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Adtran Model U-BR1TE II ISDN 2B1 Owner manual
Section 61102020L2-5, Issue 2
C A U T I O N !
PRACTICES
SUBJECT TO ELECTROSTATIC DAMAGE
OR DECREASE IN RELIABILITY.
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS REQUIRED.
Section 61102020L2-5
Issue 2, April 1995
L2 CLEI Code #D4CIAKF _ _ _
L3 CLEI Code #D4CIAJ5 _ _ _
MODEL U-BR1TE II
ISDN 2B1Q INTERFACE
INSTALLATION/MAINTENANCE
CONTENTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
GENERAL ...................................................................
INSTALLATION ...........................................................
TESTING .....................................................................
MLT 3.0/ISDN CHANNEL TEST .................................
MAINTENANCE ..........................................................
WARRANTY AND CUSTOMER SERVICE .................
1
2
7
9
9
9
FIGURES
Figure 1. ADTRAN U-BR1TE II .......................................
Figure 2. Time Slot Assignments for 2B+D Service
in SLC Mode I with D1D Counting .................
Figure 3. Connector Pin Assignments ..........................
Figure 4. U-BR1TE II SW1 ...............................................
Figure 5. U-BR1TE II Faceplate ......................................
Figure 6. Position Switch Settings at Network
Locations .........................................................
1
2
3
3
3
6
TABLES
Table A. Basic Features ..................................................
Table B. Channel Slots that CANNOT Contain
BR1TE Cards .....................................................
Table C. Switch 1 Option Settings ..................................
Table D. Test Selector Knob Options .............................
Table E. Front Panel LED Indicators ..............................
1.
1
4
5
6
7
1.2
Issue 2 updates Figure 4 and Table C to reflect
new SW1 settings.
GENERAL
1.1
This practice provides installation and maintenance
information for the ADTRAN U-BR1TE II and U-BR1TE II/
Mechanized Loop Testing (MLT). Figure 1 is a photograph
of the U-BR1TE II. The part number and basic features for
the U-BR1TE II are provided in Table A.
Table A. Basic Features
Unit
Part No.
Features
U-BR1TE II
1102020L2
Basic rate 2B+D service.
Faceplate Bantam jacks.
18 kFt range.
LED indicators.
NT or LT operational modes.
Local and remote loopback.
U-BR1TE II/
MLT
1102020L3
Figure 1. ADTRAN U-BR1TE II
Adds MLT 3.0/ISDN compatibility per TR-NWT-000397,
Issue 3, December 1993.
1.3
The ADTRAN U-BR1TE II is a line card for use in
AT&T D4/SLC®-96 channel banks. The U-BR1TE II
provides an ISDN U-interface and allows the transport of
Basic Rate 2B+D information over T1 carriers. The
U-BR1TE II is used at both the Central Office Terminal
(COT) location and the Remote Terminal (RT) location.
Clear channel capability (B8ZS) is not required of the T1
facility if zero byte suppression is enabled. The U-BR1TE
II plugs into a single channel slot of the D4 bank. Three
time slots are required for transport of 2B+D information.
Block error rate performance over the T1 facility is
monitored and is available to the network.
1.4
The ADTRAN U-BR1TE II provides Basic Rate
(2B+D) ISDN service to remote locations over existing
single twisted pair wiring. The following is a list of the
performance features of the ADTRAN U-BR1TE II:
SLC is a registered trademark of AT&T.
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•
ISDN 2B1Q interface which meets all Layer 1
requirements as specified in ANSI T1.601-1991.
•
18 kFt nominal range on mixed gauge wire.
•
Provides for the transport of ISDN Basic Rate
2B+D information over T1 facilities in the 3-DS0
format specified in TR-NWT-000397.
•
All Layer 1 maintenance functions.
•
Performance monitoring of the Layer 1 facility as
specified in TR-NWT-000397.
•
A distinctive metallic DC test signature to identify
either line unit LT or line unit NT mode of operation
as specified in TR-NWT-000397.
•
Provides loopback capability for full 2B+D as
well as individual B channels in both loop and
carrier directions. Individual B channel loopbacks
may be initiated at the U-BR1TE II faceplate or
from a remote location through the maintenance
channel.
•
B1 and B2 loopback addressability at the
faceplate for the NT1 and up to four devices in
the network-to-customer direction.
•
DS0 logic level transmit and receive data access
through faceplate Bantam jacks.
•
A built-in Cyclic Redundancy Check (crc) clock
error detector allows for local performance
monitoring at the faceplate without test
equipment.
UTS
UTS
UTS
C1
C2
*
LTS
LTS
LTS
UTS =
upper time slot
Responds to OCU latching loopback in 2B, B1,
and B2 modes of operation.
1.5
The ADTRAN U-BR1TE II is fully compatible in
functionality and is interchangeable with the following
units: the ADTRAN U-BR1TE (1100020L1, L3) and the
ADTRAN U-BR1TE/MLT (1100020L2).
2.
INSTALLATION
2.1
After unpacking the unit, immediately inspect it
for possible shipping damage. If damage is discovered,
file a claim immediately with the carrier, then contact
ADTRAN Customer Service; see subsection 6.2.
2.2
The U-BR1TE II plugs into a single D4/SLC-96
channel slot. When provisioned to provide basic rate
service (2B+D), the U-BR1TE II occupies three time
slots. In a D4 or SLC-96 Mode III channel bank, it
occupies the time slot associated with the physical channel
slot that it occupies and the next two time slots to the right.
The physical channel slots, whose time slots are used in
this manner, must remain unoccupied.
In a SLC-96 Mode I with D1D counting channel
bank, the time slots are allocated as shown in Figure 2
with two time slots per physical channel slot.
The unit uses two time slots in one physical slot
and a time slot from an adjacent slot when configured for
2B+D operation. When optioned for Slot 1, 4, 7, or 10
operation, the unit occupies the two time slots associated
with the physical slot in which it resides and the upper
time slot of the next adjacent physical slot. When
optioned for Slot 2, 5, 8, or 11 operation, the unit occupies
the lower time slot of the occupied physical slot and the
PS4
PS5
PS6
PS7
PS8
PS9
PS10
PS11
PS12
C1
C2
C1
C2
C1
C2
Unoccupied
PS3
•
Unoccupied
PS2
Addressing and error status with front panel LED
indicators. Test functions chosen by a front
panel eight-position rotary switch.
Unoccupied
PS1
•
C1 =
physical location of U-BR1TE
optioned as "slots 1, 4, 7, 10"
C2 =
physical location of U-BR1TE
optioned as "slots 2, 5, 8, 11"
LTS = lower time slot
PS = physical slot
(1 physical slot consists of 2 time slots)
* = Must be empty - time slots are being used
by U-BR1TE card in C2
Figure 2. Time Slot Assignments for 2B+D Service in SLC Mode I with D1D Counting
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Physical Requirements
The U-BR1TE II occupies one card position in
the D4 channel bank. The connector pin assignments
are illustrated in Figure 3.
TRM
adjacent two time slots of the next physical slot to the
right. When using the Slot 2, 5, 8, 11 option, the physical
slot to the right must be left vacant. A unit optioned for two
time slots (B1+D or B2+D) occupies only the two time
slots associated with the physical slot used. In this
configuration, option the unit for Slot 1, 4, 7, or 10. See
Table B for additional channel slot deployment restrictions
for each bank type.
B1
B2
D
NoSX
LT
ZBS
Dis
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C
1
B1
B2
D
NoSX
LT
ZBS
Dis
TRM
SW1
O
C
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
SW1
O
2.3
+5V
INCLK
TDATA
RCLK
RWD
RSQ
-48V
R*
GND
28
1
29
2
30
3
31
4
32
5
33
6
34
7
35
8
9
37
10
38
11
39
12
40
13
41
14
42
15
43
16
44
17
45
18
46
19
47
20
48
21
49
22
50
23
51
24
52
25
53
26
54
27
TDCLK
NGATE
RSP
RNDIS
-48R
2.6
Faceplate Features
Figure 5 is an illustration of the ADTRAN
U-BR1TE II faceplate. The B1/B2 dual in-line package
(DIP) switch determines which bearer channel (B1 or B2)
is to be looped back. If only one bearer channel has been
selected, the switch must select the configured channel.
Loopback addresses may only be selected in a
downstream direction from the ISDN switch (see Figure
6). The NORM/TEST DIP switch, which activates
U-BR1TE II test features, is recessed to prevent
inadvertent operation. The rotary switch is used to
determine the loopback location or specific tests. See
Table D for a list of the possible options using the rotary
switch.
U-BR1TE II
D4-UBR1
1102020L2
NSEIZE
CRTX
LPBK
LPTX
ADR4
T*
MCLK
NT1
ADR3
ADR1
ADR2
*2B1Q Signal
Terminals
Figure 3. Connector Pin Assignments
B1
B2
ON
SYNC
1 2
36
FRM GND
-12V
GND
+12V
GND
TWD
TSP
TSQ
RNPCN
Figure 4. U-BR1TE II SW1
NORM
LP
TEST
CRC
OUT Rx
SYNC
2.4
Interface Requirements
The U-BR1TE II unit includes two interfaces.
The loop-side interface is an ISDN U-interface which is
used to deliver Basic Rate service. The carrier-side
interface is a D4/SLC-96 channel bank interface which is
used to insert data into the 1.544 Mbps T1 stream. Only
the polarity-insensitive T and R leads are used in the
cross-connection.
CR
L
O
G
I
C
CRC
ACT
RLB
IN Tx
2.5
Internal Options Switch Settings
See Figure 4 for SW1 location. Table C contains
the option settings for for SW1.
Figure 5. U-BR1TE II Faceplate
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Table B. Channel Slots that CANNOT Contain BR1TE Cards
Type of Service
D4 Bank with
D4 Counting
SLC-96 Mode I with
D1D Counting
SLC-96 Mode III
with D1D Counting
D
B1+D or B2+D (*)
2B+D (**)
--24
23, 24
----6, 12
--6, 12, 18, 24,
5, 6, 11, 12, 17, 18,
23, 24
D4 Bank with D1D Counting
or SLC-96 Mode III
with D4 Counting
--12, 24,
11, 12, 23, 24
D4 Bank - D4 Channel Counting
Physical Slots:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13 14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
13 14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
**
23
*
24
**
24
Time Slots:
Physical Slots:
SLC-96 Carrier Mode I Terminal - D1D Channel Counting
Physical Slots:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
5
9
13
17
21
**
2
6
10
14
18
22
**
3
7
11
15
19
23
4
8
12
16
20
24
Time Slots:
SLC-96 Carrier Mode III Terminal - D1D Channel Counting
1 2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12
*
*
3 7
11 15 19
23
4
8
12
16 20 24
**
**
**
**
*
*
1 5
9
13 17
21
2
6
10
14 18 22
**
**
**
**
13 14 15 16 17
18
19 20 21
22 23 24
Physical Slots:
Time Slots:
Physical Slots:
D4 Bank - D1D Channel Counting or
SLC-96 Carrier Mode III Terminal - D4 Channel Counting
1 2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12
*
1 3
5
7
9
11
13 15 17
19 21 23
**
**
*
2 4
6
8
10
12
14 16 18
20 22 24
**
**
13 14 15 16 17
18
19 20 21
22 23 24
Physical Slots:
Time Slots:
Physical Slots:
*
**
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A channel unit with B+D service cannot occupy this slot.
A channel unit with 2B+D service cannot occupy this slot.
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Table C. Switch 1 Option Settings
Switch
Label
SW1-1
SW1-2
TRM
TRM
Description
Function
Bank Type Selection
Switches SW1-1 and SW1-2 are used to select the type of bank
for the U-BR1TE II.
Bank
Count/Slot
SW1-1 SW1-2
D4
D4 Counting*
D1D Counting
CU in slots 1,4,7,10
CU in slots 2,5,8,11
D4 Counting
D1D Counting
On
On
On
Off
On
Off
SLC I
SLC III
Off
On
On
Off
On
On
Note: The ADTRAN U-BR1TE II supports the following bank
and counting types:
D4 with D4 and D1D counting
SLC Mode I D1D counting only
SLC Mode III D4 and D1D counting
SW1-3
SW1-4
SW1-5
SW1-6
B1
B2
D
NoSX
On
Off
LT
On*
Off
On*
Off
Service Option
SW1-3 SW1-4 SW1-5
2B+D*
2B
B1+D
B2+D
B1
B2
D
On
On
On
Off
On
Off
Off
Termination Mode
LULT mode (RT typical)
LUNT mode (COT typical)
ZBS
Dis
Zero Byte Substitution
Disables ZBS
Enables ZBS
On
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
On
Off
Off
On
This is a dual-purpose switch.
1. In the LULT mode, SW1-6 controls sealing current.
Sealing current should be provided when terminated
with an NT1, the Adjacent to Customer position.
Sealing current is not required as a Tandem Office
Source or when used with an ADTRAN ISDN URepeater.
2. In the LUNT mode, SW1-6 controls periodic wakeup tone. Normally SW1-6 is Off, the Adjacent to
Switch position. SW1-6 should be On when the
channel unit is a Tandem Office Sink or adjacent to
a device that requires wake-up tones, such as a
Newbridge® switch.
LUNT Mode (SW1-7 = Off)
Provides periodic wake-up
tone
Does not provide periodic
wake-up tone
On
SW1-8
Function dependent upon
SW1-7 setting.
Switches SW1-3, SW1-4, and SW1-5 are used to select the level
of service. The U-BRITE II may be optioned to deliver full ISDN
(2B+D) or any other level of service.
LULT Mode (SW1-7 = On)
Does not provide DC
sealing current
Provides DC sealing current
Off*
SW1-7
Service Level Selection
This switch should be On when the unit is installed in an RT,
Adjacent to Customer, or Tandem Office Source
configuration. This switch should be Off in the COT,
Adjacent to Switch, or Tandem Office Sink configurations.
The ZBS option must be set the same for the COT and RT.
SW1-8 should be Off for AMI-provisioned circuits. The
switch setting is optional for B8ZS-provisioned circuits.
Consult local provisioning circuits.
* Factory default settings
Markings on board to the right of SW1 indicate: C (upward arrow) = On, O (downward arrow) = Off
Newbridge is a registered trademark of Newbridge Networks Corporation.
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2-Wire
D4/SLC-96
RT
D4/SLC- 96
COT
L
U
N
T
SW1
L
U
L
T
T Carrier
Channel
Bank
Channel
Bank
Adjacent to
Switch
Adjacent to
Customer
6 Off
7 Off
SW1
D4
ISDN
Switch
2-Wire
L
U
N
T
L
U
L
T
L
U
N
T
SW1
SW1
L
U
L
T
Channel
Bank
Channel
Bank
Adjacent to
Switch
Tandem Office
(Source)/U-Repeater
6 Off
7 Off
6 On
7 On
RP
Customer
NT1
Adjacent to Customer
SW1
2-Wire
Loop
2-Wire
2-Wire
Loop
Channel
Bank
6 On
7 Off
D4/SLC-96
RT
SW1
L
U
L
T
T Carrier
Tandem Office (Sink)
6 On
7 On
T Carrier
D4/SLC-96
RT
D4/SLC-96
COT
Channel
Bank
Tandem Office
(Source)/U-Repeater
6 Off
7 Off
L
U
N
T
2-Wire
Channel
Bank
D4/SLC-96
COT
SW1
6 Off
7 On
T Carrier
Adjacent to
Switch
2-Wire
Customer
NT1
D4
Channel
Bank
SW1
2-Wire
Loop
6 Off
7 On
Customer
NT1
U-Repeater
Note:
Refer to the bottom of Table C
to interpret switch settings.
Figure 6. Position Switch Settings at Network Locations
2.7
Table D. Test Selector Knob Options
D4 Bank Requirements
The COT D4 bank must be configured with an
OIU-2 optioned for external timing. The COT bank must
be provided with an external composite clock synchronized
with the network.
Display
2.8
SLC Bank Requirements
The COT SLC bank must be configured with a
special service unit (SSU) optioned for external timing.
The COT SLC bank must be provided with an external
composite clock synchronized with the network.
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Interpretation
ADR1
Address #1, address of this unit
ADR2
Address #2, the next downstream unit away
ADR3
Address #3, the third unit away
ADR4
Address #4, the fourth unit away
NT1
NT1, address of the NT1
LPBK
Loopback, forces this unit to loopback either
B1/B2 from the front panel. Loopbacks occur in
both the customer and network directions.
CRTX
Carrier transmit, in the carrier direction
LPTX
Loop transmit, in the loop direction
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3.
TESTING
WARNING
Failure to return the NORM/TEST DIP switch to
NORM after completion of tests may result in
unintentional interruption of data. Placing the
eight-position rotary switch to ADR1 is
recommended.
3.1
In case of equipment malfunction, use the testing
capability of the ISDN switch or the U-BR1TE II faceplate
connector with a TPI 108/109 RT II, FIREBERD 6000, or
an equivalent digital test sets. The faceplate has Bantam
jacks for manual testing.
Note:
When a U-BR1TE II is performing a loopback,
the loopback occurs internal to the U-interface
transceiver.
3.2
Loopback Tests (ADR1 - ADR4, NT1)
Loopbacks in the network-to-customer direction
can be initiated from either the ISDN switch or the
faceplate. A loopback in the customer-to-network direction
can be made from the faceplate only if another ADTRAN
ISDN product is closer to the network.
A DS0 digital test set can be used to inject the
required 64 kbps bit pattern into a chosen B channel. The
test set must be configured as Near Logic. The
eight-position rotary switch is used to select the addresses
available for loopback in a chosen direction (see Table
D). To initiate a loopback, perform the following:
1. Insert BERT tester probes into front panel Bantam
jacks (configure test set as Near Logic). Place
the transmitting Bantam plug into the Tx jack and
the receiving Bantam plug into the Rx jack of the
faceplate.
2. Use the eight-position rotary switch to select the
desired loopback address. The downstream
direction for ADR1-ADR4 and NT1 is unnecessary
since this is automatically selected based on the
card position in the network.
3. Select desired bearer channel using B1/B2 DIP switch.
4. Place the NORM/TEST DIP switch in the TEST
position to initiate the test.
5. To deactivate loopback, place the NORM/TEST
switch in the NORM position, or remove the transmit
test probe, or select another test with the selector
knob for further testing.
Note:
Tests to additional network addresses may
be performed by simply changing the selector
knob to the desired address. It is not
necessary to exit the test mode to select a
new address.
A list of the indications generated by the LED are
described in Table E.
Table E. Front Panel LED Indicators
Display
Interpretation
LP SYNC (Loop Sync)
– On (Red indicator), U-interface is out of sync
– Off, U-interface is in sync
CR SYNC (Carrier Sync)
– On (Red indicator), No valid TR-397 framing is present
– Off, TR-397 framing detected
LP CRC (Loop crc)
– Flashes whenever a crc error is detected on the loop
<5 crc errors: indicator Off
>5, <20 crc errors: indicator Flashes Red
>20 crc errors: indicator On (Solid Red)
CR CRC (Carrier CRC)
– Flashes whenever a CRC error is detected on the carrier
<5 CRC errors: indicator Off
>5, <20 CRC errors: indicator Flashes Red
>20 CRC errors: indicator On (Solid Red)
ACT (Active)
– Indicates Layer 1 activation status
– On customer's NT1 successfully exchanged ACT bits with the network
– Off, ACT bits exchange failed
RLB
– On Solid, when an acknowledgement has been received from a front panel test or
when responding to a 2B+D loopback request.
– Flashes once, every two seconds when responding to a B1 loopback request or when
B1 LPBK is initiated at the front panel.
– Flashes twice, every two seconds when responding to a B2 loopback request or when
B2 LPBK is initiated at the front panel.
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3.3
Point-to-Point Test, (CRTX, LPTX)
To conduct a straight-away (point-to-point) test,
follow this procedure:
1. Insert the BERT tester probes into the front panel
Bantam jacks (configure the test set as Near
Logic). Place the transmitting Bantam plug into
Tx jack and the receiving Bantam plug into the Rx
jack of the faceplate.
3.5
Local Performance Monitoring
Performance Monitoring of the local T1 carrier
and 2-wire loop can be performed from the front panel
without interruption of service to the customer. To initiate
local performance monitoring, use the following procedure:
1. Do not insert a test probe into the Tx Bantam plug
of the faceplate.
2. Select ADR1 using the eight-position rotary
switch.
2. Select the desired test direction, either loop
(LPTX) or carrier (CRTX), using the eight-position
rotary switch.
3. Place the NORM/TEST DIP switch to TEST.
3. Select the desired bearer channel using the B1/
B2 DIP switch.
4. The total number of crc errors is indicated by the
LP CRC LED (see Table E).
4. Flip the NORM/TEST DIP switch to TEST to
initiate transmitting the BERT pattern into the
selected bearer channel through the faceplate
Tx plug.
5. On the far-end unit, perform Steps 1 through 4,
choosing the exact same faceplate switch
settings. Ensure that both BERT testers are using
the same identical test pattern (511, 2047, etc.).
6. The U-BR1TEs are now performing a straightaway test with each BERT tester receiving the
others transmitted test pattern.
7. To end the straight-away test, switch the NORM/
TEST DIP switch back to NORM or remove transmit
test probe.
3.4
Local Loopback (LPBK)
To conduct an upstream or downstream loopback
to another ADTRAN ISDN unit, use the following
procedure:
1. Select the desired bearer channel using the B1/
B2 DIP switch.
2. Select LPBK using the eight-position rotary
switch. The unit will be placed in a bi-directional
loopback, so the other rotary switch settings are
not applicable.
3. Place the NORM/TEST DIP switch to the TEST
position to force the unit into a loopback.
4. The U-BR1TE is performing a bilateral loopback
in the customer and network directions
5. To end the upstream loopback on the downstream
unit place the NORM/TEST DIP switch to NORM
position.
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5. Place the NORM/TEST DIP switch to NORM to
exit the Local Performance Monitoring mode, or
select another test with the selector knob for
further testing.
3.6
Leased Mode Testing (B1, B2, and 2B)
For leased mode applications, the D channel is
typically disabled on the U-BR1TE II. Without the D
channel, standard ISDN loopbacks by way of the eoc are
not available across the T1 carrier system. The ADTRAN
U-BR1TE II responds to independent network-issued
OCU latching loopback sequences for B1 and B2.
The OCU latching loopback sequence is as follows:
Enable:
1. Minimum of 35 transition in progress (TIP) bytes
(*0111010).
2. Minimum of 35 loopback select code (LSC) bytes
(*1010101).
3. Minimum of 100 loopback enable (LBE) bytes
(*1010110).
4. Minimum of 32 far-end voice (FEV) bytes
(*1011010).
* Denotes Don't Care bit - either a 1 or a 0.
Disable:
1. Minimum of 35 TIP bytes.
The valid front panel tests in leased modes are
ADR1, CRTX, LPTX, and LPBK for all circuit positions.
NT1 and ADR2 loopback tests are valid for the Adjacent
to Customer circuit position only. ADR2 is used to test to
an ADTRAN U-Repeater deployed from the U-BR1TE II.
Local Performance Monitoring is not available.
See subsections 3.2, 3.3, and 3.4 for specific test
descriptions.
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4.
3. When the CTU pulls the NGATE lead low, the
LULT connects the bypass pair. This connects
the customer drop to the common equipment
through LPTT and LPTR. The set-up sequence
is complete.
MLT 3.0/ISDN CHANNEL TEST
4.1
The ADTRAN U-BR1TE II/MLT line card is
compatible with Mechanized Loop Testing (MLT 3.0/
ISDN) according to TR-NWT-000397, Issue 3, December
1993. When configured and installed in a SLC-96 channel
bank, the ADTRAN U-BR1TE II/MLT supports the SLC96 terminal interface to the Channel Test Unit (CTU)
controlled by the Pair Gain Tester (PGTC) at the COT.
Channel Test (LUNT Mode)
When the PGTC is connected to the ADTRAN
U-BR1TE II/MLT and the Test Initiate Voltage (116 VDC
behind 8 kΩ) is applied to the tip with the ring open, the
following events occur:
4. Upon completion of the automatic test, the
NGATE signal returns high, and the bypass relay
de-energizes.
4.2
1. The channel unit sends a Channel Test mp-eoc
message downstream to the LULT, signaling the
request for a MLT channel test.
2. The channel unit pulls the normally high NSEIZE
lead low.
3. The unit sends a 333.3 Hz tone between the tip
and ring leads toward the PGTC. This tone is
compliant with TR-TSY-000465.
When the Test Initiate Voltage is removed, the
test tone is subsequently removed, the active test status
indication to the bank controller is removed, and the
Return to Normal mp-eoc message is sent to the LULT.
The channel unit then begins re-synchronization of the
U-interface between the LUNT and the ISDN switch.
4.3
Channel Test (LULT Mode)
When a PGTC initiates a channel test at the
COT, the COT channel unit sends a Channel Test mpeoc toward the LULT. Upon receipt by the LULT of this
mp-eoc message, the following events occur:
1. The channel unit pulls the normally high NSEIZE
lead low, signaling the CTU that a channel test is
underway.
2. The channel unit begins to poll the NGATE lead,
waiting for it to go low.
5. The channel unit then attempts to re-synchronize
the U-interface between the LULT and the NT1.
5.
MAINTENANCE
5.1
The U-BR1TE II requires no routine maintenance
to operate properly.
5.2
ADTRAN does not recommend that repairs be
performed in the field. Repair services may be obtained
by returning the defective unit to the ADTRAN Repair
Department; see subsection 6.2.
6.
WARRANTY AND CUSTOMER SERVICE
ADTRAN will replace or repair this product within
five years from the date of shipment, if the product does
not meet its published specifications or if it fails while in
service. For detailed warranty, repair, and return information, refer to the ADTRAN Equipment Warranty and
Repair and Return Policy Procedure.
6.1
Return Material Authorization (RMA) is required
prior to returning equipment to ADTRAN.
6.2
For service, RMA requests, or further information, contact one of the following numbers.
ADTRAN Customer Service:
RMA
(205) 971-8722
Technical Support
(800) 726-8663
Applications Engineering (800) 615-1176
Sales
(800) 827-0807
Repair and Return Address:
ADTRAN, Inc.
Customer Service Department
901 Explorer Boulevard
Huntsville, Alabama 35806-2807
901 Explorer Boulevard • Huntsville, Alabama • 35806-2807 • (205) 971-8000 • FAX (205) 971-8699
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