XE5617G World`s Smallest Global Fax and Data Modem

XE5617G World`s Smallest Global Fax and Data Modem
Preliminary
XE5617G
November 2007
World’s Smallest Global Fax and Data Modem for Embedded Systems
Description
Features
The Xecom XE5617G is the world’s smallest
complete, global modem for data and fax. The
XE5617G fits in a 68-pin PLCC socket. Xecom calls
this the Hybrid PLCC or HyPLCC™ package. Only
Xecom offers a complete modem in a PLCC style
package
• Small Size: less than 1 inch by 1 inch and just
0.29 inches thick
• Data transfer rates, 300 bps to 56 Kbps
• Fax transfer from 4800 bps to 14.4 Kbps
• Control & configuration via AT commands.
• 3.3 and 5 volt compatible serial interface
Every XE5617G module includes user transferable
FCC Part 68 registration and Global Telecom
compatibility. This eases the compliance burden on
the system designer adding a modem to a process
control, medical monitoring, point-of-sale, or remote
diagnostic system.
• V.42 error control; V.42bis data compression.
• Shared line features prevent modem operation
from interfering with voice communications.
• Complete integrated DAA.
• Nonvolatile configuration storage
The XE5617G is pin compatible with other Xecom
Hybrid PLCC models including the XE2420G,
XE5690G and XE5692G..
• User transferrable FCC Part 68 registration
• World-wide telephone network compliance.
• UL60950 compliant
Models
• 3.3 Volt operation;
XE5617G - V.92 data, V.34 fax; Hybrid PLCC
Module
• RoHS compliant
• Versions operating at Temperatures of -40o C
to +85o C operation are available
XE5617G BLOCK DIAGRAM
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XE5617G
XE5617G Mechanical Specifications
b
c
a
d
i
i
g
(TOP)
f
e
e
c
.050”
45O
Dimension
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
i(radius)
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Min
0.280
0.985
0.950
0.910
0.045
0.695
0.195
0.015
Inches
Typ
0.285
0.990
0.955
0.920
0.050
0.700
0.200
0.020
i
Max
0.290
0.995
0.960
0.930
0.055
0.705
0.205
0.025
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Millimeters
Min
Typ
Max
8.76
8.89
9.02
25.02
25.15
25.27
24.13
24.26
24.38
23.11
23.37
23.62
1.15
1.27
1.40
17.65
17.78
17.91
10.03
10.16
10.29
0.13
0.25
0.38
XE5617G
XE5617G Pin Configuration
Pin Descriptions
PIN
NAME
DESCRIPTION
1
/DCD
/DCD is an active low output from the modem. This output is controlled by the AT&C
command. In the default condition, AT&C1, /DCD indicates the presence of a valid
carrier signal.
2
/CTS
/CTS is an active low output from the modem. When hardware flow control is active,
the modem asserts /CTS to indicate that it can accept data from the terminal equipment
on /TXD.
3
/RESET
/RESET is an active low input which initiates a modem hardware reset. /RESET must
be active for a minimum of 100 milliseconds for a proper modem reset sequence. No
external reset is required; if none is used, the /RESET signal should be left open.
4
/DSR
/DSR is an active low output from the modem. The /DSR signal typically indicates that
the modem has established a communications link. The AT&S command determines
the operation of the /DSR signal.
5
/RTS
/RTS is an active low input to the modem. When hardware flow control is active, /RTS
indicates to the modem that the host has data to send.
6
/DTR
/DTR is an active low input to the modem. The operation of /DTR is controlled by the
AT&D command. As the default, AT&D2, the modem interprets /DTR as an indication
that the Host is ready to communicate, and if /DTR is removed while the modem is online, the modem drops the connection and enters command mode.
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XE5617G
XE5617G Pin Descriptions (continued)
PIN
NAME
DESCRIPTION
7
/RXD
/RXD provides the path for received data and modem responses to be sent from the
modem to the host terminal equipment.
8
/TXD
/TXD provides the path for transmitted data and modem commands to be passed from
the host terminal equipment to the modem.
9
/RI
The /RI signal reports on the presence of an incoming ring signal. When a ring occurs
at Tip and Ring, the /RI output goes low and toggles with the cadence of the ring signal.
10
Ground
Ground provides the reference voltage for all host interface signals.
11
SPKR
SPKR provides a Pulse Width Modulated version of the signal on Tip and Ring allowing
connection of a speaker to the modem to monitor modem operations. The signal on
SPKR is controlled by the ATL and ATM commands.
12, 13
N/C
No internal connection
14
VCC
VCC provides 3.3 volt power to the modem.
15
N/C
No internal connection
16-19
NP
No Pin
20-21
N/C
No internal connection
22
Tip
The Ring and Tip signals provide modem the connection to the telephone line. FCC
Part 68 Rules require a 1500 volt isolation barrier between the telephone line and all
other circuits. This isolation must be preserved throughout the system.
The telephone company places a DC “Battery” voltage across Tip and Ring on public
switched telephone lines. The XE5617G will operate regardless of the polarity of this
“Battery” voltage. The “Battery” voltage drives up to 100 milliamps of DC loop current.
UL60950 requires minimum creepage and clearances distances be maintained between
the Tip and Ring traces and all other circuits. Clearance is the shortest distance between
conductive circuits; creepage is the distance between conductive surfaces along the
surface
23
N/C
No internal connection, To prevent damage in case of voltage surges on the telephone
line, we recommend that nothing be connected to this pin.
24
Ring
The Ring and Tip signals provide modem the connection to the telephone line. FCC
Part 68 Rules require a 1500 volt isolation barrier between the telephone line and all
other circuits. This isolation must be preserved throughout the system.
UL60950 requires minimum creepage and clearances distances be maintained between
the Tip and Ring traces and all other circuits. Clearance is the shortest distance between
conductive points along the surface.
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XE5617G
XE5617G Electrical Specifications
Parameter
Min
Typ
Max
Units
3.13
3.3
3.47
Volts
80
85
mA
26
150
VRMS
Type B Ringer
Ring Frequency Detected
15.3
68
Hz
Type B Ringer
Telephone Loop Current
16
100
ma
VCC
ICC
Ring Voltage Detected
Line Impedance
40
600
On Line
Ohms
Data Transmit level
-12.0
-9.0
dBm
DTMF Transmit Level
-2.5
0
dBm
5.0
Volts
0.4
Volts
Voh
Comments
2.4
Vol
Vih
2.0
5.0
Volts
Vil
-0.3
0.8
Volts
Avg over 3 second interval
XE5617G ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
1
Storage Temperature
-25O C to +85O C
Maximum Operating Temperature Range
0O C to +70O C
VCC
3.6 Volts
1 The XE5617G can be ordered as an Industrial Temperature Range part. These parts are screened for
operation from -40O C to +85O C. There is additional cost for this screening. Add the -ITR to the
original model number to specify the Industrial Temperature Range (ITR) screening.
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XE5617G
XE5617G Surface-Mount Soldering Instructions
The XE5617G is subject to damage if overexposed to heat during solder reflow operations. Following the
soldering instructions below will ensure that the process of soldering the module to the board does not
damage the modem.
Maximum Temperature
Maximum Time at 220O C
Maximum Time above Eutectic (180O C)
Maximum Preheat Dwell Time
220O C
20 Seconds
90 Seconds
180 Seconds
Maximum Recommended Solder Temperature Profile
220O C
180O C
150O C
-20 sec------------------------------180 sec max-------------------------
max
----- 90 sec max -----
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XE5617G
XE5617G Typical Connection Diagram
Parts List for XE5617G Typical Connection Diagram
Reference
Designation
Qty
Description
C1, C2
2
Cap. 680 pfd, Y2
F1
1
PTC, TRF600-150
Notes:
1 Capacitors, C1 and C2, may be required for EMI filtering in your system. Without these components
you may experience unintended radiation when the telephone cable is attached. C1 and C2 are highvoltage capacitors. We recommend the Novocap ES2211N681K502NXTM. This 680 pfd, 5000 volt
capacitor will direct the high frequency harmonics to the system ground.
2. F1 is a positive thermal coefficient (PTC) device which protects the modem from excessive current
flow. These devices are required for your system to pass UL60950. Fuses may be used in place of the
PTC’s
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XE5617G
XE5617G Connection Data
The XE5617G reports data on the current connection in response to the ATI11 command. Because many
of the reported parameters require an active connection, this command is best utilized from the on-line
command mode accessed with the escape sequence. The items shown in italics are only valid during an
active call.
The Connection Report is presented in two pages. The first page will be displayed on receipt of the ATI11
command. To move to the second page of the report hit any key. The table below describes the
information provided in the Connection Report.
REPORTED ITEM
DESCRIPTION
1 Last Connection
Reports the modulation used on the last completed connection; values include:
V.92PCM, V.92, V.90, V.34 and V.32
2 Initial Transmit Carrier Rate
Upstream data rate first negotiated on last connection
3 Initial Receive Carrier Rate
Downstream data rate first negotiated on last connection
4 Final Transmit Carrier Rate
Upstream data rate at the end of the last connection
5 Final Receive Carrier Rate
Downstream data rate at the end of the last connection
6 Protocol Negotiation Result
Reports the error correction protocol negotiated on last connection; values
include LAPM/SREC, LAPM, MNP, and none.
7 Data Compression Result
Reports Link data compression protocol negotiated on last connection; values
include LAPM, MNP, V.42bis, V.44 and none.
8 Noise Level
Reports the estimated noise level in the modem signal.
9 Receive Signal Power Level
Reports the approximate level of the incoming modem signal.
10 Transmit Signal Power Level Reports the level of the outgoing modem signal.
11 Round Trip Delay
Reports how many milliseconds for the signal to be transmitted and returned.
12 Near Echo level
Reports level of echoed signal in V.34 mode.
13 Far Echo Level
Reports level of echoed signal in V.34 mode.
14 Transmit Frame Count
Reports the total number of LAPM frames transmitted thus far during the call.
15 Transmit Frame Error Count Reports the number of transmitted frames rejected during the current call.
16 Receive Frame Count
Reports the total number of LAPM frames received thus far during the call.
17 Transmit Frame Error Count Reports the number of received frames rejected during the current call.
18 Retrain by Local Modem
Reports the number of retrain and rate renegotiations requested by the local modem.
19 Retrain by Remote Modem
Reports the number of retrain and rate renegotiations requested by the remote modem.
20 Local Rate Renegotiation
Reports the number of rate renegotiations requested by the local modem.
21 Remote Rate Renegotiation
Reports the number of rate renegotiations requested by the remote modem.
22 Call Termination Cause
Reports the reason for termination of the last call; 0, disconnect by local modem
command, 1, loss of received modem carrier, 2, failed call attempt, 3,V.92, V.90 or
V.34 training failure, and 4, protocol failure.
23 Robbed-Bit Signalling
On PCM connections only reports the presence of robbed-bit signalling
24 Digital Loss (dB)
On PCM connections only shows the digital signal loss
25 Remote Server ID
On PCM lines indicates the ID of the remote server
26 Last PCM S Pointer
Displays the last S pointer when the modem expected to enter PCM mode
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XE5617G
XE5617G AT Commands
The XE5617G uses "AT" commands for
configuration and control. This section describes the
AT command format and lists the commands,
registers and result codes.
If the command buffer overflows, the modem
issues an "ERROR" result code, and the
command line is not executed. Register S3 allows
the user to select a character other than a carriage
return to terminate the command line.
Command Mode: The XE5617G enters command
mode on power-up, reset, a lost connection, or
receipt of the escape code. In command mode the
modem accepts commands from the host on
transmit data. Appropriate result codes are returned
on received data.
Re-Execute Last Command - The A/
command causes the modem to re-execute the
last command line. This is the only command
which does not require the "AT" prefix.
Note: For backward compatibility some functions
are controlled by more than one command. In these
instances the last command issued determines the
function setting.
Omitted Parameters - Most commands include
a parameter which determines how the functions
will be set. When the command parameter is
omitted from the command string, it is assumed to
be a 0.
Command Line Format
AT commands follow a strict format. Each
command line, except A/, begins with the prefix
AT. The "A" and "T" may be both upper case or
both lower case but cannot be of different cases.
The modem determines data rate of the host
equipment by measuring the width of the incoming
bits of the “A” and “T.”
Escape Characters - A 3 character escape
sequence may be entered to switch the modem
into command mode while on line. The escape
character, set by Register S2, must be entered 3
times in succession to execute the escape. An AT
command must then be entered within the period
defined by S12 to enter command mode. The
default escape sequence is "+++."
Multiple commands may be combined into a single
command line of up to 40 characters. Commands
are executed in the sequence they appear upon
receipt of a carriage return. Spaces inserted into the
command line are not placed in the buffer.
Result Codes - The modem issues a result code
after each action. Result codes may be sent as
full words, one or two digit numeric codes, or may
be disabled all together. Each result code ends
with a carriage return when numeric result codes
are chosen. When full word result codes are
chosen, a Line Feed and Carriage Return precede
and follow each result code.
The command line can be edited with a backspace
before it is executed. The backspace erases the
previous character in the command line. Register S5
allows the user to select a character other than
backspace to edit the command line.
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XE5617G
XE5617G AT Commands
An asterisk indicates the factory default
Mn - Speaker Activity - Determines when the speaker
will be active.
n=0 Speaker off
n=1 Speaker on until carrier received *
n=2 Speaker remains on
n=3 Speaker on until DCD active
A - Answer Command - Causes the modem to
immediately go off-hook and attempt to negotiate a
connection
D - Dial Command - Causes the modem to go off-hook
and dial a remote modem. Below is a list of characters
accepted in the dialing string.
0-9, A-D, #, * = Dialing Digits
L = Redial Last Number Dialed
P = Pulse dial
S=n = Dial number stored in location n
T = Tone dial
W = Wait for dial tone
, = Pause for the duration of S8
! = Switch hook flash
; = Return to the command state
Nn - Link Negotiations - Selects how Register S37 will
be used to set the link negotiations
n=0 Connect only using the speed selected by S37
n=1 Begin negotiations at the selected speed but
allow fallback *
On - On Line - Puts the modem back into data mode from
the on-line command mode with or without a retrain.
n=0 Return On Line with no retrain *
n=1 Initiate retrain while returning On line.
n=3 Initiate rate renegotiation on return On line.
En - Command Echo - Determines it the modem returns
the commands received from the host.
n=0 Do not echo commands
n=1 Enable command echo *
Qn - Responses - Determines if the modem will send
responses to the host.
n=0 Send responses *
n=1 No Responses
Hn - Switch Hook Control - Controls the connection to
the telephone line.
n=0 Switch hook relay opens
n=1 Switch hook relay closes
Sr? - Interrogate Register - Read value of selected
register.
Sr=n - Set Register Value - Set value of selected
register.
In - Modem Identification - Provides product data..
n=0 Modem identity
n=1 ROM Checksum
n=2 Verify Checksum,
n=3 Driver Version Number
n=4 Data Pump Firmware Version
n=5 Code Version
n=9 Country ID
n=11 Connection Data
Vn - Result Codes - Determines what the type of result
codes to be issued.
n=0 Numeric Result Codes
n=1 English Word Result Codes*
Wn - Expanded Result Codes - Allows protocol
messages to be appended to the modem Connect
responses.
n=0 Report DTE Receive Speed
n=1 Report DTE Receive Speed and protocol type
n=2 Report DCE Receive Speed and protocol type *
Ln - Speaker Volume - Selects level of speaker output.
n=0 Low Volume
n=1 Low Volume
n=2 Moderate Volume *
n=3 High Volume
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XE5617G
XE5617G AT Commands
Xn - Result Code Set - Sets the modem responses
n=0 Responses 0-4
n=1 Responses 0-5 & 10
n=2 Responses 0-6 & 10
n=3 Responses 0-5, 7 & 10
n=4 Responses 0-8 & 10*
n=5 All Responses
n=6 All Responses
n=7 All Responses except extended result codes
&Tn - Modem Test Modes - Modem diagnostics.
n=0 Terminate Test in Progress
n=1 Local Analog Loopback test
n=3 Local Digital Loopback test
&V - View Active Configuration - Presents current
modem configuration information
&W - Store Active Configuration - Places the current
configuration into the selected memory location where
it can be recalled on a soft reset.
Z - Reset - Causes an immediate modem soft reset and
reconfigures the modem to the stored values
&Zx=n - Store Number n in Location “x” - Permits
placement of a telephone number in the selected
memory location. Dialing the stored number is
accomplished with the s=n dial modifier where n is the
memory location of the stored number.
x=0 Location 0
n=1 Location 1
n=2 Location 2
&Cn - Data Carrier Detect Operation - Determines how
the modem will present /DCD to the host.
n=0 /DCD forced active at all times
n=1 /DCD indicates modem carrier signal state *
&Dn - Data Terminal Ready Determines how the
modem will react to the removal of /DTR from the host.
n=0 Modem ignores status of /DTR
n=1 If /DTR is deactivated while the modem is on
line, the modem enters on-line command mode
n=2 /DTR must be active to maintain connection *
n=3 Modem is reset when /DTR deactivated
\Gn - In Band Flow Control - Determines how the
modem handles received XON and XOFF flow control
characters.
n=0 Act on received XON and XOFF characters
n=1 Pass XON/XOFF characters in data stream
&F - Restore Factory Configuration - Returns
configuration to its factory settings.
\Kn - Response to receipt of Break Signal (Data Mode)
Determines how the modem will handle an received
break signal.
n=0 Enter on-line command mode, do not
transmit break
n=1 Clear data buffers, transmit break
n=2 same as n=0
n=3 Immediately transmit break
n=4 same as n=0
n=5 Transmit nondestructive break in sequence
with data
&Kn - Local Flow Control - Determines the operation of
flow control between the modem and local host.
n=0 No Flow Control
n=3 RTS/CTS (hardware) Flow Control *
n=4 XON/XOFF (software) Flow Control
&Sn - Data Set Ready - Determines how the modem will
present /DSR to the host.
n=0 Force DSR active *
n=1 /DSR Indicates the modem’s readiness to
communicate
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XE5617G
XE5617G AT Commands
\N - Error Control Mode - Selects which protocols will
be used during data connections.
n=0 Buffer Data, No Error Control
n=1 Direct mode, No Error Control, No buffered
data
n=2 MNP Error Correction required
n=3 Auto Error Correction *
n=4 V.42 Required
n=5 same as n=3
n=7 same as n=3
\Qn - Local Flow Control - Determines the type of flow
control used to regulate data flow between the modem
and local host.
n=0 Disabled
n=1 XON/XOFF (Software)
n=3 RTS/CTS (Hardware) *
\Tn - Inactivity Timer - Sets the time the modem waits
before disconnecting due to inactivity
n=0 Timer disabled *
n=1-255 Inactivity Timer in minutes the modem
\Xn - Software Flow Control Pass Through - Determines
how the modem will process received XON and XOFF
characters.
n=0 Process XON and XOFF characters locally *
n=1 Pass XON and XOFF characters to the remote
modem
%Cn - Data Compression Control - Determines if Data
Compression can be negotiated.
n=0 Data Compression Disabled
n=1 Data Compression Permitted *
+DCS=a,b - Select Data Compression Type - Selects the
t data compression to be used on subsequent calls
a - V.42bis
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled *
b - V.44
0 - Disabled
1 - Enabled *
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+DR=a - Select Data Compression Report - Determines
if the modem issues a Data Compression message.
a - Data Compression Report
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled *
+ER=a - Select Error Correction Report Type Determines if the Error Control status of the connection
will be reported.
a - Error Correction Report
0 = Disabled *
1 = Enabled
-V90=r - Select V.90 downstream data rate - selects the
downstream data rate during a V.90 connection.
r=0 V.90 disabled
r=1 Auto negotiate data rate
r=2 28,000 bps
r=3 29,333 bps
r=4 30,666 bps
r=5 32,000 bps
r=6 33,333 bps
r=7 34,666 bps
r=8 36,000 bps
r=9 37,333 bps
r=10 38,666 bps
r=11 40,000 bps
r=12 41,333 bps
r=13 42,666 bps
r=14 44,000 bps
r=15 45,333 bps
r=16 45,666 bps
r=17 48,000 bps
r=18 49,333 bps
r=19 50,666 bps
r=20 52,000 bps
r=21 53,333 bps
+FCLASS = a Select Service Class - Selects modem
operating mode.
a - Service Class
0 = Data Mode
1 = Class 1 Fax Mode
8 = Select Voice Mode
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XE5617G
XE5617G AT Commands
+IFC = a,b Local Flow Control - Selects the flow control
settings for the modem.
a - DTE control of data from DCE
0 = No Flow Control
1 = XON/XOFF (Software Flow Control)
2 = RTS/CTS (Hardware Flow Control) *
b - DCE control of data from DTE
0 = No Flow Control
1 = XON/XOFF (Software Flow Control)
2 = RTS/CTS (Hardware Flow Control) *
+GCI = a Country Selection (Hex Format code) Chooses the modem’s country configuration. The
country configuration is always stored in nonvolatile
memory.
a - Country Code
00 = Japan
04 = Germany
09 = Australia
0A = Austria
0F = Belgium
20 = Canada
26 = People’s Republic of China
31 = Denmark
3C = Finland
3D = France
42 = Germany
46 = Greece
50 = Hong Kong
51 = Hungary
53 = India
54 = Indonesia
57 = Ireland
59 = Italy
61 = Korea
6C = Malaysia
72 = Europe
73 = Mexico
7B = Netherlands
7E = New Zealand
82 = Norway
89 = Philipines
8B = Portugal
9C = Singapore
9F = South Africa
A0 = Spain
A5 = Sweden
A6 = Switzerland
A9 = Thailand
AE = Turkey
B4 = United Kingdom
B5 = United States
BC = Vietnam
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+ILR=a - Report Serial Data Rate - Determines if the
local serial data rate will be reported as part of the
Connect message.
0 = Do not transmit local serial data rate
with the Connect response
1 = Transmit the local serial data rate as
part of the Connect message.
+IPR=a - Fix Serial Data Rate - Sets the speed of the
serial interface to a predetermined rate.
a - Data Rate Setting
0
= Automatic rate detection
110
= 100 bps
300
= 300 bps
600
= 600 bps
1200 = 1200 bps
2400 = 2400 bps
4800 = 4800 bps
9600 = 9600 bps
14400 = 14,400 bps
19200 = 19,200 bps
38400 = 38,400 bps
57600 = 57,600 bps
115200 = 115,200 bps
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XE5617G
XE5617G AT Commands
+MS=a,b,c,d,e,f - Select Modulation - Selects the
starting modulation for link negotiations/
a - Carrier
V.92 = V.92 connection *
V.90 = V.90 connection
V34 = V.34 connection
V32B = V.32bis connection
V32 = V.32 connection
V22B = V.22bis connection
V22 = V.22 connection
Bell212A = Bell 212A connection
V23C = V.23 connection
V21 = V.21 connection
Bell103 = Bell 103 connection
b - Automatic Modulation negotiations
0 - Disabled
1 - Enabled *
c - Minimum receive data rate (300 to 33,600 bps)
d - Maximum receive data rate (300 to 33,600 bps)
e - Minimum transmit data rate (300 to 33,600 bps)
f - Maximum transmit data rate (300 to 33,600 bps)
XE5617G Voice Commands
+FClass=8 - Enter Voice Mode
+VCID=n Caller ID Options
n=1 Disable Caller ID
n=2 Enable formated Caller ID
n=3 Enable unformatted Caller ID
+VDR=a,b Distincitive Ring
a=0 Disable Distinctive Ring
a=1 Enable Distinctive Ring
b=0-255 delay in Ring Result code (b x 0.1 seconds)
+VIP Initialize Voice Parameters
+VIT=t DTE/DCE Inactivity Timer
t=0-255 seconds
+VNH=n Automatic DCE Disconnect
n=0 DCE Disconnect enabled
n=2 DCE Disconnect disabled
+VLS=n Speakerphone Selection
n=0 Speakerphone off
n=5 Speakerphone Mute Operation
n=7 Normal Speakerphone Operation
+VRA=n Wait After Ringback Tone
n=0-255 Required wait after Ringing (0.1 seconds)
+VRN=n No Ringback Tone Delay
n=0-255 Required delay before off-hook (seconds)
+VRX Enter Voice Receive State
+VSD=s,i Silence Detection
s=0-255 sensitivity in -dBm
i=0-255 duration of silence (0.1 seconds)
+VSM=c,s Voice Conmpression
c=128 8-bit Linear Conpression
c=129 16-bit linear Compression *
c=130 8-bit A-law Conpression
c=131 8-bit υ-law Conpression
c=132 IMA ADPCM Conpression
c=133 G.729 Conpression
s=129800 8.0 KHz sampling rate
+VSP=n Speaker Phone
n=0 Speakerphoone Off
n=1 Speakerphone On
+VEM=n Event Reporting and masking
n=0-255 Event Code
+VTD=t Bep tone Duration
t=0-400 Beep duration in .01 seconds
+VGM=n Microphone Gain
n=0-255 Microphone Gain (128 nominal value)
+VTR Start Full-Duplex Voice Communications
+VGR=n Receive Gain
n=0-255 Receive Gain (128 nominal value)
+VTS=(string) DTMF string
string = 0-9, #, *, ! (hook flash), A, B, C, D
+VTX Enter Voice Transmit State
+VGS=n Speaker Gain
n=0-255 Speaker Gain (128 nominal value)
+VGT=n Speaker Volume Control
n=0-255 Speaker Volume (128 nominal value)
XECOM
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XE5617G
XE5617G Fax Commands
+FRM = a Receive Data
a - Select Modulation
3 = V.21 Channel 2; 300 bps
24 = V.27ter; 2400 bps
48 = V.27ter; 4800 bps
72 = V.29; 7200 bps
73 = V.17; 7200 bps
74 = V.17 short train; 7200 bps
96 = V.29; 9600 bps
97 = V.17; 9600 bps
98 = V.17 short train; 9600 bps
121 = V.17; 12,000 bps
122 = V.17 short train; 12,000 bps
145 = V.17; 14,400 bps
146 = V.17 short train; 14,400 bps
+FCLASS = a Select Service Class
a - Service Class
0 = Data Mode *
1 = Class 1 Fax Mode
8= Voice Mode
+FLO = a Flow Control
a - Flow Control Type
0 = Flow Control Disabled
1 = XON/XOFF (software flow control)
2 = RTS/CTS (hardware flow control) *
+FPR = a Serial Data Rate
a - Select Serial Data Rate
0 = Automatic Rate Detection
1 = 2400 bps
2 = 4800 bps
4 = 9600 bps
8 = 19,200 bps
10 = 38,400 bps
18 = 57,600 bps *
+FRS = a Receive Silence
a - Required Silence in 10 msec increments values
0 to 255
+FTH = a Transmit HDLC Data
a - Select Modulation see +FRH for selections
+FRH = a Receive HDLC Data
a - Select Modulation
3 = V.21 Channel 2; 300 bps
24 = V.27ter; 2400 bps
48 = V.27ter; 4800 bps
72 = V.29; 7200 bps
73 = V.17; 7200 bps
74 = V.17 short train; 7200 bps
96 = V.29; 9600 bps
97 = V.17; 9600 bps
98 = V.17 short train; 9600 bps
121 = V.17; 12,000 bps
122 = V.17 short train; 12,000 bps
145 = V.17; 14,400 bps
146 = V.17 short train; 14,400 bps
XECOM
+FTM = a Transmit Data
a - Select Modulation see +FRM for selections
+FTS = a Transmit Silence
a - Requires the modem to end transmission and
wait before issuing OK response. The wait set
by “a” is in 10 millisecond increments. Values
of “a” range from 0 to 255.
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XE5617G
XE5617G REGISTER SETTINGS
S0
Answer on nth Ring: S0 sets the modem to
automatically answer on the nth ring. Setting S0 to
0 disables automatic answer.
Range:
0 to 255
Units
Rings
Default
0
S7
Wait for Carrier after Dialing: S7 determines
how long the modem waits for a valid carrier
signal after dialing.
Range:
0 to 255
Units
Seconds
Default
60
S1
Ring Count: S1 is a read-only register showing the
number of rings detected. If no ring is detected
within 8 seconds, S1 is reset.
Range:
0 to 255
Units
Rings
Default
0
S8
Comma Pause Time: S8 defines the duration of
the pause initiated by a comma in the dialing
string when waiting for a second dial tone.
Range:
0 to 255
Units
Seconds
Default
2
S2
Escape Character: S2 sets the ASCII escape
character. Values of 0-127 select valid characters;
values from 128 to 255 disable the escape
sequence.
Range:
0 to 255
Units
ASCII Character
Default
43 (+)
S10 Carrier Off Disconnect Delay: S10 selects how
long carrier must be lost to initiate a modem
disconnect.
S3
Range:
Units
Default
S11
Line Termination Character: S3 determines the
ASCII character which will terminate commands
and modem responses.
Range:
0 to 127
Units
ASCII Character
Default
13 (Carriage Return)
Line Feed Character: S4 sets the ASCII character
to act as a line feed character in modem responses.
Range:
0 to 127
Units
ASCII Character
Default
10 (Line Feed)
S5
Backspace Character: S5 defines the ASCII
character used as a backspace to edit the
command line.
Range:
Units
Default
S6
XECOM
50 to 150
milliseconds
95
S12
Escape Code Guard Timer: S12 sets the modem
guard timer. Anything received before or after
the escape sequence, within the guard timer,
causes the modem to abort the escape.
Range:
10 to 255
Units
0.02 Seconds
Default
50
S28
V.34 Modulation: S28 determines if V.34
modulation can be used.
0 to 127
ASCII Character
8 (Back Space)
S28 = 0
Disabled
S28 = 1
Enabled
Default: 1
Dial Tone Wait Time: S6 determines how long the
modem waits for dial tone before dialing. The Dial
Tone Wait Time cannot be set to less than two
seconds.
Range:
Units
Default
DTMF Dialing Speed: S11 determines the
DTMF tone duration and spacing.
Range:
Units
Default
S4
1 to 255
0.1 Seconds
20
S30
0 to 255
Seconds
3
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Disconnect Inactivity Timer: S30 sets how
long the modem remains on line with no data
flowing. A zero prevents the modem from
disconnecting due to inactivity.
Range: 0-255
Units: Minutes
Default: 0
XE5617G
XE5617G REGISTER SETTINGS
S35
Calling Tone: S35 determines if Calling Tone will
be present on a data call.
S35 = 0
Disabled
S35 = 1
Enabled
Default: 1
S36
Response to LAPM Negotiation failure: S36
determines the action taken by the modem if the
selected error correction negotiations are
unsuccessful.
S36 = 0 Disconnect
S36 = 1 Maintain link with no error correction
S36 = 2 Disconnect
S36 = 3 Maintain link with no error correction
S36 = 4 Attempt MNP; disconnect on MNP
failure
S36 = 5 Attempt MNP; maintain link with no
error correction on MNP failure
S36 = 6 Attempt MNP; disconnect on MNP
failure
S36 = 7 Attempt MNP; maintain link with no
error correction on MNP failure
Default: 7
S37
Line Data Rate: S37 sets the maximum line data
rate that can be negotiated. In V.90 mode this
register controls the upstream data rate.
0 = Automatic Negotiation
2 = V.23, 1200/75 bps
3 = 300 bps
5 = 1200 bps
6 = 2400 bps
7 = 4800 bps
8 = 7200 bps
9 = 9600 bps
10 = 12,000 bps
11 = 14,400 bps
12 = 16,800 bps
13 = 19,200 bps
14 = 21,600 bps
15 = 24,000 bps
16 = 26,400 bps
17 = 28,800 bps
18 = 31,200 bps
19 = 33,600 bps *
XECOM
S38
Downstream Data Rate: S38 forces a maximum
line data rate in V.90 mode
0 = V.90 disabled
1 = Automatic rate selection *
2 = 28,000 bps
3 = 29,333 bps
4 = 30,666 bps
5 = 32,000 bps
6 = 33,333 bps
7 = 34,666 bps
8 = 36,000 bps
9 = 37.333 bps
10 = 38,666 bps
11 = 40,000 bps
12 = 41,333 bps
13 = 42,666 bps
14 = 44,000 bps
15 = 45,333 bps
16 = 46,666 bps
17 = 48,000 bps
18 = 49,333 bps
19 = 50,666 bps
20 = 52,000 bps
21 = 53,333 bps
22 = 54,666 bps
23 = 56,000 bps
S48
LAPM Error Control - S48 allows LAPM Error
Control to be enabled or disabled.
S48 = 128 LAPM Disabled
S48 =7 LAPM Enabled
Default: 7
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XE5617G
XE5617G RESPONSES
Digits
Verbose
0
OK
1
CONNECT
2
RING
3
NO CARRIER
4
ERROR
Description
Command Successful
300 bps or higher connection
Ring signal detected
Carrier not detected
Error in command line
5
CONNECT 1200
1200 bps Connection
6
NO DIAL TONE
No dial tone detected
7
BUSY
Busy signal detected
8
NO ANSWER
10
CONNECT 2400
Remote does not answer
2400 bps Connection
11
CONNECT 4800
4800 bps Connection
12
CONNECT 9600
9600 bps Connection
13
CONNECT 14400
14,400 bps Connection
14
CONNECT 19200
19,200 bps Connection
18
CONNECT 57600
57,600 bps Connection
24
CONNECT 7200
7200 bps Connection
25
CONNECT 12000
12,000 bps Connection
40
CONNECT 300
55
CONNECT 21600
21,600 bps Connection
56
CONNECT 24000
24,000 bps Connection
57
CONNECT 26400
26,400 bps Connection
58
CONNECT 28800
28,800 bps Connection
59
CONNECT 31200
31200 bps Connection
60
CONNECT 33600
33,600 bps Connection
70
CONNECT 32000
32,000 bps Connection
71
CONNECT 34000
34,000 bps Connection
72
CONNECT 36000
36,000 bps Connection
73
CONNECT 38000
38,000 bps Connection
74
CONNECT 40000
40,000 bps Connection
75
CONNECT 42000
42,000 bps Connection
76
CONNECT 44000
44,000 bps Connection
77
CONNECT 46000
46,000 bps Connection
78
CONNECT 48000
48,000 bps Connection
79
CONNECT 50000
50,000 bps Connection
80
CONNECT 52000
52,000 bps Connection
81
CONNECT 54000
54,000 bps Connection
82
CONNECT 56000
56,000 bps Connection
86
CONNECT 16800
16,800 bps Connection
87
CONNECT 115200
88
DELAYED
XECOM
300 bps Connection
115,200 bps Connection
Dialing of this number is delayed due to success failed attempts
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XE5617G
XE5617G RESPONSES
Digits
Verbose
Description
89
BLACKLISTED
90
BLACKLIST FULL
100
CONNECT 28000
28,000 bps Connection
101
CONNECT 29333
29,333 bps Connection
102
CONNECT 30666
30,666 bps Connection
103
CONNECT 33333
33,333 bps Connection
104
CONNECT 34666
34,666 bps Connection
105
CONNECT 37333
37,333 bps Connection
106
CONNECT 38666
38,666 bps Connection
107
CONNECT 41333
41,333 bps Connection
108
CONNECT 42666
42,666 bps Connection
109
CONNECT 45333
45,333 bps Connection
110
CONNECT 46666
46,666 bps Connection
111
CONNECT 49333
49,333 bps Connection
112
CONNECT 50666
50,666 bps Connection
113
CONNECT 53333
53,333 bps Connection
114
CONNECT 54666
54,666 bps Connection
Attempted Number is Blacklisted
The buffer for storing blacklisted numbers is full
The following responses will be appended to Connect responses when extended result codes are selected, see ATW command.
Verbose
XECOM
Description
V.44
V.44 Data Compression
V.42
V.42 error correction protocol negotiated
V.42bis
V.42bis data compression protocol negotiated
MNP4
MNP4 error correction negotiated
MNP5
MNP5 error correction negotiated
NoEC
No Error Control active on this link
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XE5617G
FCC Instructions
The XE5617G complies with Part 68 of the FCC Rules and Regulations. With each device shipped, there
is a label which contains the FCC Registration Number. The FCC Registration number incorporates the
Model Number, Manufacturer Identifier, Product Type identifier and Ringer Equivalence Number (REN)
for this product. You must, upon request, provide this information to your telephone company. The format
of the FCC Registration Number
US: DWEMM01BX5617G (pending)
The mounting of this device in the final assembly must be made in such a manner as to preserve the high
voltage protection between the TIP/RING Connection and the rest of the system. Typically, this may be
accomplished by maintaining a minimum spacing 100 mils between the TIP/RING Traces to the RJ-11C
Jack and low voltage portion of the system. No additional circuitry may be attached between TIP/RING
and the telephone line connection, unless specifically allowed in the rules.
The REN is useful to determine the quantity of devices you may connect to a telephone line and still have
all of these devices ring when the number is called. In most, but not all areas, the sum of the RENs of all
devices connected to one line should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of devices you
may connect to the line, as determined by the REN, you should contact the local telephone company to
determine the maximum REN for you calling area.
If your system causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may discontinue service
temporarily. If possible, they will notify you in advance. If advance notification is not practical, you will be
notified as soon as possible.
Your telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations or procedures that
could affect proper functioning of your equipment. If they do, you will be notified in advance to give you
an opportunity to maintain uninterrupted telephone service.
If you experience trouble with this device, please contact XECOM at (408) 942-2200 for information on
obtaining service or repairs. The telephone company may ask you to disconnect this device from the
network until the problem has been corrected or until you are sure that the device is not malfunctioning.
XECOM
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XE5617G
Terms of Sale
Devices sold by XECOM are covered by the warranty provisions appearing in its Terms of Sale only. XECOM makes no warranty, express, statutory, implied, or by description regarding the information set forth herein, or regarding the freedom of the described devices from patent infringement. XECOM makes no warranty of merchantability or fitness for any purposes.
XECOM reserves the right to discontinue production and change specifications and prices at any time and without notice. This
product is intended for use in normal commercial applications. Applications requiring extended temperature range, unusual environmental requirements, or high reliability applications, such as military, medical life-support or life-sustaining equipment, are
specifically not recommended without additional processing and authorization by XECOM for such application.
Xecom assumes no responsibility for the use of any circuitry other than circuitry embodied in a Xecom product. No other circuits, patents, or licenses are implied.
Life Support Policy
Xecom's products are not authorized for use as Critical Components in Life Support Devices or Systems.
Life Support Devices or Systems are devices or systems which, (a) are intended for surgical implant into the body, or (b) support or sustain life, and whose failure to perform, when properly used in accordance with instructions provided in the labeling,
can be reasonably expected to result in significant injury to the user.
A Critical Component is any component of a life support device or system whose failure to perform can be reasonably expected to cause failure of the life support device or system, or to affect its safety or effectiveness.
Copyright, Xecom © 2007
While Xecom, Inc. has made every effort to ensure that the information presented here is accurate, Xecom will not be liable for any damages arising from errors or
omission of fact. Xecom reserves the right to modify specifications and/or prices without notice. Product mentioned herein are used for identification purposes
only and may be trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
Xecom Incorporated
374 Turquoise Street, Milpitas, CA 95035
Ph:408-942-2200 Fax:408-942-1346 E-Mail: info@xecom.com
XECOM
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