SKANTI_Scansat_F77_Operators_Manual.pdf

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29 3.1 Get ready to make a call .................................... 29 3.1.1 How to power on the system . ................... 29 3.1.2 How to power down the system . ............... 30 3.2 Use of PIN codes . ............................................. 31 3.3 Normal calls ..................................................... 32 3.3.1 Call from handset .................................... 32 3.3.2 Calling the terminal ................................. 33 3.3.3 Transferring incoming calls ....................... 33 3.4 Distress call ..................................................... 34 3.4.1 How to make a Distress call ...................... 34 3.4.2 Distress call failure .................................. 35 3.4.3 Distress and Priority call to the ship ........... 36 3.5 ISDN and MPDS connection ................................ 36 4 Operation ............................................................... 39 4.1 Menu System ................................................... 39 4.1.1 Phonebook ............................................. 40 4.1.2 Area ...................................................... 41 4.1.3 LES ....................................................... 42
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Table of Contents ii Jul 2002 4.1.4 Mailbox .................................................. 43 4.1.5 Help Desk ............................................... 44 4.1.6 Alarm Log ............................................... 44 4.1.7 Status .................................................... 45 4.2 Call functions .................................................... 47 4.2.1 Call using phone book .............................. 47 4.2.2 Call from handset connected to RJ11 .......... 48 4.2.3 Call from an ISDN phone .......................... 48 4.2.4 Fax call .................................................. 49 4.2.5 Call via USB ............................................ 50 4.2.6 Priority calls ............................................ 50 4.2.7 Internal calls ........................................... 51 4.3 Super User functions .......................................... 52 4.3.1 Mailbox .................................................. 52 4.3.2 Call Logs ................................................ 53 4.3.3 Data setup .............................................. 55 4.3.4 Contrast ................................................. 55 4.3.5 Ring setup .............................................. 56 4.3.6 Key Beep ................................................ 56 4.3.7 Set Time ................................................. 57 4.3.8 Set Date ................................................. 57 4.3.9 Language ............................................... 58 4.3.10 Disclose Pos ............................................ 58 4.3.11 Allowed Dial ............................................ 59 4.3.12 Ph.Book Dial ........................................... 60 4.3.13 Auto Prefix .............................................. 61 4.3.14 BarServiceIn ........................................... 61 4.3.15 BarServiceOut ......................................... 62 4.3.16 LED Dimm .............................................. 62 4.3.17 Ant.Setup ............................................... 63 4.3.18 DistressTest ............................................ 64 4.3.19 Alarm Log ............................................... 65 4.3.20 PIN codes ............................................... 66 4.3.21 Routing .................................................. 67 4.3.22 RJ11 Volume ........................................... 69 4.3.23 LES Config .............................................. 69
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Table of Contents Jul 2002 iii 5 PC programs .......................................................... 73 5.1 System Set-up from PC ..................................... 73 5.2 Set-up of data equipment .................................. 82 5.2.1 Set-up for MPDS ..................................... 83 5.2.2 Set-up for ISDN ...................................... 87 6 Troubleshooting ...................................................... 93 6.1 What if ............................................................ 93 6.2 List of Error messages ....................................... 93 6.2.1 Inmarsat defined alarms .......................... 93 6.2.2 Non Inmarsat Alarms .............................. 106 7 Index ................................................................... 111 Appendix A - Menu Tree ................................................. 113
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Abbreviations About the Manual Jul 2002 1 1 1 About the Manual Congratulations on purchasing your TT-3084A Capsat® Fleet77. This system makes it possible for you to communicate from virtually any ocean region in the world using the Inmarsat Fleet service established by Inmarsat. The Capsat® Fleet77 supports high-speed data (64 kbit/s circuit switched and packet data) and high quality voice as well as inexpensive voice services. This manual has the following chapters: Chapter 2 Introduction - an overview of the Inmarsat Fleet system and its services. Also a brief description of the system. Chapter 3 Getting started - a description of how to make and receive calls and the use of PIN codes. Chapter 4 Operation - a detailed description of the menu system in the terminal. Chapter 5 PC programs - a description on how to use the accompanying configuration PC software (FleetCP). Chapter 6 Troubleshooting a description of the most common errors, how to deal with them and how to get further help if necessary. Chapter 7 Index - a subject index Appendix A - Menu Tree
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Abbreviations Introduction Jul 2002 3 2 2 Introduction 2.1 Abbreviations ACU Antenna Control Unit ADU Above Deck Unit AORE Atlantic Ocean Region East AORW Atlantic Ocean Region West BDU Below Deck Unit FEU Front End Unit GPS Global Positioning System IMN Inmarsat Mobile Number ISDN Integrated Services Digital Network ISN Inmarsat Serial Number IOR Indian Ocean Region ISP
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