Matrix Telecom Solutions: SIMADO GFXD1111S - FCT


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Matrix SIMADO GFXD1111S is one such gateway equipment offering interfaces for GSM, FXS and FXO ports. It can be used with any brand of existing PBX or even in a stand-alone mode. SIMADO GFXD1111S supports flexible and intelligent Least Cost Routing (LCR) options providing significant cost savings and round-the-clock connectivity.

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  • Matrix Telecom Solutions: SIMADO GFXD1111S - FCT

    1. 1. Warm Welcome
    2. 2. Pre-eminent Features  Reliable, Compact and Sturdy design  ETSI GSM phase 2/2+ compliance  Superior call routing techniques  Quad-band 2G and Tri-band 3G network support  Compatible with any PBX
    3. 3. MATRIX SIMADO GFXD1111S FCT for Voice and Data Applications
    4. 4. Introduction  Fixed cellular terminal for voice and data applications  Incoming calls on GSM are landed over FXS port  Outgoing calls from FXS port are routed through GSM or FXO networks  Can be used as a stand-alone system  Can be connected with any existing PBX  Adds GSM mobility and cost benefit to the existing infrastructure
    5. 5. System Interfaces Antenna RS232C COM Port SIM Socket DC Input Jack FXS Port FXO Port
    6. 6. System Models SIMADO GFXD1111S GSM FCT for Voice and Data Applications with 1 GSM Port, 1 FXO Port and 1 FXS Port SIMADO GFXDS111S 3G GSM/3G for Voice and Data Applications with 1 3G Port, 1 FXO Port and 1 FXS Port
    7. 7. Network Support GSM Quad-band GSM850 EGSM900 DCS1800 PCS1900 WCDMA Tri-band 850 1900 2100
    8. 8. 3G Network Support  Matrix SIMADO GFXD1111S 3G supports:  2G Network: Quad-band Support for GSM network  3G Network: Tri-band Support for WCDMA network  Call established over 3G network offer:  Noise-free, stanch voice quality  Enhanced security  Fallback compatibility  Flexibility to switch to alternate network (2G)  Assures round-the-clock network connectivity  Users can traverse between regions uninterruptedly 2001 Japan Used WCDMA as a Commercial Service, Bypassing Earlier GSM Generations Source: Mobile Communications Systems and Security/Man Young Rhee
    9. 9. LED Indications  FXS (Phone On/Off Hook)  FXO (Trunk)  NW (Network Availability)  SIM (SIM Card)  Power On
    10. 10. System Features  Allowed and Denied List  Answer Signaling on FXS Port  Automatic Number Translation  Call Divert  Call Duration Display  Call Progress Tones  Calling Line Identification and Presentation (CLIP)  Calling Line Identification Restriction (CLIR)  Disconnect Signaling on FXS Port
    11. 11. System Features  Emergency Number Dialing  Hotline  International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI)  Location Information Indication  Multi-stage Dialing  Network Selection  Reinstate Default Setting  Security Code
    12. 12. System Features  Service Provider Lock  Short Message Services (Receive and Delete)  Signal Strength Indication  SIM PIN  Software Version and Revision Display  System Programming  System Restart  System Security
    13. 13. Abbreviated Dialing  32 Frequently Used Numbers Can be Stored in the System’s Internal Memory  Shorter Codes Can be Defined For these Numbers  Shorter Codes are Easier to Remember and Dial  Also Termed as Speed Dialing
    14. 14. Allowed and Denied List  Program Allowed and Denied Number Lists  Allow/Restrict Dialing of the Programmed Numbers  5 Numbers, Each of 16 Digits Can be Programmed in Allowed and Denied Number List Individually  Based on “Best Match Found” Logic, Calls are Allowed/Denied  Programmed Emergency Numbers are Excluded From Such Verification  Useful to Control Telephone Call Cost  Trim the Use of System’s National/International Dialing Facility as per Requirement
    15. 15. Answer Signaling on FXS Port  SIMADO GFXD1111S, when connected with a Payphone or FXO port of the PBX  It is obligatory to generate call maturity information on the FXS port  When called party answers a call (i.e. on call maturity)  The signal (In form of polarity reversal) is generated on FXS port  This assists the connected Payphone/PBX in accurate billing  Ensures, all matured calls are billed  Evades billing of unanswered/unsuccessful call attempts
    16. 16. Automatic Number Translation  Translates dialed number string into an understandable format by the GSM/3G network, Example:  While placing calls to landline numbers  User may dial only the number  GFXD1111S prefixes the area code  The number string will be understood by the GSM network  No need to change dialing habits  Aids in speed dialing and multi-stage dialing set-ups Translated Number 0265284132 Dialed Number 284132 GSM/3G
    17. 17. Call Minutes Mobile Service Providers offer free calling schemes for a fixed calling minutes Enable call minute feature on a mobile port Calls get routed through mobile port programmed for free minutes Save on call cost , utilizing available free minutes On exhaustion of free calling minutes  Either block the calls  Else calls can be allowed after alerting the caller Reallocate calling minutes automatically on a scheduled date Consumed call minutes can be viewed on lcd display of connected telephone instrument
    18. 18. Calling Party Control When a call is terminated by the called party on GSM network System generates CPC signal on its FXS ports The signal is sensed by the PBX (or other equipment) to release the Ports  Prevents port blockage System detects CPC on FXO port also
    19. 19. Call Divert  Diverts incoming calls on mobile port to a configured alternate destination:  Unconditionally  When FXS port is busy  When FXS Port does not answer  When GFX11 is switched-off or out of coverage area  This feature requires activation from SIM service provider
    20. 20. Call Duration Display  Duration of calls made or received on FXS port can be viewed on LCD enabled phones  Display options:  Duration of last dialed or received call  Total duration of calls made
    21. 21. Call Progress Tones  Different Types of Tones: Dial Tone, Ring Back Tone, Busy Tone, Error Tone  Different call progress tones and ring cadence for different regions
    22. 22. Calling Line Identification and Presentation  Detection and presentation of calling party number on FXS port  Signaling Types:  DTMF  ITU-T V.23 FSK  Bellcore FSK
    23. 23. Calling Line Identification and Restriction  Restrict displaying ones identity while placing calls  This feature is service provider specific
    24. 24. Disconnect Signaling on FXS Port  When SIMADO GFXD1111S is connected with a Payphone or FXO port of the PBX  The Signal (In form of polarity reversal or open loop disconnect pulse) is generated on FXS port  The signal is an indicator of call disconnection from the called party end  Else, call will be disconnected only when caller goes on-hook  Prevents a port getting stuck in absence of the signal  Be assured for most accurate billing
    25. 25. Emergency Number Dialing  Configure 4 emergency numbers (Ex. Ambulance, Police, Fire Brigade and Others)  Place call even if SIM is not present  Configured emergency numbers are excluded from such verification  In case, no emergency number is programmed  Emergency number stored in SIM will be dialed  Else default emergency number stored in the firmware will be dialed
    26. 26. General Packet Radio Service  SIMADO GFXD1111S supports GPRS Class 10 service  Once the service is activated on the SIM, user can:  Browse Internet  Check Emails  Chat  Transfer Files
    27. 27. Hotline (Fixed Dialing)  Just by lifting the handset, the frequently dialed number can be dialed-out  Configure the fixed numbers after which delay happens  Any other number can be dialed, before configured delay elapses  Beneficial in point-to-point connectivity set-ups
    28. 28. International Mobile Equipment Identity  15/17 digit code used to identify a GSM module on GSM network  When SIMADO GFXD1111S is switched-on  IMEI number is verified with service providers list of authorized users  In case of lost/stolen equipment  Get IMEI number blocked  Prevent misuse of information stored in the gateway
    29. 29. Least Cost Routing  Routes calls either on GSM or FXO port  LCR schemes offered:  Time based LCR  Number based LCR  Mixed LCR  Minimizes communication cost greatly
    30. 30. Location Information Identification  Displays the information of the location where the device has been placed  Information can be viewed on LCD enabled phones  This feature requires activation from SIM service provider  Best fits in  Logistics and Transportation vehicles
    31. 31. Multi-Stage Dialing  At times, series of numbers have to be dialed before dialing the actual number  Example: while using a virtual calling cards (ITC card)  User is required to dial long number strings  Toll-free Number Provided by the Service Provider + ITC Card Number + Destination Number to be Called  Eliminates dialing long number strings  Configure ANT table, calling card password table and calling card service provider table  User can now dial only the destination number  Used in Organizations with multiple branch offices  Connect various locations via GSM network
    32. 32. Multi-Stage Dialing – Application Scenario 3XXX 4XXX GSM/3G PBX Location A SIMADO GFXD1111S SIMADO GFXD1111S PBX Location B  Connect SIMADO GFXD1111S in front of the pre-installed PBX system  Avail CUG (closed user group) services from the service provider for free dialing between the offices  Calls can be easily established between the two locations  System supports differentiated tones to indicate various dialing stages
    33. 33. Network Selection  Once the Power is ON, system searches and registers itself with the available network  Network is selected as per network signal strength  Ensures round-the-clock connectivity by registering with an available network  System can be configured for manual network selection mode  Avoids unnecessary charges due to registration with unwanted networks  Network is selected as per assigned priority in a priority table  Single GSM port can be programmed for maximum of 4 networks  Multiple attempts are made to register with an available network
    34. 34. Network Selection Home Network  Network signals may overlap in the expanse of a national border  Set the system for manual network selection mode Roaming Link Signal Overlap Region  Avoid false roaming charges, due to registration with a foreign Foreign Location network
    35. 35. Reinstate Default Settings  SIMADO GFXD1111S is supplied with default settings for various parameters  Any operating mistake may necessitate defaulting the system  Default the system by entering se mode from the telephone  Minimizes configuring labor
    36. 36. Port Release Timer Port Release Timer is started when a call gets matured When the timer expires, ports involved in the call are released Prevents port blockage, in case:  Disconnect signal sent by the network is not sensed by the system (Mobile/FXO) port
    37. 37. Short Message Service  Notifies receipt of a new SMS  Notification is in the form of signal or alert on phone  Received messages are stored at various locations (indexes) in the SIM/RUIM  Read or delete received messages with phone supporting FSK CLI
    38. 38. Signal Strength  Gauge available signal strength  15 step signal strength indication on telephone instrument‘s LCD screen  Telephone instrument should be FSK compatible
    39. 39. SIM PIN  SIM is a smart card with subscriber specific data stored in it  SIM PIN is a security feature used by the GSM network  A PIN (Personal Identification Number) can be enabled in the SIM  At each Power-on, device is authenticated for PIN  This PIN should match with the stored SIM PIN  System will attempt registration to a GSM network after correct SIM PIN is issued  Wrong PIN attempt thrice would block the SIM  A blocked SIM can be opened by entering the SIM PUK provided by the GSM operator  Prevents misuse of SIM card
    40. 40. System Programming  Program the device with a phone  Two differentiated programming levels:  System Engineer (SE) Level:  Grants full system access  Password authentication is required to enter SE programming mode  System Administrator (SA) Level:  Authorized to program only administrative system features  Password authentication is required to enter SA programming mode
    41. 41. System Restart  When physical reach to system is difficult  Restart the system from telephone instrument connected to phone
    42. 42. System Security  SIMADO GFXD1111S is secured with passwords at two levels: 1) System Engineer (SE) Level 2) System Administrator (SA) Level  System Engineer can alter SA password if required  Technique to default SE password in case of forgotten password  Prevents unauthorized alterations and misuse of system features and facilities
    43. 43. Applications
    44. 44. Stand-alone Application GSM/3G SIM MODULE FXO PSTN FXS GFXD1111S/ GFXD1111S 3G Analog Telephone  Home users can connect to GSM/3G and PSTN network
    45. 45. GSM FCT with existing PBX Application GSM/3G SIM PSTN FXO FXS Extensions SIMADO GFXD1111S PBX   PBX users can access GSM/3G and PSTN network, dialing trunk access codes Mobile users can easily reach-out to the PBX extensions
    46. 46. Data Application GSM/GPRS GPRS ENABLED SIM MODULE GFXD1111S   Use the GSM network for internet connection Use PC to send bulk SMSs
    47. 47. Specifications Power Supply External Adaptor 12V DC/1.25A (Universal input range 90-265VAC, 47- 63Hz) Power Consumption (Typical) 5 Watt RF Sensitivity Better than -106dBm at GSM850/EGSM900/DCS1800/PCS1900 Better than -106dBm at WCDMA 850 Better than -108dBm at WCDMA 1900/2100 Dimensions (W X H X D) 5.26”x7.80”x1.76” Unit Weight 1200 Grams Mounting Options Wall Mount and Table Top Antenna Connector TNC(Male)
    48. 48.  Type of Presentation: SIMADO GFXD1111S Features and Applications  Number of Slides: 49  Revised On: 1st March 2013  Version-Release Number: V1R2 For Further Information Please Contact: Email ID: Visit us at