Radio to Teletics Interface Application Note

Radio to Teletics Interface Application Note
Teletics Application Note
Radio to Teletics Interface
Rev 1.0 – December 2015
Teletics Application Note – Radio to Teletics Interface with the w*intercom
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RADIO TO TELETICS INTERFACE
CONCEPT
The system described here allows the use of portable radios to access the public
address amplifier as well as telephones on the Teletics system. The example shown
here will demonstrate a simplex (receive and transmit frequencies are the same)
radio system. Diagram A shows a block diagram of the equipment used in this
system.
Example A – A person using a portable two way radio with a DTMF pad on it can
transmit and press *. When the operator releases the ptt a dial tone will be heard.
The operator presses the ptt and enters 99. This will allow the operator to make a
public address announcement over the systems loudspeaker system. When finished
the operator presses the # key while transmitting. This will stop the interconnect to
the public address system. If the operator does not turn off the connection to the
public address amplifier a timer will turn it off after a pre-set time.
Example B – A person using a portable two way radio with a DTMF pad on it can
transmit and press *. When the operator releases the ptt dial tone will be heard.
The operator presses the ptt and enters the number of the phone on the system to
initiate a conversation. The operator can hang up the phone connection by
transmitting and pressing the # key. If both parties quit talking for a pre-set time
the phone connection will hang-up.
Example C – An operator on the Teletics system can contact someone via radio
through a telephone at any remote unit. The operator goes off hook and dials the
number for the remote phone that is attached to the radio interconnect equipment.
The phone will ring and answer. The operator enters a code (example 12#) and
now anything the operator says will be heard over the radios used in the system.
When the operator quits talking it will be possible to hear any replies from the field
radios. This connection can be stopped by simply hanging up. If both parties quit
the system will “time out” and hang up.
EQUIPMENT RECOMMENDATIONS
Virtually any two way radio can be used. It is recommended that a digital or analog
FM radio system be used, due to its constant volume characteristics. The base
station radio used must have an accessory connector to provide the audio and
keying connections to the radio interconnect equipment.
1 ea. Base Station Radio Kenwood TK-790.
1 ea. 12 volt power supply Astron RS-15 (110 VAC to 12 VDC power supply
capable of 15 AMPS)
1 ea. Base Station Antenna (unity gain, mounting pole, transmission line and misc.
connectors)
1 ea. Accessory cable (used to connect the base station radio to the radio
interconnect equipment)
1 ea Radio Interconnect System either Midian STI-1 or STI-2 or Zetron Model 30
Worldpatch.
FCC LICENSING CONSIDERATIONS
Some larger companies may consider a unique license for their complete enterprise.
A look at the internet will find a company that specializes in “General Pool Licenses”.
However a generic “GMRS” license will work. These licenses are inexpensive and
easy to get. Information can be found on the FCC internet site under the ULS
service.
WIRING DIAGRAM
Diagram B will show a wiring diagram for the Kenwood TK-790 to the Midian STI-1
controller.
PROGRAMMING RECOMMENDATIONS
The STI radio telephone interconnect products are programmed using the KL-4F
and KLF-4F-PC1 programming cables and the STI Programming Software (not the
MPS). Please refer to the Midian STI manual shipped with the interconnect unit for
software use and installation. The values listed here for program values are a good
starting point. Values can be changed to customize the way the interconnect
performs.
ANI Length: This specifies the number of digits used in the ANI. A value of “0” is
recommended, the unit will work in the single user mode. If a value of four is used
then the unit will work in a multi-user mode. In a single user mode of operation all
speed dial entries are available for use. In a multi-user mode the speed dial entries
can be assigned to different users if desired.
Up/Down Digit Relative to ANI Position: This field is only shown if the ANI
length is set to 4 digits. This item allows the interconnect to know where to look for
the Interconnect Up and Down Digits in relation to the incoming ANI digits. For
example, if the selection is made for Leading and the Interconnect Up Digit = * and
the Interconnect Down Digit = # then the sequence of entered digits would be:
*ANI = Bring the Interconnect Up with the following ANI
#ANI = Bring the Interconnect Down with the following ANI
And vice versa if the selection for Trailing is made:
ANI* = Bring the Interconnect Up with the following ANI
ANI# = Bring the Interconnect Down with the following ANI
Note: You may or may not need the ANI digits when bringing Down the
Interconnect depending on the setting of Allow Disconnect with No ANI item located
on the Subscribers Configuration Form.
Enable Direct Access: If checked the telephone caller (Teletics remote station
phone) can get directly onto the radio system without a field radio answering or if a
access number is entered into the field the caller must enter an access code prior to
being given access to the radio system. If using the access number the caller will
receive a tone prompt to indicate to the phone caller to enter the access code.
Tone Digit For Connect: This field sets up the DTMF tone that will cause the
phone patch to take the phone line off hook. The selection range is 0-9, A-D, * and
#. The * tone is recommended for use in connecting.
Tone Digit For Disconnect: This field sets up the DTMF tone that will cause the
phone patch to take the phone line off hook. The selection range is 0-9, A-D, * and
#. The # tone is recommended for use in disconnecting.
Connect/Disconnect Tone Minimum Time: This sets the time in 10 milliseconds
increments that the tone must be present before the unit will accept the connect or
the disconnect command (50 milliseconds to 2.55 seconds). Recommend 100
milliseconds.
Toll Override Access Management Code: This access code allows a Subscriber
or System Operator to override any Toll Restrict Settings that may be in force.
Note: Digits used for Interconnect Up and Down should not be used as part of the
Toll Override Access Code.
Mobile to Telco DTMF Regenerator Delay: This is a delay from the time the unit
brings the Telco off hook and before dialing begins. Since the unit does not detect if
dial tone is present a value of 1 to 2 seconds is usually adequate for dial tone to
become present before dialing commences.
Allow Over Air Speed Dial Reprogramming: This is a global enable/disable for
allowing Subscribers to Program/Not Program Speed Dial locations respectively.
This allows the System Operator to disable Over The Air Programming without
having to visit each Subscriber Record.
Base/Repeater Type: Select between Simplex, Simplex with Sampling, HalfDuplex and Full-Duplex. Simplex, Simplex with Sampling are used when the RX and
TX frequencies are the same. Simplex with Sampling gives the radio user a means
to take control of the call if the phone caller is talking too long or is using obscene
language. Half-Duplex is used when the RX and TX frequencies are different and
the base station does not transmit and receive simultaneously. Full-Duplex is used
when the RX and TX frequencies are different and the base station transmits and
receives simultaneously.
Privacy Tone Select: If the unit is setup to operate in a Half Duplex mode, this
parameter will instruct the unit to generate noise, block audio or allow audio to
pass back over the transmitter when the portable in the field is talking.
Channel Busy Release Delay: This programs the amount of time that the
interconnect will consider the radio channel to be busy after a radio busy condition
has been detected and released. This applies to all types of busy detection inputs.
The phone patch will not key-up the radio during the delay period when operating
in Simplex modes therefore we recommend you keep it less than 1 second. This
field will only affect Half Duplex and Full Duplex during this initial call setup until
“ownership” of the channel is acquired.
Channel Busy Detection Source: This allows you to select which of the following
sources will be used for radio busy detection; Carrier-Operated Relay (COR) via the
COR input lead or the quieting filter via the discriminator input.
COR Logic Polarity: Select whether a Logic Low or Logic High is the active state of
the radio’s busy channel.
Simplex Telco VOX Sampling Interval: This sets the time in seconds the
telephone caller may talk continuously. When this timer expires, a go-ahead beep is
transmitted to the field radio and the radio user is given a small window of time to
seize control of the conversation.
Simplex Telco VOX Sampling Width: This sets the amount of time in 100 msec
increments the telephone caller is locked out, giving the radio an opportunity to
seize control.
Simplex Go Ahead Courtesy Tone: When the unit is being operated in a Simplex
mode, this checkbox will enable courtesy Go-Ahead Tones to indicate when the
channel is clear so the other party can take a turn.
Morse Code ID String: This item is provided to allow the unit to issue a Station
Identifier in Morse Code at a programmable time. This item will be ignored if no
Characters are entered. Otherwise, the characters entered will be converted to the
appropriate Morse Code equivalents before being transmitted.
Morse Code ID Output Delay Time: This item instructs the unit how often (0-60
minutes) to issue the CW-ID String. If the CW-ID String has no characters defined
and the Delay Timer is greater than 0 Minutes then nothing will be transmitted. If
the Delay Timer is set to 0 Minutes and the CW-ID String has characters defined
nothing will be transmitted.
Morse Code ID Output Delay Time: This item instructs the unit how often (0-60
minutes) to issue the CW-ID String. If the CW-ID String has no characters defined
and the Delay Timer is greater than 0 Minutes then nothing will be transmitted. If
the Delay Timer is set to 0 Minutes and the CW-ID String has characters defined
nothing will be transmitted.
Telco Hang-up Disconnect Time: This sets the amount of time that the unit will
wait before seizing the phone line after disconnecting any previous call.
Recommend 5 seconds.
Telco Abandoned Call Timeout: Once a connection is completed between the
Telco caller and a radio user, this field is used to determine if the Telco caller is
active by monitoring the VOX circuit. If no activity is detected on the Telco then a
disconnect sequence will be sent to the radio user indicating the loss of Telco
activity and the connection between the Telco and radio user will be disconnected.
Telco VOX Release Delay Time: The VOX circuit in the unit is a fast attack
detector that triggers the
Micro’s input when someone speaks. To prevent it from dropping out between
words, the micro has a programmable release time. We recommend using at least
800ms. This time can be extended if the telephone caller’s voice drops out between
words.
Number of Rings For Interconnect to Answer Multi-User: This controls how
many times the telephone must ring before the unit will go off-hook and answer an
incoming Telco call. If set to 2, the unit will go off-hook during the second ring.
Pulse Dialing Make/Break Ratio: If the unit is connected to a telephone line
which accepts DTMF dialing, this field should be set to Tone Dialing. If DTMF is not
supported, the unit can be made to do pulse dialing by selecting the appropriate
make/break ratio. Currently supported make/break ratios are 40/60, 33/67, and
20/30milliseconds.
Pulse Dialing Inter-digit Gap Time: When using pulse dialing, this controls the
amount of time to wait between dialing each digit.
Mobile Regenerated Dialed Digit On Time: This sets the amount of time the
DTMF encoder generates a tone to the Telco. We recommend about 100 msec.
Mobile Regenerated Dialed Digit Off Time: This sets the amount of time the
DTMF encoder stops generating atone between digits. We recommend about 100
msec.
Repeater/Base Station Key-Up Delay: This sets how long the unit will wait to
send any tone dialing over the radio channel. This should take into consideration
how long it takes the associated transmitter to key up, come up to full power, and
how long it takes the receiving unit to wake up its carrier detect.
Courtesy Tone For Portable/Mobile Ringing: This feature is used to send
courtesy ringing tones to a radio unit if needed. If a “0” is programmed into this
field no courtesy tones are sent to the radio which allows the call to the radio unit
to rely on its’ decoder for ringing. Please Note theTimeout Delay For Portable/Mobile
to Answer register will always override and disconnect when the timer has expired
regardless of the setting of this register.
Timeout Delay For Portable/Mobile To Answer: This is used to provide an
automatic disconnect if the radio unit that is being called does not answer within
the specified period of time. It is not recommended that this ever beset to 0 except
for purposes of testing. The recommended setting of this field should be between 5
to 10seconds.
Telco Received First Digit Detection Timeout: This allows the unit to look for
the first incoming DTMF digit from the Telco. If the Telco has not entered a DTMF
Digit within this time period the Error Tone is sent to theTelco followed by a
Disconnect Tone and then the unit hangs up the Telco connection. The unit then
goes back into an idle state and waits for further activity.
Telco Received Dialing Inter-digit Gap Delay: This item allows the unit to look
for successive incoming DTMF digits from the Telco after the first digit has been
entered. If the Telco has not entered a DTMF Digit within this inter-digit time
period, the unit will then ascertain if it can continue to process the already collected
information from the Telco or if a data entry error was made. If the unit can
continue with the information already collected I will do so. However, if the unit
detects an error with the information collected it will then generate the Error Tone
message and/or a Disconnect Tone message after which the Telco will be
disconnected. The unit will go back into an idle state and wait for further activity.
Mobile to Base Abandoned Call Timeout: This sets the amount of time before
the phone patch disconnects its call to the telephone line if the mobile forgets to
disconnect. The timer starts after the last transmission from the Radio.
PTT Click Count For Call: This allows a radio subscriber to click the radio PTT x
number of times to answer an incoming telephone call, disconnect from a telephone
call, or to force a speed dial call on the telco if specified. Otherwise, an error tone
will be issued to the radio Subscriber indicating that the feature is disabled. Note:
The PTT Clicks for Speed Dial feature will only work if the subscriber has one Speed
Dial Entry assigned as Off set Entry 000.
PTT Click Count Delay Time: This specifies how quick a subscriber must click the
PTT on the radio x number of times to get the specified number to dial out on the
telco. If the specified number is not defined then the subscriber will receive an error
tone indicating that this feature is not enabled.
DTMF Dialed Digit To Mobile On Time: This sets the amount of time the DTMF
encoder generates a tone to the mobile. We recommend this to be between 60
msec to 100 msec.
DTMF Dialed Digit To Mobile Off Time: This sets the amount of time the DTMF
encoder stops generating a tone between digits. We recommend this to be between
40 msec to 100 msec.
Telco Busy Signal Wait Time For Auto Disconnect: The busy signal that results
from calling a busy telephone number may prevent the radio from transmitting a
disconnect ANI to the unit. To prevent the situation, the radio phone patch can
detect the presence of a busy signal. This field controls how long after dialing that
the unit will wait for a busy signal. If a busy signal is detected during this time, the
unit will automatically disconnect the call.
Base/Mobile Received First Digit Detection Timeout: This item allows the unit
to look for the first incoming DTMF digit from the field radio. If the field radio has
not entered a DTMF Digit within this time period the Error Tone is sent to the field
radio followed by a Disconnect Tone. The unit then goes back into an idle state and
waits for further activity.
Base/Mobile Received Dialing Inter-digit Gap Delay: This item allows the unit
to look for successive incoming DTMF digits from the radio after the first digit has
been entered. If the radio has not entered a DTMF Digit within this inter-digit time
period, the unit will then ascertain if it can continue to process the already collected
information from the radio or if a data entry error was made. If the unit can
continue with the information already collected it will do so. However, if the unit
detects an error with the information collected it will then generate the Error Tone
message and/or a Disconnect Tone message after which the radio will be
disconnected. The unit will go back into an idle state and wait further activity.
Subscriber Quick Pick: This feature is not available in Single User Mode. In MultiUser mode, if ANI length on the System Configuration Form is greater than 0 digits,
this list will provide a sorted pick list of ANI’s with the subscriber name if a name
was defined. By clicking on the arrow on the right hand side of the field, a list will
be provided to select from the defined subscriber’s in the database.
ANI ID: If ANI Length on the System Configuration Form is greater than 0 digits,
this field allows the entry of unique ANI digits. If the ANI Length is specified to be 4
digits and the operator only enters in a 3 digit ANI, then the ANI will be left padded
with 0’s to force the 4 digit ANI size.
User Name: If ANI Length on the System Configuration Form is greater than
0digits, this field allows the entry of a User Name to be identified with the ANI that
should have been entered. The user name can be up to 20characters in length.
Record Status: This is an information only field that indicates whether the
currently selected subscriber record is Active (enabled) or Disabled.
Enable Subscriber Account: Check this box to enable the subscriber.
Active User Call Limit Reset: If this option is enabled, it will allow the subscriber
to reset the call limit timeout timer for another full session of time. This command
only works while a subscriber is connected to either an incoming or outgoing
telephone call.
Speed Dial (OTAP) Enable: If this option is enabled, it will allow the subscriber to
add and modify speed dial entries that are assigned to that subscriber over the air.
Transpond Acknowledgements: If this option is enabled, the field unit must
transpond within 2 seconds after being called otherwise the Telco caller will be
disconnected.
Call Limit: This item sets the time allowed per connection. 1 minute before the
time expires, a warning tone will be sent to the radio letting the subscriber know of
the impending disconnection. If the Call Limit Reset option is enabled for that
subscriber and the subscriber enters the command to reset the timer a Go Ahead
tone will be sent to the subscriber. Otherwise, an Error Tone will be sent to the
subscriber.
Interconnect Disconnect Validation: DTMF ANI: If this item is not checked, then
the unit will accept any valid incoming Down Digit command to bring the
interconnect down. Otherwise, if the item is checked, then the unit will force the
subscriber to issue the ANI and also the down digit before allowing the interconnect
to be brought down.
Toll Restrict Profile: The programming screen contains the text “Profile 1.” The
profile names can be changed to be more descriptive by going to the Toll Restricts
Profile Form. During add or edit mode of a subscriber record you can select a Toll
Restrict Profile to be applied to the current subscriber. After selecting, you will see
the parameters for the profile updated in the fields below and to the right of the
selection field. The fields that show the profile are information fields only. To make
changes to the profile you must change the profile under menu Config > Toll
Restrict Profile.
Max Digits Allowed To Dial: This places a limit on the maximum number of digits
that the radio subscriber can dial into the phone system.
Max Speed Dial Entries: This sets a limit on the maximum number of speed dial
entries the currently selected subscriber can access.
Note: There are only 100 total available speed dial locations. So if you have 100
subscribers and wanted them to all have speed dial capability, the most you could
assign to each subscriber would be 1. Please note that the if 99 entries is assigned
to each subscriber and there are 100 subscribers in the system, the assignment of
speed dial locations would be on a first come first serve basis.
Current Speed Dial Entries: This is an information only field that shows how
many speed dial entries are currently in use by the selected subscriber.
Profile Name: This allows for a name to be assigned to the Toll Restrict Profile for
easier identification. Some examples are “international”, “Long Distance”, “Local”,
and “Restrict 900.”
Restrict Leading 0: When checked, any phone number beginning with a 0 will be
considered invalid. You will not need to add any other entries to the restrict matrix
unless specific prefix restrictions are desired.
Restrict Leading 1: When checked, any phone number beginning with a 1 will be
considered invalid. You will not need to add any other entries to the restrict matrix
unless specific prefix restrictions are desired.
Restricts: The columns labeled Digit 1, Digit 2, Digit 3 and Digit 4 are
representative of the leading digits in a phone number. The rows labeled Entry 1,
Entry 2, Entry 3 and Entry 4 are representative of the total possible verification
checks against each phone number passed through the restrict checking filter. The
valid entries for each position are any DTMF Digit and also the letter x. It is
important to note that even though any DTMF digit may be used, it is highly
recommended that the defined Up and Down digits used for the Interconnect not be
used in this matrix. The letter x is used to indicate a don’t care entry and is ignored
during the verification checks. Note: It is recommended that the restrict digits are
defined one digit more than are defined in the Override Matrix.
Overrides: In the programming software you will the Toll Restrict Profile Overrides
matrix. The columns labeled Digit1, Digit 2, Digit 3 and Digit 4 are representative of
the leading digits in a phone number. The rows labeled Entry1, Entry 2, Entry 3 and
Entry 4 are representative of the total possible verification checks against each
phone number passed through the overrides checking filter. The valid entries for
each position are any DTMF Digit and also the letter x. It is important to note that
even though any DTMF digit may be used, it is highly recommended that the
defined Up and Down digits used for the Interconnect not be used in this matrix.
The letter x is used to indicate a don’t care entry and is ignored during the
verification checks. Note: It is recommended that the override
Digits are defined one digit less than are defined in the Restrict Matrix.
LEVEL SETTING AND CALIBRATION
Proceed with the interconnect adjustments using the following steps. Refer to the
interconnect schematic and printed circuit board layout for location of test points
and adjustment potentiometers found in the user’s manual shipped with the unit.
As a note of caution, be sure that the antenna output of the radio transmitter is
properly terminated because the interconnect will be automatically keyed at various
points in the adjustment sequence below:
Be sure that the interconnect is properly connected to the radio. The telephone line
must be connected to a dBm meter, which in turn must be connected to the
interconnect via the RJ-11 female connector.
1. Plug the PC programmer into the programming jack on the interconnect. Go to
the top of the screen on the menu bar. Click on Diagnostics and select Calibration.
2. Start by initiating a telephone call to the interconnect using an extra phone line
or cell phone. When ringing is heard, click on the RECEIVE AUDIO option using your
mouse. This will complete the phone line connection and turn on the audio path
from the RX Input all the way through to IC15, the hybrid transformers T1 and T2,
and the phone line via the RJ-11 connector. Using an FM signal generator or an FM
service monitor with a 1KHz test tone set to maximum system deviation (ie.5 KHz
for a wide band system or 2.5 for a narrow band system) and with enough signal to
quiet the radio, adjust RECEIVE LEVEL FROM RADIO pot VR2 for 2.4V peak-to-peak
sinewave or 800 MV RMS or Zero (0) dB or just below clipping on Pin 7 of IC9B
while monitoring with an oscilloscope. Under a loaded condition (i.e., interconnect
connected to Telephone line), set the dBm meter with a balanced input to a
bridging position. Set the TX LEVEL TO TEL LINE pot VR7 to a level between -14
and +4 dBm so that a test tone is heard in the telephone earpiece at a desired
volume.
Next, check the trans-hybrid isolation as part of this tune up procedure. Connect
the scope to pin 1 of IC9A and observe that the 1kHz test tone is present at this
point, although at low amplitude. This amplitude at this point must be reduced to
the minimum possible using the balancing network. The balancing network consists
of the balancing pot VR8 and a 4-position DIP-switch (SW2), which switches the
balancing caps C70-C73 on and off. Use the DIP switch to select a combination that
reduces crossover in the hybrid as seen on pin 1 ofIC9A. Each time you change DIP
switch settings, fine-tune balancing pot VR8 to reduce the signal on pin 1 of
IC9A. Repeat this process until the best combination is found. If this is not set
properly, voice transmitted to the phone line from the mobile radio will be fed back
into the interconnect transmit path via T1/T2 trans-hybrid. In simplex mode the
audio fed back from the phone line may cause the telephone line VOX to respond
and cause the interconnect to key up when the mobile interconnect speaks loudly
and the anti-VOX feature is not turned on.
3. Next, select the TRANSMIT AUDIO using your mouse. After selecting this with
your mouse, the
microprocessor will turn on the audio path from the telephone line hybrid all the
way through to the radio via TX Input (P1-8 Voice Audio Out) IC11C. Use the voice
network analyzer or other instrument to transmit a1kHz test tone at 0 dBm across
the RJ11C and adjust the RX LEVEL FROM PHONE LINE pot VR6 so that 2.4 V peakto-peak sine wave or 800 MV RMS or Zero (0) dB is seen at IC-9A Pin 1. Next set
TX LEVEL TO RADIO pot VR5 so that the transmitter is modulating at the desired
system deviation while monitoring with the service monitor. The TX path has now
been calibrated. If you are unable to get enough modulation, it may be necessary
to reduce the value of R23 from 27K. to perhaps 1K. for low impedance Mic circuits.
4. With the mouse, select the RADIO DTMF encode path. The microprocessor will
now release the phone line, key the radio’s PTT line, and generate a DTMF tone
through Q3 into FET switches IC14A and IC13A and out the P1-3 Voice Audio Out
line. Adjust DTMF LEVEL TO RADIO pot VR3 for 2/3 of system deviation using an FM
service monitor. You may find it necessary to make further adjustments in order to
fine-tune the operation of the interconnect. This may include increasing the RX
LEVEL FROM PHONE LINE if the telephone caller’s voice is dropping out. This can be
determined by actually using the interconnect to make a call.
5. After calibrating the unit, select UNIT RESET under the diagnostic menu.
Spec Sheet
Model 30 Worldpatch
FEATURES
INTRODUCTION
• Simplexandhalf-duplexinterconnectforbasestations,
controlstations,andrepeaters
• Compatiblewithend-to-endtelcolinesandanalogPBX
extensions
• Remote-programmablefromDTMFradioorTouch-Tone
telephone
• ConveniencefeaturesincludeMorseID,tollrestrictions,
timers,DTMFregeneration,programmableANIcodes,
courtesytones
• SimplexaudiocontrolviaVOX,sampling,orcombined
samplingwithVOX
• Half-duplexoperationwithprivacymode
• Digitalvoicedelayavailableforsimplex
• FitsinsmallrepeaterenclosuressuchasMotorolaRadius
GR300,GR500,GR1225
• 19-inchrack-mountbracketavailable
• Connectiondiagramsformanyradios
• Expertandresponsivetechnicalsupport
• Special,customfeaturesavailable
TheModel30Worldpatchisacompact,telephone
interconnectthatallowsagroupoftwowayradiousersto
placeandreceivetelephonecalls.Itefficientlyinterfacesa
telephoneline(oranalogPBXline)toasimplexbasestation,
controlstation,orconventionalrepeater.Itcanalsobeused
asarepeatermakertoconvertapairofmobileradios,ora
full-duplexbasestation,intoacarrier-operatedrepeater.
Selective Calling Option:
3. Basic with APO, Digital Voice Delay, and Selective
Calling (901-9540)—as(2)above,butrecommendedfor
applicationsrequiringselectivecallingonrepeaterorbase
stations
• 100-and1000-calltwo-tonepaging
• DTMFpaging
• Dial-upremoteoperation(*tokey,#tounkey)
APO (Advanced Programming Operation):
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50autodials
4-clickPTTautodialfornon-DTMFmobiles
AuxiliaryFEToutput
Direct-accesssecuritycode
Hookflashfrommobilevia*0
Autodialaccessonly
Repeatcourtesytone
Call-alertbeeps
Unkeytohear2nddialtone
Ringoutfromconnectbutton
TheModel30isavailablebothasasingle-groupinterconnect
aswellasaselective-callinginterconnect.Theselectivecalling
versionprovides100-calland1000-calltwo-toneandDTMF
paging.Fororderingconvenience,theModel30Worldpatch
isavailableinthreedifferentversions:
1. Basic with APO (901-9416)—recommendedforhalfduplexrepeateroperation,includesAdvancedProgramming
Option(APO)
2. Basic with APO & Digital Voice Delay (901-9417) —as(1)
abovewithdigitalvoicedelayforsimplexoperationonbase
stationsorcontrolstations
Anyversioncanbechangedintoanotherbyorderingafield
upgradekit.Otheroptionsincludea19-inchrackmount
bracket,Deadboltsurgearrestor,andvariousinterfacecables
fortheconnectiontotheradio.
Anassortmentofconnectiondiagramsexplainsthehookup
tothemostpopularradios.Aresponsivetechnicalsupport
departmentisalsoavailabletoprovideexpertassistanceover
thetelephone.
RADIO-TO-PHONE CALLS
Toplaceatelephonecall,aradiouserkeysupandentersthe
validaccesscodefromthekeypadofaDTMFmicrophone
orhandheldradio.Uponreceivingdialtone,theuserthen
dialsintothepublictelephonenetwork.Programmabletoll
restrictionscanpreventlong-distancedialing.Radiouserscan
evenbelimitedtodialingcertainpre-programmedautodial
numbersonly(APOfeature).Authorizedpersonnelcanbypass
restrictionsbyenteringthetoll-restrictbypasscode.
TheModel30canalsoprovidelimitedtelephoneaccessto
radiouserswhodon’thaveDTMFkeypadsontheirradiosvia
thefour-clickautodialfeature(APOfeature).Byclickingthe
PTTbuttonfourtimes,aradiousercancausetheModel30to
activateautodial#1.
Allcallsareterminatedwhentheradiouserentersthe
disconnectcode(separatelyprogrammablefromtheaccess
code).Thephonepartymayalsodisconnectacallbyentering
#0onthetelephonekeypad.Conversationtimers,busytones,
anddialtonecanalsoterminateacall.
PHONE-TO-RADIO CALLS
Ifatelephoneparty(landline)wantstocallaradiouser,the
phonepartyfirstdialsthenormaltelephonenumberofthe
phonepatch.Thismaybeastandardseven-digittelephone
number,orperhapsa3-digitextensioniftheModel30is
onaPBXsystem.Afteranumberofringsbeforeanswer
(programmable),theModel30picksuptheline,keysup
thetransmitter,andbroadcastsaringingtoneoverthe
radiochanneltoalerttheradiouser(s)thatacallispending.
TheModel30caneitherringonceonthechannel,orring
repetitively.Whenringingrepetitively,theModel30matches
theringingcadenceofthelocaltelephonesystem.
Aradiousercananswerthecallbykeyingupandentering
thevalidaccesscode.Or,theModel30canbeprogrammed
toallowradiouserstoansweracallbyjustkeyingup(CORto
answer),whichallowsnon-DTMFradiostoanswercalls.
Forselective-callingversions,thesequenceofeventsis
somewhatdifferent.AftertheModel30picksuptheline,
itpromptsthephonepartywithabeep.Thephoneparty
thenoverdialsthenumberofthedesiredradio(typically
twoorthreedigits)tobecalled.TheModel30keysupthe
transmitterandbroadcaststhecorrespondingpagingtones,
unsquelchingtheappropriateradioonly.Otherradiosonthe
systemarenotdisturbed.
TheModel30alsohasadirect-channelaccessmode.This
putsthephonepartyontheairimmediately,withoutringing
tonesoroverdial,assoonasthephonepartydialsthe
telephonenumberofthephonepatch.Thephonepartymay
thenvoice-haildirectlyoverthechanneltogaintheattention
ofradiousers.Topreventunauthorizedaccess,thephone
partycanberequiredtofirstenteradirect-accesssecurity
code(APOfeature).
Pagers
Telco or PBX
Model 30
Mobiles
Base or Repeater
TheModel30isidealforconnectinga
standardtelcoline,orananologPBX
extensiontoaradiobasestation,control
station,orrepeater.
Portables
BASE STATION INSTALLATIONS
Whenconnectedtoasimplexbasestationorcontrolstation,
aphonepatchisresponsibleforchangingthestationfrom
receivetotransmitattherightmoments.TheModel30
canuseVOX(voiceoperatedtransmit),sampling,orvarious
mixturesofthetwo,dependingonthedemandsoflocal
conditions.
Insimplexinstallations,aModel30withthedigitalvoice
delayisrecommended.Thisfeatureisadigitalmemory
thatdelaysthephoneparty’saudioforafractionofsecond
(programmable0.2-0.9sec),allowingampletimeforthe
transmittertokeyup.Thedelaypreventsclippingofthe
phoneparty’sfirstsyllable.
REPEATER INSTALLATIONS
TheModel30Worldpatchcanbeaddedtoanexisting,fullduplexrepeatertoallowradiouserstomakeandreceive
phonecalls.Or,theModel30canbeusedtocreatearepeater
outofaseparatetransmitterandreceiver,suchasapairof
low-costmobiles,orafull-duplexbasestation.
Tocreateadegreeofprivacyduringinterconnectedcalls,
ahalf-duplexprivacymodecanbeenabled.Whenthe
radiouseristalkingtothephoneparty,theModel30will
transmitamaskingtone(insteadoftheradiouser’saudio)so
eavesdroppingmobileswillbediscouragedfrommonitoring
theconversation.
Withselective-callingversionsoftheModel30,radiousers
canbeallowedtoselectivelycallothertwo-wayradiosand
pagers.Afterkeyingupandenteringthesign-oncode,the
userentersasteeringdigittoindicatewhetherhewantsto
placeaselectivecalloraninterconnectcallintothetelephone
system.
Therearemanyfeaturestoassistwithrepeaterconversations.
Acourtesybeepcanbeenabled,soeverytimeauserfinishes
talkingandreleasesthePTTbutton,theModel30transmits
aquickbeeptolettheotheruserknowtotalk.Therepeat
holdtimercanbesetfrom0to9secondstopreventotherPL
tonesfrominterruptingaconversation.Toalertconversing
TheModel30isidealforconnectingastandardtelcoline,
orananalogPBXextensiontoaradiobasestation,control
station,orrepeater.mobilesthatacalliscominginoverthe
phoneline,acall-alertbeepcanbetransmittedatthesame
cadenceasthetelcoringcycle.
AUX OUT
DECODE
COR IN
PTT
GND
TX AUD
GND
DISC
GND
+12 VDC
Ifitisdesiredtohaveencode/decodeofasinglePLtoneon
therepeater,it’sbesttoenablethatcapabilityintherepeater
itself.Ifit’sdesiredtohaveencode/decodeofseveralPLtones
orDPLcodes–thatis,todividetherepeaterintodifferent
workgroups–it’sbesttouseaninterconnectedtonepanellike
theZetronModel48jrRepeaterPatchratherthantheModel
30.
DIAL-UP REMOTE
Thedial-upremotefeatureallowsaphonecallertohave
positivecontrolofabasestationfromafar.Thephoneparty
candialthetelephonenumberoftheModel30,entera
securitycode,andimmediatelybeginlisteningtotheradio
channelwithouttheradiousersbeingnotified.Ifdesired,
thephonepartycanpress*totransmit,andreleasethe
transmitterbypressing#.Thedial-upremotefeatureallows
aphonepartytophysicallycontrolthetransmitterwithout
havingtorelyonaVOXcircuit.
PBX APPLICATIONS
TheModel30isofteninstalledonananaloglineofaPBX
telephonesystem.ThisletsPBXusersreachfieldradiossimply
bydialingtheextensionoccupiedbytheModel30.Several
programmableitemshelpsupportPBXapplications.Radio
userscangeneratehookflashsignalsintothePBXifnecessary
tocontrolPBXfeatures.Aradiousergeneratesahookflash
signalbypressing*0duringacall.Radiouserscanalsounkey
theirradiosandverifyaseconddialtonewhenrequestingan
outsideline.
MANUAL OPERATORS
AparalleltelephonemaysharethelinewithaModel30.This
givesamanualoperatortheopportunitytopersonallyanswer
acallbeforethecallisputontotheradiosystem.TheModel
30canbeprogrammedtowaitforupto10ringsbefore
answeringtheline.
Afteransweringaparalleltelephone,anon-siteoperatorcan
usetheconnectbuttononthefrontpaneloftheModel30to
manuallyconnectthetelephonepartytotheradiosystem.
IftheModel30hastheAPOfeatureset,thentheconnect
buttoncanevenbeusedtotransmitaringingtoneoverthe
radiochanneltoalertthemobileuserstotakethecall.
PHONE
TRANSMIT
LEVEL
RECEIVE
LEVEL
CARRIER
ADJUST
INSTALLATION & MOUNTING
TheModel30iscompactenoughtofitintheindustry’s
smallestrepeaterenclosures,includingtheMotorolaRadius
GR300,GR500,andGR1225.Radio-specificcablesare
availabletomaketheinterfaceasquickandeasyaspossible.
Forproperinstallationinstandard,19-inchrackmount
enclosures,anoptional19-inchrackmountbracketis
available.
ThephonelineconnectionontherearoftheModel30is
asimpleRJ-11phonejack.Theradiointerfaceisa10-pin
modularplugwithcrimppinsprovided.Levelsettingsfor
transmit,receive,andcarrieradjustareaccessibleontheback
panel.
Allprogrammingsettingsmaybechangedbyremotecontrol,
withoutvisitingthesite.Programmingtakesplacefroma
Touch-Tonetelephoneorkeypad-equippedradio.Accessto
theprogrammemoryisprotectedbyaprogrammingaccess
code.Theinstallermayrestoretheunittothefactorydefault
settingsatanytime.
STANDARD PROGRAMMABLE ITEMS
Mobile-to-Phone Calls:
ANIforaccess(1-9digits)
ANItodisconnect(1-9digits)
ValidationforsingledigitANI(y/n)
Mobiledialingtimer(0-60sec)
1stdigittollrestricts(upto4)
2nddigittollrestricts(upto4)
Toll-restrictbypasscode(1-8digits)
Regenerateddialing(DTMForpulse)
Busytonedisconnect(y/n)
Dialtonedisconnect(0-9sec)
Phone-to-Mobile Calls:
Ringsbeforeanswerphone(1-10)
Ringingtoradio(onceorrepetitive)
Mobileanswermethod(ANIorPTT)
Directphone-to-radioaccess(y/n)
Dial-upremote(*=key,#=unkey)
Conversation Control:
Calllimittimer(0-10min)
Calltimerresetviamobile*(y/n)
CORholdtime(0.0-0.5sec)
Mobileactivitytimer(0-60sec)
MorseID(0-8digits)
Morseinterval(10mintimeoractivity)
Phonecourtesytone(y/n)
Programmingaccesscode(5digits)
Repeater Settings:
Half-duplexrepeateroperation(y/n)
Half-duplexprivacy(y/n)
Repeataudio(y/n)
Repeatholdtime(0-5sec)
Simplex Station Settings:
VOXvoice-operatedtransmit(y/n)
VOXwithpre-key(y/n)
Sampling(y/n)
Sampling&VOX-extendedinterval(y/n)
VOX&samplebetweenwords(y/n)
VOXbeforedialtone(y/n)
VOXholdtime(0.5-1.5sec)
Samplerate(0.5-1.5sec)
Samplewindowsize(.01-secsteps)
A.P.O. PROGRAMMABLE FEATURES
Allowunkeytohear2nddialtone(y/n)
Autodialaccessonly(y/n)
Autodials0-49(1-16digitseach)
Call-alertbeeps(y/n)
Direct-accesssecuritycode(1-9digits)
FEToutputturn-oncode(1-9digits)
FEToutputturn-offcode(1-9digits)
Hookflashfrommobilevia*0(y/n)
Repeatcourtesytone(y/n)
Ringoutfromconnectbutton(y/n)
4-ClickPTTsendsautodial#1(y/n)
SELECTIVE CALLING PROGRAMMABLE
FEATURES
Paging Format Choices:
0.None
1.DTMF
2.100-call2-tone
3.1000-call2-tone
4.DTMF&100-calltwo-tone
5.DTMF&1000-calltwo-tone
DTMF Paging Parameters:
Digitsenteredbycaller(1-8)
Strappeddigits(1-5)
Strappedlocation(precedeorfollow)
Other:
Mobile-to-mobilepaging(y/n)
Note:thedigitalvoicedelayisadjustable0.1-2.0seconds
onthedelayboard.
SPECIFICATIONS
GENERAL
Power:
11-16VDC,150mA
Temperature:
0-65degreesCelsius
Size:
5.9x7.4x1.7inches
Weight:
2.5lb
DataRetention:
NonvolatileEEPROM,nobatteries
SecondaryProtection: Telcohighvoltageclampswith
protectivefusingelements
TELEPHONE INTERFACE
Connector:
RJ11-Cmodularjackforoneend-to-end(B1)
phoneline
IncomingCall:
Ringdetectionontip-ringpair.
Programmablenumberofringstoanswer
CallAnswer:
Off-hook,tip-ringcurrentdraw
CallDisconnect:
Busytone,dialtone,calllimit,mobile
activitytimers
Approvals:
FCCRegistrationPart68
IndustryCanada
RADIO INTERFACE
PTT:
FETpulltoground
COR:
Externalorinternalcarrierdetectorwith
squelchcontrol
TxAudio:
-40to+6dBm.Hi/loselector1Kohmoutput
RxAudio:
-40to+10dBm.Hi/loselector.
50Kohminput.25mVto6VP-P
ToneValidation:
ContactclosureinputfromCTCSSdecoder
AuxiliaryOutput:
FETpulltoground
Two-tone Paging Parameters:
Tonegroups(Mot1-6,10,11,A,B,Z;GEA-C)
Codeplan(MotB-Y,MT;GEX-Z)
Timing(Mot;GEstd;NECA-D,L,M)
Groupordiagonal(replacesAorB)
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Allothertrademarksarepropertiesof
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withoutnotice.
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005-0339JMay2011
STI-1
Standard Radio-Telephone Interconnect (Phone Patch) – 19” Rack Mount
STI-2
Standard Radio-Telephone Interconnect (Phone Patch) – Desktop Box
Manual Revision: 2013-03-29
Covers Firmware Revisions:
STI: 2.1 and higher
Covers Hardware Revisions:
STI-1: E and higher
STI-2: G and higher
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Radio-Telephone Interconnect (Phone Patch): Enables two-way radio users to make and receive telephone
calls on the two-way radio.
Landline to Two-Way Radio Calls: Two-way radios may receive phone calls from a landline. The caller
may enter a radio’s unit ID to speak with a specific user in a multi-user system. In a single user system
any field radio can answer the call using multiple PTT clicks or a DTMF connect digit.
Two-Way Radio to Landline Calls: Two-way radios without a DTMF keypad can have the interconnect
dial a preprogrammed per-user telephone number by pressing the PTT switch multiple times. Two-way
radios with a DTMF keypad can connect to the phone patch and then manual dial the desired telephone
number.
Phone-Line Extender: When used in conjunction with Midian’s TRA, the STI radio phone patch and TRA can
extend phone line coverage using two-way radios into an area without landline or cellular coverage.
Operator (Manual) Control: Using the STI Option A an operator can be used to control the conversations
between the phone line and field radios. This is ideal for HF SSB radio systems. For more information reference
the STI Option A Manual.
2
SPECIFICATIONS
VOLTAGE/CURRENT
Operating Voltage
Operating Current
LED Current
Fuse Protection Auto Resettable
Power Control
13-18 VDC
25 mA
4 mA
200mA
Single pole toggle switch
INPUT FROM RADIO
RX Input Level
150 mV-2.5V p/p pot adjustable
(52 mV RMS – 880 mV RMS)
100K
pot adjustable
100K
3-pin stereo jack
300-3000
9 dB
30 dB
0-5 V
RX Input Impedance
Discriminator Input level
Discriminator Input Impedance
Programming Input
Frequency Range
DTMF Decode Sinad Ratio
Dynamic Range
COR Input
OUTPUTS TO RADIO
Audio Output Tone Level
Audio Output Impedance
PTT Out
2/3 system deviation
<20K
FET switch to ground
TELEPHONE LINE INPUT*
Input Level
Input Impedance
Ring Detector
Seizure Output
FCC Registration #
-14 - +4 dB, pot adjustable
600 balanced
opto-isolator
FET opto-isolator
MIDOT06BDTISTIDPT
MECHANICAL
19” Rack Dimension
Desktop Interconnect Dimension
Operating Temperature
19” W x 1.75” H x 1.4” D
6” w x 1.45” H x 7.6” D
-30 to +60 C
* This device complies with Part 68 and Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference.
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
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INSTALLATION
Following are instructions for each connection that is required by the interconnect for proper operation. A qualified
two-way radio technician should perform the installation and adjustment of the interconnect. Once the installation
has been successfully completed, continue with the adjustment section of the manual. The adjustment
procedures require some programming steps to be done concurrently. Therefore, frequent reference to the
Programming section may be necessary. Note: Be sure to follow standard anti-static procedures when handling
any of Midian’s products.
Wiring Information
STI-2 RJ-45 WIRING INFORMATION
Wire Color Pin #
Description
Gray
1
RX Audio In
Orange
2
Radio COR Busy Detect
Violet
3
Radio PTT
Yellow
4
Tone/Data Output
Green
5
Discriminator Audio Input
Red
6
VIN 13-18 Volts DC
Black
7
Ground
White
8
Voice Audio Output
Blue
9
Wiretap Switch
Brown
10
Wiretap Audio
STI-1 INTERCONNECT STRIP WIRING INFORMATION
Interconnect #
Description
1
Tone/Data Output
2
RX Audio In
3
Voice Audio Output
4
Discriminator Audio Input
5
Wiretap Switch
6
Wiretap Audio
7
Radio COR Busy Detect
8
Radio PTT
9
VIN 13 – 18 Volts DC
10
Ground
4
Radio Interface Connector P1
Voice Audio Output: (STI-1 = Pin 3 STI-2 = Pin 8): This connection supplies the transmitter with processed
audio from the telephone line. This connection should be made to the transmitter’s microphone audio input. The
level is adjustable using adjustment pot VR5 (XMIT LEVEL TO RADIO).
RX Audio In: (STI-1 = Pin 2 STI-2 = Pin 1): This lead is connected to the radio’s RX audio. This is used to pass
voice and signaling into the interconnect. This input also feeds audio in to the high-pass noise squelch filter
quieting detector circuit and the audio high-pass filter to remove the CTCSS/DCS squelch tones. The level is
adjustable using pot VR2 (RECEIVE LEVEL FROM RADIO).
Radio COR Busy Detect: (STI-1 = Pin 7 STI-2 = Pin 2): The Carrier Operated Relay (COR) connects to the
radio’s squelch detect circuit. The COR connection should be made to a point in the radio receiver's squelch
circuit that changes in DC voltage level when the squelch control is opened and closed or when a carrier comes
through and breaks the squelch. Such a point usually exists at the output of the noise rectifier. The COR polarity
can be either active high or active low. (See programming section.)
There is also a separate noise squelch busy detector that is derived from the discriminator input if no COR input is
available. Any one of these may be used for detecting busy channels (See Programming Help Menu).
Discriminator Audio In: (STI-1 = Pin 4 STI-2 = Pin 5): This optional connection is supplied by unfiltered
discriminator audio from the receiver to the interconnect’s microprocessor for detecting high frequency noise via
IC10B, IC14C, IC10C, IC10D, IC14B, IC12B and finally IC12A. It determines if the carrier is present for busy
lockout determination. This connection must be made directly to the discriminator output of the associated
receiver. The Disc Audio input must be connected at a point before de-emphasis. VR1 on IC10B sets the level.
PTT Out: (STI-1 = Pin 8 STI-2 = Pin 3): The PTT output is an open drain FET transistor with RF bypassing on
its output lead. This simply pulls the push-to-talk input of the radio to ground to key up the radio when activated by
the interconnect microprocessor.
Ground: (STI-1 = Pin 10 STI-2 = Pin 7): This connection is the main negative ground return between the radio
and the interconnect.
Tone Data Output: (STI-1 = Pin 1 STI-2 = Pin 4): Not used in the STI.
VIN 13-18 Volts DC: (STI-1 = Pin 9 STI-2 = Pin 6): Power for the interconnect is derived from the radio. Due to
the drop on the interconnect’s 12-volt regulator input, the voltage should be at least 13 volts with a maximum of
18 VDC.
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RJ-11 Connector for Telco Interface
Pin 3 - Telco Audio Tip
Pin 4 - Telco Audio Ring
This is the balanced 600-ohm telephone line interface. This interface has RF bypassing on the tip and ring to
ground as well as spark suppressors DK4 and DK5 and a self-resetting poly-switch fuse (F-2). Line balancing is
accomplished by selecting the right values of phasing capacitance using SW2 and adjusting VR8 for minimum
trans-hybrid side tone return audio on the TX Audio during receive from the radio to Telco.
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HARDWARE ALIGNMENT
Initial Radio Calibration
Using an FM service monitor, check the associated radio’s frequency error to make sure that it is in spec with
manufacturer’s specifications.
Check the radio’s modulation, bearing in mind that modulation is additive. Most radios are supposed to run
5KCs of modulation. The CTCSS tone modulation is supposed to run about .75 KCs of deviation, thus leaving
approximately 4 KCs of voice modulation for an additive total of 4.75 KCs.
Check the radio receiver’s sensitivity to make sure it conforms to the particular manufacturer’s specifications. Also
check to make sure the receiver is on frequency.
Set the radio receiver’s audio level. In the following adjustment section, we will be setting receive levels into the
interconnect. If someone changes the radio’s level significantly, it may overdrive the interconnect and cause
distortion of the decode tones or voice audio.
If the RX input level to the interconnect is too high, the input receive level pot on the interconnect may have to be
turned down so far that the adjustment becomes critical. Try to keep the level at the input at around 150 mV – 2.5
V Peak-to-Peak.
Calibration
Proceed with the interconnect adjustments using the following steps. Refer to the interconnect schematic and
printed circuit board layout for location of test points and adjustment potentiometers. As a note of caution, be sure
that the antenna output of the radio transmitter is properly terminated because the interconnect will be
automatically keyed at various points in the adjustment sequence below:
Be sure that the interconnect is properly connected to the radio. The telephone line must be connected to a dBm
meter, which in turn must be connected to the interconnect via the RJ-11 female connector.
1. Plug the PC programmer into the programming jack on the interconnect. Go to the top of the screen on the
menu bar. Click on Diagnostics and select Calibration.
2. Start by initiating a telephone call to the interconnect using an extra phone line or cell phone. When ringing is
heard, click on the RECEIVE AUDIO option using your mouse. This will complete the phone line connection
and turn on the audio path from the RX Input all the way through to IC15, the hybrid transformers T1 and T2,
and the phone line via the RJ-11 connector. Using an FM signal generator or an FM service monitor with a 1
KHz test tone set to maximum system deviation (ie. 5 KHz for a wide band system or 2.5 for a narrow band
system) and with enough signal to quiet the radio, adjust RECEIVE LEVEL FROM RADIO pot VR2 for 2.4V
peak-to-peak sine wave or 800 MV RMS or Zero (0) dB or just below clipping on Pin 7 of IC9B while
monitoring with an oscilloscope. Under a loaded condition (i.e., interconnect connected to Telephone line), set
the dBm meter with a balanced input to a bridging position. Set the TX LEVEL TO TEL LINE pot VR7 to a
level between -14 and +4 dBm so that a test tone is heard in the telephone earpiece at a desired volume.
Next, check the trans-hybrid isolation as part of this tune up procedure. Connect the scope to pin 1 of IC9A
and observe that the 1kHz test tone is present at this point, although at low amplitude. This amplitude at this
point must be reduced to the minimum possible using the balancing network. The balancing network consists
of the balancing pot VR8 and a 4-position DIP-switch (SW2), which switches the balancing caps C70-C73 on
and off. Use the DIP switch to select a combination that reduces crossover in the hybrid as seen on pin 1 of
IC9A. Each time you change DIP switch settings, fine-tune balancing pot VR8 to reduce the signal on pin 1 of
IC9A. Repeat this process until the best combination is found. If this is not set properly, voice transmitted to
the phone line from the mobile radio will be fed back into the interconnect transmit path via T1/T2 transhybrid. In simplex mode the audio fed back from the phone line may cause the telephone line VOX to
respond and cause the interconnect to key up when the mobile interconnect speaks loudly and the anti-VOX
feature is not turned on.
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With the mouse, select the TELEPHONE DTMF encode path. The microprocessor will now turn on IC8 pins 7
and 8 and the phone line will remain seized (off hook). It will also turn on IC13B and generate a DTMF tone
that is fed through to the hybrid transformer to the phone line via the RJ-11 connector. Set DTMF LEVEL TO
TEL LINE pot VR4 for –15.0 to 0 dBm to the telephone line using a dbm meter in bridging mode.
3. Next, select the TRANSMIT AUDIO using your mouse. After selecting this with your mouse, the
microprocessor will turn on the audio path from the telephone line hybrid all the way through to the radio via
TX Input (P1-8 Voice Audio Out) IC11C. Use the voice network analyzer or other instrument to transmit a
1kHz test tone at 0 dBm across the RJ11C and adjust the RX LEVEL FROM PHONE LINE pot VR6 so that
2.4 V peak-to-peak sine wave or 800 MV RMS or Zero (0) dB is seen at IC-9A Pin 1. Next set TX LEVEL TO
RADIO pot VR5 so that the transmitter is modulating at the desired system deviation while monitoring with the
service monitor. The TX path has now been calibrated. If you are unable to get enough modulation, it may be
necessary to reduce the value of R23 from 27K to perhaps 1K for low impedance Mic circuits.
4. With the mouse, select the RADIO DTMF encode path. The microprocessor will now release the phone line,
key the radio’s PTT line, and generate a DTMF tone through Q3 into FET switches IC14A and IC13A and out
the P1-3 Voice Audio Out line. Adjust DTMF LEVEL TO RADIO pot VR3 for 2/3 of system deviation using an
FM service monitor.
You may find it necessary to make further adjustments in order to fine-tune the operation of the interconnect.
This may include increasing the RX LEVEL FROM PHONE LINE if the telephone caller’s voice is dropping
out. This can be determined by actually using the interconnect to make a call.
5. After calibrating the unit, select UNIT RESET under the diagnostic menu.
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CONTROLS & INDICATORS
Power Switch: The power switch is on the front right side of the STI-1 and on the front left side of the STI-2. The
down position is off and the up position is on.
Programming Jack: There is a programming input jack (3.5 mm stereo connector) on the top left front of the STI1 (when swung open) or on the front of the STI-2. This allows a PC to program all of the features for these
products.
There are 7 indicator LED’s:
STI-1 INDICATOR LEDS
Power LED – Shows presence of voltage (13-18 VDC)
Carrier - Shows busy activity on channel.
Transmit - Shows VOX/PTT activity from Telco
DTMF Decode - Shows presence of incoming DTMF from the radio or telephone line
Tone – Not used
Ring Detector – Indicates incoming ring from the telephone line
Hook Output – Shown when the phone patch seizes the line
Green
Green
Red
Red
Green
Red
Yellow
STI-2 INDICATOR LEDS
Power LED - Shows presence of voltage (13-18 VDC)
Carrier - Shows busy activity on channel
Transmit - Shows VOX/PTT activity from Telco
DTMF Decode - Shows presence of incoming DTMF from the radio or telephone line
Tone – Not used
Ring Detector – Indicates incoming ring from the telephone line
Hook Output – Shown when the phone patch seizes the line
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
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PRODUCT PROGRAMMING
The STI radio-telephone interconnect products are programmed using the KL-4F and KL-4F-PC1 programming
cables and the STI Programming Software (not the MPS).
Software Installation:
Insert the CD into the CD-ROM drive and a browser will auto-start. If the browser does not auto-start, click on the
Start button, select Run and run the setup.exe program for the appropriate drive. Select Miscellaneou Software
from the navigation bar and then click on the STI link to start the installation process. Be certain that the “Install
KL-4 USB Driver” box is checked during the installation process.
NOTE: Please make sure any programs that are running have been closed prior to installing this software. Also,
even though it is not required, it is good practice to reboot the system after installation of new software.
Online Help:
You can access online help at any time within the program when the “?” mark icon is located in the upper right
hand corner of the current window. To utilize the online help left-click on the mouse while pointing at the “?” mark
icon. This will change the pointer to a pointer with a question mark. Place the pointer with the question mark over
the field that you need help with and left-click the mouse. This will display the online help for that field or by
pressing F1 while the is highlighted. In future versions this will be changed to right click on labels when the mouse
cursor changes from an arrow to an arrow with a question mark.
Load an Existing Configuration File:
The Configuration File contains subscriber information and system parameters for the interconnect. On the Main
Screen of the program, located on the menu bar you will see the word File. With the mouse pointing to the word
File, left click the mouse. This will open a submenu and you will see the word Load in the submenu. With the
mouse pointing to the word Load, left click the mouse. The action that was just performed should open a new
window with a title of Open. With the mouse pointing to the name of the file that you wish to load, left click the
mouse twice. This will automatically select the file to open and load the configuration file into the program.
Setting the Communications Port:
On the Main Screen of the program, located on the menu bar you will see the word “Config.” With the mouse
pointing to the word “Config,” left click the mouse. This will open a submenu and you will see the word
“Communications” in the submenu. With the mouse pointing to the word “Communications” another submenu will
popup to the right displaying selections COM1 – COM4. With the mouse pointing to the COM port that you wish
to use, left click the mouse. If the COM port is available for use, then the words “Programming” and
“Diagnostics”, which are located on the menu bar on the Main Screen, will be enabled for access. However, if the
COM port is not available for use then the words “Programming” and “Diagnostics” will remain disabled. If a
higher number COM port is being used the ini file located where the application was installed must be edited. For
Windows 7 and higher the virtual storage section must be located to make the changes.
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Read from the interconnect:
On the Main Screen of the program, located on the menu bar you will see the word “Programming.” With the
mouse pointing to the word “Programming,” left click the mouse. This will open a submenu and you will see the
words “Read Unit” in the submenu. With the mouse pointing to the “Read Unit,” left click the mouse. The action
that was just performed should open a new window with a title of “Reading Unit’s System Parameters.” If the
communication port has been setup correctly and the programmer has been plugged into the phone patch and
the pc, you should see the word “RETRIEVING” being displayed in the middle of the window. Upon successful
retrieval of the data from the interconnect, you will see the word “SUCCESS” displayed in the window. If you see
any other message, check the COM port selection, make sure the programmer is properly attached and there is
power to the interconnect.
Write all to the interconnect:
On the Main Screen of the program, located on the menu bar you will see the word “Programming.” With the
mouse pointing to the word “Programming,” left click the mouse. This will open a submenu and you will see the
word “Write” in the submenu. With the mouse pointing to the word “Write,” left click the mouse. The action that
was just performed should open a new window with a title of “Sending Unit Parameters.” If the communication
port has been setup correctly and the programmer has been plugged into the phone patch and the pc, you should
see the word “WRITING” being displayed in the middle of the window. Upon successful writing of the data to the
interconnect, you will see the word “SUCCESS” displayed in the window. If you see any other message, check
the COM port selection, make sure the programmer is properly attached and there is power to the interconnect.
Verify the interconnect:
On the Main Screen of the program, located on the menu bar you will see the word “Programming.” With the
mouse pointing to the word “Programming,” left click the mouse. This will open a submenu and you will see the
word “Verify” in the submenu. With the mouse pointing to the word “Verify,” left click the mouse. The action that
was just performed should open a new window with a title of “Verifying Unit’s System Parameters.” If the
communication port has been setup correctly and the KL-4F and KL-4F-PC1 have been plugged into the
interconnect and the pc, you should see the word “RETRIEVING” being displayed in the middle of the window.
Upon successful reading of the data and comparison to the configuration currently loaded into the program, you
will see the phrase “UNIT MATCHES” displayed in the window. If the data that was retrieved from the
interconnect does not match the configuration currently loaded into the program you will see the phrase “UNIT
DOES NOT MATCH.” If you see any other messages, check the COM port selection, make sure the programmer
is properly attached and there is power to the interconnect.
Write updates to the Interconnect:
If after reading the device or performing at least a write all to the device and a change to the parameters is made,
a write updates can be performed rather than having to write all data again.
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ANI Length: This specifies the number of digits used in the ANI. If a value of 0 is used, the unit will
work in a single user mode. If a value of 4 is used then the unit will work in a multi-user mode. In a
single user mode of operation all speed dial entries are available for use. In a multi-user mode the
speed dial entries can be assigned to different users if desired.
Up/Down Digit Relative to ANI Position: This field is only shown if the ANI length is set to 4 digits.
This item allows the interconnect to know where to look for the Interconnect Up and Down Digits in
relation to the incoming ANI digits. For example, if the selection is made for Leading and the
Interconnect Up Digit = * and the Interconnect Down Digit = # then the sequence of entered digits
would be:
*ANI = Bring the Interconnect Up with the following ANI
#ANI = Bring the Interconnect Down with the following ANI
and vice versa if the selection for Trailing is made:
ANI* = Bring the Interconnect Up with the following ANI
ANI# = Bring the Interconnect Down with the following ANI
NOTE: You may or may not need the ANI digits when bringing Down the Interconnect depending on the
setting of Allow Disconnect with No ANI item located on the Subscribers Configuration Form.
Enable Direct Access: If checked the telephone caller can get directly onto the radio system without a
field radio answering or if an access number is entered into the field the caller must enter an access
code prior to being given access to the radio system. If using the access number the caller will receive
a tone prompt to indicate to the phone caller to enter the access code. Note: This feature may not be
allowed by all national communications authorities. Check with your local authorities prior to use.
Tone Digit For Connect: This field sets the DTMF tone that will cause the radio phone patch to take
the phone line off hook. The selection range is 0-9, A-D, * and #. The * tone is typically used for
connecting.
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Tone Digit For Disconnect: This field sets the DTMF tone that will cause the radio phone patch to put
the phone line on hook. The selection range is 0-9, A-D, * and #. The # tone is typically used for
disconnecting.
Connect/Disconnect Tone Minimum Time: This sets the time in 10 millisecond increments that the tone must
be present before the unit will accept the connect or the disconnect command (50 msec to 2.55 sec)
Toll Override Access Management Code: This access code allows a Subscriber or System Operator to
override any Toll Restrict Settings that may be in force. Note: Digits used for Interconnect Up and Down should
not be used as part of the Toll Override Access Code.
Mobile to Telco DTMF Regenerator Delay: This is a delay from the time the unit brings the Telco off hook and
before dialing begins. Since the unit does not detect if dial tone is present a value of 1 to 2 seconds is usually
adequate for dial tone to become present before dialing commences.
Allow Over Air Speed Dial Reprogramming: This is a global enable/disable for allowing Subscribers to
Program/Not Program Speed Dial locations respectively. This allows the System Operator to disable Over The
Air Programming without having to visit each Subscriber Record.
Base/Repeater Type: Select between Simplex, Simplex with Sampling, Half-Duplex and Full-Duplex. Simplex
and Simplex with Sampling are used when the RX and TX frequencies are the same. Simplex with Sampling
gives the radio user a means to take control of the call if the phone caller is talking too long or is using obscene
language. Half-Duplex is used when the RX and TX frequencies are different and the base station does not
transmit and receive simultaneously. Full-Duplex is used when the RX and TX frequencies are different and the
base station transmits and receives simultaneously.
Privacy Tone Select: If the unit is setup to operate in a Half Duplex mode, this parameter will instruct the unit to
generate noise, block audio or allow audio to pass back over the transmitter when the portable in the field is
talking.
Channel Busy Release Delay: This programs the amount of time that the interconnect will consider the radio
channel to be busy after a radio busy condition has been detected and released. This applies to all types of busy
detection inputs. The phone patch will not key-up the radio during the delay period when operating in Simplex
modes therefore we recommend you keep it less than 1 second. This field will only affect Half Duplex and Full
Duplex during this initial call setup until “ownership” of the channel is acquired.
Channel Busy Detection Source: This allows you to select which of the following sources will be used for radio
busy detection; Carrier-Operated Relay (COR) via the COR input lead or the quieting filter via the discriminator
input.
COR Logic Polarity: Select whether a Logic Low or Logic High is the active state of the radio’s busy channel.
Simplex Telco VOX Sampling Interval: This sets the time in seconds the telephone caller may talk continuously.
When this timer expires, a go-ahead beep is transmitted to the field radio and the radio user is given a small
window of time to seize control of the conversation.
Simplex Telco VOX Sampling Width: This sets the amount of time in 100 msec increments the telephone caller
is locked out, giving the radio an opportunity to seize control.
Simplex Go Ahead Courtesy Tone: When the unit is being operated in a Simplex mode, this checkbox will
enable courtesy Go-Ahead Tones to indicate when the channel is clear so the other party can take a turn.
Morse Code ID String: This item is provided to allow the unit to issue a Station Identifier in Morse Code at a
programmable time. This item will be ignored if no Characters are entered. Otherwise, the characters entered
will be converted to the appropriate Morse Code equivalents before being transmitted.
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Morse Code ID Output Delay Time: This item instructs the unit how often (0-60 minutes) to issue the CW-ID
String. If the CW-ID String has no characters defined and the Delay Timer is greater than 0 Minutes then nothing
will be transmitted. If the Delay Timer is set to 0 Minutes and the CW-ID String has characters defined nothing
will be transmitted.
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Telco Hangup Disconnect Time: This sets the amount of time that the unit will wait before seizing the
phone line after disconnecting any previous call.
Telco Abandoned Call Timeout: Once a connection is completed between the Telco caller and a
radio user, this field is used to determine if the Telco caller is active by monitoring the VOX circuit. If no
activity is detected on the Telco then a disconnect sequence will be sent to the radio user indicating the
loss of Telco activity and the connection between the Telco and radio user will be disconnected.
Telco VOX Release Delay Time: The VOX circuit in the unit is a fast attack detector that triggers the
micro’s input when someone speaks. To prevent it from dropping out between words, the micro has a
programmable release time. We recommend using at least 800ms. This time can be extended if the
telephone caller’s voice drops out between words.
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Number of Rings For Interconnect to Answer Multi-User: This controls how many times the
telephone must ring before the unit will go off-hook and answer an incoming Telco call. If set to 2, the
unit will go off-hook during the second ring.
Minimum Ring Detection Time: This controls how long a ringing signal from Telco must be present in
order to register one ring. A value of 0.8 to 1.0 second should prove adequate for most Telco systems.
Pulse Dialing Make/Break Ratio: If the unit is connected to a telephone line which accepts DTMF dialing, this
field should be set to Tone Dialing. If DTMF is not supported, the unit can be made to do pulse dialing by
selecting the appropriate make/break ratio. Currently supported make/break ratios are 40/60, 33/67, and 20/30
milliseconds.
Pulse Dialing Inter-digit Gap Time: When using pulse dialing, this controls the amount of time to wait between
dialing each digit.
Mobile Regenerated Dialed Digit On Time: This sets the amount of time the DTMF encoder generates a tone to
the Telco. We recommend about 100 msec.
Mobile Regenerated Dialed Digit Off Time: This sets the amount of time the DTMF encoder stops generating a
tone between digits. We recommend about 100 msec.
Repeater/Base Station Key-Up Delay: This sets how long the unit will wait to send any tone dialing over the
radio channel. This should take into consideration how long it takes the associated transmitter to key up, come up
to full power, and how long it takes the receiving unit to wake up its carrier detect.
Courtesy Tone For Portable/Mobile Ringing: This feature is used to send courtesy ringing tones to a radio unit
if needed. If a 0 is programmed into this field no courtesy tones are sent to the radio which allows the call to the
radio unit to rely on its’ decoder for ringing. Please Note the Timeout Delay For Portable/Mobile to Answer
register will always override and disconnect when the timer has expired regardless of the setting of this register.
Timeout Delay For Portable/Mobile To Answer: This is used to provide an automatic disconnect if the radio unit
that is being called does not answer within the specified period of time. It is not recommended that this ever be
set to 0 except for purposes of testing. The recommended setting of this field should be between 5 to 10
seconds.
Telco Received First Digit Detection Timeout: This allows the unit to look for the first incoming DTMF digit from
the Telco. If the Telco has not entered a DTMF Digit within this time period the Error Tone is sent to the Telco
followed by a Disconnect Tone and then the unit hangs up the Telco connection. The unit then goes back into an
idle state and waits for further activity.
Telco Received Dialing Inter-digit Gap Delay: This item allows the unit to look for successive incoming DTMF
digits from the Telco after the first digit has been entered. If the Telco has not entered a DTMF Digit within this
inter-digit time period, the unit will then ascertain if it can continue to process the already collected information
from the Telco or if a data entry error was made. If the unit can continue with the information already collected it
will do so. However, if the unit detects an error with the information collected it will then generate the Error Tone
message and/or a Disconnect Tone message after which the Telco will be disconnected. The unit will go back
into an idle state and wait for further activity.
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Mobile to Base Abandoned Call Timeout: This sets the amount of time before the phone patch disconnects its
call to the telephone line if the mobile forgets to disconnect. The timer starts after the last transmission from the
Radio.
PTT Click Count For Call: This allows a radio subscriber to click the radio PTT x number of times to answer an
incoming telephone call, disconnect from a telephone call, or to force a speed dial call on the telco if specified.
Otherwise, an error tone will be issued to the radio Subscriber indicating that the feature is disabled. Note: The
PTT Clicks for Speed Dial feature will only work if the subscriber has one Speed Dial Entry assigned as Offset
Entry 000.
PTT Click Count Delay Time: This specifies how quick a subscriber must click the PTT on the radio x number of
times to get the specified number to dial out on the telco. If the specified number is not defined then the
subscriber will receive an error tone indicating that this feature is not enabled.
DTMF Dialed Digit To Mobile On Time: This sets the amount of time the DTMF encoder generates a tone to the
mobile. We recommend this to be between 60 msec to 100 msec.
DTMF Dialed Digit To Mobile Off Time: This sets the amount of time the DTMF encoder stops generating a tone
between digits. We recommend this to be between 40 msec to 100 msec.
Telco Busy Signal Wait Time For Auto Disconnect: The busy signal that results from calling a busy telephone
number may prevent the radio from transmitting a disconnect ANI to the unit. To prevent the situation, the radio
phone patch can detect the presence of a busy signal. This field controls how long after dialing that the unit will
wait for a busy signal. If a busy signal is detected during this time, the unit will automatically disconnect the call.
Base/Mobile Received First Digit Detection Timeout: This item allows the unit to look for the first incoming
DTMF digit from the field radio. If the field radio has not entered a DTMF Digit within this time period the Error
Tone is sent to the field radio followed by a Disconnect Tone. The unit then goes back into an idle state and waits
for further activity.
Base/Mobile Received Dialing Inter-digit Gap Delay: This item allows the unit to look for successive incoming
DTMF digits from the radio after the first digit has been entered. If the radio has not entered a DTMF Digit within
this inter-digit time period, the unit will then ascertain if it can continue to process the already collected information
from the radio or if a data entry error was made. If the unit can continue with the information already collected it
will do so. However, if the unit detects an error with the information collected it will then generate the Error Tone
message and/or a Disconnect Tone message after which the radio will be disconnected. The unit will go back
into an idle state and wait for further activity.
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Subscriber Quick Pick: This feature is not available in Single User mode. In Multi-User mode, if ANI Length on
the System Configuration Form is greater than 0 digits, this list will provide a sorted pick list of ANI’s with the
subscriber name if a name was defined. By clicking on the arrow on the right hand side of the field, a list will be
provided to select from the defined subscribers in the database.
ANI ID: If ANI Length on the System Configuration Form is greater than 0 digits, this field allows the entry of
unique ANI digits. If the ANI Length is specified to be 4 digits and the operator only enters in a 3 digit ANI, then
the ANI will be left padded with 0’s to force the 4 digit ANI size.
User Name: If ANI Length on the System Configuration Form is greater than 0 digits, this field allows the entry of
a User Name to be identified with the ANI that should have been entered. The user name can be up to 20
characters in length.
Record Status: This is an information only field that indicates whether the currently selected subscriber record is
Active (enabled) or Disabled.
Enable Subscriber Account: Check this box to enable the subscriber.
Active User Call Limit Reset: If this option is enabled, it will allow the subscriber to reset the call limit timeout
timer for another full session of time. This command only works while a subscriber is connected to either an
incoming or outgoing telephone call.
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Speed Dial (OTAP) Enable: If this option is enabled, it will allow the subscriber to add and modify speed dial
entries that are assigned to that subscriber over the air
Last User Last Number Redial: If this option is enabled, it will allow the currently selected subscriber to redial
the last number that was entered by them.
Transpond Acknowledgements: If this option is enabled, the field unit must transpond within 2 seconds after
being called otherwise the Telco caller will be disconnected.
Call Limit: This item sets the time allowed per connection. 1 minute before the time expires, a warning tone will
be sent to the radio letting the subscriber know of the impending disconnection. If the Call Limit Reset option is
enabled for that subscriber and the subscriber enters the command to reset the timer a Go Ahead tone will be
sent to the subscriber. Otherwise, an Error Tone will be sent to the subscriber.
Interconnect Disconnect Validation: DTMF ANI: If this item is not checked, then the unit will accept any valid
incoming Down Digit command to bring the interconnect down. Otherwise, if the item is checked, then the unit
will force the subscriber to issue the ANI and also the down digit before allowing the interconnect to be brought
down.
Toll Restrict Profile: The programming screen contains the text “Profile 1.” The profile names can be changed
to be more descriptive by going to the Toll Restricts Profile Form. During add or edit mode of a subscriber record
you can select a Toll Restrict Profile to be applied to the current subscriber. After selecting, you will see the
parameters for the profile updated in the fields below and to the right of the selection field. The fields that show
the profile are information fields only. To make changes to the profile you must change the profile under menu
Config > Toll Restrict Profile.
Max Digits Allowed To Dial: This places a limit on the maximum number of digits that the radio subscriber can
dial into the phone system.
Max Speed Dial Entries: This sets a limit on the maximum number of speed dial entries the currently selected
subscriber can access.
Note: There are only 100 total available speed dial locations. So if you have 100 subscribers and wanted them to
all have speed dial capability, the most you could assign to each subscriber would be 1. Please note that the if 99
entries is assigned to each subscriber and there are 100 subscribers in the system, the assignment of speed dial
locations would be on a first come first serve basis.
Current Speed Dial Entries: This is an information only field that shows how many speed dial entries are
currently in use by the selected subscriber.
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Profile Name: This allows for a name to be assigned to the Toll Restrict Profile for easier identification. Some
examples are “International”, “Long Distance”, “Local” and “Restrict 900”.
Restrict Leading 0: When checked, any phone number beginning with a 0 will be considered invalid. You will
not need to add any other entries to the restrict matrix unless specific prefix restrictions are desired.
Restrict Leading 1: When checked, any phone number beginning with a 1 will be considered invalid. You will
not need to add any other entries to the restrict matrix unless specific prefix restrictions are desired.
Restricts: The columns labeled Digit 1, Digit 2, Digit 3 and Digit 4 are representative of the leading digits in a
phone number. The rows labeled Entry 1, Entry 2, Entry 3 and Entry 4 are representative of the total possible
verification checks against each phone number passed through the restrict checking filter. The valid entries for
each position are any DTMF Digit and also the letter x. It is important to note that even though any DTMF digit
may be used, it is highly recommended that the defined Up and Down digits used for the Interconnect not be used
in this matrix. The letter x is used to indicate a don’t care entry and is ignored during the verification checks.
Note: It is recommended that the restrict digits are defined one digit more than are defined in the Override Matrix.
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Overrides: From the above figure, you see the Toll Restrict Profile Overrides matrix. The columns labeled Digit
1, Digit 2, Digit 3 and Digit 4 are representative of the leading digits in a phone number. The rows labeled Entry
1, Entry 2, Entry 3 and Entry 4 are representative of the total possible verification checks against each phone
number passed through the overrides checking filter. The valid entries for each position are any DTMF Digit and
also the letter x. It is important to note that even though any DTMF digit may be used, it is highly recommended
that the defined Up and Down digits used for the Interconnect not be used in this matrix. The letter x is used to
indicate a don’t care entry and is ignored during the verification checks. Note: It is recommended that the override
digits are defined one digit less than are defined in the Restrict Matrix.
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OPERATION
Mobile to Landline Calling
There are several ways to call a telephone number in the public switched telephone network from a portable or
mobile two-way radio. One method employs using multiple PTT clicks to dial a dedicated per subscriber speed
dial on a multi-user system. This requires an ANI with quick multiple PTT clicks to activate the speed dial for the
ANI verified subscriber. On a single user system no ANI is required. Multiple clicks following ANI can also bring
the system down for multi-user setups.
The other method requires the radio subscriber to use a DTMF keypad. A “Connect” tone (usually a *) is
transmitted, usually with ANI, for verification to get line seizure and dial tone. After sending the connect digit
release the PTT and listen for the dial tone presence before continuing or the unit will issue an error sequence
and disconnect the call. Then the subscriber dials the desired number with his DTMF keypad. The phone patch
provides various levels of toll restrictions. A “Disconnect” tone (usually a #) is transmitted, usually with ANI to
terminate the call. The caller will send a connect ANI plus dialing sequence to enter the phone patch and the unit
will verify the ANI and dial the digits into the phone system using DTMF or pulse dialing. After ringing occurs, the
radio subscriber may send additional DTMF digits to activate voice mails or other types of subscriber services. In
order to do this the user may have to hold the Push-to-Talk button down on the radio while dialing the digits.
Landline to Mobile
To make a call to a radio from a telephone line, the phone line user must dial the appropriate phone number to
reach the interconnect. The unit will detect ringing for the programmed number of times (usually 1 or 2 rings) and
then generate a go-ahead tone so that the calling party can dial the mobile extension number in a multi-user
system. In a single user system ringing is passed over the air. After the interconnect sends the DTMF over the air
to the radio it can ring from its own decoder or the interconnect can transmit a courtesy ring tone. The user may
then send multiple clicks to answer the call. When using a base station in simplex mode the interconnect will key
up using a programmable VOX timer to key the radio. There is also a simplex sampling mode available to allow
the mobile to take control of the interconnect in case of a long-winded or cursing landline caller. There is a full
duplex mode when using a repeater with duplex mobiles. There is a half duplex mode when using a repeater with
simplex radios. In half duplex when the radio is transmitting to the Telco trans-hybrid side tone audio from the
interconnect to the mobile can be passed, muted, or jammed with a tone.
When using the direct connect feature and the interconnect answers the caller will automatically get access to the
radio system or will hear a tone prompt to indicate to the caller to enter the access code before being granted
access to the radio system. Midian recommends using an access code, to prevent accidental access to the radio
system by non-authorized callers. Once access has been granted the caller can talk over the radio system or
selectively call a specific unit using the DTMF signaling of the telephone.
STI Manual Control By Dispatcher
The STI-1 and STI-2 can have the STI Option A added for use in HF SSB Systems. HF SSB systems do not offer
a COR indication and DTMF signaling is unreliable. In order to use the STI in an HF system the STI Option A
must be used. This enables the dispatcher to connect field radios to the phone or phone callers to the field radios.
For more information on this option, please reference the STI Option A manual.
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THEORY OF OPERATION
Power Requirements
The unit receives its 13–18 VDC from the radio via the P1-9. The unit incorporates a 12V regulator, IC4, to power
the Telephone Audio Line Driver, IC15A and B. This 12 volt regulator requires a minimum of 13 volts to properly
regulate. There is also a separate analog pseudo-ground bias source, R75/76 and C60, to put a 6V analog
pseudo-ground reference on IC15. All of the other audio and logic circuitry utilize a 5V regulator, IC3. IC3 also has
a low voltage reset to protect the micro and EEPROM during power glitches. Both regulators are controlled by the
on-off switch and are protected by an auto-resettable fuse (F1), surge protector DK1, and RF bypass cap C11. D4
provides polarity protection by opening the fuse if power is reversed. There is also a 2.5V analog pseudo-ground
reference for the audio circuitry. IC10A and its associated components R19, R20, C16, 17, 18, 19, 20, & 21,
generate this reference.
DTMF Decode Audio Path
The DTMF decoder receives audio from either the Telephone line or the radio. During an incoming land line call,
the microprocessor will steer the DTMF audio from the Telephone line via T1, adjustment pot VR6 (REC LEVEL
FROM TELCO) and IC9A to FET switch U13C. It is then fed from Pin 4 of IC13C to input coupling cap C1 and
gain resistors R2 and R3 of the DTMF decoder chip IC2. The DTMF decoder then presents binary information
and strobe to the microprocessor for decoding and processing.
DTMF and voice audio from the radio receiver comes into the RX input and is RF bypassed by C22. It is then
presented to IC9B for an adjustable gain controlled by adjustment pot VR2 (REC LEVEL FROM RADIO). DTMF
and voice audio out of Pin 7 of IC9B is fed to a hi-pass filter to remove CTCSS/DCS tone squelch via IC9C &
IC9D. The output of the hi-pass feeds back to an input on IC13C, Pin 3, where it is again steered back to the
decoder circuit as shown in the paragraph above.
DTMF Encode Audio Path
DTMF is generated in IC2 and output on Pin 8 where it is fed into the base of Q3, an emitter-follower that has a
FET switch that can steer two different pot-adjustable emitter resistors for transmitting DTMF audio either to the
Telephone switch or to the radio transmitter modulator.
DTMF adjustment pot VR4 (DTMF LEVEL TO TELCO) feeds over to IC13B Pin 1, where it’s audio is steered to
the RX audio driver circuit, IC15A & B, to feed into the Telephone line. DTMF adjustment pot VR3 (DTMF LEVEL
TO RADIO) feeds over to IC13A Pin 13, where the microprocessor steers its audio into the TX audio circuit,
IC11C. The output of this circuit feeds the radio transmitter modulator and has an RF bypass cap, C25.
Radio Receive Audio Path
The receive audio from the radio to the Telephone line is applied across RF bypass cap C22. It is then fed into
adjustable gain stage IC9B. Pot VR2 (RECEIVE LEVEL FROM RADIO) sets the input level to the DTMF decoder
and the high-pass filter IC9C and IC9D. The high-pass filter removes the low frequency CTCSS/DCS if the radio
does not already do so. Filtered audio is then fed into Pin 2 of IC13B, where the microprocessor switches it out on
Pin 15 of IC13B to pot VR7 (TX LEVEL TO TEL LINE). VR7 can then be set to the appropriate level to drive the
Telephone line tip and ring. IC15A and B is a differential line driver that drives Pins 1 & 10 of T2. It has its own 6V
analog pseudo-ground reference, R75/76 and C80, on both of the non-inverting inputs. The phone line hybrid
T1/T2 employs a surge protection device, DK5 & DK4, and two RF bypass caps to ground C68 and C69.
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Radio Transmit Audio Path
The transmit audio path from the Telephone line to the transmitter modulator originates on T1 pin 10. DK2 across
the winding of T1 acts as a surge suppresser. Audio is coupled into the hybrid winding of T1 and across pot VR6
(RECEIVE LEVEL FROM TELCO). The audio is fed into gain stage IC9A and coupled over to IC13A, Pin 12. The
microprocessor steers the audio through IC13A to Pin 14. Pot VR5 (TX LEVEL TO RADIO) passes the audio
through gain stage IC11C, to the TX output via coupling resistor R23 and capacitor C28. Resistor R23 can be
lowered if necessary to drive lower impedance Mic inputs. C25 is an RF bypass cap.
Telco Line VOX
The unit is designed to be used in duplex or simplex. In simplex, the radio transmitter must be able to key up
automatically when the phone line party desires to talk. Audio from the Telephone line on T1 is fed through U9A
to Telco line circuit VOX IC11B and 11A. This is a fast attack circuit through Q5 discharging C40. The output of
IC11A is fed into Pin 39/40 of the U1, so it can control the push-to-talk transistor Q1 which provides a logic low to
the PTT line of the radio. There is also a PTT LED indicator to show when the radio is being keyed. The release
time is programmable in software by the VOX release delay time register.
Busy Lockout Methods
Radio VOX: There is an identical radio anti-VOX circuit that receives audio from two different paths. These paths
are selected by the microprocessor, which controls IC14B and also IC14C. If the micro has been programmed for
radio VOX busy lockout, then receive audio from IC9B goes into the high-pass filters IC9C and IC9D and into Pin
1 of IC14B, where it is routed to the radio VOX circuit IC12B/A. When voice audio from this path is detected, the
microprocessor considers the channel to be busy. There is a busy LED that illuminates when a busy condition is
detected.
Hi-pass Filter: If the microprocessor is programmed to use a squelch-quieting busy lockout method, then audio
from IC9B is routed into Pin 3 of IC14C or optionally, Pin 5 of IC14C, if the discriminator audio input is used via
IC10B. In either case, high frequency squelch noise (above 5.5 KC) is filtered by IC10C and IC10D and fed into
Pin 2 of IC14B for detection by the radio busy detection VOX circuit. In this case, if there is no squelch noise due
to quieting due to carrier signal, the microprocessor will recognize a busy condition.
COR: There is also available a carrier operated relay input lead that turns on Q6 to tell the microprocessor that
the radio’s own squelch circuit has detected a signal and therefore provides a busy indication to the interconnect.
Ring Detector
Opto-isolator IC8 pins 5 and 6 are used to detect ringing on the Telco line. This causes Pin 3 of IC8 to go low
during the presence of inbound ringing, turning on Ring LED 2 and driving the micro to detect an incoming call.
Line Seizure (Off Hook)
IC8 pins 7 and 8 are used to seize the phone line. This opto-isolator is also used for pulse dialing when DTMF is
not available. LED3 indicates Off-Hook seizure or pulse dialing.
Microprocessors and EEPROMs
U1 is a Motorola 8-bit microprocessor and is the controller for the interconnect. It is read-write programmable via
the programming interface jack, using a stereo 3.5mm jack. There are two EEPROMS, IC5 and IC6. Q6 & Q7
share a common emitter resistor to feed TX and RX audio to the recorder.
Hybrid Transformer
T1 and T2 is a hybrid transformer for interfacing to the phone line. DIP switch SW2 is used to select phasing caps
C70, 71, 72, & 73 for nulling the hybrid. Fine adjustment is accomplished by adjusting balance pot VR8. During
receive calibration test a scope can be connected to pin 1 of IC9 and pot VR8 adjusted for minimum trans-hybrid
return signal when the hybrid is seizing the phone line and passing radio receive audio to the telephone line.
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MIDIAN CONTACT INFORMATION
MIDIAN ELECTRONICS, INC.
2302 East 22nd Street
Tucson, Arizona 85713 USA
Toll-Free: 1-800-MIDIANS
Main: 520-884-7981
E-mail: sales@midians.com
Web: www.midians.com
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ALSO SEE LOWER RIGHT CORNER
P2
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P2A:13
COPB2:13
PB2:13
P2A:14
COP2A:14RX OUT
PB2:14
COPB2:14
P2A:8
COP2A:8 RX IN
PB2:8
COPB2:8
P2A:3
COP2A:3
PIP2A03
PIPB203 PB2:3
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P2A:6
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COPB2:10
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PIPB2013
PIP2A014
PIPB2014
PIP2A08
PIPB208
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PIR9302
PIR2601
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8
COTP10
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B
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R85
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TONE OUT TO FLAT AUDIO
FOR POCSAG CTCSS/DCS
COP1:1
P1:1 PIP101
PIR8801
PIIC1802
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C68
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PIVR402
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PIC5402 C54
COC54
PIC5401 100p
COR35
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47K
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PIC50 2
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PIC6901
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PIVR901
6
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PIR5701
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130K
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CTCSS REMOVAL
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COTP11 C76
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R114
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PIR8101
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R56
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PIR5601
10
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COC8
PIR5702
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R70
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R57
220K
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51K
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PIC4 02 C44
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PIC4 01 .47u
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LM324
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R68
PIR6 01
RECEIVE LEVEL
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12
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PIC3701
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SWITCH
14
PIIC9014
COC37
C37
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IC14:2
74HC4053
PIR5401
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BUSY DETECTION
42
15
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IC9:3
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R66
4.7K
13
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8
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C33
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PID50AB02 PID50AB01
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PIR6901
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3
PIIC1803
2
PIIC1401 Y1
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24
PIU1024
18
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10
1
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7
PIT107
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16
PIU1016
36
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LM324
COR47
R47
10
PIT1010
IC18:4
*
*
16
5
34
PIC4501
75K
VAN
PIIC605
GND
PIRC7501
PIC7401 C74
COC74 RC75
CORC75
*
3.3K
PIC7402
PIRC7502
PIIC807
COIC6
IC6
AT25128AN
14
PIIC10014
PISW203
PISW204
PIC7201 C72
COC72 PIC7301 C73
COC73
PIC7202 .047u PIC7302 .1u
COIC8:4
IC8:4
7241 7
8
PIIC1806
PIIC17016
COC82
C82
*
6
A1
LM324
PIC2 01 COC22
C22
PIC2 02 560p
SI
4
PIIC604
13
PIIC10013 -
COR50
R50
PIR5102
PIIC606
A0
COIC14:3
IC14:3
74HC4053
COIC9:2
IC9:2
7
PIIC607
SCK
35
5
PIIC905 a
PIC4502
LM324
PIR50 1
COR51
R51
6.8K
PIC4601 PIC4602
COIC10:3
IC10:3
HOLD
WP
7
PIIC907
8
PIIC1008
10
PIIC10010a
PIC4702 PIC4701
PIR5101
6
E\ PIIC1406
8
GND PIIC1408
7
VEE PIIC1407
5
PIIC1405 Z0
7
PIC4902 PIC4901 PIC4801 PIC4802
SO
PIC8302
PIR90 2
15
9
PIIC1709
*
PIQ130E
19
1
6
PIIC906 -
PIR2102
VCC 4
Z PIIC1404
9
PIIC1009-
2
PIIC602
4
PI C1708 PI C1706 PI C1703 PI C17010
COQ13
Q13
*
PIR8601PIQ130B
PISW202
PIC7101 C71
COC71
PIC7102 .01u
PIR8002
PIQ130C
PIR8602
7
3
120K
PIC2301 PIC2302 PIR2101
C
3
PIIC1403 Z1
PIR2201
COC47
C47
.001u
8
PIIC608
PIR8901
PIIC17015
11
PIIC17011
2
PIIC1702
COR86
R86
*
PIVR801
COVR8
VR8
5K
PIIC808
FUTURE
5
HANGUP PIIC1805COIC18:4
COR89
R89
* C83
COC83
*
PIIC1704
COIC17
IC17
7
19
RX IN
COR21
R21
.47u
PIP102
PI C1409 PI C14016
PIR4902
13
PIIC17013
14
PIIC17014
PI C1701 PI C1705
PIIC1707
B0
COP1:2
P1:2
47K
PIVR201 PIR2202
COC49
COC48
C49
C48
.001u .001u
16
VCC
3
PIR1 302
5
CS
PIIC603
2.4K
COC46
C46 PIR4602 COC45
C45
.001u
.001u
PIY202
12
PIIC17012
B0
COR22
R22
PIVR2022
PIVR203
9
COR46
R46
COY2
Y2
*
PIC8102 PIC8101
B4
1M
PIR4601
COR49
R49
3.3K
COR113
R113
*
PIIC505
1
PIIC601
4
COVR2
VR2
COC23
C23
PIR4901
PIC7802 C78
COC78
PIC7801 .47u
PIY201
6
PIIC506
SI
COIC8:1
IC8:1
7241
6
OBSOLETE MODEM
PIR8902
11
RX LEVEL
FROM RADIO
PIC9702 C97
COC97 PIC9802 C98
COC98
PIC9701 * PIC9801 *
PIC8002
PIR1 301
+5V
+5V
PIC920
PIC9201
COC92
C92
*
PIVR803
PIVR802
COSW2:4
SW2:4
COT1
T1
PREM_8064
COC80
C80
22
PIU1022
PIT106
33
5
PISW205
COSW2:3
SW2:3
3
PIIC802
32
PISW206
COSW2:2
SW2:2
PIT103
6
4
PIT104
HOOK
37
*
COR32
R32
100K
8
1
7
SCK
GND
2
PIR1 02
PIR3201
COR109
R109
100K
PISW201
PIC70 1 C70
COC70
PIC70 2 .01u
PIIC801
IRQ
PISW207
COSW2:1
SW2:1
PIT101
PIC8001
PIR109 1
PISW208
RX_TEL
A5
19
PIU1019
PIR7802
1
COR111
R111
100K
+5V
+5V
74HC4053
+5V
2
PIU102
NC3
7
PIQ30C
+5V
COR7
R7
20K
D7
40
PIU1040
X0PIIC13012
COIC13:1
IC13:1
74HC4053
25
PIU1025
39
PIU1039
PI C1401
COLED2
LED2
RED
RING
A6
PIU107
12
3
COR92
R92
11
12
COVR5
VR5
10K
8
PIIC208 **
5
PIIC205 VSS
10
PIIC2010 CS
PIR7601
PIC60 1 C60
COC60 R76
COR76
.47u
20K
PIC60 2
PIR7602
PIR40 1
PIR7801
COIC15:2
IC15:2
TLC272
PIIC1505a
3
PIT203
COT2
T2
PREM_8064
3
11
PIU1011
5
COR40
R40
1K
1
PIT201
COR78
R78
330R
5
12
7
PIIC1507
6
PIIC2012
6 PIIC1506
PIR7502
7
XX
4
7
PIIC207 OSC2
PIC3902
14
2
14
PIY102
+5V
11
PITP301
PIIC13014X
COC29
C29
.47u
COR25
R25
22K
PIR2401
COIC11:3
IC11:3
560p
A0
PIR5902
COTP3
TP3
PI C1301
PITP201
100K
COC25
C25
12
PIU1012
6
PIIC14012X0
COTP2
TP2
COR24
R24
PIR2301
14
PIC301 PIC302
DTMF LEVEL
TO RADIO
PIR9102
PIC9301
8
PIIC1108
PIIC2014
COC39
C39
*
7.5K
COC93
C93
COP1:3
P1:3
Q0
1
PIR5901
PIR11902
COR91
R91
20K
3.58 MHz
COY1
Y1
COIC11:1
IC11:1
PI C1 01 LM324
PIC3901
PIQ100B PIR11901
B25PIQ10 E
COR23
R23
B0
PIR11001
PIR910
.47u
13
PIU1013
COR59
R59
1.8M
390K
PIQ10 C
COQ10
Q10
PIR2402
15
PIIC2015
PIU106
PIR11002
PIR1602
COC28
C28
Q1
PIIC1101
3
PIR60 2
VAN
PI C1 04
PIIC1103a
PIC40 1 C40
COC40
PIR60 1
PIC40 2 .1u R60
COR60
COC3
C3
22p
2
PIIC1102-
6
PIIC1107
+5V
PIR6301
PIR6402
PIIC1106 -
PIR6502
PIY101
PIR7402
1
220K
COC41
C41
COR63
R63
1M
PIQ20C
PIR40 2
8
COR64
R64
PIR6302
COR61
R61
1.2M
PIR7401
COR75
R75
20K
2
C
DTMF RX
SWITCH
9
PIR6101
COR74 3.3K
R74
PIR7501
PIQ20B
V+
VCC
6
PIIC1306
E\
8 GND
PIIC1308
7 VEE
PIIC1307
TEL LINE VOX
6
PIIC206
OSC1
PIC202 PIC201
PIR3901
COQ2
Q2
Y25
V-
PI C1309
*
VOICE, DTMF, 2/5 TONE, 1200 POCSAG
B1
4
PI C13016
PIIC1304 Z
BSS
PIQ60S
COR16
R16
PIC9302
14
PIU1014
4
PIT204
6
PIT206
3
16
4
COR17
R17
COQ6
Q6
PIR5502 PIQ60G
PIR1601
PIC902 COC9
C9
PIC901 560p
16
PIIC2016
22p
PIR7301
16
PIQ60D
4.7K
PIR5501
Q2
2
PIIC202
IN-
COC2
C2
PIR6202
PIQ20E
PIR7302
2
COR55
R55
PID303
B2
PIDK301 DK3
CODK3
PIDK302 10V
COR73 3.3K
R73
+12V
7
PIT207
VCC
COR IN
PID301
15
PIU1015
10
PIT2010
GND
PIP107
GREEN
CARR
PIC3102
PIC3101
PIR1702
A4
COP1:7
P1:7
PILED502
COC31
C31
.1u
PILED302
20K
PIR1502
17
PIIC2017
PIR301
PIC5602 C56
COC56
.01u
PIC5601
COR39
R39
100K
PIR7702
COIC15:1
PI C1504 IC15:1
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Q3
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2
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R15
100K
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PIR202
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R77
330R
PI C1508
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PID302
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PIIC2018
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VREF
3
PIIC203
GS
82K
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PIPAD101
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COLED7
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2
COPAD1
PAD1
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COLED3
LED3
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HOOK
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1
BUSY FROM PARALLEL DPT UNIT
EST
COR3
R3
TCAP
PIR7101
3
PILED701
PIC102 PIC101 PIR201
PIR4201
1K
PIR1 02
COR2
R2
100K
PIQ140S
PIVR701
PIR3802
PIC5902.47u
COR71
R71
24K
PIVR702 PIC5701 PIC5702
1
COR10
R10
1K
COC1
C1
.47u
COR42
R42
1K
100K
19
PIIC2019
1
PIIC201
41
PIU1041
COC57
C57
.47u
COVR7
VR7
10K
COR38
R38
ST/GT
CP
PITP101
PIVR703
3
COR11
R11
PIR4202
TCMP
PIR3801
20
PIIC2020
PIR4101
COR41
R41
1K
PIC7 02
PIC7 01
COC77
C77
560p
PIR10 1
38
PIU1038
TX_TEL
PIU104
2
PIR1 01
PIU104
VDD
13
PIIC2013
PIR4102
PIR4301
PIQ140G
PIC9101 C91
COC91
PIC9102 .01u
PIU103
1
PIC9402 COC94
C94
PIC9401 560p
COLED6
LED6
RED
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2
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COR43
R43
100K
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PIR801
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TELCO 4 WIRE TO 2 WIRE INTERFACE
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PIC5901C59
3
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PID201
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R4
470K
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TP1
2
BSS
PIR802
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R12
1K
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1
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A6
C6
PIC601 560p
PIQ10G
PID103
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10
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10K
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PIR1201
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PIC402
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5
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PIC502
PIR7201
8
6
3
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R72
220K
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2
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P2A:2
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C5
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A
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PIR102
PIR602
VPP
PIPB209
PIP2A09
COC58
C58
220p
COR1
R1
20K
44
COPB2:9
PB2:9
PTT IN COP2A:9
P2A:9
PIR101
COR6
R6
4.7K
VDD
PIPB207
PIP2A07
PIR601
3
COPB2:7
PB2:7
OFF HOOK COP2A:7
P2A:7
+5V
+5V
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PIPB2012
PIP2A012
1
COPB2:12
PB2:12
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P2A:12
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PIPB2011
PIP2A011
4
COPB2:11
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P2A:11
11
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P2A:1
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PID402
PID401
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22K
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COTP14 TP15
COTP15 TP16
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COMH1 MH2
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COMH3 MH4
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PITP1501
PITP1601
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PIMH201
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1052CAP 2052CAP
2077CCAOPC 107CAP
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209CAP 109CAP
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3031RVAP
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503CIAP
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603CIAP
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703CIAP
203CIAP
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103CIAP
303CIAP
7QOC
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302PAP 202PAP 102PAP
59COC
2059CAP
1021RVAP 2021RVAP
B07QAP E07QAP 1059CAP
1021 RAP 2021 RAP
105511CCAOPC
2051CAP 209RAP 109RAP
20201RAP
3021RVAP
211ROC
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2032CAP 1012RAP
202222RRAOPC
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305CIAP
1055CAP
2055CAP
20898R9RAOPC 109999RARPOC2099RAP
2056RAP 1014CAP
405CIAP
605CIAP 5CIOC
0 1CROC
10424R2RAOPC 10393C9CAOPC
09COC
505CIAP
79ROC
1079RAP 2079RAP
105599RARPOC2059RAP
49ROC
1069RAP 1049RAP 2049RAP
A7CIOC
105CAP
10901RAP
901ROC
205CAP
20901RAP
8201UAP 7201UAP 6201UAP 5201UAP 4201UAP 3201UAP 2 01UAP 1201UAP 0201UAP 9101UAP 8101UAP
9201UAP
0301UAP
1301UAP
020A7CIAP
910A7CIAP
810A7CIAP
710A7CIAP
610A7CIAP
510A7CIAP
410A7CIAP
310A7CIAP
210A7CIAP
110A7CIAP
C05QAP
5301UAP
6301UAP
1101UAP
0101UAP
7301UAP
8301UAP
9301UAP
901UAP
801UAP
701UAP
1036CAP 2036CAP
61061CIAP 51061CIAP 41061CIAP 31061CIAP 21061CIAP 1 061CIAP 01061CIAP 9061CIAP
20101RAP
101ROC
10101RAP
61CIOC
1077RAP
203CAP 3COC
201YAP
1YOC
103CAP
102CIAP 202CIAP 302CIAP 402CIAP 502CIAP 602CIAP 702CIAP 802CIAP 902CIAP 0102CIAP
202CAP2COC
102CAP
10282C8CAOPC 10292C9CAOPC
2028CAP 2029CAP
207799CACPOC1079CAP
208899CACP OC1089CAP
8071CIAP 7071CIAP 6071CIAP 5071CIAP 4071CIAP 3071CIAP 2071CIAP 1071CIAP
71CIOC
102YAP
9RVOC
2008CAP08COC
76COC
1066CAP
1061CIAP 2061CIAP 3061CIAP 4061CIAP 5061CIAP 6061CIAP 7061CIAP 8061CIAP
46COC
56COC
2046CAP 1046CAP 2056CAP 1056CAP
2051CIAP
3051CIAP
4051CIAP
8051CIAP
51CIOC
7051CIAP
6051CIAP
5051CIAP
107RVAP 207RVAP
260677RARP OC1067RAP 205577RARPOC1057RAP
200066CACP OC1006CAP 209955CACPOC1095CAP
106655CACPOC2065CAP
7RVOC
307RVAP
209977RARPOC1097RAP
2YOC1008CAP
102KDAP
2KDOC
C031QAP
3001RVAP
2001RVAP 1001RVAP
202YAP
2018CAP 18COC
1018CAP
9071CIAP 01071CIAP 1 071CIAP 21071CIAP 31071CIAP 41071CIAP 51071CIAP 61071CIAP
202KDAP
A4POC
1076CAP
2076CAP
1051CIAP
110177RRAPOC 2017RAP
2048CAP 270755CACPOC 1075CAP
1COC
1033RRAOPC 10090R9RAOPC
201CAP 101CAP
1022RRAOPC 202RAP 203RAP 2009RAP 10989R8AROPC
103388CACPOC2038CAP 2098RAP
309RVAP
203KDAP
3KDOC
120277RARP OC2027RAP 10373R7RAOPC 204747RRAOPC
87ROC
2088RAP 180855CACPOC 2085CAP 2037RAP 1047RAP 1087RAP 2087RAP
1048C48ACOPC
101YAP
103KDAP
10888RRAOPC
B03311QQAPOC
E031QAP
20777RRAOPC
201DAP
1068RAP
20111RAP 201RAP
403PAP 303PAP 203PAP 103PAP
10B4PAP 20B4PAP 30B4PAP
301DAP
0202CIAP 9102CIAP 8102CIAP 7102CIAP 6102CIAP 5102CIAP 4102CIAP 3102CIAP 2102CIAP 1 02CIAP
209RVAP 109RVAP
20686R8RAOPC
2077RROAPC 107RAP
101111 R1AROPC 101R1RAOPC
1066RRAOPC 206RAP
2CIOC
0401UAP 1401UAP 2401UAP 3401UAP 4 01UAP 101UAP 201UAP 301UAP 401UAP 501UAP 601UAP
66COC 2066CAP
6hcs0btOC
4101UAP
3101UAP
2101UAP
36COC
1DOC 101DAP
5101UAP
1UOC
2301UAP
3301UAP
4301UAP
130399RARPOC 2039RAP
3POC
204CAP
7101UAP
6101UAP
20696R9RAOPC
2016RAP E055QAQP OC B05QAP
1044CCAOPC
2055RRAOPC 105RAP
1404RROAPC 204RAP
78ROC
1078RAP 2078RAP
01RVOC
311ROC
1031 RAP 2031 RAP
1PTOC
101PTAP
40A4PAP 30A4PAP 20A4PAP 10A4PAP
10141R4ARPOC 10777C7ACPOC
2014RAP 2077CAP
0102OTVAP
902OTVAP
802TAP
702TAP
602TAP
802WSAP 702WOVSAPP 602WOVSAPP 502WOVSAPP
2WSOC
8RVOC
308RVAP
102OVAP
86COC
208RVAP 108RVAP
2TOC
802OVAP
2086CAP
1047CAP
1086CAP
2ZOC
511ROC
1007CAP
1017CAP
10A2FAP
1037CAP
0101TAP
202TAP
901TAP
302TAP
801TAP
402TAP
701TAP
502TAP
07COC
17COC
601TAP
2028RAP
1028RAP
37COC
2017CAP
20A2FAP 202FAP
28ROC
2027CAP
1008RAP
2008RAP
2047CAP
2037CAP
102FAP
5KDOC
801JAP
601JAP
501JAP
401JAP
301JAP
201JAP
101JAP
20411RAP
4KDOC
105KDAP
202OVAP
2007CAP
1TOC
27COC
104KDAP 204KDAP
1ZOC
205KDAP
08ROC
10411RAP
2018RAP 1018RAP
18ROC
1JOC
411ROC
2096CAP
96COC
2067CAP
101TAP
201TAP
301TAP
4hcs0btOC
401TAP
501TAP
67COC
20511RAP
2FOC
A2FOC
1027CAP
47COC
102TAP
10511RAP
20557C7RAPCRO1C057CRAP
102WSAP 202WSAP 302WOVSAPP 402WOVSAPP
1067CAP
1096CAP
701JAP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
P2 ALSO SEE LOWER RIGHT CORNER
SCRAMBLER
+12V
COP2:1
P2:1
PIP201
PWR
COP2:11
P2:11
+5V
PIP2012
PIR602
+5V
PIR101
PIR102
PIR601
1
COR55
R55
A4
COP1:2
P1:2
COR IN
PIP102
PID302
PIR5502
PID303
COR16
R16
560p
*
74HC4053
BUSY FROM PARALLEL DPT UNIT
B25
COP1:8
P1:8
TX OUT
PIP108
PIC2801
PIC2502
PIC2501
B
20K
PIC2802 PIR2301
9
-PIIC1109
8
PIR2302
PIIC1108
COIC11:3
IC11:3
COC25
C25
PIR2501
10
aPIIC11010
TX LEVEL
TO RADIO
LM324
560p
VAN
PIVR501
A1
RSO
PIIC2011
11
10
PIU1010
A2
R/W
PIIC209
9
PIU109
8
PIIC208 TONE
5
PIIC205 VSS
10
PIIC2010 CS
9
PIR5902
PIC3902
TONE AUDIO
COR92
R92
4.7K
2
13
X1PIIC13013
1
PIR9201
PIVR302
2
PIR9202
PIVR303
PIVR301
1
12
X0PIIC13012
COVR3
VR3
1K
VOICE AUDIO
COIC13:1
IC13:1
74HC4053
PIC60 2
PIC60 1
RED
PI C1401
COQ3
Q3
B25
C2
A
14
X PIIC14014
PIQ30B PIR2701
PIR2702
PIQ30E
13
PIIC14013X1
DTMF TX SWITCH
COR109
R109
COIC5
IC5
AT25128AN
1
PIIC501 CS
VCC
2
PIIC502 SO
HOLD
3
PIIC503 WP
SCK
4
PIIC504 GND
SI
100K
PIR109 1
RADIO TX
SWITCH
PIR701
+5V
8
PIIC508
25
PIU1025
C6 OFF-HOOK
28
PIU1028
C3
39
PIU1039
D7
PIR702
2
PIU102
SS
PIU1037
NC3
PIU1032
32
A7
PIR1 302
COR32
R32
100K
PIR3201
7
PIC8101
23
PIU1023
NC2
+5V
PIR1 301
COC34
C34
.033u
PIR6701
COC36
C36
10
PIC3302 PIC3301 PIC3402 PIC3401 PIC3501 PIC3502 PIIC9010a
PIR6 02
2
15
Y PIIC14015
13
PIIC9013 -
.033u
COIC9:4
IC9:4
PIR6801
PIC4 02
PIC4 01
COC44
C44
.47u
PIR5802
COR57
R57
220K
COR58
R58
10K
PIR5702
PIR70 2
VOX OR NOISE
BUSY DETECTION
5
PIIC1205a
PIR5602
COR54
R54
1.2M
PIR5401
7
PIIC1207
COIC12:2
IC12:2
LM324
COR70
R70
PIR5402
PIQ40E
PIQ40B
COQ4
Q4
Y25
PIQ40C
27
PIU1027
1
PIIC1201
PIIC1203a
COC43
C43
.1u
PI C1201
COVR4
VR4
1K
COR52
R52
1.8M
PIR5201
VAN
PIR5202
PIC4201 PIC4202
R53
COR53
390K
C42
COC42
*
PIU1035 PIU1034 PIU1036 PIU101
PIVR402
10
PIVR401
PIRC2801
PIC2702
RC88
CORC88
PIC2701
560p
COVR13
VR13
10K
1
COIC7A
IC7A
16F716
PI C7A06 PI C7A05
11
PI C7A08
PIR9501
PIR9702
PIR9502
PIR9401
PIR9402
PIR9602
PIR9601
PIR9802
COR96
R96
0R
COR98
R98
0R
PIC1 01
PIC1 02
10u
PIC7902
C11
COC11
560p
OUT PIIC403
PIIC308
PIC1202
PIC1201
PI C402
C12
COC12
.47u
16
3
PIVR603
PIVR602
2
4
PIC9702
RECEIVE LEVEL
FROM TEL LINE
PIVR601
PIC9701
PIR7901
COVR6
VR6
1K
COR79
R79
1.5K
PIR7902
PIDK201
PIDK202
CODK2
DK2
10V
PIP602
10
PIIC16010
R126
COR126
*
P6:2
COP6:2
COP6:3
P6:3
PIP603
PIR12601
PIR12602
PITP1901
COTP19
TP19
COP6:4
P6:4
PIP604
PIR12701
PIR12702
PITP1801
COTP18
TP18
COP6:5
P6:5
COR101
R101
4.7K
PIR10102
9
PIR10101
PIIC1609
1
PIIC1601
COR127
R127
*
PIP605
PIC6402
PIC6401
VAN
PIIC16014
R2_IN
PIIC1608
R1_OUT
T2_IN
T2_OUT
R1_IN
8
7
13
COIC16
IC16
MAX232A
PI C160
PIC6702
PIC6701
PIR3702
C2+
4
PIIC1604
C2-
PIIC1605
5
COP1:10
P1:10
WIRE TAP AUDIO
PIP1010
COC67
C67
.1u
PIP109
PIQ90C
COP1:9
P1:9
WIRE TAP SW
COQ9
Q9
B25
PIQ90E
COLED4
PILED401 LED4
RED
PILED402 TONE/SYNC
PIR10 2
PIP303
PIP302 P3:3
COP3:3
EXT RS-232 SERIAL
INPUT FOR EXT
MODEM
OPTION
PIC6502 C65
COC65
PIC6501 .1u
PIQ90B
COR100
R100
*
P3:1
COP3:1
PIIC16013
COC64
C64
.1u
C1-
P3:2
COP3:2
PIP301
PIIC1607
R2_OUT
C1+
5
4
PIJ304
3
PIJ303
2
PIJ302
1
PIJ301
COJ3
J3
PIJ305
PIR10501
ALSO SEE UPPER LEFT CORNER
PIR10502
P2
SCRAMBLER
COR105
R105
10K
PIR11802
P2:5
COP2:5
TX-IN
P2:13
COP2:13
TX-OUT
P2:14
PIP2014
a
RX-OUT
P2:8
COP2:8
PIP208
RX-IN
PIR11801
PIP2013
4.7K
P2:3
COP2:3
PIC1302
PIC1301
3
C13
COC13
.001u
PIIC303
IN
SHDN
PIP204
+5V
PI C305 MIC2951
5
8
P2:6
COP2:6
PIP206
1
OUT
PIIC301
SENSE
PIIC302
FDBK
PITP1601
COC79
C79
12
PIIC16012
P6:1
COP6:1
14
T1_OUT
PIP203
ERR
TP16
COTP16
+
PIC6202
PIP601
C
PI C1602
P2:4
COP2:4
IC3
COIC3
VTAP
PITP1501
3
a PIIC903
PIC6201
P6
C97
COC97
*
RX_TEL
COC62
C62
.47u
PIR8402
PIC9101
PI C16016
T1_IN
PIR1802
GND
TP15
COTP15
PIC7901
PIC9102
11
PIIC16011
PROGRAM
C90
COC90
.1u
R18
COR18
20K
+12V
GND
PITP1401
C91
COC91
*
PIR10402
J2
COJ2
D5-AB:1
COD50AB:1
PID50AB03 A4
PIR1801
JUMP P5:1 TO P5:2 - TONE TO NORMAL MIC INPUT
IC4
COIC4
TP14
COTP14
PIC8502 PIR10401
R104
COR104
27K
COR84
R84
10K
PIR8401
PIJ205
4
PIJ204
3
PIJ203
2
PIJ202
1
PIJ201
PIP205
PIP503
7812
PIIC401 IN
PIR11601
R37
COR37
1K
R118
COR118
P5:1 COP5:2
P5:2 COP5:3
P5:3
COP5:1
PI C901
2
- PIIC902
COC63
C63
10u
PIC6302
PI C16015
10K
PIP502
PIR11602
PIC90 2
PIC90 1
PIR3701
PIR9 01
PIR9801
PIR10 1
TONE GENERATING DAC
2/5-TONE, CTCSS, DTS, POCSAG
+
R116
COR116
4.7K
3
COR99
R99
62K
PIR9701
COIC9:1
IC9:1
LM324
PIQ80E
PIC6301
WIRE TAP
AUDIO
PI C904
1
PIIC901
PID50AB03 A4
PIR10202
PIVR1201
PIC2402
PIC2401
5
PIR4501
PD5-AB:2
ID5COD50AB:2
0AB01
PID50AB02
+5V
PIQ80B
PIVR1202 PIC8501
PIR4 02
PIR10201
PIIC1603
PIR9 02
COR97
R97
30K
R95
COR95
15K
SEE
NOTE 1
PIIC7A01
PI C7A09
COR93
R93
7.5K
PIC6102 PIC6101
2
1
PIIC7A02
PI C7A01
PIR9301
R123
COR123
PIP501
1
VSS
VSS
6
5
A3
A2
PI C7A01
2/5-TONE, CTCSS, DTS, POCSAG
TONE DIGITAL
MOD
B5
COC61
C61
.47u
12
PIIC7A012
+5V
PIR12301
PIR8502
11
B6
PI C7A014
VSS
VSS
VDD
13
PIIC7A013
14
16
PIIC7A016
PIR9302
1
.01u
VR12
COVR12
10K
+5V
B7
VDD
PI C7A018
R45
COR45
1K
C85
COC85
.1u
PIVR1203
COR44
R44
10K
TX_TEL
PIR4502
PIQ80C
2
4
PI C7A07 PI C7A019 PI C7A02 PI C7A03 PI C7A04
PIR4 01
15
Y PIIC13015
6
5
LO-PASS FILTER
TO CTCSS DETECTOR
PIR2601
COC27
C27
PIR8501
B1
LM324
15
PIIC7A015
18
PIVR1 022
OSC1
.001u
2
COTP8
+12V
3
COTP12
DTR
4
COTP7
GND
PITP801
+5V
15
22K
PIR2602
2
PIVR1302
MCLR
A4
3
20
A1
A0
7
19
18
VAN
COC52
C52
14
PIIC11014
COIC11:4
IC11:4
1
PIRC8 01
PIRC8 02
PIVR1301
PIR12302
PIC5201
PIC520
12
PIIC11012a
PIR11701
2
PIRC2802
PI C7B06 PI C7B05
C24
COC24
.47u
COR26
R26
22K
PI C7B018
PIR11201
R85
COR85
100K
1
3
PIR10701
2
PIR10702
CORC28
RC28
PIR10802
PIVR1303
1K
PIC8701
PIR3602
+12V
PIIC1302Y0
Q7
Q8
COQ7
COQ8
B25
B25
C95
C96
COC95
COC96
.1u
.1u
2
1 2
1
PIC9502 PIC9501 PIC9602 PIC9601
14
PIVR1101
COR94
R94
0R
COR107
R107
+
PIC8702
PIR3601
PIVR1103
PIR12 01
COIC13:2
IC13:2
2
PIQ70E
R112
COR112
4.7K
PIIC7B014
B2
*
PIR11702
PIQ120B
TONE OUT TO FLAT AUDIO
FOR POCSAG CTCSS/DCS
PIP104
3 5K
13
PIIC11013-
COR36
R36
1.2M
COR117
R117
COR108
R108
PIQ120E
TONE OUT
COC50
C50
.01u
PIR3501
C51
COC51
.022u
PI C2104
COR102
R102
10K
PIR11202
B7
9
PIC50 2
PIC50 1
100K
2.2u
PIR3402 PIR3502
+5V
PIQ120C
COR35
R35
47K
PI C2105
PI C1301074HC4053
PIIC1301Y1
PIRC3202
CORC32
RC32
0R
VR11
COVR11
4
COR34
R34
10K
PIR3401
PIR10801
COP1:4
P1:4
PIC5102
PIC510
IC10:2
COIC10:2
VAN
COC87
C87
PIR3002
MCLR
PIR3001
LM324
B25
PIR3301
3
7
PIIC1007
5
COQ12
Q12
VDD
R30
COR30
150K
PIIC1005 a
+5V
1.2M
PIR3302
16
PIIC7B016
A4
560p
560p
1COTP13
DCD
6COTP6
RXD
5COTP9
TXD
+5V
1
PIRC3201
PIR10302PIQ70B
IC7B
COIC7B
16F716
B3
C7
COC7
PIR1401
C55
COC55
.1u
VDD
8
PIR1402
PIC5 02
PIC5 01
R33
COR33
15
PIIC7B015
OSC1
PIVR103
1 VR1
COVR1 3
1M
6
PIIC1006 -
PITP1001
B
PIQ70C
CTCSSS/DCS DECODE
PI C7B07 PI C7B019 PI C7B02 PI C7B03 PI C7B04
+5V
PITP501
20
PIVR101
12
PIIC12012 a
PIC8602
PIC8601
TP5
COTP5
A1
PIR1301
C86
COC86
LM324
14
PIIC12014
A0
PIC702
PIC701
PIC802 PIR1302
IC12:3
COIC12:3
LM324
C54
COC54
100p
IC12:4
COIC12:4
10
PIC801
PIC5402
PIC5401
PIZ202
COZ2
Z2
BEAD
MODEM OPTION
LIGHTNING BARRIER
+5V
PIR10301
13
PIIC12013 -
B
COP4:3
P4:3
PIP403 RED
*
DTMF LEVEL
PIVR403 TO TEL LINE
PIU1042 PIU108
R122
COR122
7
PIP105
10
PIIC12010a
PIR2902
R29
COR29
1.2M
47K
PIR3102
PIZ201
PITP701
R103
COR103
10K
19
P1:5
COP1:5
DISC IN
PIR2901
R14
COR14
PIVR102
2
100K
PIR12 01
220K
PIR3101
PIR11502
COR115
R115
10R
COTP10
TP10
TIP
PIR8701
TX RX MIX
FOR WIRE TAP
PIR5301
B0
R13
COR13
.47u
8
PIIC1208
PIR11501
COF2
F2
60V@150mA
PIP408
PITP401
C4
COIC12:1
IC12:1
LM324
B4
C8
COC8
C
R31
COR31
9
PIIC1209-
COP4:5
P4:5
YEL
COP4:1
P4:1
GND
COP4:6
P4:6
GND
PIP407
PIP405
COC68
C68
560p
COTP4
TP4
PI C1204
B0
RECEIVE LEVEL
FROM DISC.
PI C2102
COP4:2
P4:2
BLK
PIP402
PITP1201
3.3K
PIC5302
PI C2101
PIF202
PIP404
COIC21:1
IC21:1
21
+5V
3
PIC4302
PIC4301
130K
1
PIC5301
1
PIIC1801
COIC18:1
IC18:1
*
COIC18:2
IC18:2
*
PIVR10 1
PIF201
COP4:4
P4:4
GRN
PIZ102
COZ1
Z1
BEAD
COC69
C69
560p
PIC6802
PIC6801
PIR8202
PIZ101
PIR12 02
2
VAN
PIR12 02
4
PIIC1804
PIC8401
COR87
R87
*
+5V
C53
COC53
.022u
PIIC1802
PIC6901
PIC6902
CODK4
DK4
2
PIIC1805
COR56
R56
1M
PIIC1202-
PIR5302
VAN
PIR8801 PIC8402
PIR8001 PIR8201
PIDK402
PIDK401
PIR11402
R121
COR121
100K
PIR5601
PIR5701
6
PIR5801 PIIC1206-
LM324
HI-PASS FILTER
CTCSS REMOVAL PIR70 1
51K
VOX SOURCE
SWITCH
14
PIIC9014
12
PIIC9012 a
PIC3701 PIC3702
LM324
COR68
R68
PIR6 01
PIR6901
IC14:2
COIC14:2
74HC4053
COIC9:3
IC9:3
PIR6802
COR66
R66
4.7K
COC37
C37
.033u
8
PIIC908 PIC3602 PIC3601
PIR8702
PIVR1002 PIR8802
FUTURE
FLASH
COC84
C84
*
COR88
R88
*
PIVR10 3
PIDK501
COR82
R82
10R
+5V +5V
VOICE AUDIO
1.5K
9
5
CODK5
DK5
COR80
R80
36K
PIR8002
PIR90 2
*
PI C14010
PIIC1401 Y1
PIIC909-
COIC8:2
IC8:2
7241
PIIC17016
COVR10
VR10
*
5
PIIC805
COIC8:3
IC8:3
7241
PIIC804
COR90
R90
*
RING
PIR11401
B
PIIC1402Y0
R69
PIR6902 COR69
COC35
C35
.033u
PIVR901
RING4
PIU1021
3
COC33
C33
.033u
B7
1
PIR4802
COU1
U1
68705C9
A4
NOISE QUIETING
VAN
COR67
R67
2.2K
PIC8301 PIVR902
PIDK502
.047u
6
PIIC806
5
10
1
PIR6702
3
PIIC803
COVR9
VR9
*
PIR8102
FUTURE USE
COIC21:2
IC21:2
8
COR48
R48
0R
PIVR903
TO PHONE
LINE
P4
PITP1101
COR114
R114
10R
PIR12501
PIR8101
COC76
C76
PIR90 1
PI C1708 PI C1706 PI C1703 PI C17010
COR81
R81
10R
PIC7602 PIC7601
COTP11
TP11
RING
COR125
R125
*
PITP901
C7
17
PIU1017 B4
18
PIU1018 NC1
OSC2
VAN
PIC8302
16
1
PIIC1901
COIC19:1
IC19:1
*
COIC19:2
IC19:2
*
COR89
R89
COC83
* C83
*
PIR12502
B3
42
PIR4801
PIR8902
15
9
PIC8201
PIC8202
4
PIIC1904
PIR8901
PIR12401
2
PIIC1902
24
PIU1024
PIR4701
VAN
COR124
R124
*
PITP601
RES
PIR120 1
LM324
QUIETING FILTER
2.2K
560p
16
PIU1016
COIC10:4
IC10:4
200K
75K
PIR50 1
7
PIT107
PITP1301
COR47
R47
COR50
R50
PIR5102
COIC14:3
IC14:3
74HC4053
COR120
R120
COC22
C22
COR51
R51
6.8K
PIR8601PIQ130B
10
PIT1010
14
PIR4702
LM324
COC31
C31
*
PIIC1709
COQ13
Q13
*
HOOK
PIIC10014
12
PIIC10012 a
PIC4501 PIC4502
COIC10:3
IC10:3
PIR50 2
PIQ130C
5
SCK
LM324
PIC2 02
PIC2 01
10
PIIC10010a
PIC4701 PIC4702
PIR5101
.001u
PIC4602 PIC4601
FUTURE
HANGUP
PIIC17015
11
PIIC17011
2
PIIC1702
COC82
C82
*
1
PIR120 2
8
PIIC1008
CORC75
RC75
3.3K
PIIC807
5
7
MISO
7
.001u
9
PIIC1009-
13
PIIC10013 -
PIC7401
PIR12402
PIIC1707
36
5
COIC9:2
IC9:2
PIC4902 PIC4901 PIC4802 PIC4801
6
E\ PIIC1406
8
GND PIIC1408
7
VEE PIIC1407
PIIC1405 Z0
PIIC907
5
PIIC905 a
VCC 4
Z PIIC1404
COC45
C45
COC74
C74
*
COIC8:4
IC8:4
7241
COT1
T1
PREM_8064
4
PIIC1704
COIC17
IC17
*
PIQ130E
MOSI
PIR2101
C
3
PIIC1403 Z1
PIR2201
1
6
PIIC906 -
COC47
C47
.001u
PIIC605
13
PIIC17013
14
PIIC17014
PI C1701 PI C1705
12
PIIC17012
PIR8602
34
RX IN
PIC2301 PIC2302 PIR2102
47K
PIVR201 PIR2202
COC48
C48
.001u
SI
GND
COY2
Y2
*
COR86
R86
*
35
PIP101
3
120K
COC49
C49
.001u
PI C1409 PI C1416
016
PIR4601
COC46
C46
6
PIIC606
PIY201
COIC6
IC6
AT25128AN
2.4K
PIR4901
SCK
PIC7301
PIRC7502
PIC7402
COC73
C73
.1u
4
COP1:1
P1:1
PIVR203
COR21
R21
.47u
COC78
C78
.47u
4
PIIC604
COR46
R46
HOLD
WP
11
COC23
C23
9
COR22
R22
COVR2
VR2
PIVR2022 1M
PIR4602
COR49
R49
3.3K
SO
7
PIIC607
PIC7201
COC72
C72
.047u
2
RX LEVEL
FROM RADIO
PIR4902
3
PIIC603
VCC
CS
PIC7101
COC71
C71
.01u
PISW208
PIC7302
8
PIIC1905
PIC3101
PIC3102
PIC8102
1
PIC7801
PIC7802
2
PIIC602
PIY202
COR113
R113
*
COC81
C81
*
GND
PISW207
PIC7202
PIIC808
7
OBSOLETE MODEM
5
PIU105
PIIC507
8
PIIC608
6
4
+5V
22
PIU1022
PISW206
PIC7102
COC70
C70
.01u
PIT104
33
+5V
1
PIIC601
8
A5
RDI
COVR8
VR8
5K
PIRC7501
PIT106
HOOK2
COIC8:1
IC8:1
7241
20
PIU1020 B6
31
PIU1031 C0
30
PIU1030 C1
PIVR801
3
PIIC802
PIU1033
PIVR803
PIVR802
COSW2:1
SW2:1
PIT103
PIIC801
TDO
PISW201
COSW2:2
SW2:2
RX_TEL
37
B5
PISW202
COSW2:3
SW2:3
PIR1 02
*
5
PIIC505
PISW205
PIC70 2
PIR7601
PIT101
PIC8002 PIC8001
6
COR76
R76
20K
1
IRQ
PISW203
COSW2:4
SW2:4
1
COR111
R111
100K
COC80
C80
PIIC506
PISW204
PIR1 01
COR7
R7
20K
PIR3202
PIR109 2
74HC4053
PIR7801
+5V
+5V
+5V
COIC14:1
IC14:1
PIR7802
3
PIT203
COT2
T2
PREM_8064
PIC70 1
A6
19
PIU1019
COR27
R27
4.7K
PIQ30C
COC60
C60
.47u
1
PIT201
COR78
R78
330R
COIC15:2
IC15:2
TLC272
PIR7602
PILED202 RING
29
PIU1029
7
2
5
COLED2
PILED201 LED2
OSC1
7
PIIC1507
PIIC1505a
PIR40 2
43
PIU1043
40
PIU1040
6 PIIC1506
PIR7502
COR40
R40
1K
A3
PIR7402
3
11
PIU1011
PIQ20C
PIR40 1
1
12
COR74 3.3K
R74
PIR7401
COR75
R75
20K
2
PIIC2012
4
XX
7
PIIC207 OSC2
PIU107
12
1
PI C1301 11
COVR5
VR5
10K
PIR2502PIC2902 PIC2901PIVR502
A0
+5V
PIIC14012X0
14
PIVR503
12
PIU1012
6
11
PITP301
PIIC13014X
COC29
C29
.47u
COR25
R25
22K
PIR2401
COR23
R23
PIR5901
COTP3
TP3
PITP201
100K
PIR2402
14
COR59
R59
1.8M
DTMF LEVEL
TO RADIO
4.7K
A
PIIC2014
PIR7501
+5V
COR60
R60
390K
PIR11901
PIR910
COR24
R24
Q0
COC39
C39
*
COR119
R119
COTP2
TP2
PIY102
PIC301 PIC302
COIC11:1
IC11:1
PI C1 01 LM324
PIC3901
7.5K
COR91
R91
PIC9301
B0
PIR11002
PIQ100B PIR11902
PIQ10 E
13
PIU1013
PIU106
PIR11001
560p
2.2u
PIR60 1
PIQ10 C
COC93
C93
COC28
C28
PIQ50C
15
PIIC2015
3.58 MHz
1
3
COC40
C40
.1u
Q1
COY1
Y1
COC3
C3
PI C1 04
PIIC1103a
PIC40 1
PIC40 2
PIR60 2
PIR9102
VOICE, DTMF, 2/5 TONE, 1200 POCSAG
COQ5
Q5
Y25
VAN
COR110
R110
COQ10
Q10
PIC9302
PIQ50B
PIY101
PIIC1101
30K
PIR1602
PITP1701
COIC11:2
IC11:2
LM324
BSS
PIQ60S
COC9
C9
3
Z1PIIC1303
PIR6302
PIQ50E
7
PIIC1107
COC88
C88
.1u
22p
2
PIIC1102-
6
5
PIIC1105 a
PIC8 01
PIC8 02
COR63
R63
1M
PIR6401
PIIC1106 -
PIR6501
COR61
R61
1.2M
COIC13:3
IC13:3
COQ6
Q6
PIR5501 PIQ60G
PIR1601
PIC902
PIC901
COD3:2
D3:2
PID301 A4
COTP17
TP17
ALT/OPT/BUSY
PIQ60D
4.7K
PID303
PIR6502
PIR6301
PIR3902
PIQ20B
2
COD3:1
D3:1
PIR1701
PIC4102 PIC4101
PIR6102
6
PIIC206
OSC1
PIC202 PIC201
COQ2
Q2
Y25
3
100K
PIR1501
5
Z0PIIC1305
6
PIIC1306
E\
8 GND
PIIC1308
7 VEE
PIIC1307
20K
20K
B1
1
COR17
R17
COR15
R15
COR65
R65
.47u
C
14
PIU1014
4
PIT204
6
PIT206
CODK3
DK3
10V
3
VCC
PIIC1304 Z
4
PIR6402
16
PIIC2016
22p
PIR6101
220K
COC41
C41
Q2
2
PIIC202
IN-
COC2
C2
PIR6202
PIQ20E
PIR7302
V+
2
PIR1702
PI C1309
B2
PIR7301
V-
PI C13016
COR64
R64
15
PIU1015
PIDK302
PIDK301
COR73 3.3K
R73
+12V
2
16
PIR1502
DTMF RX
SWITCH
9
CARR
17
PIIC2017
COC56
C56
.01u
VCC
HOOK
PILED502 RED
TEL LINE VOX
Q3
PIC5601
PIC5602
COR39
R39
100K
GND
COLED5
LED5
PIC9202
PIC9201
COC92
C92
.1u
PIR302
PIR3901
+5V
7
PIT207
6
PILED302 RED
18
PIIC2018
10
PIT2010
1
COLED3
LED3
+5V
PIR301
EST
PIR7702
8
TX
COR62
R62
0R
PIR6201
PIR202
IN+
4
PIIC204
VREF
3
PIIC203
GS
82K
PIR7701
COIC15:1
IC15:1
TLC272
2
COLED7
LED7
PILED702 RED
+5V
PILED501
+5V
+5V
PILED301
PIR10 1
COR3
R3
26
PIU1026
PI C1504
7
PILED701
PIC101 PIC102 PIR201
PIR4202
1K
PIR1 01
COR2
R2
100K
RING DET C5
1
PIIC1501
3 a
PIIC1503
TX LEVEL
TO TEL
LINE
LIGHTNING BARRIER
COR77
R77
330R
PI C1508
3
COR10
R10
1K
COC1
C1
.47u
COR42
R42
1K
TCAP
2 PIIC1502
PIR7101
6
PIR4201
COR41
R41
1K
PIQ140S
COC66
C66
.01u
PIVR701
PIR7102
4
PIC7 01
PIC7 02
19
PIIC2019
COR38
R38
100K
PIR3802
PIC5701
5
COR11
R11
+5V
COC77
C77
560p
PIR10 2
ST/GT
41
PIU1041
PIVR702 PIC5702
2
PIR1 02
1
PIIC201
TCMP
VDD
CP
COQ14
Q14
BSS
COVR7
VR7
10K
COR71
R71
24K
4
PIP107
GND
PIR4102
38
PIU1038
PIQ140D
PIQ140G
PIR3801
COC57
C57
.47u
PIVR703
1
PIR4101
PIR4302
PIC6 02
PIC6 01
20
PIIC2020
PIU104
3
560p
COIC2
IC2
MT8880
13
PIIC2013
PIU104
1
PIR801
COC94
C94
COR43
R43
100K
PIU103
2
PIR802
PIC9401
PIC9402
COLED6
LED6
RED
PILED602 DTMF
A
TELCO 4 WIRE TO 2 WIRE INTERFACE
COC59
PIC5901C59
PIC5902.47u
+5V
PPILED601IR1202
3
PID202
560p
PIQ10G
PIQ10S
PIR4301
COTP1
TP1
PITP101
1
A6
COQ1
Q1
BSS
PID203
COD1:2
D1:2
TX_TEL
3
PIP1012
COC6
C6
COR12
R12
1K
2
COP1:12
P1:12
COP1:7
P1:7
COD2:1
D2:1
PIC602
PIC601
PIR402
COR4
R4
470K
PIR7201
+12V
1
PIP1011
4
COP1:11
P1:11
DTMF
ENCODE
DECODE
10K
PIR401
PID103
220K
PIR7202
10
PIQ10D
11
PTT OUT
COR8
R8
PID101
+5V
PIR1201
3
PIP103
3
COP1:3
P1:3
PIC401
PIC402
COC4
C4
.47u
+5V
1
PID203 A6
PIR502
PID103
1
5
PIC501 PIC502 PIR501
PID102
8
6
3
COD2:2
D2:2
COD1:1
D1:1
A6
COR5
R5
1.2M
2
GND
COC5
C5
.1u
+5V
PID201
PIP202
4
COP2:2
P2:2
VPP
PIP209
PTT IN
PIC5801
COR72
R72
3
COP2:9
P2:9
PIC5802
44
OFF HOOK
COC58
C58
220p
COR1
R1
20K
COR6
R6
4.7K
PIP207
VDD
COP2:7
P2:7
NC4
COR
2
COP2:12
P2:12
A
PIP2011
1
SCR/MODE
2
P2:10
COP2:10
PIC1402
PIC1401
C14
COC14
.47u
PIC1502
PIC1501
PIP2010
C15
COC15
.01u
7
6
4
PI C304 PI C306 PI C307
1
PISW101
D
2
PISW102
3
C10
COC10
10u
PISW103
PIDK101
PIDK102
SW1
COSW1
PIC10 2
R106
COR106
PIP106PIR10602
3
PSEUDO GND REF
PIR10601
2
PID501
PIF102
1
R9
COR9
1K
PIF101
PID402
D5
COD5
4001
PID401
+5V
PIR1902
D4
COD4
4001
R19
COR19
22K
PIJ102
PIJ101
PIR901
+5V
30V@400mA
PID502
PIJ103
26V
F1
COF1
0R
P1:6
COP1:6
+VIN
+13-18V
+5V
DK1
CODK1
+5V
J1
COJ1
PIR1901
EXT PWR
PIUK101
PIUK102
2
PIIC1002-
UK1
COUK1
*
PIC1602
PIC1601
C16
COC16
.47u
PI C10 4
PIR20 2
R20
COR20
20K
PIR20 1
PILED101
1
PIIC1001
3
PIIC1003a
PIR902
IC10:1
COIC10:1
LM324
4
PIC10 1 +
PI C10 1
11
D
PIC1701
PIC1702
C17
COC17
.47u
PIC1801
PIC1802
C18
COC18
1u
PIC1902
PIC1901
C19
COC19
1u
PIC20 2
PIC20 1
C20
COC20
1u
PIC210
PIC2102
C21
COC21
.47u
VAN
2.4V
1
2
3
4
5
6
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COLED1
PILED102 RED
PWR
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COVO1
PASW104
COVO4
PASW101 PASW102 PASW103
PASW105
COTP16
COTP14
COTP15
PATP1601
PATP1401
PATP1501
PAC1501 PAC1401
PAC7902
COC12 COC13
COC15 COC14
PAIC301
PAC1502 PAC1402
PAIC302
PAIC306
PAIC304
PAIC305
PAR5302
COC61
PAC6101 PAC6102
COR1
PAR9801 PAR9901
PAR1102
COR9 PAR10001 PAR10002
COR98
PAVO10
COR12
PAR9601 PAR9501
COR96 COR95
PAR1202
COC6
PAR4301 PAR4302
PALED502
PAR1002
COIC7A
COR37
PAR3702
PAR701COR7
PAR702
PAR4201
COR42
PALED302
PAQ20E
PAR3901COR39
PAQ20B
PAR3902
PAR4001
COR40 PAQ20CCOQ2
PAR4002
PAR2501 PAR2502
PAR2401COR24 PAC9301COC93 PAR2301COR23
PAIC1505
PAIC1506
PAIC1507
PAIC1508
PAIC1 014 PAIC1 013 PAIC1 012 PAIC1 01 PAIC1 010 PAIC1 09 PAIC1 08 PAR2402 PAC9302 PAR2302
COIC11
COC21
PAC2101 PAC2102
PALED102
PAR902
COR87
PAVO1028
PAU1028
PAVO1027
PAU1027
PAU1026
PAVO1026
PAU1025
PAVO1025
PAU1024
PAVO1024
PAU101
PAVO1023
PAU1023
PAIC1708
PAIC1707
PAIC1706
PAIC1705
PAIC1704
PAIC17013
PAIC1703
COIC17
PAIC17015
PAIC17016
PAIC1702
PAIC1701
PAY201
COC81
COR113
PAC701 PAC702
COR107
PAR10702 PAC8701
COC87
PAC8702
PAP103
COC6
PAC601 PAC602
PAP101
PAC6802
COT2
PAR10801 PAR10802
COR117
COR26
COR108
PAR11801
COR1 8
PAR1 701 PAR1 702
PAR11802
PAIC10 14 PAIC10 13 PAIC10 12 PAIC10 1 PAIC10 10 PAIC10 9 PAIC10 8
COQ3PAQ30E
PAQ30C
PAQ30B
PAC2701 PAC2702 PAR2701COR27
CORC28
PARC2801
PARC2802 PAR2702
PAQ120B
COC19 COR48
PAR2601 PAR2602
PAIC10 1 PAIC10 2 PAIC10 3 PAIC10 4 PAIC1005 PAIC10 6 PAIC10 7
COR20
PAR2001
PAR2002 PAR1901COR19
PAF201
COR13
PAR1302 PAC802
PAT201 PAT202
PAR1401
COR14
PAC7801 PAR3801
PAR1402
PAC7802 PAR3802
COC78 COR38
PAR4101COR41 PAC7701COC7
PAR4102 PAC7702
PAC5602
PAVR303
COVR4 PAVR403
PAVR402 PAVR401
PAVR302 PAVR301 PATP301 PATP401
COVR3
COTP4
PAY202
COC80
PAC8101 PAC8102 PAR11301 PAR11302 PAC8001 PAC8002
PAIC801
PAIC808
PAIC802
COIC8 PAIC807
PAIC803
PAIC806
PAIC804
PAIC805
COC83
PAC8302 PAR302
COR90
PAR8901
COR89
PADK502
PAR9001 PAR9002
PAR8902
COC82
PAC8201 PAC8202
COC31
PAC3101 PAC3102
PAIC1308 PAIC1307 PAIC1306 PAIC1305 PAIC1304 PAIC1303 PAIC1302 PAIC1301
PAC501
COC5
PAIC207
PAIC2014
PAIC208
PAIC209
PAIC2010
PAIC2013
PAIC2012
PAIC2011
COY1
PAY101
COC2
PAC201 PAC202
PAVO1019 PAR401
PAIC2019
COR4 PAR501
COR5
PAIC2018
PAVO1018
PAR402 PAR502
PAIC2017
PAVO1017
PAIC2016
PAD101
COD1
PAIC2015 PAD103
PAY102
COC3
PAC301 PAC302
COtb0sch1
PAD102
PAR601
COR6
PAR602
PAIC1309 PAIC1301 PAIC1301 PAIC13012 PAIC13013 PAIC13014 PAICPA1V3O015 PAICPA1V3O016
PAT1010
COC92
PAR6601
COT1
COR6
COR1 9 AVO10B PAQ10 CPAVQO10 E
PAR11902 PPAQ100B
PAR11901
PAVO10C
COQ10
PAIC9014
PAIC901 PAIC9010 PAIC909 PAIC908
PAVO1014 PAVIO1C0910313 PAVIO1C0910212 PAVO1011
COC76
PAC7601 PAC7402
COR80
PAP605 PAP604 PAP603 PAP602 PAP601
PAR8501
COR85
COC91
PAC9101 PAC9102
COC97
PAC9701 PAC9702
PAR8401
COR84
PAR8002 PAR8001
PAR12701 PAR12601
COR127 COR126
PATP1801 PATP1901
PAUK102 PAC402
COTP18 COTP19
PAIC901 PAIC902 PAIC903 PAIC904 PAIC905 PAIC906 PAIC907
PAC6201
COC62
PAC6202
PAVR601 PAVR602
COVR6
PAVR603
PAR7901
COR79
PAR7902
PAC2402
PAC3302 PAR12001
COC73
COVR2
COR120
COR2 COC2
PAVR201
PAR2202 PAC2202
PAVR203 PAVR202
PAR2101 PAC2301
PAT101
PAT102
PAT103 PAT104 PAT105
COVR8
COR21 COC23
PAR2102 PAC2302
PAC7301
CODK2
PADK201
PADK202
COC72
PAC7201
COC71
PAC7101
PAC7202
PASW208
PASW207
PASW206
PASW205
PAC7002COC70
PAR12002
PAR2201 PAC2201
PAR8402
PAR12702 PAR12602
PASW201
PASW202
PASW203
PASW204
PAR6602
PAR8502
PAVO107
PAP407
PAC7401
PAT108 PAT107 PAT106
PAC3301
PAR9101 PAR9102
COP6
PAT109
PAC2401
COC3 COC24
COIC9
COR91
PAUK101 PAC401
COC4
COUK1
PAC9201
PAC9202
COP4
COC74
PAC7602
PAC7302
CORC32 COR69 COR70 COC37 COC36 COR68 COC35 COR67 COC34 COC17
PARC3202 PAR6902 PAR7002 PAC3702 PAC3602 PAR6802 PAC3502 PAR6702 PAC3402 PAC1702
COIC13
PAC502
PAVO1020
PAIC2020
PAVO106
PAP406
PAVO105
PAP405
PAP404
PAVO104
PAP403
PAP402
PAP401
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PAIC201
PAIC202
PAIC203 COIC2
PAIC204
PAIC205
PAIC206
PAR11401 COR114
PAR8101 PAR8102
COR81
COR92
PAC101
COC1
PAP408
PAVO108
PATP1101
CODK5
PAT203 PAT204 PAT205
PADK501
COC56
PAVR101
PAR11502
PAR11402
PAC5601
PAVR103 PAVR102 COVR1
PATP1001
PAR11501
COTP11
PAF202
COIC14
PAIC1409 PAIC14010 PAIC1401 PAIC14012 PAIC14013 PAIC14014 PAIC14015 PAIC14016
PAR1301 PAC801
COC8
COR115
PADK401 PADK402
PAC1902 PAR4802
PARC8801 PARC8802 PAC1601 PAC1602 PAR1902
PAR201 PAR202
PAP1011
COTP10
PAC6901
CODK4
COR82
PAIC1408 PAIC1407 PAIC1406 PAIC1405 PAIC1404 PAIC1403 PAIC1402 PAIC1401
PAC1901 PAR4801
COIC10
COC27
CORC88 COC16
COR2
PAP102
PAC6902
PAC6801
PAR8202
PAR8201
PAC1801COC18 PAR4601COR46PAR4701
PAR5101 PAR5102
COR47 PAC4501COC45 PAC4601COC46 PAR5001COR50 PAC4701COC47 PAR4901COR49 PAC4801COC48 COR51
COC49
PAC1802 PAR4602 PAR4702 PAC4502 PAC4602 PAR5002 PAC4702 PAR4902 PAC4802 PAC4901 PAC4902
COQ12
PAQ120E
PAC102
PAP104
COC69
PAR9202
PAVR902 PAVR903
PAVR901
PATP901
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PAP109
PAP108
PAP107
PAP106
PAP105
COC7
PAR10701
PAP1012
PAP1010
PAR12301 PAR12302 COQ9PAQ90C
COR105
PAR10501 PAR10502 PAQ90B PAQ90E
PAVR1301
PAVR1303 PAVR1302
COVR13
PAR9201
PAC8301 PAR301
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PAR10401 PAR10402
COR123
PADK301 PADK302
PAC2002
PAQ120C
PAVO1022
PAU1022
PAVO1021
PAU1021
PAU1020
PAU1019
PAU1018
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PAQ130B COR86
PAR8601 PAR8602
COTP9
COP5
PAR10301 PAR10302
CODK3
COR104
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PAR11202
PAVO1010 PAT209
PAVO109 PAT208 PAT207 PAT206
PAT2010
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PAVO102 PAP501
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PAR10901 PAR10902
PAIC601 PAIC602 PAIC603 PAIC604
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PAU1040
PAVO1041
PAU1041
PAU1042
PAVO1042
PAU1043
PAVO1043
PAU1044
PAVO1044
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PAVR1001
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PAR8702
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COC68
COTP6
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PAIC17010
PAIC17011
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COC85
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COTP3
PAR8701
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PAR7801 PAR7802 PAR7402 PAR7302 COR77
PAR7701 PAR7702 COR102
PAR10201 PAR10202
PAC2001
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PAQ130C
PATP101
COC58
PAJ304
PAC8501
PAC8502
COF2
COVR10
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PAVR701 PAVR702
PAVR703
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PAC8402 COR88
PAR8801 PAR8802
PAR7401COR74 PAR7301COR73 PAR7201 PAR7202 PAC8401
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PALED202
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PAIC1503
PAIC1502
PAIC1501
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COR72
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COLED2
PAR901
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COIC15
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PAU103
PAU104
PAU105
PAU106
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COR1
PALED402
PALED301
COIC6
PAR11101 PAR101
COR1
PAR3701
PALED401
PAIC608 PAIC607 PAIC606 PAIC605
PAR3201 PAR3202
PAIC508 PAIC507 PAIC506 PAIC505
COR121
PAR12101
PAR12102PATP1201
PAR11102 PAR102
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COR75
PAR7501
PAR7502 COC59
PAC5901 PAC5902
PAVR1203
PAVR1103 PAVR1102
COR32
PAR9401 PAR9402
COR93
PAR9301
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COC25
COC28
COR94
COR43
PAR1001
PAC2501
PAC2801 PAC2502
PAC2802
COVR12
PAVR1101
PAC5501 PAC5502
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PAR9602 PAR9502
PAC6601
COR25
PAVR1201 PAVR1202
COC55
COR97
PAR1201
COQ4 PAQ40B
PAQ40E
PAQ40C
PAR9802 PAR9902
PAR9701 PAR9702
PAR5601 PAR5602
COR54
PAR5401 PAR5402
PATP1301
COR100
PAC2901 PAC2902
PAIC1 01 PAIC1 02 PAIC1 03 PAIC1 04 PAIC1 05 PAIC1 06 PAIC1 07 COR65
PAR6501 PAR6502
PAC4101COC41
COR61
COR64
PAR6101 PAR6102
PAR6401
PAR6402
PAC8801
PAC4102
COR57
COR58
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PAQ50E
PAR5701 PAR5702 PAR5801
PAR5802 PAC4401COC4 PAC4001
COC40
PAC8802
PAC4402 PAC4002 PAQ50C
COR56
COC43
PAC4301 PAC4302
PAR11001 PAR11002
COVR7
COC39 COR59
PAR5202
COR110
COTP13
PAC5201 PAC5202 PAC5002 PAR3402
PAC5102 PAR3602 COC52
COR1 6
COQ8
COC29
PAR3501 PAR3502 PAC5001COC50 PAR3401COR34
COR36 COR35
PAJ301
PAJ303
PAQ80C PAR11601
PAQ80B PAQ80E PAR11602
PAQ70C PAC9601COC96
COQ7
PAC9602
PAQ70B PAQ70E PAC9501
PAVR503
PAC3901 PAR5901
PAIC1201 PAIC1202 PAIC1203 PAIC1204 PAIC1205 PAIC1206 PAIC1207
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COC42
PAC4202
PAR1502 PAR1602
PAR6001 PAR6002
COJ3
PAJ302
COVR5
COTP2
PAC5101
COC51 PAR3601
COR60
COIC12
PAR12202
PAR5201
PAC4201
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PAR3302
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PAR1101
COR15 COR16
PAR6302
COR12
COD50AB
PAD50AB02
COJ2
COLED5
COR106
PAR10602
COTP17
PATP1701 PAVR501 PAVR502
PAR1501 PAR1601
COC54 COR29 COC53 COR30 COR63
PAR12201
PAD50AB01
PAQ140G
PAVO10G
PAD502
PAR10601
PAD302
PATP201
PAR1701COR17
PAC9401 PAC9402
COR62
PAR4502
PAQ140D
PAVO10D
COC94
COC86
COR45
PAQ140S
PAVO10S
COQ14
PAD401
PAIC307
PAD301
COD3
PAD303
PAR5502 PAC902
PAQ60D
PAR5301COR53 PAR3301COR3
PAD50AB03
PALED601
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PAR1702 PAR6201
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PAR4501
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COC9
COQ1
COR8
PAR801
PAR802
COC90 COC63PAC6302
PAC9002
PAC6301
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COR101
PAR10101 PAR10102
PAR4402
PAJ201
PAQ10D
PAD202
COD2
PAD203
PAD201
PAC9001
PAJ204
COIC4
PAJ10
COJ1
PAR1801 PAR1802
PAIC1608 PAIC1607 PAIC1606 PAIC1605 PAIC1604 PAIC1603 PAIC1602 PAIC1601
PAJ205
COIC3
PAF102
PADK102
PAIC403
PAC1202 PAC1302
PAJ102
COD5
COR18
PAP301 PAP302 PAP303
COIC16
PAIC308
PAIC303
COP3
COC67 COC65 COC64
PAC6701
PAC6702 PAC6501 PAC6502 PAC6401 PAC6402
PAIC402
PAC1201 PAC1301
PAC7901
COC79
COLED6
COC11 PAIC401
PAC1102
PAD501
PADK101CODK1 PAF101
COD4
PAC1101
PATP701 PATP801
COSW1
COLED7
PAC1001
PAC1002
COC10
COTP7 COTP8
PAJ103
COF1
PAD402
PAVR803
PARC7501
PAVR802 PAVR801
PARC7502
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