2N PRI Gateways - User Manual, PRIGW User Guide

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!! Preliminary version of user guide v1.8 !!

User Manual for

2N StarGate

( 507000E, 507001E , 507002E, 5070101E, 507010E )

2N BlueStar

( 507200E, 507210E )

2N BlueTower

( 507310E )

Version: 1.8p

This user guide contains installation and technical information about three types of 2N GSM Gateways :

2N StarGate , 2N BlueStar , 2N BlueTower.

In cases that feature will be same for all three types, gateway name will be “PRIGW”. In the other cases you find information for each type of gateway divided.

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Dear customer,

We congratulate you on purchasing your 2N product. This new product was developed and produced with emphasis on maximum utility value, quality and reliability. Our wish is to make you satisfied with the StarGate / BlueStar / BlueTower (PRIGW) completely and for a long time.

!Important !

The manufacturer is gradually improving the control program that is included in this product (referred to as firmware and bootware). The used ISP (In System Programming) technology gives you the possibility to store the most recent control program in your PRIGW by means of a standard computer. The most recent version of the program together with all that is necessary can be found in www.2n.cz and necessary instructions in the chapter

“Upgrading the control program” of this manual. It is recommendable to use the most recent version of the program – thus, you will avoid unnecessary encounters with possible shortcomings that have been eliminated already.

If you program parameters of your PRIGW by means of your computer, you will need the “PRIGW program“. You will find the most recent version of this programming tool in www.2n.cz as well.

In www.2n.cz you will also find the most recent version of this manual in the popular PDF format. We recommend you to use it especially in connection with the control program upgrade since the new functions are explained here.

Before you start installing this product, check whether the delivery is complete with the following packing list and read this manual thoroughly. The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for any damages that occurred due to incorrect use of this product in contradiction to this manual. The guarantee terms do not cover damages of the product caused by rough handling, incorrect storage or by exceeding the quoted technical parameters.

Preliminary information about functions that are not available yet are differentiated by light grey background or by grey letters instead of black ones.

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CONTENTS

1.

DESCRIPTION - GENERAL DESIGN ............................................................................................

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1.1.

DIMENSIONS ...................................................................................................................................

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1.1.1.

Basic Dimensions...................................................................................................................

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1.1.2.

Front Side Division................................................................................................................

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1.1.3. Front side division for gateways with VoIP interface ...........................................................

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1.2.

AVAILABLE SOFTWARE ..................................................................................................................

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1.3.

POWER SUPPLY...............................................................................................................................

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1.3.1.

Description ............................................................................................................................

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2. DESCRIPTION – MAIN FEATURES ..............................................................................................

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3. DESCRIPTION – PLUG-IN BOARDS...........................................................................................

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3.1.

CPU BOARD .................................................................................................................................

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3.1.1.

Board Description ...............................................................................................................

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3.1.2. COM1 Serial Interface Parameters.....................................................................................

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3.1.3.

Lithium Battery Replacement ..............................................................................................

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3.1.4.

Configuration Jumpers ........................................................................................................

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3.2.

AUX BOARD ................................................................................................................................

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3.2.1.

Board Description ...............................................................................................................

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3.2.2. COM2 Serial Port Parameters ............................................................................................

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3.2.3.

Configuration Jumpers ........................................................................................................

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3.3.

PRI BOARD...................................................................................................................................

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3.3.1.

Board Description ...............................................................................................................

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3.3.2.

Configuration Jumpers ........................................................................................................

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3.4.

VOIP BOARD.................................................................................................................................

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3.4.1.

Board Description ...............................................................................................................

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3.5. THIN VOIP BOARD........................................................................................................................

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3.6.

GSM BOARD.................................................................................................................................

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3.6.1.

Board Description ...............................................................................................................

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3.6.2.

Configuration Jumpers ........................................................................................................

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3.7. 3G ONE CHANNEL CARD ...............................................................................................................

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3.8. 3G TWO CHANNEL CARD ..............................................................................................................

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4.

ANTENNA SPLITTER.....................................................................................................................

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5.

DIRECTIONAL GSM ANTENNA..................................................................................................

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6.

DISCREET ANTENNA ....................................................................................................................

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7.

INSTALLATION...............................................................................................................................

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7.1. FIRMWARE VERSION AND LICENSE................................................................................................

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7.2.

GSM NETWORK LIMITATION.........................................................................................................

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7.3.

INSTALLATION CONDITIONS .........................................................................................................

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7.4. POTENTIAL GSM NETWORK PROBLEMS.......................................................................................

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7.5.

MAIN INSTALLATION ....................................................................................................................

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7.5.1.

Control Ways .......................................................................................................................

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7.5.2.

Configuration Ways .............................................................................................................

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7.5.3. Your first installation (quick step by step guide) .................................................................

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7.7. CONFIGURATION OF 12 HP VOIP BOARD......................................................................................

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7.7.1.

Main description of VoIP board .........................................................................................

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7.7.2.

Default Settings....................................................................................................................

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7.7.3. VoIP Board Configuration (Web Interface) ........................................................................

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8.7.3 VoIP Board Firmware Upgrade.................................................................................................

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8. CONFIGURATION OF VOICE CALLBACK CENTER SOFTWARE.....................................

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8.1. SCHEME OF FUNCTION OF VOICE CALLBACK ................................................................................

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8.2.

INSTALLATION AND LICENSES.......................................................................................................

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8.3. CONFIGURATION OF VOICE CALLBACK CENTER SOFTWARE.........................................................

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9. STARGATE / BLUESTAR / BLUETOWER PROGRAM USER MANUAL.............................

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9.1.

PROGRAM INSTALLATION .............................................................................................................

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9.2.

PROGRAM RUNNING .....................................................................................................................

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9.3. CONNECTION WITH PRIGW .........................................................................................................

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9.4. MAIN MENU AND BUTTON BAR....................................................................................................

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9.5.

CONFIGURATION...........................................................................................................................

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ACCOUNTER PROGRAM .........................................................................................................

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APPENDIX A - AT COMMANDS FOR COMMUNICATION ..............................................

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APPENDIX B – LIST OF ALL STATUS CODES.....................................................................

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APPENDIX C - DESCRIPTION OF CDR LINE.......................................................................

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APPENDIX D - DESCRIPTION OF STATISTICS...................................................................

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APPENDIX D - TECHNICAL CONDITIONS FOR INSTALLATION .................................

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2N StarGate / BlueStar / BlueTower

PRIGW is a compact yet highly sophisticated system. It supports full remote supervision and configuration via an IP network, or using an external modem over a BRI-ISDN and analog line, or over a B channel in a PRI-ISDN trunk. The system has been designed and works with a lot of highly sophisticated functions, which make it fully client-oriented and highly reliable in cooperation with both GSM networks and ISDN. In addition, it provides full monitoring and comfortable configuration without functional limitations. Configuration alterations can be made without resetting, i.e. under full operation. Hot-swappable plug-in GSM boards, which can be swapped under full operation including SIM cards, are a matter of course. The use of up to four

SIM cards per GSM module in combination with an intelligent SIM card switching tool and detailed statistics upgrade this system into a powerful LCR tool. High product stability is achieved by the fact that the gateway is programmed in the ASM, i.e. OS-FREE system. Two independent 30MHz Philips microprocessors provide an error-free operation, high speed, automatic fault detection, and easy upgrade. The system also features easy installation, simple operation and easy replacement of defective parts - it is composed of plug-in boards that communicate along system buses independently. As already mentioned, the system allows for an easy detection of defective parts, automatic locking against use and easy replacement (hotswap). Thanks to the above mentioned properties, the system can be installed and configured successfully within one hour!

2N BlueStar

2N StarGate

2N BlueTower

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1.Description - General Design

1.1. Dimensions

1.1.1. Basic Dimensions

1.1.1.1 2N StarGate / BlueStar

The system is integrated in a 19’’ subrack of the height of 3U and depth of 360mm. The front side is open, equipped with guides for plug-in boards with front panels – the panel including a mains switch is part of the subrack. In case not all GSM boards are plugged in, the free section of the front side must be covered with a fixed panel (fixed panels).

The back side is completely covered with a panel with a built-in ventilator, which is switched by a thermostat for higher reliability and longer life. An AC mains supply unit is located in front of the ventilator. The bottom and upper sides are covered with perforated sheet, the assembly flanges are provided with handrails.

The system bus is designed as a printed circuit board (PCB) with DIN connectors and fitted to the inner subrack carrier profiles.

1.1.1.2 2N BlueTower

The system is integrated in a small 19’’ subrack of the height of 3U and depth of 320mm. The front side is open, equipped with guides for plug-in boards with front panels – the panel including a mains switch is part of the subrack. In case not all GSM boards are plugged in, the free section of the front side must be covered with a fixed panel (fixed panels).

The system bus is designed as a printed circuit board (PCB) with DIN connectors and fitted to the inner subrack carrier profiles

1.1.1.3 2N StarGate 3G Extension rack

To use 2N StarGate with 3G extension card you need an extension rack (part No. 507050E). This 19“ subrack is 6U high and 360mm deep. Its front side open to accept plug-in boards. There are two antenna connectors for 3G YAGI antennas on its backside. Before attaching the 3G extension rack you have to replace the existing StarGate GSM cards with 3G extension cards (part No. 507059E).

1.1.2. Front Side Division

The subrack width is divided into an 8HP-wide mains panel and 19 4HP-wide modules in the following sequence (from right to left):

Board Type

Size

StarGate

BlueStar

BlueTower

8HP fixed panel with a mains switch, fuse

8HP

YES

YES

NO

and mains cable socket

 

 

 

 

CPU board

4HP

YES

YES

YES

AUX board

4HP

YES

YES

YES

PRI board

4HP

YES

YES

YES

GSM board

4HP

Up to 16x

Up to 8x

Up to 4x

3G extension card

4HP

Up to 16x

NO

NO

3G card (one channel)

4HP

Up to 16x

Up to 8x

NO

3G card (two channels)

4HP

Up to 16x

Up to 8x

Up to 2x

Thin VoIP card

4HP

YES

YES

YES

Internal antenna splitter BlueStar

32HP

NO

YES

NO

Internal antenna splitter BlueTower

8HP

NO

NO

YES*

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1.1.3. Front side division for gateways with VoIP interface

The subrack width is divided into an 8HP-wide mains panel and 19 4HP-wide modules in the following sequence (from right to left):

Board Type

Size

StarGate

BlueStar

BlueTower

VoIP board

12HP

YES

YES

NO

CPU board

4HP

YES

YES

YES

AUX board

4HP

YES

YES

YES

PRI board

4HP

NO***

NO***

YES

GSM board

4HP

Up to 16x

Up to 8x

Up to 4x

3G card (one channel)

4HP

Up to 16x

Up to 8x**

Up to 4x**

3G card (two channels)**

4HP

Up to 16x

Up to 8x

Up to 2x

Thin VoIP card

4HP

YES

YES

YES

Internal antenna splitter BlueStar

32HP

NO

YES

NO

Internal antenna splitter BlueTower

8HP

NO

NO

YES*

1.2. Available Software

PRIGW program

- tool to configure and control of the gateway

Accounter tools

- tools for automatic download and handling with CDR information

1.3. Power Supply

1.3.1. Description

The system uses an industrial mains supply unit with primary (input) voltage of 100240VAC 50/60Hz and secondary (output) voltage of 5V/30A or 5V/4A with natural cooling and an auxiliary external ventilator , which is switched on automatically whenever the power supply temperature exceeds 70°C. The supply is designed with a 30% reserve even under the maximum load.

Type of power supply

Active cooler

StarGate

BlueStar

BlueTower

Internal 90-260V/50-60Hz = 5V/30A

YES

YES

YES

NO

Internal 48DC

YES

YES

YES

NO

Internal 90-260V/50-60Hz = 5V/10A

NO

NO

NO

YES

*type of power supply depends on order number

 

 

 

 

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2.Description – Main Features

Quick unit start – being free of an operating system (programmed in the processor code), the system is completely ready to work within 30 seconds following its power on/restarting. Of course, the full function time of all GSM modules depends on the actual load and capacity of

GSM networks to which the PRIGW is connected.

Intelligent call processing – the PRIGW is fully prepared to route PRI-ISDN outgoing calls into GSM networks or back to second PRI ISDN interface and vice versa. A fully intelligent

LCR (Least Cost Routing) function is the basic tool, allowing to route outgoing ISDN calls to GSM networks (or ISDN network) both by the called number prefix, and current date and time and GSM module load in the particular group (LCR function is only on PRI 1 port, all calls to PRI

2 port will be directly rerouted to PRI 1 interface). Functions taken over from dialers, which enable to replace a part or whole of the dialed number with another number, are a matter of course. Calls incoming from GSM networks can be ignored (the calling party hears the ringing tone), fully rejected (the calling party gets the busy tone/voice message), or received. In the last-named case, the DTMF dialing in combination with voice messages, or direct connection to the operator(s) can be selected (calls can be routed only to PRI 1 port). Using the 2N RCU (see later), or XAPI with NQuire support, you can get a highly powerful routing tool, which contains so-called blacklist charts – barred numbers - and practically unlimited routing charts. This combination is extremely useful for installation sites with the so-called full telephone number carryover where a plenty of numbers come into being whose prefixes do not match the official prefixes of providers.

GSM network 1

GSM

network 2

Calls 1 and 2 are transparently* rerouted to defined GSM network

PSTN network

StarGate

 

 

 

BlueStar

 

 

 

PRI2**

 

All incoming calls are

BlueTower*

 

 

 

 

 

transparently rerouted to PBX

 

 

PRI1/ VOIP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Extension 1 calls number which is presented in

GSM network 1

Customer’s switch/PBX

*VoIP interface instead of PRI1 interface is not

 

available in BlueTower systems

 

** PRI2 interface is available only with PRI1

 

inteface (not with 12HP VoIP card)

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Extension 2 calls number which is presented in GSM network 2

Extension 3 calls number which is presented in PSTN network 2

Extension 4 calls number with unknown (for PRIGW) dialed prefix

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Example of call cost reduction with using of PRIGW with Thin VoIP card

SPAIN

 

FRANCE

 

PSTN

CZECH REP.

 

 

 

 

 

GSM

network

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PSTN

PSTN

networks

ISDN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRI

ISDN

 

 

network

network

 

Company A

 

 

 

 

GSM

 

 

 

PRI

Headquaters

GSM

networks

ISDN

 

BlueTower

 

(Prague)

networks

 

 

 

 

 

PRI

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Internet

SIP

 

 

proxy

BlueTower

BlueTower

 

 

 

 

 

ISDN

ISDN

 

 

PRI

 

 

PRI

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A (Paris)

 

A (Madrid)

 

 

 

 

 

PBX

 

PBX

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

-BlueTower with Thin VoIP card you handle with 2xPRI ISDN interfaces, 4xVoIP-SIP interface and up to 4xGSM interface.

Selection of GSM module use – the PRIGW allows you to select one of three available ways of GSM module occupation: 1. Any outgoing call is set up via a GSM module according to the B channel used. This option helps transfer routing functions to a connected PBX router. 2.

This mode allows to occupy GSM modules in groups cyclically, and 3. the last option helps select GSM modules in a group according to the number of minutes called (the counting mode can be predefined of course).

GSM network friendly – the PRIGW allows activating the automatic GSM module log-out in certain time intervals. Using this function you can log out and disable automatically unused

GSM modules at defined time intervals. Since the time between the GSM module activation and readiness for work is roughly 10-25 seconds, a user-defined hot reserve is maintained, i.e. some GSM modules keep logged in. This means that any increase in the 2N PRIGW load result in an automatic activation of other GSM modules so that the hot reserve be maintained. This feature also reduces the capacity of the GSM network to detect a unit and disconnect it from the mains.

High connection rate – since GSM networks are not quite reliable and show lack of capacity occasionally, the PRIGW is equipped with the automatic call forwarding to other GSM networks or call rejection (without call loss). This function uses the ISDN signaling protocol where a call SETUP message is sent to the PRIGW first. This message contains the called number and CLIP if necessary. Having received this message, the 2N PRIGW can either: reject the call (the other party will route it to another device), REJECT message including reasoning

(CAUSE), or receive and connect the call – SETUP.ACK message.

The device on the other side awaits one of the above mentioned responses for 2 seconds.

During this time, PRIGW has to decide whether it is able to set up the call, tries to find a free GSM module and establish connection. If the selected GSM module is busy, it must find other free GSM modules. If it fails to find a free route, it rejects the call request. The CAUSE number is user-defined. If it succeeds, it receives and sets up the call.

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Detailed statistics – provides a detailed overview of the count of incoming and outgoing calls and their successful connections. The statistic data can be displayed either globally for the whole PRIGW, or for the selected GSM provider, or the selected GSM module (SIM card). These data are generated automatically.

Detailed call information – the PRIGW can save information on completed calls automatically (CDR). Call information includes:

call beginning date and time call type

I-FD : Not connected incoming call

I-OK : Successfully connected incoming call O-FD : Unsuccessful outgoing call

O-OK : Successfully connected outgoing call

Relation end reasoning (CAUSE) sent to ISDN interface Number of B channel used

Number of GSM module used Number of GSM group used Connection setup time

Call duration mmm:ss (max. 255:59)

Call cost (if pseudo tariff metering is enabled) ID of the gateway

Called number CLIP

SIM card position number SIM card IMSI or SCID

High number of connected calls – owing to a very short GSM call connecting (routing) time and intelligent call rerouting in the event of failure, PRIGW features high call time per month (traffic volume of over 500,000 minutes/month). The connectivity depends on PRIGW configuration and GSM network capacity of course.

Gateway

Traffic volume (minutes/month)

StarGate

Over 500.000

BlueStar

Over 250.000

BlueTower

Over 125.000

SMS receive/send support – PRIGW helps send and receive SMS in the PDU format. An intelligent SMS sending over a selected GSM network or module and automatic announcement of incoming SMS are a matter of course.

Up to 8 GSM groups – you can define up to 8 independent SIM card groups in the system. For example, one GSM group can contain one provider‘s SIM cards.

Up to 16 GSM modules – the PRIGW is a modular system where 1 to 16 GSM boards with two GSM modules each can be installed. The GSM boards are hot-swappable, i.e. can be replaced easily during operation.

Gateway

Maximum number of GSM modules

StarGate

32

BlueStar

16

BlueTower

8

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Up to 64 SIM cards – each GSM board contains 16 SIM card holders. However, two SIM cards are only connected to the GSM modules at one moment. An intelligent SIM card switching according to time, at random intervals, according to completed minutes or sent SMS enables a client-oriented approach. A defective SIM card blocking is a matter of course.

World wide use– GSM/3G boards are currently available with GSM modules from

Siemens TC35i (900/1800MHz), MC55i (850/900/1800/1900MHz) and Wavecom (850/1900MHz or 900/1800MHz). 3G modules SierraWireless (All UMTS and GSM bands).

Virtual SIM card support – PRIGW supports 2N SIM Star system.

One antenna per system only – One receive/transmission antennas can be used in combination with an antenna splitter (see below) for all of up to 16 GSM modules.

Gateway

Number of antennas with using antenna splitter

StarGate

2

BlueStar

1

BlueTower

1

Hot-swappable boards – as mentioned above, all GSM boards are hot-swappable. As a matter of course, the access to the GSM board can be restricted upon the user‘s request. This solution provides an easy SIM card replacement during operation.

Support Callback – PRIGW supports to make call to GSM and after connection make call to

PRI interface and connect both calls. This feature can be controlled by AT command or XAPI server

SW (easy to implement it to some additional callback SW, or you can use 2N callback software)

CLIP routing – according incoming CLIP from GSM network the gateway can route the call to defined number in PRI ISDN

AutoCLIP routing – PRI GW can store Calling and called numbers in case of outgoing call to GSM network. In case that somebody calls from GSM network and have CLIP same as stored Called number, the gateway will automatically reroute the call to defined PRI ISDN number.

2x PRI ISDN interface – is configurable in all available modes, i.e. as Network

Termination (NT), or Terminal Equipment (TE). It can also be set as a Master (synchronization clock) or a Slave. Using PRI board switches you can easily select RX and TX directions – hence, you can use a cross-over or not-cross-over cable for the PRIGW <> PBX (Switch) connection.

VoIP interface – supporting SIP signaling and following codec: G.711, G.723, G.729. With using VoIP interface you can use only one PRI ISDN interface***.

Easy control and configuration – The PRIGW can be configured locally or remotely. To do this, you can employ the following types of connection:

2 local RS232 interfaces;

• remote control by an external analog, ISDN, or GSM modem connected to a defined RS232 interface. Automatic detection and configuration capacities make the modem perfectly available.

remotely via a 10baseT IP interface, using a simple Telnet protocol;

remotely by the in-band B channel in the PRI-ISDN interface**.

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No SW is necessary for configuration – system communicates through an RS232 interface and Telnet protocol using standard extended AT commands. However, high-quality software running under the Windows OS has been designed for user-friendly control and configuration.

Fault diagnostics is very simple too – system informs of a fault both visually (by LED diodes) and via any interface. A direct display of all processes on ISDN or IP layers is a matter of course too.

Quality control – you can check the quality of system calls any time by test calls (an analog headset connector is available for test calling into GSM networks or ISDN interface) or by-hearing of one of the two current call directions.

Quick and easy update – since PRIGW is not bound to any operating system, any firmware updating is quick and comfortable and is made by the available software. Updating can be performed locally or remotely and the process is protected against unintentional disconnection. The updating process takes a few minutes and the existing configuration is retained.

**optional part

***actually not possible, but it will be possible to replace 1. GSM card by 1x PRI card.

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3.Description – Plug-In Boards

Warning: GSM boards are always locked for one type of gateway. See table below for more information:

Plug-in board

StarGate

BlueStar

BlueTower

CPU card StarGate

YES

NO

NO

CPU card BlueStar

NO

YES

NO

CPU card BlueTower

NO

NO

YES

AUX card StarGate

YES

YES

YES

AUX card BlueStar

YES

YES

YES

AUX card BlueTower

YES

YES

YES

PRI card StarGate

YES

YES

YES

PRI card BlueStar

YES

YES

YES

PRI card BlueTower

YES

YES

YES

GSM card StarGate

YES

NO

NO

GSM card BlueStar

NO

YES

NO

GSM card BlueTower

NO

NO

YES

12HP VoIP card

YES

YES

NO

4HP Thin VoIP card

YES

YES

YES

3G two channel card StarGate

YES

NO

NO

3G two channel card BlueStar

NO

YES

NO

3G two channel card BlueTower

NO

NO

YES

3.1. CPU Board

3.1.1. Board Description

The CPU board contains a powerful processor system controlling the whole system. The board is designed on a 4-layer PCB of the size of 160x100mm. A simple serial interface COM1, an Ethernet connector (10Base-T), and 5 board status LED indicators are located on the front panel.

PWR LED

indicates board supply (LED is green in case of PRIGW)

INIT LED

indicates board initialization or error status

MEM LED

indicates call memory full (not shining=empty memory,

 

blinking 1:1 memory is

50% full, shining = 100% full

 

memory

 

LINK LED

indicates connection to Ethernet

ACT LED

indicates activity via Ethernet

 

3.1.2. COM1 Serial Interface Parameters

The COM1 interface is used as a local port for temporary connection of a PC (terminal) for installation and servicing purposes and permanent connection of the SMS server (supervision PC). It allows to provide local monitoring, configuration, tracing and firmware upgrade.

Transmission rate

57.6 kBd

Bit format

start, 8bit, stop (no parity)

Signals

RXD,TXD,RTS,CTS,GND

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3.1.3.Lithium Battery Replacement

WARNING! Incorrect battery replacement may cause explosion. The battery can be replaced with a battery of the same or equivalent type only as recommended by the manufacturer. Handle used batteries as instructed by the manufacturer.

The lithium battery on the CPU board backs up the internal real time clock in case of supply power outage. Its average life is about three years, then it is advisable to replace it preventively. Replacing the lithium battery, be sure to turn the subrack power supply off using the mains switch and, having loosened two fitting screws, push the CPU board out. Remove the old battery from the holder using a suitable tool and insert a new one. Restore the original status taking the said steps in the opposite order. Battery type: CR2430.

WARNING! Never use metal tools for battery replacement; neither the new nor the old battery may be short-circuited! A short-circuit may result in battery damage or explosion!!!

Dispose of used batteries in accordance with applicable regulations, put them in a recycling yard, for example.

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3.1.4. Configuration Jumpers

There are three configuration jumpers on the CPU board. Jumper JP1 is intended for a change of the board addressing and is not used at present. It need not be applied during a common firmware upgrade. By default, jumper JP1 is disconnected. JP2 is intended for switching serial port between CPU board and optional extension board. By default, jumper JP2 are connected.

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3.2. AUX Board

3.2.1. Board Description

The AUX board contains a switching array and system of voice messages, controlled by an independent processor system separated from the system bus. The AUX port is used for making testing calls or recording voice messages. The input amplifier is designed for an electret microphone, the output amplifier for 150ohm earphones. The board is designed on a 4-layer PCB of the size of 160x100mm. A serial interface COM2, microtelephone or headphone connector, and 5 board status indictors lead to the front panel.

PWR LED

Indicates board supply

Lights on

Switched on

Lights off

Switched off

Blinking

Board in sleep mode

INIT LED

Indicates board initialization or error status

Blinks

Indicates the initialization of the board

Lights on (45 sec)

Indicates duplication of the new firmware

Lights on (still)

Board initialization failure

AUX LED

indicates activity on AUX port (analogue interface)

Lights on

Waiting for incoming call (AT!W…)

Blinks

Indicates the call through the testing AUX interface

Lights off

The testing interface on-hooked.

Rx LED

indicates reception via COM2

Tx LED

indicates transmission via COM2

3.2.2. COM2 Serial Port Parameters

The COM2 interface is used a supervision port for remote connection of a PC (terminal) using ISDN or analog modem (also for loading voice message into the AUX board processor memory). It allows to provide remote monitoring, configuration, tracing and firmware upgrade.

Transmission rate

57.6 kBd

Bit format

start, 8bit, stop (no parity)

Signals

complete 9-pin wiring

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3.2.3. Configuration Jumpers

Default

Default. Please don’t change

 

JP4a

 

2,3 earphone, 1 +MIC, 4 -MIC

 

JP4b

 

2,3 earphone, 4 +MIC, 1 -MIC

 

JP4c

 

1,4 earphone, 2 +MIC, 3 -MIC

 

JP4d

 

1,4 earphone, 3 +MIC, 2 -MIC

Connector for

JP3b - DISA Voice upload procedure

analog headset

 

 

JP3a - Operational status

There are four configuration jumpers on the AUX board. Jumper JP1 is intended for a change of the board addressing and is not used at present. The field of jumpers JP3 helps you redirect the COM2 interface for upload the DISA voice message. The jumper field JP4 is used for setting the AUX interface to correspond with the microtelephone or headphone configuration. Connector K1 is intended for servicing purposes only and may not be used. By default, jumpers

JP1 and JP2 are disconnected, jumper JP3 is connected as shown in Fig. JP3a and jumper JP4 as shown in Fig. JP4a.

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3.3. PRI Board

3.3.1. Board Description

The PRI board contains an one or two ISDN interfaces and PCM bus timing circuits. PRI 1 interface is designed as internal (on this port is activated LCR function), PRI 2 port is designed as external (all calls from the port will be routed to PRI 1 port). The interface can work in the MASTER or SLAVE mod (via PRIGW program you can set mode of PRI 1 port, PRI 2 port has always opposite mode!). The output can be configured as TERMINAL or NETWORK by jumpers

(switching of wires – for software switch you have to use PRIGW program!). These jumpers HAVE TO be set same as PRI configuration – two NT and TE modes will cause malfunction of

PRI board or backup connection* ! The board is designed on a 4-layer PCB of the size of 160x100mm. A PRIMARY ISDN interface and 5 board status indicators are located on the front panel.

* the PRI board contains four switches (can be deactivated by jumpers) which makes hardware connection between PRI 1 and PRI 2 in case that system is switched off or has some software problem.

PWR LED

Indicates board supply

Lights on

Switched on

Lights off

Switched off

INIT LED

Indicates board initialization or error status

Blinks

Indicates the initialization of the board

Lights on (still)

Board initialization failure

LAY3 LED

indicates layer 3 status

Lights on

active call or channel restart

Lights off

No call through PRI ISDN

LAY2 LED

indicates layer 2 status

Lights on

Established

Lights off

Not established

Blinking

Not established

LAY1 LED

indicates layer 1 status

Lights on

synchronized

Lights off

Not synchronized (disconnected)

Blinking slowly

No frame synchronization

Blinking quickly

No multi-frame synchronization

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3.3.2. Configuration Jumpers

PRI 2

PRI 1

Default. Please don’t change

Default. Please don’t change

JP4

Active

Disable

 

RJ45 connector for

PRI-ISDN network

TE

NT

There are four configuration jumpers on the PRI board. Jumper JP1 is intended for a change of the board addressing and is not used at present. Jumpers JP2, JP3 is used for hardware switching of the PRI ISDN connector into the TE or NT configuration. This operation means only swapping of the transmitting and receiving connector pairs, the interface configuration must be made by software. With jumper JP4 you can activate/deactivate back-up connection between PRI1 and PRI2 in case that system is switched off or PRI board isn’t handled by system . By default, jumpers JP1 is disconnected, jumper JP2 is connected as TE, jumper JP3 is connected as NT and JP4 is connected.

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4

5

1 neRXpoužit

4

 

 

5

 

 

 

3

6

3

6

1 TXnepoužit

 

 

2 neRXpoužit

2

7

2

7

2 TXnepoužit

3 TxNot used

 

 

Not used

1

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 RxTX

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8

3 Rx

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 RXTx

 

 

Rx

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5 TX

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5 RXTx

 

 

66TxNot used

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6 NotRx used

 

 

7 neNotpoužitused

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7 Notnepoužitused

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Not used

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Not used

 

 

8 nepoužit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8 nepoužit

Fig.: contacts of TE connectors

 

 

Fig.: contacts of NT connectors

 

 

 

Pair 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pair 1

 

 

 

 

Pair 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Best way how to connect PRIGW unit into your telecomm. site:

PRIGW

Your unit switch

EuroISDN, Q.931 EDSS1

Port: NT

Synchronization: MASTER

TEI : 0

Port PRI 1:

TE

Synchronization:

SLAVE

TEI : 0

 

Connection with 2x PRI BOARD (connection to PSTN <> PBX trunk):

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRIGW

 

 

 

Your

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

unit

 

 

 

Switch

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EuroISDN, Q.931 EDSS1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Port: TE

 

 

 

Port PRI 1: NT

 

 

Port PRI 2: TE

 

Synchronization:

SLAVE

 

 

Synchronization:

MASTER

 

Synchronization: SLAVE

 

TEI : 0

 

 

 

TEI : 0

 

 

TEI : 0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PSTN network

Port: NT

Synchronization: MASTER

TEI : 0

Connection between two PRI equipments

In case that system is switched off or has some SW problem (uploading firmware), switches on PRI board automatically disconnect PRIGW and makes direct connection between your switch and PSTN network.

* port mode (NT, TE) and Synchronization (MASTER, SLAVE) must be different on the switch than on the PRIGW! TEI management number must be same on both equipment units!

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3.4. VoIP board

3.4.1. Board Description

The VoIP mainboard contains VoIP card with signaling processors and main control processor. On mainboard are is located 10/100BaseT Ethernet switch and processor for convertion of voice streams. The mainboard is designed on a 4-layer PCB of the size of

160x100mm. 5 board status indicators are located on the front panel.

Possible statuses of indication LED diodes (units with firmware 02.09.xx and higher):

PWR LED

Indicates board supply

Lights on

Switched on

Lights off

Switched off

Blinking

Board in sleep mode

INIT LED

Indicates board initialization or error status

Blinking

Indicates the initialization of the desk

Lights on (still)

Board initialization failure

Lay 2 LED

Not implemented

Lay 3 LED

Not implemented

VoIP board is configurable by web interface (see chapter VoIP board configuration). Signalization packets (SIP) must be routed to IP address of CPU, voice stream (RTP packets) to IP address of VoIP board !

3.5. Thin VoIP board

3.5.1. Board Description

New “thin” variant of VoIP card for StarGate*, BlueStar* and BlueTower systems. VoIP board contains digital signaling processor, license chip. There is also located10/100BaseT

Ethernet switch. The mainboard is designed on a 4-layer PCB of the size of 160x100mm. 5 board status indicators are located on the front panel. Configuration of this type of VoIP board is completely via standart configuration tool.

Possible statuses of indication LED diodes (units with firmware 02.09.xx and higher):

PWR LED

Indicates board supply

Lights on

Switched on

Lights off

Switched off

Blinking

Board in sleep mode

INIT LED

Indicates board initialization or error status

Blinking

Indicates the initialization of the desk

Lights on (still)*

Board initialization failure

Signalization packets (SIP) must be routed to IP address of CPU, voice stream (RTP packets) to IP address of VoIP board !

*Normal initialization of the board is about 1 minute from start of whole system.

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3.6. GSM board

3.6.1. Board Description

In PRIGW you can use seven types of GSM boards (with various GSM modules):

-GSM board with two modules Sony-Ericsson GM22 and two SIM holders.

-GSM board with two modules Sony-Ericsson GM47 and two SIM holders.

-GSM board with two modules Sony-Ericsson GM48 and two SIM holders.

-GSM board with two modules Siemens TC35i and eight SIM holders.

-GSM board with two modules Siemens TC35i and sixteen SIM holders

-GSM board with two modules Siemens MC55i and eight SIM holders.

-GSM board with two modules Siemens MC55i and sixteen SIM holders.

-GSM board with two modules Wavecom Q24CLA and eight SIM holders.

-GSM board with two modules Wavecom Q24CLA and sixteen SIM holders.

-3G board with two modules SierraWirelless MC8775V and eight SIM holders.

The GSM board contains two GSM modules, circuits for their connection to the PCM bus, and DTMF receivers. The board is designed on a 4-layer PCB of the size of 160x100mm. Pins 1 and 32 are approximately 1 mm longer in the GSM board system connector and are used for “hot swap” power feeding, allowing to push the board in and out even during operation. This feature is handy especially for installation or SIM card replacement. Two FME antenna connectors (for GSM boards with modules GM22) or two SMA antenna connectors (for GSM boards with modules TC35 and MC45(6)) and 5 board status indicators are located on the front panel.

Possible statuses of indication LED diodes (units with firmware 02.09.xx and higher):

PWR LED

Indicates board supply

Lights on

Switched on

Lights off

Switched off

Blinking

Board in sleep mode

INIT LED

Indicates board initialization or error status

Blinking

Indicates the initialization of the desk

Lights on (still)

Board initialization failure

SLP LED

Both GSM modules are manually switched off

GSM1 LED

indicates GSM 1 module status

GSM2 LED

indicates GSM 2 module status

Lights on

Proceeding call

Lights off

Unused GSM module

Blinking slowly

Module is terminating of call (2 seconds)

Blinking quickly

Log in GSM network / initialization of SIM card

GSM1 LED

indicates GSM 1 module status

GSM2 LED

indicates GSM 2 module status

Lights on

GSM module is blocked or initializing

Blinking quickly

GSM module is powered off

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3.6.2. Configuration Jumpers

3.6.2.1 GSM board with 4SIM cards per GSM module

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SIM1 for

 

 

 

SIM1 for

 

 

GSM1

 

 

 

GSM2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SIM2 for

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SIM2 for

 

GSM1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GSM2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SIM3 for

 

SIM3 for

 

 

GSM1

 

 

 

GSM2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SIM4 for

SIM4 for

GSM1

GSM2

There is just one configuration jumper on the GSM board. Jumper JP1 is intended for a change of the board addressing and is not applied at present. Connector K2 is designed for servicing purposes only and may not be connected. Jumper JP1 is disconnected by default.

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3.6.2.2GSM board with 8SIM cards per GSM module

SIM1_4

SIM1_8

SIM2_5

SIM2_1

SIM1_3

SIM1_7

SIM2_6

SIM2_2

 

 

 

JP2

JP1

 

 

JP3

 

 

 

SIM1_2

SIM1_6

SIM2_7

SIM2_3

SIM1_1

SIM1_5

SIM2_8

SIM2_4

 

 

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3.7. 3G One channel card

With one Huaiwei 3G+GSM card

SIM1_4

SIM1_8

NotSIM2used5

NotSIM2used1

SIM1_3

SIM1_7

Not used

NotSIM2used2

SIM2 6

 

 

 

JP2

JP1

 

 

JP3

 

 

 

SIM1_2

SIM1_6

Not used

Not used

SIM2_7

SIM2 3

SIM1_1

SIM1_5

Not used

Not used

SIM2 8

SIM2 4

 

 

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3.8.3G Two channel card

SIM1 for Ch1

SIM2 for Ch1

SIM3 for Ch1

SIM4 for Ch1

Channel 1

Channel 2

SIM1 for Ch2

SIM2 for Ch2

SIM3 for Ch2

SIM4 for Ch2

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4. Antenna Splitter

4.1. Splitter description

Internal Antenna Splitter for BlueStar

Internal Antenna Splitter for BlueTower

External Antenna Splitter for StarGate

Antenna splitter is the passive unit suitable for GSM gateways. It can combine maximum 16 antenna inputs to one 1 antenna output. Antenna splitter saves antenna cable, number of outdoor antennas and mounting space on the roof.

As a passive unit it inserts the loss between antenna and the equipment. Splitter configuration depends on signal level at concrete placing and number of using directions or GSM providers. Splitter can be external (StarGate) or internal (BlueStar, BlueTower)

four inputs and one output splitter block

two inputs and one output splitter block

4.1.1. Standard configurations of external antenna splitter

NUMBER

NUMBER

INPUT – OUTPUT

UNIT

OF INPUTS

OF OUTPUTS

INSERTION LOSS

HIGH

32

2

< 15 dB

2U

32

4

< 11 dB

2U

32

8

< 8 dB

2U

16

1

< 15 dB

1U

16

2

< 11 dB

1U

16

4

< 8 dB

1U

12

3

< 8 dB

1U

 

 

 

 

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4.1.2. Standard configuration of internal antenna splitter of 3G Extension rack

NUMBER

NUMBER

INPUT – OUTPUT

UNIT

OF INPUTS

OF OUTPUTS

INSERTION LOSS

HIGH

32

2

< 15 dB

6U

 

 

 

 

4.1.3. Standard configuration of internal antenna splitter for BlueStar

NUMBER

NUMBER

OF INPUTS

OF OUTPUTS

16

2

16

1

8

2

8

1

 

 

4.1.4. Standard configuration of internal antenna splitter for BlueTower

 

 

NUMBER

 

NUMBER

 

 

 

OF INPUTS

 

OF OUTPUTS

 

 

4

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.1.5. Technical parameters of antenna splitters

Parameters

 

Value

 

Notice

Connector type

 

 

 

 

 

 

Input connector

 

SMA type, female

 

Output antenna connector

 

N type, female

 

RF parameters

 

 

 

 

 

 

Impedance

 

50 OHM

 

 

 

Frequency

 

850 – 1900 MHz

 

Insertion loss

 

< 8, 11, 15 dB

 

According configuration

Isolation between two channels

 

> 20 dB

 

 

 

Output over voltage protection

 

 

 

 

 

 

Device type

 

Gas protector

 

 

 

Protected voltage level

 

90 V

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Peak current

 

10 KA

 

 

 

Insertion loss

 

0.2 dB

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To minimize signal loss, use the dummy load on the free (not used) connectors of the antenna combiner. If you have not received the dummy loads together with the SMA connector, you can order them separately.

Results of measurement with and without „dummy load“:

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- db

- db

Without dummy load With dummy load

5. Directional GSM Antenna

Directional antenna basic parameters:

Type

CPY 9214

Number of elements

14

Frequency

824 – 896, 1770 – 1880 MHz

Gain

9.5 dB / 13 dB

Cable

RG 58, 10m

V.S.W.R

< 1.5 : 1

Connector

N type, male

Directional antenna

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Fig.:The example of the right installation of directional antennas

Warning:

The antenna has to be placed according to safety rules of overvoltage protection and grounding.

6. Discreet Antenna

Discreet antenna basic parameters:

Type

Car antenna

Gain

3dB

Cable

Coax cable 174A (5 m)

Connector

SMA (male)

Discreet antenna

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7.Installation

7.1. Firmware version and license

Before installation of your PRIGW Gateway please make upload of new FW to the gateway. Actual version of the firmware + all software you find on enclosed CD, or on our website www.2N.cz .

FIRMWARE uploading procedure (by local serial port):

Connect your PC to PRIGW (COM1) via RS232 (serial port).

Prepare the firmware-containing file into a folder selected by you (Pxxxx-V-xx.xx.xx.hex).

Run PRIGW program

In the section “Gateway control” choose item “Firmware/Licence”

Choose file in “Firmware file” containing new firmware (Pxxxx-V-xx.xx.xx.hex)

Click on button “Upgrade firmware trough COM”.

The program now automatically uploads your new firmware (it’s takes about 2 minutes)

– the gateway is reset during this procedure (thus discontinues all current calls and

SMS). Do not interrupt the program during this procedure to avoid errors in firmware uploading – otherwise the gateway might stop working!

If procedure of uploading firmware was terminated, please make cool reset of the gateway and re-load PRIGW program and try to upload firmware again.

FIRMWARE uploading procedure (remotely by ethernet)*:

-Run PRIGW program

-In section “Gateway control” choose item “Firmware/Licence”

-Choose file in “Firmware file” containing new firmware (Pxxxx-V-xx.xx.xx.hex)

-Click on button “Upgrade firmware trough Ethernet”.

-The program now automatically uploads your new firmware (it’s takes about 30 seconds) the gateway is reset during this procedure (thus discontinues all current calls and SMS). Do not interrupt the program during this procedure to avoid errors in firmware uploading – otherwise the gateway might stop working!

*for successful firmware upgrade trough Ethernet you have to :

-grant remote upgrade in configuration of the gateway.

-gateway must contains bootware v02.52 or higher and firmware v02.30.01 or higher

-gateway (CPU) must be connected to Ethernet network.

Firmware license:

The gateway’s firmware is from factory limited for 850 hour* (c. 35 days, every reset of gateway will add one hour !). After this time the gateway will block the Layer 3 (signalization layer) on the

PRI interfaces !!!

Actual status of limit you can see in status line of connected PRIGW program.

Please contact 2N sales before end of this period. We will send to you new licence key string for unlock licence limitation of the firmware.

How to add new licence:

-Connect your PC to PRIGW via RS232, ISDN DATA, TCP/IP

-Make cool reset of the gateway

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