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Dialogic® DISI16, DISI24, and
DISI32 Switching Boards
Dialogic® DISI16, DISI24, and DISI32 switching boards a...
Datasheet                                                                 Dialogic® DISI16, DISI24, and DISI32 Switching B...
Dialogic® DISI16, DISI24, and DISI32 Switching Boards                                                                     ...
Datasheet                                                                        Dialogic® DISI16, DISI24, and DISI32 Swit...
Dialogic® DISI16, DISI24, and DISI32 Switching Boards                                                                     ...
Datasheet                                                               Dialogic® DISI16, DISI24, and DISI32 Switching Boa...
Dialogic® DISI16, DISI24, and DISI32 Switching Boards                                                                     ...
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Dialogic DISI16, DISI24, and DISI32 Switching Boards Datasheet

  1. 1. Datasheet Dialogic® DISI16, DISI24, and DISI32 Switching Boards Dialogic® DISI16, DISI24, and DISI32 switching boards are next- generation building blocks for converged communications systems. These boards are single-slot PCI or PCI Express solutions that connect analog telephone devices directly to converged communications platforms to create affordable, small- to mid-size, server-based PBXs, telemarketing systems, and call centers. These products are highly reliable and cost effective, offering an optimized mix of analog station interfaces and resources on which to build highly scalable systems. DISI16, DISI24, and DISI32 are full-size, single-slot PCI or PCI Express boards, which are based on DM3 architecture. They provide connectivity for up to 16, 24, or 32 station interfaces and include conferencing, voice play/record, tone detection and generation, and Caller ID capabilities. DM3 architecture allows access to independent, high-performance, firmware-based network protocol and media processing resources that can be operated and integrated on compatible hardware platforms. Features Benefits Single-slot PCI solution Can connect up to 32 analog telephone devices directly to converged communications platforms Conferencing resources Supports up to 16 conferees in flexible configurations of 2 to 16 parties per conference Enhanced conferencing features Includes coach-pupil mode, volume controls, and active-talker identification Frequency shift keying (FSK) station signaling Enables Caller ID delivery and message-waiting-indicator control Off-hook FSK signaling Allows messaging implementations to Caller ID Type 2 devices, such as Caller ID or Call Waiting Separate models available with Universal PCI or PCI Express Universal form factor compatible with 3.3V and 5.0V bus edge connector signals enabling deployment in a wide variety of PCI chassis from popular manufacturers; PCI Express form factor compatible with 1x slots (x1 or higher compatible) also available Applications • Automatic call distributor (ACD) • Customer service • Server-based PBX • Help desks • Inbound and outbound telemarketing • Teleconferencing/conferencing bridge
  2. 2. Datasheet Dialogic® DISI16, DISI24, and DISI32 Switching Boards 32 Port Station CT Bus/H.100 Breakout Box (RJ11) SCSI DISI Board Cable Breakout Box LS Trunks, Network External Power T1, E1 Interface Board Supply Loop Current DI Board and Ring Voltage IP Board MOH Audio Source Analog Stations PC/Server Chassis (1-32) Figure 1. Integrated Station Interface Board Configuration Like other station interface boards from Dialogic, the The control processor is an ARM core-based ASIC. DISI16, DISI24, and DISI32 are designed as integrated (See Figure 2.) In addition to the core, the control solutions with media resources and station interfaces processor includes various on-chip peripherals, (such as available on one board. These boards can be combined timers, interrupt controllers, etc.), an on-chip zero wait with other network interface and resource hardware from state SRAM, an SDRAM controller, an onboard bus Dialogic to create a complete solution. controller, a PCI or PCI Express control unit that provides a seamless interface to a PCI or PCI Express I/F Configurations device, and a data mover that assists in moving data The DISI16, DISI24, and DISI32 can be connected to between the SDRAM, SRAM, and DSP memories, and other integrated, network interface, and resource boards the PCI or PCI Express I/F. from Dialogic via a CT Bus in scalable trunk and station Software executes on the control processor. Functionality switching configurations. The boards are also compatible includes initialization, configuration, inter-processor with IP boards from Dialogic, and can be used to enable communication, and switching. The primary (controlling) converged VoIP applications. Figure 1 shows a sample component for DM3 resources typically executes on the configuration. control processor, interacting with DSP sub-components to realize full resource functionality. Software Support Each board includes three (3) Motorola 563xx DSPs. The The DISI16R2, DISI24R2, and DISI32R2 are supported DSP subsystems include SRAM, and in some cases, by System Release (SR) software and software DRAM. The DSPs supply direct pulse code modulation development kits (SDKs) for Linux and Windows. See (PCM) connections to the CT Bus ASIC that provides http://www.dialogic.com/systemreleases for detailed PCM switching between the SCbus/CT Bus (H.100) and operating system support information. The software the PCM connections to the loop start and analog station packages contain a set of tools for developing complex, interfaces. multi-channel applications. The CT Bus ASIC (CT812) delivers full master/slave Functional Description H.100 capabilities as well as full SCbus master/slave The DISI16, DISI24, and DISI32 are based on the DM3 capabilities. The CT Bus ASIC is connected to the loop architecture, which provides a consistent set of system start and analog trunk interfaces via the CG7 ASIC, which provides gain control as well as A-law to µ-law services and interfaces. This allows other DM3-compati- conversion capabilities. ble resources, such as players, recorders, tone generators, signal detectors, conferencing, and call control, to execute The DISI16, DISI24, and DISI32 support 16, 24, and in this environment. 32 analog station interfaces respectively. Up to eight quad 2
  3. 3. Dialogic® DISI16, DISI24, and DISI32 Switching Boards Datasheet Daughter Board PWR Conn PCM Station Station Interfaces (8) I/F Station Interfaces (8) Conn Station Interfaces (8) QSLAC Ringing SLIC/ Station Line I/F DB Connector PWR Conn Station Interfaces (8) Control Procssor (ARM ASIC) SRAM ARM7 Data Station Core Mover PCI Express or I/F PCI Bus Conn QSLAC Ringing SLIC/ PCI PCI Station Line I/F Express or Control Unit PCI (PCU) Control I/F Bus Address/ ARM Support SDRAM On Chip Control Control Control ASIC Misc. Peripherals Unit Unit Cntrl. (SCU) (BCU) (ASA) Address/ X C PCM Control Data V SDRAM R (CP Local Memory, DSP#3 Host Shared RAM, DSP#2 Global Memory) Flash DSP#1 Bus I/F SRAM DRAM CT Bus CG7 DSP PCM ASIC ASIC H.100 - CT Bus Figure 2. Integrated Station Interface Board Block Diagram subscriber line audioprocessing circuits (QSLAC) loop-current detection. The SLIC also provides thermal connected to up to 32 ringing subscriber line interface shutdown protection. Power for the analog station loop circuits (SLIC) are used to interface to the analog station current (–24 VDC) and power for ringing (–70 VDC) is interface tip and ring pairs. The QSLACs provide the provided via a cable exiting from the board bracket. required analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conver- The ARM Support ASIC (ASA) contains miscellaneous sions. The SLIC provides support for many battery, over- control and connection logic that allows the various voltage, ringing, supervision, coder/decoder, hybrid, and subsystems to perform in a controlled and integrated test (BORSCHT) functions. It includes current limiting, manner.Technical Specifications on-hook audio path, tip and ring reversal/generation, and 3
  4. 4. Datasheet Dialogic® DISI16, DISI24, and DISI32 Switching Boards Technical Specifications DISI16, DISI24, and DISI32 Maximum boards/system 8 Analog station interfaces DISI16: 16 DISI24: 24 DISI32: 32 Fixed voice resources 16, 24, 32 Sharable conference resources 16 CLASS signaling Frequency shift keying (FSK) CT Bus loads per board 1 Maximum CT Bus loads per system 20 (See CT Bus specification for further details) Resource sharing bus CT Bus/H.100 Control microprocessor ARM7 TDMI Digital signal processors Three (3) Motorola 56311 DSPs @ 150 MHz, each with 150 MIPS minimum Form factor PCI PCI long card Form factor PCI Express PCI Express x1 lane configuration (or higher) 12.28 inch (31.2 cm) long 4.2 inch (10.67 cm) high Host Interface PCI Bus compatibility Complies with PCI-SIG Bus Specification, Rev. 2.2 Bus speed 33 MHz Bus mode 32- to 16-bit conversion in target mode Shared memory 128 KB page Interrupt level One IRQ shared by all DISI boards I/O ports None Power Requirements (from Host PCI Slot) DISI32 DISI24 DISI16 +5 VDC 3.5 A max. 3.1 A max. 2.7 A max. +12 VDC 5 mA max. 5 mA max. 5 mA max. –12 VDC 20 mA max. 20 mA max. 20 mA max. Host Interface — PCI Express Bus compatibility Complies with PCI-SIG PCI Express Base Specification, Rev. 1.1 Bus speed 2.5 Gbps maximum per direction Bus mode x1 lane configuration (x1 or higher compatible) Shared memory 32 KB to 64 KB page Interrupt level Message Signaled Interrupt (MSI) I/O ports None Power Requirements (from Host PCI Express Slot) DISI32 DISI24 DISI16 +3.3 VDC 1.4A 1.2 A 1.0 A +12 VDC 1.0A 0.9A 0.8 A 4
  5. 5. Dialogic® DISI16, DISI24, and DISI32 Switching Boards Datasheet Technical Specifications (cont.) Station Interface Signaling type Loop start originate Loop current range 25 ± 5 mA Open loop voltage 20.5 ± 1 VDC External power supply One required per board Ring frequency 20 Hz Ring amplitude 40 Vrms @ 20 Hz minimum into 4 REN 2-wire return loss 25 dB Connectors 68-pin SCSI to RJ-11 breakout box Maximum loop length 3500 ft (1050 m) using 24 AWG WARNING: This Dialogic analog station interface product is designed to support analog station equipment only within the walls of a single standalone building or structure (i.e., on-premise). It is not designed to sustain electrical overstress from external sources and factors such as severe weather conditions. Electrical overstress can be introduced on cables extending outside of the walls of a single standalone building or structure (i.e., off-premise) such as in a campus environment or other multi-building facility. Severe electrical overstress caused by misuse of this interface product with cables extending outside of the walls of a single standalone building or structure could cause property damage and/or personal injury and/or death. Such misuse voids the warranty for this interface product. Audio Input Interface Input impedance 1000 Ohms, AC coupled Maximum input level 600 mVpp Connector 1/8-in. (.31 cm) mini-phone jack Conferencing Conference resources 16 Conference size 2 to 16 conferees Number of conferences Up to 5 Features Automatic gain control Dynamic create/destroy Dynamic add/delete Echo cancellation Coach/pupil mode DTMF volume control Tone clamping Active talker notification Environmental — PCI and PCI Express Operating temperature +32ºF (0ºC) to +122ºF (+50ºC) Storage temperature –4ºF (–20ºC) to +158ºF (+70ºC) Humidity 8% to 80% non-condensing Cooling Conditions for Maximum Operating Temperatures +122ºF (+50°C) 1.8 CFM per board +104ºF (+40°C) 1.2 CFM per board +86ºF (+30°C) .9 CFM per board 5
  6. 6. Datasheet Dialogic® DISI16, DISI24, and DISI32 Switching Boards Technical Specifications (cont.) Approval and Compliance Hazardous substances RoHS Compliance Information at http://www.dialogic.com/rohs Safety and EMC Canada ICES-003 Class A CSA 950 ULc File E96804 Europe EN60950 EN55022 EN55024 Japan VCCI Class A US FCC Part 15 Class A UL 1950 UL File E96804 International IEC 950 CISPR 22 CISPR 24 Country-specific approvals See the global product approvals database at http://www.dialogic.com/declarations Warranty Warranty information at http://www.dialogic.com/warranties Telecom Approvals United States EBZUSA-43111-CE-T Canada IC:885 11531 X Order Information Select a product code to order. Product Code PCI PCI Express SISI16W x DISI24W x DISI32W x DISI16EW x DISI24EW x DISI32EW x MSI Global Power Module The MSI Global Power Module generates –24 and –70 volts to power the integrated station interface loop. One power module is required per board when station modules are used. The power module connects to a pre-wired power cable attached to the board. Connectors Input connector Standard North American AC input Output connector 6-pin female mini-DIN Internal fusing Not user replaceable Power Requirements Input voltage 90 VAC to 265 VAC, 47 Hz to 63 Hz Output voltage –24 VDC: 1.0 A –70 VDC: 300 mA Output ripple 100 mV (peak-to-peak main) Percent regulation ± 2.5% for –24 V ± 7.5% for –70 V 6
  7. 7. Dialogic® DISI16, DISI24, and DISI32 Switching Boards Datasheet Technical Specifications (cont.) Operating temperature +32ºF (0ºC) to +122ºF (+50ºC) Dimensions Length: 6.5 in. (16.25 cm) Width: 3.75 in. (9.375 cm) Height: 2.17 in. (2.425 cm) Country-specific approvals See the global product approvals database at http://www.dialogic.com/declarations Warranty Warranty information at http://www.dialogic.com/warranties Safety Certifications UL: 1950 3rd edition File No: E148586 TUV: EN60950 File No: B970624072005 CE: CUL (CSA 950) File No: E160908 DENAN: PS-E MEL 080801-NC 4339 DISI Breakout Box and Cable The DISI16, DISI24, and DISI32 use a 68-pin SCSI connector to provide physical analog station interfaces. The DISI Breakout Box includes a 68-pin SCSI cable to connect the DISI boards to a 32-port RJ-11 patch panel. DISI Telephony Adaptor Cable The DISI16, DISI24, and DISI32 use a 68-pin SCSI connector to provide physical analog station interfaces. The DISI telephony adaptor cable is a 12” (30.5 cm) cable with a 68-pin SCSI connector to attach to the DISI boards at one end and two RJ-21X male amphenol-style connectors at the other end, carrying 16 stations each. Accessories Product Code Description MSI Global Power Module MSISCGBLPWRMOD External station power supply; supports up to 32 stations; supports one board DISI Breakout Box DISIBOBKIT 68-pin SCSI connector from DISI board breakouts to (32) RJ-11 jacks; 68-pin cable included DISI Telephony Adaptor Cable CBLTAC0X32 68-pin SCSI connector to (2) RJ-21X male amphenol-style connectors, 12” (30.5 cm) total length System Hardware Requirements Pentium processor based bus or compatible computer (PCI or PCI Express). Operating system hardware require- ments vary according to the number of channels being used. 7
  8. 8. To learn more, visit our site on the World Wide Web at http://www.dialogic.com Contact Information Dialogic Corporation 9800 Cavendish Blvd., 5th floor Montreal, Quebec CANADA H4M 2V9 INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROVIDED IN CONNECTION WITH PRODUCTS OF DIALOGIC CORPORATION (“DIALOGIC”). NO LICENSE, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, BY ESTOPPEL OR OTHERWISE, TO ANY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IS GRANTED BY THIS DOCUMENT. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED IN A SIGNED AGREEMENT BETWEEN YOU AND DIALOGIC, DIALOGIC ASSUMES NO LIABILITY WHATSOEVER, AND DIALOGIC DISCLAIMS ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WAR- RANTY, RELATING TO SALE AND/OR USE OF DIALOGIC® PRODUCTS INCLUDING LIABILITY OR WARRANTIES RELATING TO FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PUR- POSE, MERCHANTABILITY, OR INFRINGEMENT OF ANY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHT OF A THIRD PARTY. Dialogic products are not intended for use in medical, life saving, life sustaining, critical control or safety systems, or in nuclear facility applications. Dialogic may make changes to specifications, product descriptions, and plans at any time, without notice. Dialogic is a registered trademark of Dialogic. Dialogic’s trademarks may be used publicly only with permission from Dialogic. Such permission may only be granted by Dialogic’s legal department at 9800 Cavendish Blvd., 5th Floor, Montreal, Quebec, Canada H4M 2V9. Any authorized use of Dialogic’s trademarks will be subject to full respect of the trademark guidelines published by Dialogic from time to time and any use of Dialogic’s trademarks requires proper acknowledgement. The names of actual companies and products mentioned herein are the trademarks of their respective owners. Dialogic encourages all users of its products to procure all necessary intellectual property licenses required to implement their concepts or applications, which licenses may vary from country to country. None of the information provided in this datasheet other than what is listed under the section entitled Technical Specifications forms part of the specifications of the product and any benefits specified are not guaranteed. Copyright © 2007 Dialogic Corporation All rights reserved. 05/07 8492-09 www.dialogic.com

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