High Capacity Digital Cross-connect Timeslot Switching on PCM >> E1 or T1 MANTA-R324 32 incoming PCM* 4 outgoing PCM* MANTA-R328 32 incoming PCM* 8 outgoing PCM* *bidirectional PCM links Easy to use MANTA is a rack mounted digital multiplexer dedicated to timeslots grooming for monitoring purpose. Scanning Chainable Any timeslot of the incoming PCM links may be switched to one timeslot or more of the outgoing PCM links. Remote operating Direct synchronization on PCM input Configurable input gain Low cost E1-T1 conversion T1-E1 conversion The scanning mode brings the auto-configuration to MANTA and allows a real- time adaptation to the network reconfigurations. Manta remote operation gives the operator the ability to manage from a central point all the Mantas deployed in the network. Typical Applications Concentration of useful timeslots (signalling or voice) towards a monitoring tool. Allowing several monitoring tools to watch the same signalling channels at the same time. Timeslots grooming. Connecting an E1 monitoring tool to a T1 network. Pilot Software Functionality The Pilot application is an easy-to-use software running under Windows Timeslot Switching 98/NT/2000/XP. Links definition is Any of the input timeslots can be graphically performed in a drag and switched to any of the output timeslots drop manner. A link couples one timesavailable. An incoming timeslot can lot from one incoming PCM link to one also be duplicated on several outgoing timeslot on one outgoing PCM link. timeslots. Both Tx and Rx of each Timeslot aggregations are managed for timeslot are switched. a handy configuration of channel grooming on Gb interfaces. PCM Switching Any of the input PCM links can be switched to any of the output PCM links. An incoming PCM link can also be duplicated on several outgoing PCM links. Timeslot and PCM link switching can be combined in the same configuration of MANTA. Incoming timeslots are continuously scanned in order to detect signalling channels. These channels are automatically switched to one of the output timeslots. This mode largely simplifies the configuration of MANTA and allows an automatic adaptation to the network reconfigurations. Chainable An unlimited number of MANTAs can be chained to expand the number of inputs and outputs. Line Interface - High impedance inputs on 120/100 twisted pair 75 Ohms coaxial - Outputs on 120/100 Ohms twis ted pair or 75 Ohms coaxial - E1 or T1 configuration, ITU-T G.703, G.704 - Inputs sensitivity: -32dB Domains Each PCM link output can be dedicated to a specific user. So, a MANTA can be shared between users without any risk of configuration conflict. MANTA API Scanning Mode Specifications An Application Program Interface can be delivered. It enables third-party developers to integrate MANTA management in their solutions. General Data - Dimensions: 19“, 2U - Weight: 8 Kg - Input Voltage: 90-132 / 180-264 VAC - EMC: - EN 50081-1 - EN 50082-2 - FCC part 15 - CEI 60950 Supplies Manta is able to select automatically the best gain for each input. Gain is up to + 32 dB. - Rack mounted equipment - MANTA Pilot software for Windows 98/NT/2000/XP. - MANTA user manual T1/E1 Conversion Options Input Settings A specific version of MANTA is available to offer a conversion function enabling timeslots switching from E1 inputs to T1 outputs or from T1 inputs Configuration to E1 outputs. This MANTA is configuMANTA is configured via its V.24 rable as 28 PCM inputs / 4 PCM (RS-232) port using the MANTA Pilot outputs or 24 PCM inputs / 8 PCM application. As the configuration is sto- outputs. red in the MANTA flash memory, it remains available after a restart. An Ethernet option is available to allow a remote control of MANTA. - Ethernet port for remote control - Network cables All other trademarks, service marks, registered trademarks or registered service marks mentionned in this document are the property of their respective owners. ZART des Perrières - BP 27241 Tel +33 (2) 99 04 80 60 35772 Vern-sur-Seiche Cedex Fax: +33 (2) 99 04 80 61 France www.astellia.com Copyright Astellia - All rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. September 2003.
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