Document

Report
SIP-Based-DECT
Rev1.4 03 DEC. 2012
Table of Contents
1. Overview
2. Specification and Features
3. Air Synchronization
4. Registration
1. Installation Basic Flow
2. CS radio zone design
3. CS/PS Firmware Update
4. Setup CS/PS and NS1000
5. Maintenance of System phone book
Appendix
- PS Ring Group
-Air Synchronization
-Site Survey (Tool)
- PS function List
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Chapter 1
Overview
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1. Overview (Why SIP-Based DECT)
In Expensive Wireless solution with SIP based DECT solution
High Quality Voice with Noise reduction
Dramatically Reduce Wire installation cost in large service area.
Easy install and maintenance with Firmware Air-download
No separate server or GW is required with NS1000,
Offer high-quality Business Communication, with most
Reliable DECT Technology.
LAN
Spec.
Radio technology
VoIP signaling
Number of Handsets
Number of CS
CS synchronization
Handover
DECT
SIP
Max. 255 handsets *1
Max. 128 CS
Max. 32 CS/8Air sync group
Air synchronization
Cell Station
Cell Station
Yes (seamless)
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1. Overview (Hand Over)
SIP based DECT phone satisfies needs of personnel who want to
be always ready to talk to partners or customers anywhere and
anytime within their company.
NS1000
<Cell Station>
<Cell Station>
Hand Over
<PS>
<PS>
<PS>
<PS>
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1. Overview
Multi Zone
PS can be reception which is located anywhere.
The whole building becomes the communication zone.
Retail Store
Features and Benefits
On-site employees:
efficient because it is not
necessary to return to the
office to make a call.
Office
Hallways
Hand-over
Automotive Dealership
Call receptionists: less
trouble because the
person to transfer the call
to can be anywhere.
Customers: improved CS
because there is less time
spent waiting to transfer
calls.
Factory
Meeting Room
Storage
Suitable Environments
Frequent moving about
inside the company
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1. Overview
Move to other System/Location
PS can be moved from original site to the other site.
In this condition, the PS must be resisted to other unit also
PS can be resisted up to 4 different Cell Station (Need to regist NS1000 also)
Master
Units
Slave Units
IP
<Cell Station-2->
<Cell Station-1->
<PS201>
Move with PS
to other site
<PS301>
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Chapter 2
Specification and Features
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2. Specification and Features
Portable Station (Standard Model)
KX-UDT111
- High quality wideband voice
- Noise reduction
-Full-duplex hands free
-Air-download of firmware
- Headset jack (2.5mm plug)
- Vibration
- Up to 500 personal phonebook
US/CANADA
Model
EU Model
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2. Specification and Features
Portable Station (Slim & Light Model)
KX-UDT121
*Future
- High quality wideband voice
- Noise reduction
-Full-duplex hands free
- Air-download of firmware
*LCD back
light off and
Bluetooth
is not in use.
- Headset jack (2.5mm plug)
- Vibration
- Up to 500 personal phonebook
US/CANADA
EU Model
- Bluetooth (Version 2.0, Class 2)
(Headset/Phonebook transfer)
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2. Specification and Features
Portable Station (Taught Model)
- High quality wideband voice
KX-UDT131
*Future
- Noise reduction
-Full-duplex hands free
- Air-download of firmware
-
Vibration
-
Against Hazard LevelIP65 (IEC529)
*LCD back
- Up to 500 personal phonebook
light off and
Bluetooth
is not in use.
- Bluetooth (Version 2.0, Class 2)
(Headset/Phonebook transfer)
US/CANADA
EU Model
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2. Specification and Features
Cell Station
KX-UDS124
*Future
- Web interface for set up
- Air-download of firmware
- Max PS registration :
Up to 255 per CS and System
- The number of Cell Station for a system :
Up to 64 or 128 (One Look networking)
(32 per air sync group/max 8 air sync group)
- PoE or optional AC adaptor(KX-A239)
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2. Specification and Features
PS Detail Specification
LCD
LCD Backlit
Bluetooth
Vibration
Quick Charge
Talk Time
Stand bay time
DECT Encryption
Soft Key
Size (HxWxD)
Weight
Battery
Enclose
KX-UDT111
1.8”, 65,000-color
TFT display
Yes
No
Yes
No(10Hours)
KX-UDT121
1.8”, 65,000-color
TFT display
Yes
Built in
Yes
Yes (3 Hours)
KX-UDT131
1.8”, 65,000-color
TFT display
Yes
Built in
Yes
Yes (3 Hours)
12h (Narrow band)
9h (Wide band)
14h (Narrow band)
11h (Wide band)
14h (Narrow band)
11h (Wide band)
200h
Yes
3
146.3x48x25.4 mm
115g
AAA-Ni-MH 2 cell
200h
Yes
3
127.5x48.5x18 mm
90g
Battery: Li-ion 3.7V
700mAh
AC Adaptor, Charger
Belt Clip and Holder
200h
Yes
3
152 X 55 X 23mm
150g
Battery: Li-ion 3.7V
700mAh
AC Adaptor, Charger
Belt Clip and Holder
AC Adaptor, Charger
Belt Clip and Holder
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2. Specification and Features
CS Detail Specification
Model No.
Type
Max. simultaneous calls
Wideband Audio
KX-UDS124
4ch wideband audio CS
4
Yes
Power supply
PoE (IEEE 802.3af)
AC adaptor(optional)
CODEC (IP)
G.722, G.711, G.729a
LAN port
10 base-T / 100 base-TX
Firmware upgrade
Yes
DECT Encryption
Yes
Seamless Handover
Yes
Size
Weight
190×133.9×39.3 mm
330g (Include wall mount adaptor)
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2. Specification and Features
CS Detail Specification
LED indication on CS
LED Display
Status
OFF
Power Off / CS software download
Green ON
Standby (no active calls)
Slow Green Flashing
Talk (active calls)
Moderate Green Flashing
Busy (All talk path are occupied)
Red ON
Fault
Slow Red Flashing
OUS/Start up (data link establishment 
air synchronization)
Moderate Red Flashing
Start up (power on  data link establishment)
Amber ON
Standby: unstable synchronization (no active calls)
Slow Amber Flashing
Talk: unstable synchronization (active calls)
Moderate Amber Flashing
Busy: unstable synchronization *
Note) LED flashing patterns are as follows:
Slow Flashing: 60 times per minute
Moderate Flashing: 120 times per minute
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2. Specification and Features
CS Detail Specification
Error Indication and how to recover
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2. Specification and Features
System Capacity
System Capacity
Stand-Alone
Extension
IP
PS(UDS1XX)
Legacy
SLT
DPT
CS (pcs)
Stacking system
640
One Slave
640
640
640
1000
255
255
255
2
2
0
Main
Networking
0
0
0
64
36/96/128/240(*1)
36/96/128/160(*1)
36/96/128/160(*1)
Two Slave
1000
72/192/256/480 (*2)
72/192/256/320(*2)
72/192/256/320(*2)
64
0
0
4
11/32/32/32(*1)
64
1000
1000
1000
128
CS-IF (4/8)Card
DPT-CS
IP-CS
0
0
64
8
22/64/64/64(*2)
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128
128
SIP-CS(UDS124)
64
64
128
PS (WT/TCA)
512
512
512
*1: MM/NN/XX/YY means One NCP/One TDE100-TDA100/OneTDE200-TA200/OneTDE600-TDA600
*2: mm/nn/xx/yy means Two NCP/Two TDE100-TDA100/TwoTDE200-TA200/TwoTDE600-TDA600
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2. Specification and Features (Cover Area)
CS Coverage Area for Establishing Conversation Using PSs
A Coverage Area:
(About 50m to 60m)
A
B Good Coverage Area:
(About 30m to 40m)
Good sound quality can be
maintained.
B
C Out of Service:
Cannot make/receive calls.
Gray Zone:
Conversation will be intermittent
C
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2. Specification and Features (Easy Installation)
Site Survey for Air Synchronization
SIP-CSs have ability of site survey to check radio signal strength.
By the LED on SIP-CS, you can check the radio signal
1. Set Temporally master CS for site survey as planned
- Power on CS with pressing rest SW .
- Release Reset switch while LED flashes (Green/Red/Amber)
- Press Rest Switch one second once again (Green and Red LED start flashing)
2. Turn on Power of slave CS and locate it, then check LED on CS.
3. Move Slave until LED on Slave CS goes green
See Appendix in more detail
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2. Specification and Features (Easy Installation)
Site Survey for S-PS Service Area
The PS has a PS AREA CHECK ability
User can confirm CS cover area easily by this function
1. Power ON CS and set Maintenance mode
2. Change PS to PS AREA CHECK mode
3. Make call from PS to PS
See Appendix in more Detail
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2. Specification and Features
Wideband Audio Support
Better Receiving Frequency Response
Clear & Natural voice by Wideband Audio.
Multi Handsets and Multi-Cell supported.
Human voice Range
Narrow Band (G.711)
Enhance
Enhance
Wide Band (G.722)
Enhance the Lower frequency
with small receiver
Enhance the High frequency by aperture rate of the
receiver
previous model
(Panasonic PBX terminal)
UDT111
UDT121
UP
aperture rate
4.3 %
aperture rate
35 %
aperture rate
24.5 %
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2. Specification and Features (Pattern1)
Noise Reduction features
Can configure TX/RX noise reduction to ON/OFF during standby and talk (Default : OFF).
TX : Noise Reduction for Sending Signal
Detect and reduce noise part from the transmission voice
Noise reduction
Voice
Noise
sound
Noise
RX : Listening Enhancement for Receiving Signal
Dynamic receiving volume control according
to acoustic ambient noise characteristics
Noise
sound
High noise
Low noise
High volume
Normal volume
Waiting Demo Voice file ***
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2. Specification and Features (Pattern1)
Noise Reduction features
Strong against the multipath environment by the enhanced
precision of error detection and new voice processing technology.
Multipath
Panasonic
Technology
Fading
Ex) cubicle farm, concrete building
The fading occurs when moving the place where the electric
wave is strengthened or weakened each other under multipath
environment.
Example
occurrence multipath by direct/
reflected/diffracted wave, etc
Error
Less
Received RF power High
at cordless handset
under multipath
environment.
Low
Freq
Error
PS
Direct
wave
Old
Diffracted
wave
Voice
waveform
Proprietary Process
CS
Reflected
wave
[Time]
New
Advanced error correction makes
stable communication.
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2. Specification and Features
KX-UDT111 Appearance
Large Ringer / Charge LED
CONCAVE
Receiver
Enhance aperture rate
aperture rate 4.3%
(previous model)
UP
Strap hole1
Belt clip hole
aperture rate 35.0%
(UDT111)
-Shape to avoid operation mistake
in the pocket
- Shape to protect keys
-Concave shape and rippled keys
for easy access to keys
1.8inch Color LCD with backlit
3 Soft keys
Headset Connection
Navigation key
Wall mountable
charger
Key backlit
Microphone
Strap hole2
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2. Specification and Features
KX-UDT121 Appearance
Enhance aperture rate
Pocket size
Ringer / Charge LED
(48.5mm)
Receiver
Strap hole1
Belt clip hole
1.8inch
Color LCD
with backlit
UP
Headset
Connection
aperture rate 4.3%
(previous model)
(18mm)
(90g)
3 Soft keys
aperture rate 24.5%
(UDT121)
Navigation key
(127.5mm)
Plating Grill
Section keys
Wall mountable
charger
Key backlit
Strap hole2
Microphone
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Chapter 3
Air Synchronization
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3. Air Synchronization
Air Synchronization
To activate Handover through CS, all CS must be synchronized.
CSs are synchronized by using “Air Synchronization” for same air Sync. group
After CS synchronized with other CS, Handover is available.
LAN i/f
Air Synchronisation
L2 SW
Handover
CS (Master)
is not Available
Handover
CS (Slave)
is not Available
Handover is available
Air Synchronisation
Synchronised
By Air Synchronisation
CS (Slave)
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3. Air Synchronization
CS Coverage Area for Air Synchronization between CSs
You must not install SIP-CS
without site survey.
A Coverage Area:
Radio signal strength level is
between “03” (about 50m to 60m)
and “14” (about 20m to 30m).
A
C
B Good Coverage Area:
Radio signal strength level is
between “05” (about 40m to 50m)
and “14” (about 20m to 30m).
Good synchronisation quality
can be maintained.
B
Gray Zone:
Conversation will be intermittent
C
C Out of Service:
0m to 3m or the radio signal
strength level is “00 to 02”.
Cannot be synchronized.
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Chapter 4
Registration
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4. Registration
Step for DECT System Installation
Following is Step for SIP based DECT system registration
1) Instauration Basic Flow
2) CS Radio Zone Setting (Site Survey)
Step0: Initialing CS
Step1: Site Planning
Step2: Site Survey
Step3:CS Registration into Master CS (By CS-web)
Step4: Site Survey
3) Firmware UP date
Step1: Local firm Update
4) Set up CS/PS and NS1000
Step1:Virtual Extension (UT) Install
Step2:Step up Terminal Type
Step3: Entry CS/PS name and FF-Key
Step4: Entry CS and PS extension Number)
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4. Registration
Step for DECT System Installation
Continue
4) Set up CS/PS and NS1000
Step5: Set up Master CS
Step6: Set up System information URL
Step7: PS registration
Step8: Set up Slave CS
Step9: Set up Master CS of other Air sync group
Step10: Set up Slave/Master CS to NS1000 (For Ring group)
5) Set up CS/PS and NS1000
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4.1. Installation Basic Flow
Basic Flow how to set up CS/PS and regist to NS1000
1. CS radio zone design (Site Survey)
1-1. Site Planning
1-2. Site Survey
1-3. CS Registration into Master CS (By CS-web)
1-4. Tree Survey
2. Firmware Update
2-1. Manual Update
3. Setup CS/PS and NS1000
3-1. NS1000 setting by Web-MC
3-2. Super Master CS setting by CS-Web
3-3. PS registration
4. Maintenance of System phone book
5. PS Ring group setting (see Appendix)
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4.2. CS Radio Zone setting
Step1: Initialize CS for Before Registration
Before CS/PS registration, following process must be done
1. Initialize CS
1. Depress RESET Switch while CS is
power on
2. Keep pressing RESET Switch 10 sec.
And wait around 60sec until LED turn
on green
2. Open CS-Web interface
1.
2.
Depress RESET Switch and turn on
CS power
Keep pressing RESET until LED
blink amber
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4.2. CS Radio Zone setting (課題あり)
Step1: Site Planning
Plan the CS position by using Site planning tool
- Site planning tool (Excel)
2. Plan & Check CS position
Local PC
PBX Support Page
of CS-KMS(TBD)
1. Down Load
1) Download Site planning tool (Excel)
from PBX Support Page of CS-KMS.(TBD)
(最終化?)
2. Determine size scale
2. Import
2) After you Import site map data to this tool
and determine the size scale, you can plan
the CS position and check the radio range of CS.
(simulate for CS positioning)
site map data
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4.2. CS Radio Zone setting
Step2:Site Survey
Locate CS as temporarily position by using LED indication
1) Keep Pressing SW and turn on the CS.
2) Release the SW button and depress it again.
⇒ Sync Master mode for Site survey starts.
SyncMaster
mode
Slave
Slave
3) Other CS(s) synchronize to
Sync Master CS automatically
4) Check other CS’s LED
* Confirm the CS radio status at planning
position
5) Change position until being Green LED
Slave
Slave
Change
Slave Position
LED
6) Depress the SW button again. (return to
Slave)
LED
■ Green OK
■ Amber NG (poor)
■ Red
NG (out of range)
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4.2. CS Radio Zone setting
Step3:CS registration in to Master CS
CS Registration into Master CS by CS-Web
CS-Web
2.
4.
1.
5.
Super
Master
Slave
Slave
3.
Slave
1. Change “CS Class” from “Slave” to “Master” via CS-Web.
2. Push “Start CS Registration” button in CS Management
Slave
screen.
3. Each CS synchronizes to neighbor CS.
4. Each CS sends it’s information to Super Master CS.
5. CS(s) that is registered in Super Master are listed up.
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4.2. CS Radio Zone setting
Step4:Tree Survey
Tree Survey (Auto Air Synchronization) by CS-Web or PC Tool
1) Push “Start Tree Survey” button via CSWeb.
2) System executes auto air synchronization and calculate Tree structure.
3) Push “Apply” button.
Web user interface (Web application)
CS-Web
- For small system
- No installation needed
1.
3.
Super
Master
Slave2
Slave3
. Auto Air
Synchronization
CS-MT (SIP CS Management Tool)
- For mid and large system
- Installation is necessary
Slave1
Slave4
Slave5
Note: In case that # of CS are up to 9, PC tool needs to
be used for tree-survey.
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4. 3 Firmware Update
Step1:Update firmware by CS-Web
you can perform the firmware update manually using Web user interface
programming. After the firmware is uploaded to the Super Master CS, the
Super Master CS distributes the firmware to all other SIP-CSs.
1.Upload new firmware
CS-Web
2. Deliver to all CA
追加必要 図Cut&Past
1. Get in to [Firmware Update].
2. Select [Direct] for [Update Mode].
3. Click [All Update Firmware].
Note: You must update CS firmware to V2.XX,
when you use CS under NS1000
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4. 4 Set up CS/PS and NS1000
Step1:Vitrula Extension (UT) install
Click [Setup]  select [PBX Configuration] – [1.Configration] – [1.Slot]  [Virtual] – [V-UTEXT32]
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4. 4 Set up CS/PS and NS1000
Step2: Set up Terminal Type
Set up CS or PS type of Telephone type in Port Property as Master CS/SIP-CS or S-PS
Click [Set-up] - [1.Configlation] - [1. Slot] – [Select Target V-UTEXT32] – [Port property]
Note: 1. Telephone Type Setting is
Master CS: Super master CS which is Master CS of Air Sync Group #1
SIP-CS
: Master CS of Air Sync Group 2 to 8 and or all slave CS
S-PS
: PS
2. Only one Master CS can be set per one Unit
3. Do not need to set UP SIP-CS if customer does not need to set up PS-Ringing (ICD-Group Function)
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4. 4 Set up CS/PS and NS1000
Step3: Entry CS/PS name and FF-Key
1.
Enter Name of PS and Extension number
Click [Set-up] - [1.Configlation] - [1. Slot] – [Select Target V-UTEXT32] – [Port property]
Enter PS Name
2. Enter FF-Key of PS
Click [Set-up] - [4. Extension] - [1.Wired Extension] - [4. Flexible Button] – [Target PS ]
Can be set these
Enter FF-Key Code
Functions
Note: Set up PS related programming by wired extension setting if needed
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4. 4 Set up CS/PS and NS1000
Step4: Entry CS and PS extension Number
1.
Enter Name of CS and Extension number
Click [Set-up] - [1.Configlation] - [1. Slot] – [Select Target V-UTEXT32] – [Port property]
Note:
1.Need to assign Super Master CS number for PS registration
It will not need AK (Capacity of UT-Extension) for CS but need AK for PS
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4. 4 Set up CS/PS and NS1000
Step5: Set up Master CS
CS-Web
LOGIN
Super Master CS
Default Web Address
(192.168.0.241)
For CS and PS registration, need to set up Super Master CS
1) Login CS-Web (192.168.0.241 as a default)
In default setting, CS-Web site is set as 192.168.0.241
2) Set up own IP Address
In default setting, CS is defined as DHCP mode. If no DHCP
server, need to set up own IP address. After IP Address, CS
will restart automatically
3) Set CS mode as Mater CS
In default, CS mode is set as Slave CS, so need to set CS
mode as Master CS . After set Master CS, CS will restart
automatically
Note: *1 To enable CS-Web function, need to proceed power on with reset SW (See Page 28)
Login/Password : For Installer instoperatoruserid/instpass, For Customer admin/adminpass
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4. 4 Set up CS/PS and NS1000
Step6: Set up System information URL (in Master CS)
In order to download configuration file from NS1000, URL information for getting the file in
NS1000 has to be set by CS-Web.
1) Set following URL into System File URL
http://192.168.0.101:7580/utdownload/System.cfg
NS1000 IP address Port #
Then, Click All Save.
After set up URL, CS will restart automatically.
Note: At this point, configuration data is downloaded
into Super Master CS and registrated to NS1000
automatically even if registration mode is [manual]
mode in NS1000
Do not enter any other field
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4. 4 Set up CS/PS and NS1000
Step7: PS Registration
CS-Web
LOGIN
Regist
Super Master CS
PS
PS has to be registered into Super Master CS by CS-Web as follows:
1) Login CS-Web
2) Select menu of PS Registration.
3) Click Start PS Registration.
4) Select Available PS and move to Selected PS by “>” button.
5) Click Next.
6) Set PS to registration mode and register that to neighbor CS.
*registration mode = push button on PS.
7) Any CS accept PS registration.
Note: 1. Extension Number is downloaded from NS 1000 automatically, and also when change PS
extension number by Web-MC of NS1000, the modification data is also down loaded automatically
2. After regist PS to CS, CS-Web will be closed. After Close CS-Web, can open Web Port by PS setting
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4. 4 Set up CS/PS and NS1000
Step8: Set up Slave CS
CS-Web of Slave CS
CS-Web
LOGIN
LOGIN
Regist
Super Master CS
Slave CS
Set up Slave CS IP address
Slave CS can regist to Super Master CS.
Just Set up own IP address (*)
Then proceed CS registration by Super Master CS
Set up Master IP address *
CS-Web of Super Master CS
Note: If System Mode is set up as DHCP enable, do not need
to set up Own IP-Address
Start CS registration in Super Master CS
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4. 4 Set up CS/PS and NS1000
Step9: Set up Master CS of other Air sync group
CS-Web of Master CS
CS-Web
LOGIN
LOGIN
Regist
Super Master CS
Master CS
Set up Master CS IP address
Master CS can regist to Super Master CS Just Set up own IP
address and Super Master IP address *
And need to proceed CS registration by Super Master CS
Set up Super Master IP address *
CS-Web of Super Master CS
Note: If System Mode is set up as DHCP enable, do not need
to set up Own IP-Address
When set up different Air Sync Group (Not 1), then
need to set up Master IP Address
Start CS registration in Super Master CS
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4. 4 Set up CS/PS and NS1000
Step10: Set up Slave/Master CS to NS1000 (For Ring group)
CS-Web
LOGIN
WEB-MC UT-EXT32 Port property
Regist
Super Master CS
Slave CS
When user want to use PS-RING group by NS1000 ICD Group
function, Must regist Master CS and Slave CS to NS 1000 as
follow
1) Set UP Telephone Type as SIP-CS and Extension Number in
Web-MC
2) Set up Extension number of Master CS/Slave CS in CS-Web
as same as NS1000 Data
3) Set up Password (1234 as default) in CS-Web
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4.5 Phone book registration
Download System Speed Dial data to PS Phone Book
Step12- - Download System Speed dial data to
Super Master
Download
When System Speed dial of NS1000 is modified,
NS1000 will download System Speed dial data to Super Master CS.
Master CS will deliver Data to PS /Other Master CS as Phone
book data, after complete download.
The total number of downloaded data is defined by [Site-Property]
Deliver
Note:
1. It will take around 40second to deliver Phone book Data.
which is same setting for UT. Default is 300 *1
2. PS will show [Downloading PhoneBook ] as download mode
as download mode.
3. Download will start when either [Apply] or [OK] ICON is
clicked
4. Can not set Tennant group for PS, so basic Speed dial
data is shared by all PS
*1: It will take around 5 minutes to complete Phonebook
transfer as MAX(256 PS is in One Cell Station)
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Appendix
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Appendix
PS Ring Group #1 (How to work)
1 NS1000 setting by Web-MC
2
NS1000 setting by Web-MC
Assign CS extension number in NS1000
Set ICD group
- Virtual V-UTEXT Port Property
- ICD Group Setting
EXT.
Status
200
INS
ICD
group
201
INS
600
Member
300, 301
601
300
301
3
CS setting by CS-Web
4
Assign CS extension number in each CS
Extn.300
PS Index=P001
Extn.200
Extn.301
PS Index=P002
Extn.201
CS setting by CS-Web
Assign member of PS Ring group in S-Master CS
Index
#
Group
#
1
600
Member
P001, P002
2
12
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Appendix
PS Ring Group #2 (How to set up)
1. Assign CS extension number
Extension numbers must be assigned to all CSs in the same way of
UT series SIP phones
- Setup- PBX Configuration 1.1 Slot - Virtual V-UTEXT Port Property
Set CS number as
ICD-G member
2. Set ICD group
Extension number of CSs to cover area
for PS ringing need to be set in a ICD
group as the member.
- Setup-PBX Configuration 3.5.1 ICD
Group Setting
Note: About CS registration into NS1000
No operation is required for registration into NS1000 like as
PS.
Registration will be completed automatically when match
CS extension number and password on CS with the number
on NS1000
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Appendix
PS Ring Group #3 (How to Set up)
3. Set CS extension number by CS-web
Each CS must assign their extension number for PS ring group.
Installer needs to log-in into each CS for this setting.
3-1. How to access to each CS
Each CS can be logged in from CS-web of Super
master CS as follows:
1) Select menu of CS Management.
2) Click Remote Login button for CS that you want to
log-in.
3-2. Set extension number in each CS
Following items need to be set in each CS when
login to CS.
1) Select menu of SIP Settings - CS.
2) Set CS’s extension number into phone number
3) Set Authentication ID (CS’s extension number)
4) Set Authentication Password (“1234”)
than, Click Save.
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Appendix
PS Ring Group #4 (How to Set up)
4. Set PS Ring Group by CS-web
PSs are assigned as group member by CS-Web. The setting is required only for Super Master CS.
1) Select menu of PS Ring Group Settings
2) Click PS group registration button of specified group
3) Select PSs from Available Users and move to Group Members by “>” button.
4) Click “All Save” (Setting data is delivered to all CS)
1
2
3
4
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Air Synchronization
Air Synchronization Mater and Slave CS
SIP Based DECT-CS (Mater CS)
An CS configured as Master CS will create and send out its own timing and
synchronisation.
SIP Based DECT-CS (Slave CS)
An CS configured as Slave CS will receive timing and synchronisation from CS set
to Master CS.
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Air Synchronization
Condition of Air Synchronization
SIP Based DECT-CS Classification
CSs are assigned to any one of the following three classifications for
Implementing air synchronization.
CS Class
Description
Master CS1
(synchronization source clock)
Generates clock signal.
Master CS2
(backup for Master CS1)
- Receives clock signal from Master CS1
- Can also generate clock signal if Master CS1 malfunctions.
Slave CS
Receives clock signal from other CSs.
Master CS1
Slave CS
Level 1
Slave CS
Slave CS
Level 2
Level 3
Slave CS
Level 4
Level 1
Master CS2
It is recommended that the number of levels in the synchronisation
hierarchy is minimized for stable air synchronisation.
The maximum number of levels is 4.
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IP-CS Air Synchronization
Condition of Air Synchronization
Onelook Network
Slave CS registered to Slave Unit can NOT Air synchronize with Master CS
registered to Master Unit, so it is necessary to install additional Master CS
to Slave Unit.
Master Unit
Slave Unit
Onelook Network
Master CS
Slave CS
Slave CS
Master Unit
Slave Unit
Onelook Network
Master CS
Slave CS
Air Synchronization Group1
Master CS
Slave CS
Air Synchronization Group2
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Site Survey (CS)
Set up Temporally CS
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Site Survey (CS)
Locate Slave CS
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Site Survey (PS)
CS Cover area check
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Site Survey (PS)
How to set CS as Maintenance Mode
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PS Function List
Detail Function LIST (1)
PS Function
Following table show PS function Overview
Feature
NT 3XX
SIP based
SIP-MLT
SIP-SLT
SIP-DECT
UT13X,2XX UT133,123 (UDS1XX)
DID/DIL incoming call
Internal Call Block
Ring Tone Pattern Selection
Call Waiting
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Idle Extension Hunting
Outside Destinations in ICD
Queuing Feature
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
VIP Call
Log-in/Log-out
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Call Forwarding (FWD)
Do Not Disturb (DND)
FWD/DND Button, Group FWD
Button
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remark for SIP DECT
Selected by PS Menu
No 'Call Waiting Caller ID'
on display;
'Hurry-Up' key is not
available.
FF key has to be
programmed in both CS
and NS1000 for SIP-DECT
'Group FWD' key is not
available.
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Detail Function LIST (2)
Feature
Line Preference. Incoming
Call Pickup - Directed, Group
Hands-free Answerback
Automatic Extension Release
Emergency Call
Account Code Entry
Dial Type Selection
Pause Insertion
NT 3XX
SIP based
SIP-MLT
SIP-SLT SIP-DECT
UT13X,2XX UT133,123 (UDS1XX)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Last Number Redial
Speed Dialing. Personal/System
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Hot Line
Yes
No
No
No
Line Preference. Outgoing
Trunk Access
One-touch Dialing
Remark for SIP DECT
'Pause' key is not
available..
FF key has to be
programmed in CS and PS
FF key has to be
programmed in CS and PS
FF key has to be
programmed in CS and PS
Personal Download: N/A
for SIP-DECT
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Detail Function LIST (3)
Feature
SIP based
NT 3XX
SIP-MLT
SIP-SLT SIP-DECT
UT13X,2XX UT133,123 (UDS1XX)
PDN/ SDN
Automatic Callback Busy
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
Executive Busy Override
Call Monitor
Call Waiting Tone
Off-hook Call Announcement
Whisper OHCA
Toll Restriction (TRS)
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
Future
Future
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Call Barring (Barring)
Budget Management
Extension Dial Lock
Dial Tone Transfer
Walking COS
Verification Code Entry
Automatic Route Selection
Hands-free Operation
Off-hook Monitor
Mute
Remark for SIP DECT
Alternative:Use CA
instead
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Detail Function LIST (4)
SIP based
SIP-MLT
SIP-SLT
SIP-DECT
UT13X,2XX UT133,123 (UDS1XX)
Feature
NT 3XX
Headset Operation
Data Line Security
Flash/Recall/Terminate
External Feature Access
Trunk Call Limitation
(CPC) Signal Detection
Call Transfer
Call Hold
Call Park
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes*
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
NO
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Call Splitting
Music on Hold
Conference
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Privacy Release
Paging
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remark for SIP DECT
Drop the call without alarm
FF key has to be programmed
in both CS and PS
SIP-MLT/SLT: hard "Conf" key,
no LED, SIP-DECT: Function
Menu, no LED」
SIP-SLT and SIP-DECT can not
be paged
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Detail Function LIST (5)
Feature
Conference Group Call
SIP based
NT 3XX SIP-MLT
SIP-SLT
UT13X,2XX UT133,123
SIP-DECT
(UDS1XX)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Door phone Call
Door Open
Trunk Answer From Any Station
Background Music (BGM)
Outgoing Message (OGM)
Direct Inward System Access
External Sensor
External Relay Control
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
No
Caller ID
Incoming Call Log
Message Waiting
Absent Message
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remark for SIP DECT
SIP-MLT/SLT SIP-DECT
can be a coordinator
No absent message
information on LCD while
calling.
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Detail Function LIST (6)
Feature
NT 3XX
SIP based
SIP-MLT
SIP-SLT SIP-DECT
UT13X,2XX UT133,123 (UDS1XX)
Fixed Buttons
Flexible Buttons
LED Indication
Display Information
Calling/Connected Line
Identification Presentation
Advice of Charge (AOC)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Built-in SVM
Voice Mail (VM) Group
Voice Mail DTMF Integration
2WAY-REC
2WAY-Transfer
VM-Transfer
Live Call Screening (LCS)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Remark for SIP DECT
Same limitation as UT
No Charge information on
LCD.
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Detail Function LIST (7)
Feature
PS Ring Group
PS Directory
PS Feature Buttons
Wireless XDP Parallel Mode
SMDR
Printing Message
Call Charge Services
Call Billing for Guest Room
Extension Personal
Identification Number
Extension Feature Clear
Walking Extension
Enhanced Walking Extension
Timed Reminder
SIP based
NT 3XX
SIP-MLT
SIP-SLT
SIP-DECT
UT13X,2XX UT133,123 (UDS1XX)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
Remark for SIP DECT
Only support parallel ringing
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Detail Function LIST (8)
Feature
Confirmation Tone
Calling/Connected Line
Identification by QSIG
Call Forwarding (CF).by QSIG
Call Transfer (CT) by QSIG
Completion of Calls to Busy
Subscriber (CCBS).by QSIG
Network Direct Station Selection
Centralized Voice Mail
Network ICD Group
Peer-to-Peer Connection
Self Labeling
Computer Telephony Integration
Communication Assistant
SIP based
NT 3XX SIP-MLT
SIP-SLT SIP-DECT
UT13X,2XX UT133,123 (UDS1XX)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Remark for SIP DECT
COLP/CONP is not
available.
Following enhanced CTI
functions are not available
-SetDisplay ButtonPressetc.
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Detail Function LIST (9)
Feature
Class of Service (COS)
Group
Tenant Service
NT 3XX
Yes
Yes
Yes
SIP based
SIP-MLT
SIP-SLT
UT13X,2XX UT133,123
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
SIP-DECT
(UDS1XX)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Time Service
Yes
Yes
Yes
Limited
Operator Features
Manager Features
System Redundancy
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Terminal redandancy
Stand alone operation
Remark for SIP DECT
Only do "change the time
mode
(Day/Night/Lunch/Break)“ by
feature access code.
Require to set an external NTP
server.
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