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7. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING.. 7-1
7.1 General Checking and Maintenance... 7-1 7.2 Diagnostics.... 7-2 7.2.1 Self test at power on... 7-2 7.2.2 Testing the communication unit through the keyboard, displaying program version no.... 7-2 7.3 Performance Verification (PV) Test... 7-4 7.3.1 PV test sequence.... 7-4 7.3.2 PV test procedure.... 7-5 7.3.3 Results of PV test.... 7-6 7.4 System Status Monitor.... 7-7 7.5 Replacing the Fuse.... 7-8 7.6 Error Messages.... 7-9 7.6.1 Equipment trouble messages... 7-9 7.6.2 Warning messages... 7-10
Menu Tree....AP-1 International Telex/Telephone Country Code List...AP-8 LES List....AP-15 International Telex Abbreviations...AP-16 International Telegraphy Alphabet....AP-17 Messages.....AP-18 Parts List....AP-21 Parts Location....AP-22
SPECIFICATIONS... SP-1 INDEX.... IN-1
FURUNO Electric Company thanks you for considering and purchasing the FELCOM 16 Inmarsat Mini-C Mobile Earth Station. We are confident you will discover why the FURUNO name has become synonymous with quality and reliability. The FELCOM 16 mainly consists of a communication unit and an antenna unit. Connected to a PC (local supply), the FELCOM 16 provides a wide range of communication services, such as e-mail and telex, for mobile and fixed terrestrial subscribers in the Inmarsat C communication network. Its compact size permits installation where space is limited. FURUNO designs and manufactures this equipment with much attention to operation and maintenance simplicity. However, please read and follow the recommended procedures for operation and maintenance to get the most out of the equipment. This manual provides a brief introduction to the Inmarsat C system (pages x thru xv). For more detailed information, refer to the information below. Inmarsat C Maritime Customer Relations Officer Maritime Services Operations Department International Maritime Satellite Organization (Inmarsat) Address: Telephone: Fax: URL: E-mail 99 City Road, London, EC1Y 1AX, UK +(Switchboard) +www.inmarsat.com firstname.lastname@example.org
E-mail facility. (To transmit E-mail, register with an LES provider which provides e-mail services. E-mail charges are calculated separately.) Built-in Enhanced Group Call (EGC) receiver. May be set to operate as EGC-only receiver. Store-and-forward telex communication (public telex network) Data reporting and Polling Diagnostic programs for maintenance Menu driven operation VMS (Vessel Monitoring System) applicable
INMARSAT C SYSTEM
Inmarsat C System Configuration
Same as left Satellite Same as left Same as left
0.0 m -/+: To set option -/+: To set option 0.0 m -/+: To set option 0.0 m
AOR-West OCC: Operation Control Center SCC: Satellite Control Center NCS: Network Coordination Station MES: Mobile Earth Station LES: Land Earth Station
Inmarsat C system configuration
The Inmarsat C system consists of the Operation Control Center (OCC), Satellite Control Centers (SCC), Network Coordination Stations (NCS), Land Earth Stations (LES) and Mobile Earth Stations (MES). The OCC, located at Inmarsats London headquarters, coordinates a wide range of activities in the Inmarsat system, including commissioning of mobile earth stations. The Inmarsat C system divides the world into four regions and each region is covered by its own satellite. Inmarsat system satellites
Region AOR-West AOR-East IOR POR Satellite Inmarsat 3, F4 Inmarsat 3, F2 Inmarsat 3, F1 Inmarsat 3, F3 Satellite Position 54.0W 15.5W 64.0E 178.0E
In each region there is one NCS and several LESs. The NCS keeps track of all Inmarsat C transceivers in its region and broadcasts information such as navigational warnings, weather reports and news. The LESs provide the link between the MES and the terrestrial telecommunications networks via satellite.
Coverage area of Inmarsat satellites
AREA POR IOR AOR-EAST AOR-WEST
SATELLITE NAME INMARSAT-3, F3 INMARSAT-3, F1 INMARSAT-3, F2 INMARSAT-3, F4
POSITION 178E 64.0E 15.5W 54.0W
The illustration below shows the Inmarsat C communications network.
Network Coordination Station (NCS) NCS/LES Signaling Link NCS/NCS Signaling Link
NCS Common Channel Mobile Earth Station (MES)
Data Communications Network
MES Signaling Channel Land Earth Station (LES) Data Circuit Terminating Equipment (DCE)
Data Terminal Equipment (DTE)
Telex Network Terrestrial Communications Network
MES Message Channel LES TDM Channel
Enhanced Group Calling (EGC) Receiver
Inmarsat C communications network NCS common channel The NCS has two major functions: 1) Transmitting information on a common channel. 2) Transmitting EGC messages to MESs. This is the link between NCS and all LESs in its region. All EGC messages pass through this link. This channel carries the circuit control signal for MES and transmits messages from LES to MES. This channel carries messages from MES to LES. This channel transmits requests, data reports, etc. In addition, it carries login and logout from MES to NCS. This is the link between NCSs. It exchanges data between MESs operating in different ocean regions. The MES consists of the Data Circuit Terminating Equipment (DCE) and the Data Terminal Equipment (DTE). The DCE consists of the antenna unit, and the DTE consists of the communications unit and terminal unit (PC). The major functions of the LESs are: 1) Telex store-and-forward conversion 2) Handling EGC messages 3) Data Reporting and Polling 4) Distress message processing
NCS/LES signaling link LES TDM channel MES message channel MES signaling channel
NCS/NCS signaling link MES interface
Terrestrial network interface
Types of MES
There are three types of MES: class 1, class 2 and class 3. This FELCOM 16 is a class 2 MES. Class 1: Class 2: 1) Transmits messages to LES 2) Receives messages from LES 1) The functions of class 1 plus operation as an EGC receiver when not transmitting or receiving. 2) EGC-only receiver The function of class 1 plus simultaneous operation as an EGC-only receiver.
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This equipment can function as a marine communications terminal for the LRIT (Long-Range Identification and Tracking) system, as prescribed by the IMO regulation MSC.202(81). The LRIT uses the FELCOM's Data Report/Polling feature for LRIT position reporting. The LRIT system is fully automatic, thus no operation is required of the user. However, follow the guidelines shown below to use this equipment as an LRIT device. The data listed below is sent by the FELCOM when it receives a command from the LRIT data center.
ID number of this equipment Position of your ship
Time of position The FELCOM sends data at intervals between 15 minutes and 6 hours.
The FELCOM automatically receives commands (related to time of position reporting, transmission interval) from the LRIT data center. To receive the commands at all times, keep the equipment powered and logged in.
Satellite System Coast Station
Country A LRIT DATA CENTER Country B Country C
Notes on the LRIT system
Power the equipment and keep it logged in at all times except for special occasions such as when the ship is dry-docked for repairs. Position information is automatically sent at fixed intervals, thus no operation is required. However, keep the equipment in a ready state to received commands from the LRIT data center. Combined use for routine messages, distress messages and SSAS (Ship Security Alert System) is possible. The source of position data for this equipment is its internal GPS receiver thus no external receiver is necessary. This equipment must be powered in the following manner. - Conn the equipment to both main and emergency power sources (via AC-DC power unit PR-240). If an error message appears, take the necessary measures to restore normal operation as soon as possible. Shown below are representative alarms. - WARNING: External NAV equipment failure. Position data is not correctly input from the external GNSS equipment. Check the GNSS equipment and the wiring between it and the FELCOM. - WARNING: Internal GPS UNIT failure. Position data is not correctly input from the internal GPS receiver. If this alarm occurs frequently, have the set checked. - WARNING: Synchronization loss. Please check the current Ocean Region. - WARNING: BBER over 80%. Scanning NCS start manually. Problem with receiving the Inmarsat-C signal. Check if the current sea area is suitable for your position. If it is not, change the sea area. If the area is suitable and the alarm continues, check the antenna and antenna cable. Request service if the problem persists.
TEST-DISTRESS ALERT WAITING FOR ACTIVATION WAITING FOR TEST RESULT CLEARING PV TEST is Completed. PV TEST Failure.
Sending test distress alert to LES Waiting start of PV test Waiting for results of PV test Clearing PV test PV test is completed. PV test failed.
(3b) RF CON board program version number DCE F16 Ver. XX (XX = Version Number) (4) Frame synchronization Blank SYNC (NCS) SYNC (LES) MES Sig. Ch MES Msg. Ch UNSYNC Retuning Changing channel, or during transmission Synchronizing with NCS Synchronizing with LES Transferring to MES signaling channel Transferring to MES message channel Out of synchronization Synchronizing with NCS or LES
(5) Ocean region receiving No display AOR-W AOR-E IOR POR (6) Logging status LOGOUT LOGIN LOGIN (Flashing) Logged out with ocean region Logged in with ocean region Logging in with ocean region Out of synch with satellite Atlantic Ocean Region-West Atlantic Ocean Region-East Indian Ocean Region Pacific Ocean Region
(7) Other information No display No receive message in memory, or printer is operating. REC. MESSAGE EXISTS Displayed when a routine message has (Reverse video) not been printed, or a confidential message is received. Data Report When data reporting is activated. (Reverse video) Message Report Message report setting is activated. (Reverse video) (8) Date and time Date and time, received from the GPS navigator, are displayed. Manually input date and time are also displayed. (9) Ships position Ships position, received from the GPS navigator, is displayed in latitude and longitude and updated every 30 seconds, or manually input position is displayed.
Operation of the FELCOM 16 is carried out through a menu system which you access with the function keys at the top of the screen. The example below shows how to choose menu options from the Editor Setup menu. 1. Press the [F8] key to display the Setup menu.
File Edit Transmit
1. System Setup 2. Editor Setup 3. Terminal Setup 4. EGC Setup 5. Auto Mode Setup 6. E-Mail Setup 7. Directories 8. Configuration
Setup menu 2. Choose desired menu by pressing appropriate numeric key. For example, press the  key to show the Editor Setup menu. Note: You may also choose a menu by pressing the  or  key to choose it and then pressing the [Enter] key.
Setup Editor Setup 2. Text Mode System Setup Ascii Insert 3. Edit Mode Editor Setup 4. Word Wrap Terminal Setup ON ON 5. Line No. EGC Setup 4 6. Tab Width Setup Char Auto Mode 7. Column Setup 69 E-Mail Width Block 8. Cursor Type Directories 9. Scroll Configuration Full Screen
Editor setup menu 3. Choose desired menu item by pressing the  or  keys followed by the [Enter] key. A window displaying the options for the item selected or a alphanumeric data entry window appears depending on your selection. For example, choose Word Wrap.
Word wrap options window
3. Press the  or  key to choose option desired and press the [Enter] key. 4. Press the [Esc] key. Note 1: On some menus the update window appears after you press the [Esc] key. This is done to ask you to confirm settings. Yes is selected in the Update window; press the [Enter] key to register settings, or press  to choose No and press the [Enter] key to escape.
Update Yes No
Note 2: The following functions are not available: Keying Sequence F3-1 F8-1 Item Selection of Priority on Transmit Message NAV PORT, MESSAGE OUTPUT PORT, ACTIVE PORT, EGC OUTPUT PORT, NETWORK SETUP on System Setup menu Waypoint on EGC Setup
Error Messages and Alerts
The terminal unit displays error messages and alerts to call your attention to misoperation, failed operation and system error. A list of error messages appears in Chapter 7 and alerts in the Appendix. To erase an error message or alert, press the [Esc] key.
File Edit Transmit Log 1. Send Message Log 2. Receive Message Log EGC Reports Logs Options Setup Position StopAlarm
Send Message Log No. Message File Station
Priority Send Status
<Press ESC key to continue>
Location of error messages and alerts
Choosing a Printer
Choose the printer to use as follows: 1. Press the [F1] key to display the File menu.
File 1. New 2. Open 3. Close 4. Save ALT-N ALT-O ALT-Q ALT-S
5. Delete ALT-D 6. Rename 7. Print ALT-P
8. Print Setting 9. MIME (Decode)
File menu 2. Press the  key to choose 8. Print Setting.
Print Setting Please select Printer and press Enter key. No Printer Windows Printer PP-510
3. Press the  or  key to choose appropriate printer. No Printer: Choose this item if no printer is connected. Windows Printer: Choose if a PC-use printer is connected. PP-510: Choose if PP-510 is connected. 4. Press the [Esc] key to finish.
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This chapter provides the information necessary for initializing the FELCOM 16. Once the equipment is initialized, you need do no more than press a few keys to transmit and receive. Inmarsat assigns an MES an Inmarsat Mobile Number (IMN) when it applies for Inmarsat registration and it is entered during the installation of the MES. The IMN is necessary to communicate in the Inmarsat system.
7. Press the [Enter] key to open the navarea entry window.
Setup EGC Setup Receive EGC Area Additional Position Navarea Fixed Area Waypoint (from NAV Equipment) : :
EGC setup menu, Navarea entry window 8. Enter additional Navarea(s) (I-XVI, up to nine) in two digits, referring to the illustration below for code number.
Navareas 9. Press the [Enter] key to close the navarea entry window. Note: Fixed Area is where you enter fixed areas (max. 3) for chart correction service. However, this service is not yet available; enter no data.
10. Press the  key to choose Station Code. 11. Press the [Enter] key to open the station code entry window.
EGC setup menu, station code entry window 12. Enter the navtex station code (A-Z) of the navarea, in upper case alphabet. For details about navtex stations, consult the operators manual of the navtex receiver. 13. Press the [Enter] key to close the station code entry window. 14. Choose message type to receive: a) Press the  or  key to choose message type. b) Press the [Enter] key. c) Press the  or  key to choose ON or OFF as appropriate. d) Repeat a) thru c) to set other message types. e) Press the [Enter] key. Note: Navtex messages Coastal navigational information, Meteorological warning and Search and rescue alert (they do not appear on the EGC Setup menu) must always be received. 15. Press the [Esc] key to open the update window.
NAVTEX Station Code Type of Message (Can't reject other report) Ice reports OFF OMEGA messages OFF Meteo. forecasts OFF SATNAV messages Update OFF Pilot service OFF Other navaid msg OFF DECCA messages OFF QRU (no message) Yes OFF No LORAN messages OFF
EGC setup menu, update window 16. Yes is selected; press the [Enter] key to update EGC settings. 17. Press the [Esc] key to return to the standby display.
Adding EGC channels
The EGC Channel List stores EGC channels. There are currently four EGC channels, one for each satellite. These four channels are pre-programmed into the unit and marked in the EGC Channel List with asterisks. When more EGC channels become available you can add them to the list as below. 1. Press the [F8] key to display the Setup menu. 2. Press the  key to display the Configuration menu. 3. Press the  key to display the EGC Channel List.
Setup Configuration EGC Channel List ENTER: Set ESC: Quit
11080* 12580* 10840* 11088*
EGC channel list 4. Using the arrow keys, place the cursor where there is no data entered. Current EGC channels are marked with an asterisk. These channels cannot be changed.
5. Press the [Enter] key to open the EGC channel list entry screen.
EGC channel list entry screen 6. Enter EGC channel frequency code. The EGC channel frequency code range is 6000-14000. 7. Press the [Enter] key to close the text window. 8. Press the [Esc] key to open the update window.
Editing the LES list
Press the [F8],  and  keys to shown the LES list. Use the arrow keys to choose the LES you want to edit. Press the [Enter] key. Do the following: Change station name: Press the  or  key to choose Name and then press the [Enter] key. Press the [Backspace] key to erase name and then enter new name. Press the [Enter] key. Delete station: Press the  or  key to choose Name and then press the [Enter] key. Press the [Backspace] key to erase name and then press the [Enter] key. 5. Press the [Esc] key to quit. 6. Press the [Esc] key three times to return to the standby display. 1. 2. 3. 4.
Printing the LES list
1. Press [F8],  and  to display the LES list. 2. To print the LES list, press the [P] key while pressing the [Ctrl] key.
LES List ( Printed at 02-02-25 02:33 ) +++++ AOR (WEST) ++++ No. Name 01 Telenor S.S.Inc 02 Stratos M.N. 03 KDDI 04 Telenor S.S.AS 12 Xantic (NED) 21 France Telecom 22 Xantic (AUS)
LES ID 022
Remarks USA CANADA JAPAN NORWAY NETHERLANDS FRANCE AUSTRALIA
+++++ AOR (EAST) +++++ LES ID No. Name Telenor S.S.Inc
Sample LES list printout 3. To return to the standby display, press the [Esc] key three times.
Adding stations to the station list
The FELCOM 16 provides an address book for storing 64 station IDs. Enter station IDs as below. 1. Press the [F8] key to display the Setup menu. 2. Press the  key to display the Configuration menu. 3. Press the  key to display the Station List.
Group Station Name abc xyz Seagull
Code ID / Address
E-Mail abc@ furuno.co.jp E-Mail xyz@ furuno.co.jp TELEX 584 463609999
Page Up, Page Down: Move Ctrl+P: Print Sort (Ctrl+G: Group, Ctrl+N: Station Name, Ctrl+T: Type)
Sample station list 4. Operate the  key to place the cursor on a blank line. 5. Press the [Enter] key.
Station Group Station Name Destination Type Prefix Code Country Code Station ID Modem Type Address Remarks
Erase the Name to delete this station.
Station list items 6. Press the [Enter] key to open the station group entry window. 7. Enter station group name, using up to five characters. 8. Press the [Enter] key to close the window. 9. Press the  key to choose Station Name. 10. Press the [Enter] key to open the station name entry window. 11. Enter station name, using up to 15 characters. 12. Press the [Enter] key to close the window. 13. Press the  key to choose Destination Type. 14. Press the [Enter] key to open the destination type window.
TELEX FAX E-Mail SMS PSDN X400 DNID SPEC TELEX (Prefixed) FAX (Prefixed) PSDN (Prefixed) X400 (Prefixed) DNID (Prefixed) SPEC (Prefixed)
Destination (communication) type options
Telex communication Facsimile service E-mail (electronic mail) Service Short Message Service Packet Switched Data Network - to an office computer via a data network using X.25 standard. X400: For future use DNID: Data Network ID. See page 5-12. SPEC: Ship-to shore requests for safety service, accessed by using special code numbers 15. Press the  or  key to choose destination type desired. 16. Press the [Enter] key to close the window. Follow appropriate procedure on the next several pages. TELEX: FAX: E-Mail: SMS: PSDN:
Procedure for Telex 1. Press the  key to choose Country Code. 2. Press the [Enter] key. 3. For ship-to-shore telex, enter international telex country code; ship-to-ship telex, enter ocean region. A list of international telex country codes appears in the Appendix. Ocean Region AOR-East: 581 POR: 582 IOR: 583 AOR-West: 584 4. Press the [Enter] key. 5. Press the  key to choose Station ID. 6. Press the [Enter] key to open the station ID entry window. 7. Enter telex subscriber number (for ship-to-shore) or MES Inmarsat Mobile Number (for ship-to-ship). Up to 15 characters, including space, can be entered. 8. Press the [Enter] key to close the window. 9. Press the  key to choose Remarks. 10. Press [Enter] to open the remarks entry window. 11. Enter remarks, using up to 20 characters.
12. Press the [Enter] key to close the window. 13. Press the [Esc] key to return to the station list. 14. To enter another Telex station repeat the procedure from step 4 on page 2-24. 15. Press the [Esc] key three times to return to the standby display. Procedure for FAX 1. Press the  key to choose Country Code. 2. Press the [Enter] key to open the country code entry window. 3. Enter international telephone code of subscriber. See the Appendix for list of telephone codes. 4. Press the [Enter] key to close the window. 5. Press the  key to Station ID. 6. Press the [Enter] key to open the station ID entry window. 7. Enter fax number. 8. Press the [Enter] key to close the window. 9. Press the  key to choose Modem Type. 10. Press the [Enter] key to open the modem type options window.
Modem Type T30 V21 V22 V22B V23 V26B V26T V27T V32 Other FAX V.21 V.22 V.22bis V.23 V.26bis V.26ter V.27ter V.32 300bps Duplex 1200bps Duplex 2400bps Duplex 600/1200bps 2400/1200bps 2400bps Duplex 4800/2400bps 9600bps Duplex
Modem type options window 11. Press the  or  key to choose mode type of subscriber. For a landline fax or a fax-equipped Inmarsat B MES, choose T30 FAX. 12. Press the [Enter] key to close the window. 13. Press the  to choose Remarks. 14. Press the [Enter] key. 15. Enter remarks, using up to 20 characters. 16. Press the [Enter] key to close the window. 17. Press the [Esc] key to return to the station list. 18. To enter another Fax station repeat the procedure from step 4 on page 2-24. 19. Press the [Esc] key three times to return to the standby display.
< UNTITLED1> 0001 THE FURUNO FELCOM INMARSAT STANDARD C MOBILE EARTH STATION, A 0002 SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS UNIT PACKAGE FOR VIRTUALLY EVERY VESSEL. 0003 UNIT
TELEX 137 Char. [ Line 3/ 3 Col. 5] [Insert ]
Text pasted at cursor location
Insert (with Citation) When you reply to a received message, you can insert the received message. > is placed at the head of the received message to distinguish it from your message. Select All Chooses the entire current file for cut and copy. Search and Replace Searching text The Search feature lets you search for text in a forward or backward direction. 1. At the Edit menu, press the  key to choose 6 Search or Replace.
Search or Replace 1. Search Alt-F 2. Replace Alt-R
Search and replace menu 2. Press the  key to choose 1. Search.
Search Search Word Direction Forward
Search window 3. Search Word is selected; press the [Enter] key to show the search word entry window. 4. Type the word to find and press the [Enter] key. 5. Press the  key to choose Direction and press the [Enter] key.
Search Search Word Forward Direction Back
Direction window 6. Press the  or  key to choose direction to search from the cursor location; Forward or Back and press the [Enter] key. 7. Press the [Esc] key.
Search Start? Yes No
Search start window
8. Yes is selected; press the [Enter] key. When the unit finds the word, the cursor stops at the first character of the word. If the string could not be found, the message Not Found (To Quit: ESC) appears. Press the [Esc] key to quit. 9. To continue the search, press the [Enter] key. Replacing text The Replace feature helps you replace every occurrence of a word or phase with another word or phase in a file. 1. At the Edit menu, press the  key to choose 6 Search or Replace.
Search and replace menu 2. Press the  key to choose 2. Replace.
Replace Search Word Replace Word Direction Forward Query or ALL Query
3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
Replace menu Search Word is selected; press the [Enter] key to open the search word entry window. Enter search word and then press the [Enter] key. Press the  key to choose Replace Word and press the [Enter] key. Enter replace word and then press the [Enter] key. Press the  key to choose Direction and then press the [Enter] key.
Search Word Replace Word Direction Query or ALL Replace ABC 123 Forward Forward Query Back
Replace menu, direction menu 8. Press the  or  key to choose direction to search from the cursor location and press the [Enter] key. 9. Press the  key to choose Query or All and then press the [Enter] key.
Replace Search Word ABC Replace Word 123 Direction Query or ALL Query Query
Decode window 4. Press the  or  key to choose the file you want to decode. 5. Press the [Enter] key.
File chosen at step 4
MIME Decode Checking 'E0970715.001'. Decode 'ABC.ini'? Decode Yes No
Decode window 6. Yes is selected; press the [Enter] key to decode the file.
7. To change file name, press the [Backspace] key to erase the file name, new file name and then press the [Enter] key. After decoding the file the screen looks something like the one shown below.
MIME Decode Checking 'E0970715.001'. Decode 'ABC.ini'? Now decoding. Complete. Decoded 1 file (s). Press any key to escape.
MIME decode screen 8. Press the [Esc] key twice to return to the standby display. 9. Press the [F1] and  keys in that order. 10. Press the  or  key to choose the file selected at step 7 and then press the [Enter] key.
INMARSAT C COMMUNICATIONS
This chapter explains how to transmit and receive. Before conducting any communications, be sure to login with the NCS in your area, following the instructions in paragraph 2.3.1. To transmit e-mail, you may need to register for e-mail services with an LES which provides such services. Further it is necessary to register with an LES which provides e-mail services in order to send e-mail from a land subscriber to the FELCOM 16. For further details contact an LES.
To transmit a message, create the message, attach the address of the recipient and then send it to the LES. The address of the recipient in the Inmarsat C system is his telex number, for transmission via landline, or MES Inmarsat Mobile Number (IMN), when transmitting to a ship. The message can be one youve just prepared or one stored on the hard disk. (Messages cannot be transmitted by direct keyboard input.)
Code can be specified at the terminal unit according to data type. IA5: International alphabet No. 5, ASCII code (7 bit). Specify this code to transmit English containing lower case alphabet. ITA2: No. 2 international communications alphabet (5 bit). Specify this code for message which contains only No. 2 international communications alphabet (see A-11). ITA2 code is transmitted faster than IA5 code. Land-based telex equipment uses ITA2. The LES converts all codes into ITA2. Code which cannot be converted is shown with the question mark (?). DATA: Data (8 bit). Use this code to transmit data.
4. INMARSAT C COMMUNICATIONS
Message, subscriber, destination type and code
Message Subscriber Inmarsat C MES English Telex Fax E-mail Inmarsat C MES Russian Fax E-mail Inmarsat C MES Japanese Telex Fax E-mail Data Inmarsat C. MES Land Network Destination Type Telex Telex PSTN E-mail PSDN Not available E-mail PSDN Not available Not available E-mail PSDN PSDN DATA DATA DATA Attachment file DATA DATA Code IA5 ITA2 IA5 IA5 DATA Modem type T30 FAX Remarks
Transmit message screen 29. Press the [Enter] key to send the message to the message queue. (To escape, choose No and press the [Enter] key.) The message Message is entered in sending Queue. Press any key. appears. Note 1: If some data has not been entered, the message Input Error: xx. (xx: error content) appears. Note 2: When you send a message which contains more than 32 KB of data, the message Message file is too large (but sent only with 32 KB). appears. The message is sent with only 32KB of data.
Note 3: Messages sent to the message queue may contain up to 32 KB of data. If data is larger than 32 KB, the message Cannot enter this message to sending Queue. Press any key. appears. 30. Press the [Esc] key twice to return to the standby display. The message(s) will be transmitted according to the Send Delay setting. Current State: SENDING appears at the bottom of the screen while the message is being transmitted. If the message was transmitted successfully, Successful Sending message appears and the TX message is printed (if Confirmation is ON).
Sent Message DELIVERY CONFIRMATION OFF Message File LES Priority Destination : 00FOX.TXT Message Size : 277 characters : Stratos M.N. Date : 02-03-10 : Normal Time : 06:06 (UTC) : TELEX (Prefixed) 00111222222222222222 (IA5) 00111333333333333333 00111444444444444444
Display log printout example (Confirmation OFF) When Confirmation is ON and you receive a delivery status message, the message Delivery Status received for (file name). appears and the delivery status message is printed.
Sent Message DELIVERY CONFIRMED Message File LES Priority Destination : 00FOX.TXT Message Size : 277 characters : Stratos M.N. Date : 02-03-10 : Normal Time : 06:06 (UTC) : TELEX (Prefixed) 00111222222222222222 (IA5)
Display log printout example (Confirmation ON, delivery confirmed)
Sent Message but not delivered DELIVERY FAILURE : xxx Message File LES Priority Destination : 00FOX.TXT Message Size : 277 characters : Stratos M.N. Date : 02-03-10 : Normal Time : 06:06 (UTC) : TELEX (Prefixed) 00111222222222222222 (IA5)
Display log printout example (Confirmation ON, delivery failed)
Sent Message but not delivered DELIVERY STATUS NOT RECEIVED (In case of timeout) Message File LES Priority Destination : 00FOX.TXT Message Size : 277 characters : Stratos M.N. Date : 02-03-10 : Normal Time : 06:06 (UTC) : TELEX (Prefixed) 00111222222222222222 (IA5)
Display log printout example (Confirmation ON, delivery status not received)
TRANSMIT MESSAGE STATUS
The terminal unit displays transmit message status as follows: Message Send failed. This appears if the message could not be transmitted because of technical reasons such as satellite malfunction, signal degradation, or no reply from LES. Try to transmit the message again. Message Send rejected. This appears when the LES rejects the message because of non-technical reasons such as unpaid subscriber's fee. Message Send pending.This appears when the circuits at the LES are busy. Your message will be transmitted when a circuit becomes clear.
Transmitting a message to a station not registered on station list 1. Prepare message on the screen. For e-mail or SMS, set Text Mode in the Editor Setup menu to Ascii. See paragraph 3.2.3. For e-mail attachment, prepare the attachment and save it to the hard disk. SMS messages over 160 characters in length are sent in parts. 2. Press the [F3] key to display the Transmit menu. 3. Press the  key to show the Transmit Message menu.
Transmit message menu
4. Press the  key twice to choose the Destination Type. 5. Press the [Enter] key to open the destination type options window.
Transmit < UNTITLED1>
Transmit Message 1. Transmit Message 2.Priority Cancel Normal 3.Message File Request Delivery Status Message now being edited Size 24 Station Name Cost ********.**(US$) Destination Type TELEX TELEX Prefix Code FAX Country/Ocean Code E-Mail Station ID CSDN PSDN Modem Type X400 Address ----*---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------< DNID Subject [Insert ] 25 Char. SPEC [ Line 2/ 2 Col. 1 ] Attach File TELEX (Prefixed) LES ID FAX (Prefixed) Option PSDN (Prefixed) Confirmation X400 (Prefixed) Send Delay DNID (Prefixed) Delivery Delay SPEC (Prefixed) Code IA5 [ TRANSMIT ]
Transmit message menu, destination type options window 6. Press the  or  key to choose Destination Type among TELEX, FAX or E-mail as appropriate. 7. Press the [Enter] key to close the window. 8. Continue the procedure according to destination type: TELEX: See procedure next page FAX: See procedure on page 4-12 E-mail: See procedure on page 4-13 SMS: See procedure on page 4-14
Communication type: TELEX 1. Press the  key to choose Country/Ocean Code. 2. Press the [Enter] key to open the country/ocean code entry window.
Transmit 1. Transmit Message 2.Priority Cancel Normal 3.Message File Request Delivery Status Message now being edited Size 24 Station Name Cost ********.**(US$) TELEX Destination Type Prefix Code Country/Ocean Code Station ID Modem Type Address ----*---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------< Subject [Insert ] 25 Char. [ Line 2/ 2 Col. 1 ] Attach File LES ID Option ON Confirmation 00:00 Send Delay Immediate Delivery Delay IA5 Code [ TRANSMIT ] < UNTITLED1> Transmit Message
Transmit message menu, country/ocean code window 3. For ship-to-shore telex, enter recipients telex country code. For example, to use KDDI (Japan) enter 72. For ship-to-ship telex, enter recipients ocean region. Ocean Region AOR-East: 581 POR: 582 IOR: 583 AOR-West: 584 4. Press the [Enter] key to close the window. 5. Press the  key to choose Station ID. 6. Press the [Enter] key to open the station ID entry window.
Transmit < UNTITLED1> 1. Transmit Message Transmit Message 2. Cancel Normal Priority 3. Request Delivery Status Message now being edited Size 24 Message File Station Name Cost ********.**(US$) TELEX Destination Type Prefix Code Country/Ocean Code Station ID Modem Type Address ----*---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------< Subject [Insert ] 25 Char. [ Line 2/ 2 Col. 1 ] Attach File LES ID Option ON Confirmation 00:00 Send Delay Immediate Delivery Delay IA5 Code [ TRANSMIT ]
F7: Options (FELCOM functions as EGC receiver)
1. Login 2. Logout 3. Abort 4. Select EGC Ch. 5. LES Information 6. Test Yes, No Yes, No Yes, No
1. PV Test 2. PV Test Result 3. Diagnostic Test
Yes, No Yes, No
1. System Setup Date input System Date & Time IMN input IMN MES Operation Mode INMARSAT-C, EGC Nav Port* Active Port* Message Output Port* EGC Output Port* Network Setup* Command Window * Not used. (For service technicians.) Telex, Ascii Text Mode Insert, Overwrite Edit Mode Word Wrap ON, OFF ON, OFF Line No. Tab Width 2 Char, 4 Char, 8 Char Telex (fixed at 69 characters), Ascii (40-80,69) Column Width Cursor Type Block, Underline Full Screen, Half Screen Scroll Date Disp. Form YY-MM-DD, MMM-DD-YY, DD-MMM-YY SDR, US$, EUR, YEN, OTHER (Currency unit input, 4 digits max.) Currency Unit Screen Saver ON, OFF Window Color Setup Window Color Window Base Window RCV Message Display, EGC Message Display, EDIT 1, EDIT 2, Function, SUB Menu 1, SUB Menu 2, SUB Menu 3, SUB Menu 4, Messaage, Fore Color L-WHITE, YELLOW, Back Color L-MAGENTA, L-RED, L-CYAN, L-GREEN, L-BLUE, GRAY, WHITE, BROWN, MAGENTA, RED, CYAN, GREEN, BLUE, BLACK Yes, No
2. Editor Setup
3. Terminal Setup
4. EGC Setup
5. Auto Mode Setup
Additional Position Navarea Fixed Area Waypoint* Station Code Type of Message Ice reports Meteo. forecasts Pilot service DECCA messages LORAN messages OMEGA messages SATNAV messages Other navaid msg QRU (no message) Auto Log Print Receive Alarm Auto Receive Message Save Auto Receive Message Print Data Report & Polling Print Auto EGC Message Save
1 position 9 areas max. * Not used A-Z ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF System FleetNET SafetyNET (Routine) SafetyNET (Safety) SafetyNET (Urgent&Distress) System FleetNET SafetyNET (Routine) SafetyNET (Safety) SafetyNET (Urgent&Distress)
ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF
Auto EGC Message Print
6. E-mail Setup 7. Directories
LES settings Message Directory EGC Message Directory
International Telex/Telephone Country Code List
Area and Country Afghanistan Alaska Albania Algeria American Samoa American Virgin Is. Andorra Angola Anguilla Antigua & Barbuda Argentina Armenia Aruba Ascension Australia Australian External Territories Austria Azerbaijani Azores Is. Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bermuda Bhutan Bolivia (Rep. of) Bolivia (ENTAL) Bosnia-Hercegovina Botswana Brazil British Virgin Is. Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi Telephone Telex Country Country Code Code 903 Disregard the figure "0" at head of subscriber number. Destination code is the same as for Portugal. Subscriber numbers are 2XXX or 5XXX Manual calls 3XXX Disregard the figure "0" at head of subscriber number. Telex calls to former WUI subscribers, insert the figure "9" after the destination code "208". Remarks for Telex Code
AG-DVX100 CHM189W 45-17692ecfull WBU910 Megamax CD1502B 53 MM-8300 ERE3600 FAV80830W 300 Plus HT-X30 PT-LC56E ZD604W SCH580 Casio 3769 Chrono 900 HT-TX35R X2580 Simulator ESA3056 DEH-P1Y 2028-307A Humminbird NS25 Remotesl25 CT-7005 HD WRT54GP2a-AT DSC-TX1 H SCX-4300-XIP Directv R15 DF9921P CS1200VD 28PW6506-01 ADP303 BGW 500D SC-HD51 Deluxe 90 XD420U Software SGH-F480G ST500 DX7440 29871GE3 BOY 350 XT-1998 Dpsv55 MYX-5 ESL46010 KD-G431 Enhwi-G2 Lightning 3 Power F6 SX205 Isdn KC-150 160 A Money SF-565PR Viewstation SP SDR-H200 CLX-3160FN-XSH Concerto DV 4000 PX-110 EWF12680W DPF 9331 VPL-CX6 Isuka Building Elura 80 IC-T7A TX-P50u10E WS-2010 Card Game 13 0 Motorrad Zumo Bamboo ONE GA-6BXC TH-37PV70F LRH-880 160 DUO Ixus IIS Center 540C DES-1024R TX117 LP425Z FLS874CN Xpressmusic SGH-P100 WM2477HS RM-VZ320 NS-500M CD-BA3100H Geometry DR4812W Gateway M405 ML-2552W Tuner ES 30HS EX-Z3 Powershot SD20 711MP
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