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April 4, 2018 | Author: Saptarshi Chatterjee | Category: Telephone Exchange, Telecommunications, Manufactured Goods, Digital Technology, Digital & Social Media


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References of Paras/Sub Paras of the Main Technical DocumentULSB -MARK III TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION 'Appendix A' RFP SPECIFICATION Appendix 'A' OPERATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS AND FEATURES (UNIT LEVEL SWITCH BOARD (ULSB) MK III) PART I : DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT Proposed Service Employment 1 The ULSB MkIII would be utilised as a switch to provide switching capabilities for local as well as trunk ports which could be in analog or digital format. The switch must have the following capabilities. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) 2 (a) (i) (ii) (iii) (b) (I) (ii) (iii) (c) (I) 3 (a) (b) (c) (d) Functioning as a Local/Transit Switch. Function from a built-up environment or vehicle mounted and be carried as man pack equipment. Access switch for PCM based Communication Network. Compatible with the existing field switches. Control card will be provided in 1+1 Hot standby configuration. In-built redundancy will be provided for power supply unit card. Configuration. Exchange should support 124 port expandable to 184 ports. The exchange will support the following: Subscriber Stations. Analog Phones (DTMF). - 24 Magneto Phone Junctions. - 08 Digital Subscribers (BRI) - 08 Analog Trunk Ports. 2W Central Office (CO). - 08 E&M (2W/4W). - 08 LD. - 08 Digital Trunk Ports. E1 (Software configurable for CAS - 02 (expandable to 04) MFR 2, PRI and Q Sig ) ULSB MkIII to be developed against this RFP will have to be compatible with the following in service Exchanges Field Exchanges ULSB Mk II.Details are at Annexure II to this Appendix. Field Magneto Exchanges . Field Exchanges TIDEX Type A/B/C.Details provided at Annexure I to this Appendix. EPABXs. PART II - PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS 4 Weight and Dimensions. The equipment should be as light and compact as possible for easy carriage during day and night. Weight of equipment less accessories (for 124 port configuration) should not exceed 20 Kgs. Complete equipment less battery should be man portable. Batteries should be provided with carrying handles. Harness for FCBC and batteries will be provided. 5 Terrain and Climatic Conditions, ULSB Mk III must be capable of operating in all types of terrains and climatic conditions existing in the country, 6 Transportability. The equipment should be placed in a suitable case so that it can be transported over long distances by air, sea and Para dropped and short distances in harness. 7 Environmental Specifications. The ULSB MK III will meet all environmental specifications as per L2B table of the JSS 55555 less temperature range. (a) Operating Temperatue. : - 20° to +45°C. (b) Humidity : Not less than 95% at + 40°C + 2°C 8 Camouflage. ULSB MkIII must be coloured in the camouflage colours of the army to ensure proper camouflage and concealment. 9 Earthing. The exchange will be able to work on field type of earthing. Earthing spike alongwith other accessories will be provided to enable earthing of the equipment. 10 Ruggedisation. The equipment will be suitably customised for the tactical environment by ensuring the following:(a) Storage device must be suitably ruggedised. (b) Electrical connectors will be leak proof. (c) Equipment must sustain cross-country movers. The switch may be carried in vehicle / Man pack / Animal transport over rough terrain. (d) All connectors and MDF will be sufficiently hardened so as to sustain rough handling under field conditions. (e) Efficient thermal management. (f) Function in poor light conditions/darkness. (g) The modules and cards of the exchange should be secured to the slots so that there is no dislocation of the cards during move/transportation. It will facilitate fault detection. (c) Statistics on Faulty Cards. monitor/interupt ongoing calls and supervise a call on any trunk line. The inbuilt operator console shall facilitate working in dark/under poor light conditions. User friendly GUI will be provided. Modules will be stackable to meet any expansion reqirements. (g) BITE. 2 X USB Ports. 18 Reliability. trouble shooting. All insertion slots for subscriber ports should be universal type. Operator Console. (b) Per port occupation details separately for local & trunk. (a) (b) (c) (d) 16 Processor Intel Core Duo 1. The system should have the ability of retaining data for past 24 hours. (a) Trunk calls / trunk circuit access details with time and duration.Suitable hanger will be provided for hanging the headset and handset on the exchange. It should support a distance of at least 20 km on monomode OFC. Network Management 15 Network management port will be provided for local and remote management of the exchange. RAM 1 GB SDRAM (DDR2) or better. MTBF must be better than 5000 working hours with MTTR will be better than 30 minutes. (j) Optical Interface . The DC connectivity to the switch shall be on float charge. Ethernet Port and Printer Ports to be provided.References of Paras/Sub Paras of the Main Technical Document ULSB -MARK III TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION 'Appendix A' RFP SPECIFICATION PART III .OPERATIONAL PARAMETERS 11 The ULSB Mk III will incorporate the following Features:(a) Modular design. (k) Data Card. The switch must generate for viewing/printing traffic statistics pertaining to the usage of trunk and local ports and as and when desired. Must be capable of working on AC mains with a input range of 150 V to 300 V AC as well as DC (12/24/48 V. (d) Networking. 75 AH ) with automatic changeover. Must have a capability of conducting card level system Diagnostics through MMI (Power on Self Test. (b) Non Blocking. even when the switch is loaded to its maximum capacity. (h) Universal Slots. The switch should be a totally non-blocking. RS 232 Port. (c) Switching.66 GHz or better. The data could include the following and must be portable onto commonly used database software like Microsoft Excel or Access. It will be possible for the operator to establish new calls. Call Pick up. configuration and provisioning etc. One block would cater for n voice channels of 64 kbps while (30-n)x64 kbps would be mapped to one of the four ports of data card. Audio/visual alarm indicating arrival of calls/status message from the system will be provided. Must be capable of carrying out local as well as transit switching of all trunk circuits. Must provide support for networking on features of the Q-SIG protocol over the network. Three Way Conference. ULSB Mk-111 will provide a data card with following facilities:(i) The data card should have four ports with Ethernet terminations. Network Management terminal / MMI based on a ruggedised note book computer will be provided. EMI/EMC The equipment should conform to EMI/EMC specifications as per MIL STD 461 D and should be operable in envisaged Indian Military environment. Call Hold. Daily archiving the data onto a storage media must be possible. Automatic Call Back. 14 Loop Resistance. On-Line and Off-Line Diagnostics). The ruggedised note book computer should work in Indian field conditions and should comply to MIL STD 810F. 12 (a) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) 13 Features of ULSB Mk III Subscriber/Operator Features The following features will be supported:Caller ID. The subscriber cards must support a loop resistance of at least 1800 Ohms. Hard Disk 80 GB or better. The ULSB MK III will be capable of continuous working on 24 hour basis without overheating problems or breakdown. . (f) Power Management. (e) It shall be possible to use the exchange as a stand alone exchange or it should be possible to network these exchanges. Direct optical fibre termination will be provided on ULSB Mk-III for E1 terminations. CD ROM.Ruggedised Notebook should be offered with following configuration. Military type of Attendant Handset and Headset will be provided. Must be totally modular in design. (ii) It should be possible to bifurcate each E1 stream coming into ULSB Mk-III into two blocks of (n and 30n)x64 kbps. IP54 and MIL STD 461D. Call Transfer. 17 System and Traffic Statistics. (d) List of components. Over voltage. 22 Literature. PART IV . Current and voltage surges. Capacity 3 Can be configured to initial capacity of 40 subscriber. 24 Grid Trunks and 24 Universal Junction. The Main Distribution Frame (MDF) must be Military LTB type. The following requirements will be met: (a) It should be modular in construction so as to facilitate repairs in-situ by replacement of faulty modules (b) The repair philosophy envisages field afld Base level repairs by EME. (g) Dos and Don'ts for the operator. The equipment must have protection against the following:(a) (b) (c) (d) DC Reverse voltage. (b) Technical manual along with circuit diagram. 6 Grid trunks and 6 Universal junctions.Universal junction provides the following type of signalling :(a) (b) (c) 7 (a) (b) Loop Calling/dialling. (f) Complete station list. Annexure I (Ref para 3 of Appex A) CHARACTERISTICS : TIDEX 1 Dual microprocessor controlled TDM exchange. (e) Detailed drawing with all information for cataloguing and documentation. Annexure II ( Ref para 3 of Appex A ) CHARACTERISTICS : ULSB MK III . It must be provided with a safety cover that can be closed evenafter all the lines are terminated on it. AC Ringing E&M Signalling Switching Techniques:Adaptive Delta Modulation at 32 KB/S for speech digitisation Single stage memory multiplexer.References of Paras/Sub Paras of the Main Technical Document ULSB -MARK III TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION 'Appendix A' RFP SPECIFICATION 19 Main Distribution Frame. 2 Provides automatic switching for subscribers. The following publications conforming to JSS 0251-01 will be made available: (a) User Hand Book. (c) Complete Equipment Schedule. USER PROFILE 23 Personnel of all Arms and Services will man the ULSB Mk III 24 Adjustments/Calibration. 4 Provides a full availability switching Speech Path 5 Works on principle of Time Division switching. Time Division switch providing full-availability. Three types of line interface corresponding to three types of lines.OPERATION AND MAIN 21 Maintenance and Repair Philosophy. (e) Visual/aural alarm displaying/buzzing to indicate any critical failure must be provided. The Grid trunks have both way interface suitable for loop calling and dialling. Fuses and all built in safety devices to prevent any danger to the operating and repairing personnel or equipment. . (h) CBT(Computer Based Training) package for training. The subscriber lines interface with Field Telephone with dial attachment. (c) Digital service tones generation. Non blocking Switching. 20 Safety Features. Adjustments/Calibrations of any type should not be required. Suitable ruggedised connectors must be provided to connect the MDF to the exchange. The MDF must incorporate integrated protection modules for protection against lightning / electrical surges / standing voltages on each port. This can be expanded in similar steps upto 160 subscribers. (f) Short/Open circuit. which can be mounted on external body of a vehicle/frame. 6 Line Interface. Grid Trunks and Universal Junction. 15 Magneto/auto subscriber with facility to expanded capacity to 30. 2 3 4 5 Configuration. Analogue. Switching. Non blocking Switch Processor. Appendix B ( Refers to para 25 (b) of RFP ) TECHNICAL COMPLIANCE CHART FOR : UNIT LEVEL SWITCH BOARD (ULSB) MK III Noted & Complied .References of Paras/Sub Paras of the Main Technical Document ULSB -MARK III TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION 'Appendix A' RFP SPECIFICATION 1 Role: Design to provide termination of local telephone subscribers and junctions/trunk line at unit/sub unit level. Ser Type Type of In coming Out coming No Speech Signalling Signalling (a) (b) (c) Magneto Auto Ringing Junction Two wire -do-doAC Rjnging Loop Calling/ Dialling AC Ringing AC Ringing -doLoop Calling/ Dialling -do- (d) Loop junction -do- Loop Calling/ Dialling 6 Signalling on each line is field selectable by means of DIP switching and through software program. Intel 8088 micro processor. Line Interface.
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