10
MSN Table
-
Entry No
(01-10)
Entry No
(01-24)
11
DID Digits
Conversion
1.DID Received Digit from
PX
2.DID First Two Digits
Conversion
4
5
6
7
8
12
13
14
3.DID Second Digit
Conversion
Transfer Code
Supplemen- 1.Service 1. Hold/
tary Service
Type
Retrieve
2. 3-party Conf.
2.Hold Code
3.Retrieve Code
4.3-Party Conf. Code
Loop Back
-
After you changing TEI,
press RESET button on
MBU to operate with the
new TEI type.
If this field is set to YES,
then GDK sends the calling
extension number in calling
party sub address
information of setup
message.
Not Assigned Flex key 1: CO line No.(1-8)
Flex key 2: Station No (2 or
3 digits)
Flex key 3: MSN No. (1-8)
Flex key 4: Night destination
( Station no(2digit/ 3digit)
Or Station Group no(61-64))
Flex key 5:Night MSN (1-8)
Flex key 6: Telephone No.
(max: 20 digits)
2-4
3
DID Received
Digit No
***
10 Digits
1234567890
2 Digits
*#
Keypad/
Functional
Keypad
10 digits
10 digits
10 digits
Yes/No
Not Assigned
Not Assigned
Not Assigned
No
94
REMARK
0-9
# : Ignore digit
* : using received digit
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TABLE 6.2.2.4 SYSTEM BASE PROGRAM (MAIN MENU 5)
NO
SUB MENU
FLEX
TERMINAL MENU
RANGE
DEFAULT
SYS / EXC
YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO
Last Choice /
Round-robin
YES / NO
YES / NO
SYS
YES
NO
NO
Last Choice
YES / NO
NO
Station No.
(2 Digits or 3
Digits)
100
st
(1 Station)
REMARK
KEY
1
System
Attributes
1
2
3
4
5
Hold Preference
Privacy
External Night Ring
Multi-line Conference
CO Line Choice
6
7
Override 1 CO Group
Night DVU
8
Music on Camp-on
st
2
Attendant
Assignment
-
3
Set System
Date/Time
LCD Display
Mode
-
1-4
PBX Access
Code
DID/DISA
Destination
DISA Retry
Counter
SMDR
Attributes
-
MAX 2 Digits
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
Busy Destination
Error Destination
DISA Retry Counter
1
2
SMDR Print Enable
SMDR Recording Call
Type
Print Incoming Call
SMDR Print Baud Rate
(RS-232C)
3
4
9
10
Dial Speed
Ratio
Alarm
Attribute
12
External
Control
Contact
BGM Type
13
MOH Type
11
-
Tone / ATD
Tone / ATD
1-9
NO
All Call
66/33
(10 PPS Only)
NO
Close
Repeat
None
None
1
-
-
-
-
1-2
Alarm Enable
Alarm Contact Type
Alarm Signal Mode
First Contact
Second Contact
95
Flex Key is not 7, but
8 in Spain ver.
Flex Key is not 8, but
9 in Spain ver.
ICM box cannot be
assigned as
attendant station.
3
1:24- DD/MM/YY
(12-DD/MM/YY) 2:24- MM/DD/YY
3:12- DD/MM/YY
4:12- MM/DD/YY
Not Assigned Max 4 PBX Access
Codes
Tone
Tone
3
YES / NO
All Call / Long
Distance
YES / NO
1-8
60/40 or
66/33
YES / NO
Close / Open
Repeat / Once
1-2
(Loud Bell
/Door)
1-3
1
2
3
1
2
NO
NO
NO
6
1
1:300Bps
2:600Bps
3:1200Bps
4:2400Bps
5:4800Bps
6:9600Bps
7:19200Bps
8:38400Bps
1:Inetrnal
2:External
3:Both
1:Inetrnal
2:External
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NO
SUB MENU
14
System
Gain Control
FLEX
TERMINAL MENU
RANGE
KEY
1
Digital Keyset Rx Gain
00-60
2
SLT Rx Gain
00-60
3
CO Line Rx Gain
00-60
4
Digital CO Line (DCO)
Rx Gain
00-60
5
DVU Rx Gain
00-60
6
DTMF Rx Gain
00-60
96
DEFAULT
REMARK
1. DKTU
2. SLT
3. CO
4. DCO
5. DTMF RX
6. TONE
7. DVU
8. MUSIC1
9. MUSIC2
10.WHTU
1. DKTU
2. SLT
3. CO
4. DCO
5. DTMF RX
6. TONE
7. DVU
8. MUSIC1
9. MUSIC2
10.WHTU
1. DKTU
2. SLT
3. CO
4. DCO
5. DTMF RX
6. TONE
7. DVU
8. MUSIC1
9. MUSIC2
10.WHTU
1. DKTU
2. SLT
3. CO
4. DCO
5. DTMF RX
6. TONE
7. DVU
8. MUSIC1
9. MUSIC2
10.WHTU
1.DKTU
2.SLT
3.CO
4.DCO
5.MUSIC2
6.WHTU
1.SLT
2.CO
3.DCO
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NO
SUB MENU
14
System
Gain Control
15
Fax
Transfer CO
Line
External
Page Port
-
-
1-8
None
-
-
Station No.
None
DID/DISA
Forward To
DVU
1
Busy
YES/NO
NO
2
No Answer
YES/NO
NO
16
17
FLEX
KEY
7
TERMINAL MENU
RANGE
WHTU Rx Gain
DEFAULT
1. DKTU
2. SLT
3. CO
4. DCO
5. DTMF RX
6. TONE
7. DVU
8. MUSIC1
9. MUSIC2
10.WHTU
00-60
97
REMARK
Only SLT port
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TABLE 6.2.2.5 SYSTEM TIMER PROGRAM (MAIN MENU 6)
NO
1
SUB
FLEX
SUB MENU
MENU
KEY
TIMER
1
1
2
System Hold Recall Timer
000 - 300
030
1 sec base
3
Transfer Recall Timer
000 - 300
030
1 sec base
4
I-Hold Recall Timer
000 - 300
030
1 sec base
5
Attendant Recall Timer
00 - 60
01
1 min base
6
CO Ring Detect Timer
1-9
2
100 msec base
7
CO Ring Stop Detect Timer
01 - 15
06
1 sec base
Exclusive Hold Recall Timer
RANGE
DEFAULT
REMARK
000 - 300
060
1 sec base
8
Pause Timer
1-9
1
1 sec base
9
CO Release Guard Timer
01 - 15
01
1 sec base
10
CO Dial Delay Timer
00 - 99
05
100 msec base
11
Preset Call Forward Timer
00 - 99
10
1 sec base
12
Call Forward Busy/No Answer Timer
00 - 99
10
1 sec base
13
DID/DISA No answer Timer
00 - 99
20
1 sec base
14
Unsupervised Conference Timer
00 - 99
10
1 min base
15
Message Reminder Tone Timer
16
Hook Switch Flash Timer
00 - 60
00
1 min base
001 - 250
050
10 msec base
This is max. Hook
Flash time.
2
17
Door Open Timer
05 - 99
20
100 msec base
18
Inter-Digit Timer
01 - 20
05
1 sec base
19
Warm Line Timer
01 - 20
05
1 sec base
20
SMDR Start Timer
000 - 250
000
1 sec base
21
Wake-up Fail Ring Timer
00 - 99
20
1 sec base
22
23
FAX Tone Detect Timer
FAX CO Call Timer
01 - 10
1-5
05
1
1 sec base
1 min base
24
DVU User Record Timer
010 - 255
20
1 sec base
TIMER
1
DVU Forward Answer Timer
04 - 40
04
1 sec base
2
2
Valid User Message Timer
00 - 10
04
1 sec base
3
Hunt Disconnect Timer
01 – 10
03
1 min base
TABLE 6.2.2.6 TOLL TABLE (MAIN MENU 7)
FLEX KEY
SUB MENU
TERMINAL MENU
DEFAULT
Entry No (01 – 20)
REMARK
1
Allowed Table A
2
Denied Table A
Entry No (01 – 10)
3
Allowed Table B
Entry No (01 – 20)
4
Denied Table B
Entry No (01 – 10)
Max : 8 digit
5
Canned Toll Table : Allow
Entry No (01 – 10)
Max : 8 digit
Canned Toll Table : Deny
Entry No (01 – 10)
Max : 8 digit
98
Max : 8 digit
Max : 8 digit
Not Assigned
Max : 8 digit
GDK-20W DIGITAL WIRELESS KEY TELEPHONE SYSTEM
TABLE 6.2.2.7 AUTHORIZATION CODE TABLE (MAIN MENU 8)
SUB MENU
FLEX KEY
Authorization
TERMINAL MENU
Entry No
-
Code Tables
RANGE
DEFAULT
Not
5 Digit
(01-30)
REMARK
Assigned
TABLE 6.2.2.8 FLEXIBLE STATION NUMBERING PLAN (MAIN MENU 9)
SUB MENU
FLEX
TERMINAL MENU
RANGE
DEFAULT
-
-
Extension / Basic
Basic
-
-
3/2
3
REMARK
KEY
Numbering Plan
Type
STA Number Digit
Size
Flexible Station
Number
1
Flex number for port 1-24
FLEX KEY 1-24
100-123
Each flex key denotes
2
Flex number for port 24-34
FLEX KEY 1-10
124-133
corresponding station.
TABLE 6.2.2.9 LCR PROGRAM (MAIN MENU 10)
FLEX KEY
SUB MENU
1
LCR Access
RANGE
DEFAULT
REMARK
Disable
3-way toggle
- DISABLE
- OVERRIDE
- ALWAYS
2
3
Day Zone
Time Zone
F1: Zone 1. Day : 1 - 7
1-7
F2: Zone 2. Day : 1 - 7
-
F3: Zone 3. Day : 1 - 7
-
F1: Zone 1. Time : 00 – 24
00-24
F2: Zone 2. Time : 00 – 24
-
F3: Zone 3. Time : 00 – 24
-
Each day belongs to only one day
zone.
Each hour belongs to only one time
zone.
4
LDT
(Leading
Digit Table)
00 – 99
(total:100)
None
F1: LCR type, BOTH / INT / COL.
F2: CD 12 digits
F3: DMT index. 6 digits. Total three
DMT indices for each time zone1/2/3
• F1 – Day zone 1 index to the DMT.
• F2 – Day zone 2 index to the DMT.
• F3 – Day zone 3 index to the DMT.
5
DMT
(Digit
Modification
Table)
00 – 99
(total:100)
None
F1: A (Added digit stream). 25digits.
F2: RP (Removal Position). 2digits.
F3: RN (Removal Number of digits of
CODE in each table) 2 digits
F4: AP (Add Position). 2digits.
F5: CG (CO group). 1digit.
F6: ALT(Alternative DMT index).
2digits.
99
GDK-20W DIGITAL WIRELESS KEY TELEPHONE SYSTEM
TABLE 6.2.2.10 HUNT GROUP/VOICE MAIL PROGRAM (MAIN MENU 11)
NO SUB MENU
1
Hunt Group
Program
FLEX
KEY
1
TERMINAL MENU
RANGE
DEFAULT
REMARK
Type
None
2
Group Member
Cir/Term/UCD
/VM/Ring/None
Station No.
None
Deletion by
[SPD] key.
Max 10 stations
Deletion by
[SPD] key
0-99
0-99
0-99
None
15
60
15
1 second
1 second
1 second
0-99
15
1 second
0-99
15
1 second
1
Attribute
1.No Answer Timer
2.Ring Timer
1.First
Announcement
Timer
2.Second
Announcement
Timer
3.Announcement
Repeat Timer
1.Ring Timer
2.Put Mail Index
3.Get Mail Index
Put Mail
0-99
1-4
1-4
1-2
2
Get Mail
1-2
3
Busy
1-2
4
No Answer
1-2
5
Error
1-2
6
DND
1-2
7
Disconnect
-
3
Cir/
Term
UCD
VM
2
VM Dialing
Table
100
99
1
2
Prefix : P#
Suffix : Prefix : P##
Suffix : Prefix : P#*3P
Suffix : Prefix : P#*4P
Suffix : Prefix : P#*5P
Suffix : Prefix : P#*6P
Suffix : *****
1 second
Flex 1 for Prefix,
2 for Suffix.
Max 12 digits.
Deletion by
[SPD] key