SKANTI_Scansat_F77_Operators_Manual.pdf

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The following services may be used on the ISDN interface: 64 kbit/s UDI 56 kbit/s UDI Speech 3.1 kHz audio mini-M voice Equal to the terrestrial ISDN network the terminal offers the possibility to have more than one device connected to this interface. Each device can be individually addressed when called and the service type can be selected individually. This requires that the attached equipment supports MSN (Multiple Subscriber Number). Depending on the brand of equipment it may be possible to program the
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Introduction Hardware Interfaces 14 Jul 2002 2 equipment with more MSN's. If a device should respond to a certain IMN number, it must be programmed in the ISDN equipment using the IMN as MSN. Note that the equipment will only react if both MSN as well as service type (speech, 3.1 kHz audio, 64 kbit/s or 56 kbit/s) fit the ISDN equipment. Please note that the ISDN interface supports data transmission of one B-channel at 64 or 56 kbit/s as opposed to two B-channels at 64 or 56 kbit/s available on the terrestrial ISDN network and that the delay is also greater. Not all standard ISDN devices are equally good at coping with these differences. Two RS-232 interfaces: The RS-232 interfaces are both standard 9-pin serial ports, with a maximum port speed of 115.2 kbps. They can be used for the following service types: MPDS service Configuration of the terminal via FleetCP software Connection of a IP Router When using the FleetCP program, the PC must be connected to the RS-232 interface. see section 5.1. Note: At present only one RS-232 port (X9) is operational.
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Hardware Interfaces Introduction Jul 2002 15 2 NMEA 0183/2000 interface: The NMEA 0183/2000 is a Gyro and Navigation interface. It serves as a backup, if a alternative antenna without self- steering, has to be installed. Note: Interface is currently not supported. Discrete I/O interface: The BDU also has a discrete I/O interface, containing 4 outputs of the open collector type and 4 inputs. Inputs could be used for F77/GSM operation and outputs for external alarms, debit pulses, B-answer and more. Note: Interface is currently not supported.
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Introduction Hardware Interfaces 16 Jul 2002 2 USB Interface: USB - Universal Serial Bus – is a popular technology that allows a single universal plug to connect PCs and peripherals of all kinds to each other. USB replaces all of the different serial and parallel PC connections with one standard plug and play port. Note: Interface is currently not supported. Power Connector: For connection of power, see chapter 9 in the Installation Manual.
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The Handset Introduction Jul 2002 17 2 2.5 The Handset The Handset is the primary interface for the TT-3084A Capsat® Fleet77. It enables the user to dial numbers, it displays error and status messages, and is used to configure the transceiver.
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