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SAGEM RT 3000
Fixed GSM / GPRS Gateway
For GSM Wireless Local Loop networks Support of voice, fax and data services Internet access with multi-slot class 10 GPRS Suitable also for payphones Remote maintenance facilities GSM gateway for least cost routing on PBX
GSM / GPRS FEATURES Frequency band: Dual band: EGSM 900 + DSC 1800 Mono band: PCS 1900 Transmit power: Class 4 (2W) for EGSM900 Class 1 (1W) for DCS1800 / PCS1900 Antenna connector: TNC (50 ohms) For indoor antenna (included) Or for coax. cable of outdoor antenna GPRS: Multislot class 10 Class B terminal PBCCH support SIM card: support of 3 V mini SIM cards
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The SAGEM RT 3000 is a GSM / GPRS gateway which supports voice, fax and data services. In areas were PSTN subscriber copper lines are not available, provided these areas are covered by a GSM network, the SAGEM RT 3000 offers access to the public network for fixed terminals such as telephone sets, analog fax machines, data modems and personal computers. Furthermore, if the GSM network supports GPRS, the SAGEM RT 3000 offers access to the Internet in packet mode (in addition to circuit mode) which provides higher speed at economical conditions. The SAGEM RT 3000 supports GSM network supplementary services such as call forwarding, call barring, multi party calls,., as well as PSTN supplementary services such as calling line identity presentation interface (CLIP). SMS service is available not only on a PC connected to the SAGEM RT 3000, but also on analog telephone sets. The SAGEM RT 3000 is an ideal solution for fixed operators who want to connect rapidly new subscribers to their network in areas with a lack of telephone lines, and to offer similar services as a wired line, including access to the Internet. Furthermore, thanks to the generation of polarity reversal and the support of analog modem transmission, it can also be used to connect payphones. Installation is easy, and operation costs are reduced thanks to remote maintenance facilities. An internal battery assures the continuity of the voice service in the case of mains power failure. For areas where power failures are frequent, a specific version with a high autonomy is available. The SAGEM RT 3000 can also be used as a GSM gateway on analog network lines of a PBX to perform least cost routing on outgoing calls to mobiles.
USER INTERFACES Analog interfaces: two RJ11 ports Port 1: for up to 5 analog telephone sets (5 REN) Port 2: for analog G3 fax machine, combined Phone/Fax or modem Digital interface (for a computer): RS-232 port (DB-9) USB port
SERVICES Telephone: DTMF and decadic dialing Supplementary services, including CLIP Polarity reversal Fax: Analog and digital fax DATA: Circuit mode: up to 9600 kbps (on analog and digital interfaces) Packet mode (GPRS class 10) SMS: On a computer or a telephone set STATUS LEDS Power, RF signal, SMS received, etc.
REMOTE MAINTENANCE By FTP and SMS
INTERNAL BATTERY BACK-UP Standard: 2 hours in communication 8 hours in standby In option: 4 hours in communication 15 hours in standby with fast charge of the battery
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EXTERNAL POWER SUPPLY AC input: 110 or 230 VAC (50 - 60 Hz) Plug: EU; US in option
DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT (APPROX.) 195 mm x 151 mm x 38 mm 620 g (including internal battery and indoor antenna)
ENVIRONMENT Operating temperature: -10C to 55C Humidity: 0% to 95% (non condensing)
SAGEM SA may, at any time and without notice, make changes or improvements to the products and services offered and/or cease producing or commercialising them. The SAGEM logo and trademark are the property of SAGEM SA. 12/2004
GSM / GPRS network SAGEM RT 3000
PSTN Telephone sets
RT3000 is Comming!
Fax machine or fax-phone
The SAGEM RT3000 can also provide access to a GSM network for other types of equipment such as: PBX with analog network lines payphones.
1 GSM WLL (GSM Wireless Local Loop) The main application of the SAGEM RT3000 is the GSM WLL, which consists to connect new subscribers to the PSTN, by the use of wireless connections through a GSM network. This solution allows fixed operators to deploy rapidly and economically new subscriber lines to the PSTN in areas were there is a lack of PSTN copper lines, provided these areas are covered by a GSM network. The SAGEM RT3000 is suitable: as well for residential subscribers by supporting basic services: telephone and Internet access as for SOHO subscribers thanks to additional features such as: -4SAGEM RT3000 - Ed 1.3 (01/06)
possibility to connect several telephone sets in parallel support of analog fax service.
2 GSM payphones The SAGEM RT3000 can also be used to connect payphones to a GSM network thanks to the following additional features: polarity reversal metering pulses low bit-rate data modem transmission for downloading charges tables. 3 End user specific applications The SAGEM RT3000 could be a solution for end-users specific applications such as: access to the PSTN with fixed terminals (especially analog fax machines and data terminals) in areas where PSTN copper lines are too expensive or not possible occasional access to the PSTN in some premises when the use of a mobile SIM card in the SAGEM RT3000 is less expensive than the subscription for a fixed line. 4 Least cost routing for PBX In countries where calls from PSTN to mobiles are more expensive than calls from mobile to mobile, PBX least cost routing consists to route PBX outgoing calls to mobile terminals to a GSM network instead of the PSTN. SAGEM RT3000 is suitable for such application on PBX with analog network lines.
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SAGEM RTMechanical description
The housing of the SAGEM RT3000 is a plastic case designed to be fixed on a wall by screws. Five LEDs provide different information about the current status of the SAGEM RT3000 as described in section 8. The housing can be opened, according to instructions and safety notes of the User Guide, to insert the SIM card. It is locked by a screw.
All connectors (user ports connectors, power supply connector) are at the bottom of the housing, excepted antenna connector which is located on the top.
2.3 Marking on SAGEM RT3000 housing 2.3.1 On front side
On the front side of the generic version of the SAGEM RT3000, there are the following marking: SAGEM logo -6SAGEM RT3000 - Ed 1.3 (01/06)
picturegram for each LED safety label:
2.3.2 On back side
On the back side of RT3000 housing a Product Label provides different technical information: part number serial number IMEI approval marking .
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SAGEM RTUser ports
The following ports are located at the bottom of the standard SAGEM RT3000:
(RJ45 socket for power supply)
RS232 and USB ports for a computer
RJ11 port #1 for several telephones sets in parallel
RJ11 port #2 for: analog fax machine data modem or telephone sets
Note : the USB port is not available on all models of SAGEM RT3000. On the standard SAGEM RT3000, there are four ports for connection of user's terminals, but only one can be active at the same time: two RJ11 ports for analog terminals: RJ11 port #1 for telephones sets RJ11 port #2 for telephones sets, analog G3 fax machines, analog phone-fax machines and data modems two digital ports for personal computers: RS232 port USB (client) port.
3.2 Analog ports (RJ11 ports #1 and #2)
On the two analog ports together, a total of 5 terminals (REN = 1 each) can be connected (in parallel). But only one fax machine, phone -fax or data modem can be connected to the SAGEM RT3000 (on RJ11 port #2). The impedance of each port can be configured: 600 ohms, 900 ohms or complex value. Pinning (1-6): NC-NC-A-B-NC-NC.
3.3 Digital ports (RS232 and USB ports)
The two digital ports cannot be used simultaneously: if a device is connected to the USB port and USB power signal is detected, the RS232 port is automatically deactivated. On some versions of the SAGEM RT3000, only one of these ports can be available. -8SAGEM RT3000 - Ed 1.3 (01/06)
3.3.1 RS232 port
Characteristics of RS232 port are as following: RS-232 signals supported: TX, RX, RTS, CTS, DTR, DCD maximum bit rate: 115200 bps galvanic insulation performed by Opto couplers. The SAGEM RT3000 is seen by the PC as a modem. A driver for SAGEM RT3000 "modem" is available for the following operating systems: Win 98 SE, ME, 2000, XP.
3.3.2 USB port
Characteristics of USB port are as following: USB 1.1 version galvanic insulated performed by Opto couplers. An USB driver for SAGEM RT3000 is available for the following operating systems: Win 98 SE, ME, 2000, XP.
3.4 Selection of the ports for incoming calls and SMS
The SAGEM RT3000 can be configured to specify the user port for incoming calls and incoming SMS as following. Selection of the ports for incoming calls: incoming voice calls : either on both RJ11 ports or only on one of the two RJ11 ports incoming fax calls : either on RJ11 port #2 or on PC port (RS232 or USB) incoming CSD data calls : either on RJ11 port #2 or on PC port (RS232 or USB). Selection of the ports for incoming SMS: either on one of the two RJ11 ports or on PC port (RS232 or USB).
3.5 Configuration of RJ11 port #2 for outgoing calls
The SAGEM RT3000 can be configured to specify the type of outgoing calls on RJ11 port #2: either there is an automatic recognition of outgoing fax calls and data modem calls or all outgoing calls are handled by the SAGEM RT3000 as fax calls.
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4.1 Services on analog ports 4.1.1 Common features for voice, analog fax and modem data calls
188.8.131.52 Outgoing calls
184.108.40.206.1 Off hook, on hook detection
The SAGEM RT3000 detects off hook and on hook status on analog ports.
SAGEM RT3000 supports both modes of dialing: DTMF and decadic (pulse) modes. End of dialing is detected by the SAGEM RT3000: either by expiration of a timeout, if no more digit has been dialed after a configurable duration or by the special character "#" dialed after the last digit of the called number; this second possibility is available only for DTMF dialing.
220.127.116.11.2.1 DTMF dialing
Digits: Frequencies: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0, A, B, C, D, *, # According to ITU-T Q.23 standard for DTMF signaling Upper frequency group (Hz)
Lower frequency group (Hz)
A B C D
18.104.22.168.2.2 Decadic dialing
Digits: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0
22.214.171.124 Incoming calls
Depending on the type of call (voice, fax or data) and the selection of the ports for incoming calls (see section 3.4), the ringing signal is generated by the SAGEM RT3000 on: only one analog port or on the two analog ports. If the ringing signal is generated on the two analog ports, the first "off hook" will win, and a busy signal will be generated on the other port. - 10 SAGEM RT3000 - Ed 1.3 (01/06)
Ringing signal Frequency: 25 Hz or 50 Hz (according to SAGEM RT3000 configuration) Cadence: defined by configuration of the SAGEM RT3000 W aveform: sinusoidal.
The following tones are generated by the SAGEM RT3000 on analog ports. Frequency and cadence of these tones can be configured (see section 9.2).
126.96.36.199.1 Dialing tone
The dialing tone is generated on an analog port, once the SAGEM RT3000 is registered on the GSM network, if an off-hook status is detected on this port: Frequency: according to configuration (default value: 425 Hz) Cadence: according to configuration Waveform sinusoidal.
188.8.131.52.2 Ringback tone
The ringback tone is either coming from the GSM network (In-band signal) or locally generated by the SAGEM RT3000 itself, depending on the configuration of the SAGEM RT3000. If this tone is generated by the SAGEM RT3000, it has the following characteristics: Frequency: according to configuration (default value: 440 Hz) Cadence: according to configuration Waveform sinusoidal.
184.108.40.206.3 Busy tone
The Busy tone indicates the following events: Congestion of the Telecommunication Network Congestion of the SAGEM RT3000: an other port is already active for an other call Called party is busy Call drop Clearing by any user. This tone has the following characteristics: Frequency: according to configuration (default value: 425 Hz) Cadence: according to configuration Waveform sinusoidal.
220.127.116.11.4 Call waiting advisory tone (for voice calls only)
This tone indicates that somebody is trying to call, when the SAGEM RT3000 is already in communication or that it is in dual call state. This tone has the following characteristics: Frequency: according to configuration (default value: 440 Hz) Cadence: according to configuration Waveform sinusoidal.
18.104.22.168.5 Accepted programming tone
This tone indicates to the user the acceptance of the programming of a supplementary service. This tone has the following characteristics: Frequency: according to configuration (default value: 950 Hz) Cadence: according to configuration Waveform sinusoidal.
4.1.2 Specific features for voice calls
22.214.171.124 Supplementary services dedicated to voice calls
The following supplementary services are available for voice calls, provided they are supported by the GSM network and included in the user subscription: call hold call waiting multi party call. For these supplementary services, the Flash key of the telephone set is used. The Flash key is detected by the SAGEM RT3000 according to configuration parameters: minimum and maximum duration of the flash.
126.96.36.199.1 Call Hold / Call Waiting
General When a call is already active on SAGEM RT3000, it is possible to receive a second call or to establish a second call. Establishment of a second call To establish a second call, the call already established is put in Call Hold state by pressing successively the keys Flash and 2 of the telephone set. Reception of a second call The user receives a Call Waiting Advising Tone to inform him of incoming of a second call. The user can then: put the first call in Call Hold state and switch to the second call by pressing successively the keys Flash and 2 of the telephone set, - 13 SAGEM RT3000 - Ed 1.3 (01/06)
hang up to finish the first call; in this case the call in Call Waiting state is not rejected: it is announced like any normal incoming call by ringing, make nothing and continue the first call; after a duration depending on the network, the second call is transferred to the voice mail box (Call Forwarding on No Reply - CFNRy).
Handling of the two calls In a situation with two established calls with one in Call Hold state, the user can: switch from one call to the other by pressing successively the keys Flash and 2 of the telephone set (the active call changes to Call Hold state) transform the two calls in a 3 parties call (multi party call).
188.8.131.52.2 Multi-Party call
In a situation with two established calls with one in Call Hold state, the user can transform the two calls in a 3 parties call (multi party call) by pressing successively the keys Flash and 3 of the telephone.
184.108.40.206 DTMF codes transmission during voice calls
4.1.6 Landsline SMS service
The SAGEM RT3000 supports transmission and reception of SMS from/to an analog phone set capable of Landsline SMS.
4.2 Services on digital ports (RS232 or USB port)
When a Personal Computer is connected to one of the two digital ports of the SAGEM RT3000, the following services are supported: data communications in circuit mode data communications in packet mode digital fax communications SMS. The support of all these services is based on AT commands exchanged between the PC and the SAGEM RT3000 (see Annex A : List of supported AT commands).
4.2.1 Data calls in Circuit Switched mode (CSD)
The SAGEM RT3000 is functioning like a GSM modem: it is controlled by AT commands. It supports bi-directional data communications in circuit switched mode at bit rate of 9600 bps with an other GSM modem or a modem connected to the PSTN. If the called party's modem is connected to the PSTN, it must support 9600 bps (V.32) / V.42: this is necessary for communication with the GSM network.
4.2.2 Data calls in Packet mode
The SAGEM RT3000 supports access to the Internet via the GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) of the GSM network. For such connection, the PPP dial-up mechanism of the PC operating system is used. Characteristics of GPRS connections supported by the SAGEM RT3000: class B terminal multi slot class 10 (up to 4 TS down-link or 2 TS up-link) coding schemes: CS-1, CS-2, CS-3, CS-4 PBCCH support.
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4.2.3 Digital fax service
With a fax software installed on the PC connected to one of the two PC ports of the SAGEM RT3000, it is possible to send and receive fax documents. The remote fax machine can be any facsimile device. The fax software installed on the PC shall be compatible to fax class 1. For digital fax service on PC port, the SAGEM RT3000 supports AT command set TR29 Class 1.
4.2.4 SMS with a PC
With a SMS software installed on the PC connected to one of the two PC ports of the SAGEM RT3000, it is possible to send and receive SMS. The SMS software shall support the SMS AT commands listed in Annex A.
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SAGEM RTRadio interface
5.1 Frequency bands
There are two versions of SAGEM RT3000 regarding the frequency bands: a dual band version working in the following frequency bands: EGSM (900 MHz) DCS (1800 MHz) a mono band version working in: PCS (1900 MHz) frequency band.
5.2 Transmit power
Class 4 (2 W): for EGSM frequency band Class 1 (1W): for DCS and PCS frequency bands.
A female TNC connector is located at the top of the SAGEM RT3000 to connect: either a small 0 dBi antenna delivered with the generic version of the SAGEM RT3000 or a coaxial cable for an external high gain antenna. The impedance is 50 ohms. If an external antenna is used, it is mandatory to do an installation according to safety rules regarding lighting protection.
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Security is based on GSM standard: a SIM card is located inside the SAGEM RT3000. Thanks to this SIM card: authentication of the SAGEM RT3000 is performed by the GSM network data transmitted on the radio link are encrypted.
6.1 SIM card features 6.1.1 SIM card type
The SAGEM RT3000 works with standard (mini) 3V SIM cards.
6.1.2 SIM card holder
The SIM card holder is located inside the SAGEM RT3000. To place the SIM card, the housing shall be opened according to User Guide instructions.
6.1.3 PIN protection
220.127.116.11 User's PIN identification
The SAGEM RT3000 supports regular PIN function, as on a mobile terminal, to prevent utilization of the device by an authorized user. After power up of the SAGEM RT3000, before to set up a first call, the user shall enter his PIN (Personal Identification Number) with a DTMF telephone set connected to the SAGEM RT3000.
18.104.22.168 Optional AUTOPIN protection
AUTOPIN is an optional feature available on some versions of SAGEM RT3000. It prevents the use of the SIM card of the SAGEM RT3000 in a mobile terminal to benefit of fixed communications rate for mobile communications. After the user has entered his PIN, the SAGEM RT3000 modifies the PIN of the SIM card with a secret value which is specific for each piece of SAGEM RT3000. In the case of a restart of the SAGEM RT3000, the user will not have to enter the PIN again: the SAGEM RT3000 will enter itself the secret value of the new PIN. AUTOPIN is not available on generic version of SAGEM RT3000.
SIMLOCK is an optional feature available on versions of SAGEM RT3000 dedicated to a specific GSM operator. It prevents the use of the SAGEM RT3000 device on the GSM network of an other operator. MCC and MNC of the GSM network are registered in the SAGEM RT3000 at factory, and the SAGEM RT3000 will only work with SIM card having the same value of MCC and MNC. Of course, SIMLOCK is not available on the generic version of SAGEM RT3000.
6.2 Emergency voice calls
The SAGEM RT3000 supports Teleservice 12 "Emergency Call". - 18 SAGEM RT3000 - Ed 1.3 (01/06)
This teleservice provides the possibility to set up an emergency call even without the SIM card. The default value of the emergency phone number is 112. Up to 3 emergency numbers are pre-defined in the SAGEM RT3000 at factory. If one of these numbers is dialed, the dialed number is called. Up to 3 additional configurable emergency numbers can be configured in the SAGEM RT3000 and combined with one of the pre-defined emergency numbers. If one of the configurable emergency numbers is dialed, the corresponding pre-defined emergency number is called.
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SAGEM RTPower supply
7.1 External power supply
The SAGEM RT3000 is powered by an external power supply which performs adaptation from mains AC voltage to 18V DC. This power supply is plugged by a cord to the RJ45 socket at the bottom of the SAGEM RT3000. Two types of power supply are available: 230 VAC 50 Hz with EU mains plug 110 to 230 VAC 50/60 Hz with US mains plug.
7.2 Internal back-up battery
An internal battery provides back-up for voice service during mains failures. Two versions of SAGEM RT3000 are available: regular autonomy version designed for the most of the countries high autonomy version for countries with frequent failures of the mains power. Typical values: Regular autonomy version Autonomy in conversation mode Autonomy in standby mode Charge of the battery (*) fast charge between 0 and 45C To shut down the SAGEM RT3000 (even if powered by the internal battery) the cord of the external power supply shall be removed from SAGEM RT3000 RJ 45 socket. 2h 8h slow High autonomy version 4h 15 h fast (*)
7.3 External back-up battery
An external battery backup pack could be connected to the RJ45 connector of the SAGEM RT3000. It shall deliver a DC voltage in the range of 12 to 24 VDC. Note however that the charge of internal back-up battery requires a minimum voltage of 17 VDC, but if there is an external back-up battery, the internal back-up battery is no more useful.
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SAGEM RTLEDs indicators
On the front side of the SAGEM RT3000 there are five LEDs which provide the following information.
High quality of RF signal
SLOW Flash: Network serching
ON: Medium or High quality of RF signal SLOW Flash: Network searching or Low quality of RF signal OFF: No RF signal RAPID Flash: waiting for the PIN
CADENCE Flash: waiting for the PUK
SLOW Flash: SMS received RAPID Flash: FAX warning
ON: Offhook on analog or PC port SLOW Flash: Call barring or Call forwarding enabled RAPID Flash: FAX warning
Green ON: powered from external power supply or battery Red ON: powered from internal battery OFF: no power
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SAGEM RTConfiguration of the SAGEM RT3000
9.1 Parameters configuration
The complete configuration of the SAGEM RT3000 is written in a parameter file which is stored in the non-volatile memory of the device. When configuring the SAGEM RT3000, the parameter file will be modified. The SAGEM RT3000 can be configured by following methods: Local configuration by entering DTMF codes (with a DTMF telephone set) This method allows the user to change only those parameters that are changed most often. Modification of the parameter file with a local or remote PC This method consists to load the parameter file on a local or a remote PC by a FTP transfer, then to edit and modify the parameter file with a text editor and then to download the modified file back to the device. Remote configuration by sending configuration SMS. Sending AT commands with the local PC.
These different methods are summarized by the following picture: Local configuration:
by DTMF codes (using a telephone) by editing the config. file parameter file (download and upload by FTP) by sending AT commands
by editing the config. file parameter file (download and upload by FTP)
All parameters can be configured by editing the parameter file. But only some of them can be configured by one or several of the other methods.
9.1.1 Basic configuration
Parameters of basic configuration are principally modified by the end user. All these parameters can be modified with a DTMF phone set connected to the SAGEM RT3000. Type of parametres of basic configuration: selection of the ports for incoming calls and incoming SMS voice signal level for telephone calls end of dialing timeout flash signal duration fax port configuration telephone number of the fixed network SMS center.
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9.1.2 Advanced configuration
Parameters of advanced configuration are generally modified by the operator, or by experienced users. They can be modified: by editing locally or remotely the parameter file or, for some of them: locally by AT commands or remotely by SMS. Type of parameters of advanced configuration: remote stations allowed to configure remotely the SAGEM RT3000 indication of mains power failures by SMS additional emergency phone numbers fast dialing with # ringing signal frequency (25 or 50 Hz) analog ports impedance metering pulses polarity reversal fax configuration (timeout, etc.) GPRS PDP context (for each GPRS provider) data communications parameters (flow control, bit rate, etc.) frequency band.
9.2 Tones configuration
Frequency, cadence and level of the tones generated by the SAGEM RT3000, and also cadence of ringing signal, can be configured by editing the tone file of the SAGEM RT3000. This configuration can be performed locally or remotely by a FTP transfer of the tone file on a PC, as for the parameter file (see section 9.1).
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SAGEM RTInstallation and maintenance
10.1 Installation 10.1.1 Location of the SAGEM RT3000
The SAGEM RT3000 and its external power supply are designed to be used exclusively indoor. The SAGEM RT3000 has to be fixed on a wall with screws thanks to the holes on the back side of the housing.
To be observed for safety reasons
The power supply of the SAGEM RT3000 converts the mains voltage into low DC voltage. The outlet must be easily accessible and must not be recovered. The mains voltage is specified on the power supply. The SAGEM RT3000 generates high voltage tension which could be dangerous. Installation must be done by authorized persons only. End users are not allowed to open the housing. Security label (see section 2.3.1) has to be put by the installation peoples in order to prevent any unauthorized access. For safety reasons, the telephone cables must remain exclusively inside the house and must never go outside the house.
To be observed for medical reasons
The SAGEM RT3000 is a radio transmitter which may disturb medical electronic devices, for example hearing prosthesis, pacemaker, A doctor or the manufacturer of the medical device will be able to advise the user usefully.
The maximum distance between the SAGEM RT3000 and conventional telephone sets or fax machines is 300 meters with 0,4 mm cable assuming a total loop impedance including telephone equal to 500 maximum. The maximum distance between the RT3000 and PC is typically 3 meters.
10.2 Maintenance 10.2.1 Generation of Logfiles
Relevant events of the SAGEM RT3000 are stored in a Logfile. This Logfile can be accessed locally or remotely by performing a FTP transfer to a PC. This Logfile can then be read on the PC with a standard text editor. A Logfile entry has the following format:
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warning level time stmp software module log text
Meaning: Warning level: Errors are on level 1, information about normal events are on level 4. Time stamp: The time this logfile entry is written Software module: The software module that has generated this logfile entry Log text: Description of the event.
Reports by SMS
The following reports can be received by SMS: Alert messages : External power down External power up Signal quality as answer to reception of a special SMS.
Measurement of RF field strength
By LEDs indications
Two LEDs on the front side of the SAGEM RT3000 (see section 8) provide an indication of the RF signal level: no signal low signal quality medium signal quality high signal quality.
By AT command
The RSSI and BER can be read with the following AT command: AT+CSQ.
SAGEM RT3000 firmware update
The firmware of the SAGEM RT3000 can be updated from a local connected PC or from a remote PC, by performing a FTP transfer.
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SAGEM RTEnvironment conditions and dimensions
11.1 Environment operating conditions
Temperature range: Relative humidity: IP class 31 -10 to +55C 0 to 95% non condensed
11.2 Dimension and weight of SAGEM RT3000
SAGEM RT3000 device: Dimension: Weight: ca. 195 x 151 x 38 mm (L x W x H) (excluding antenna) ca. 670 g (including internal battery and antenna) ca. 420 g (without internal battery) Battery: Weight: Power supply: Weight: ca. 160 g ca. 250 g
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SAGEM RTStandard compliance
12.1 EMC and ESD
Environment: CE compliant (Residential, commercial and light-industrial environment) Standards: ETS 300 342-1 EN 55024 EN 61000-6-1
12.3 Telco requirements
Compliant to R&TTE GCF approval for GSM module inside the SAGEM RT3000.
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SAGEM RT3000 Annex A : List of supported AT commands
ATA ATB[n] ATD[n] [;] [x] ATE[n] ATH[n] ATI[n] ATQ[n] Accept call Setting of the transfer parameter n for data connections. Dial number Command echo Hang up Output product code Specifies whether or not the device transmits any result code to the connected TE. Information text transmitted in response is not affected by this setting. Writes value n into status register 0. Set number of rings before automatically answer the call. This command is valid only for data calls. Displays the value of status register 0 Writes the value n into status register 3. This parameter determines the character recognized by TA to terminate an incoming command line (13 = <CR> by default) Displays the value of status register 3 Writes the value x into status register 5. Determines the command line editing character. Displays the value of status register 5 Set result code format mode. This parameter setting determines the contents of the header and trailer transmitted with result codes and information responses. Load standard configuration Set circuit Data Carrier Detect (DCD) function mode. Set circuit Data Terminal Ready (DTR) function mode. Load factory setting Local data flow control (DTE DCE) Displays current configuration Save configuration Repeat previous command line Setting the Faxclass PS attach or detach - 28 SAGEM RT3000 - Ed 1.3 (01/06)
ATS0=n ATS0? ATS3=n
ATS3? ATS5=x ATS5? ATV[n]
ATZ AT&C[n] AT&D[n] AT&F AT&k[n] AT&V AT&W A/ AT+FCLASS=n AT+CGATT=n
AT+CGDCONT=APN AT+CPIN=PIN AT+CCLK=time AT+CCLK? AT+CGMI AT+CGMM AT+CGMR Define PDP context. Enter the PIN number of the SIM card Set real time clock. Displays the time Request manufacturer identification Request model identification Request revision identification Change Password.
AT+CPWD=oldpw, newpw AT+CPWD=pwlength AT+CREG=n
Sets integer type maximum length of the password for the facility Network registration
AT+CCFC=reas,mode[,number[,type[,class[,subaddr[,satype[,time[,status]]]]]]] Call forwarding number and conditions control AT+CSQ=rssi [ber] AT+CNUM AT+CIMI AT+CGSN Signal Quality Displays Subscriber Number Request international mobile subscriber identity Request product serial number identification
AT+CGQREQ=[cid[,precedence[,delay[,reliability[,peak[,mean ]]]]]] This command specifies a Quality of Service Profile that is used when the device sends an Activate PDP Context Requestmessage to the network. AT+CGQMIN=[cid[,precedence[,delay[,reliability[,peak[,mean ]]]]]] (Minimum acceptable) Quality of Service Profile
AT+CBST=[speed[,name[,ce ]]] Select bearer service type. This command selects the bearer service name with data rate speed, and the connection element ce to be used when data calls are originated.
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AT Command Interface for SMS AT+CMGD=<index> AT+CMGF=[<mode>] AT+CMGF? AT+CMGF=? AT+CMGL[=<stat>] AT+CMGL=? AT+CMGR=<index> Deletes the message Sets the mode Calls up the current mode Lists the modes supported Lists the messages according to various characteristics Shows the message display options supported Reads the message Sends the message Sends the message Writes the message into the memory Writes the message into the memory Sends the SMS message from the memory Indicates new SMS message
AT+CMGS=<da><CR> <Txt> <CTRL Z> AT+CMGS=<length><CR> AT+CMGW=<oa/da><CR> <Txt> <CTRL Z> AT+CMGW=<length>[,<stat>]<CR> AT+CMSS=<index>[,<da>] AT+CNMI= [<mode>][,<mt>][,<bm>][,<ds>][,[bfr] AT+CNMI? AT+CNMI=? AT+CPMS= <mem> AT+CPMS? AT+CPMS=?
Response: +CNMI: <mode>,<mt>,<bm>,<ds>,<bfr> Lists the options Sets the memory location Calls up the current memory location Lists the memory locations supported Sets the Service Center address
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