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Gigaset AL145, AL140, AL14H Product Description
SHC PM V
Gigaset AL145, AL140, AL14H
Product Description Version 1.0
The AL140 digital cordless DECT telephone and the AL145 with integrated answering machine Expandable system with up to four handsets Free internal calls between handsets
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Change documentation Version Date Author
Positioning/Target group 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 Target Group Benefits Reason Why
3 Features 4 Productdescription 4.1 Gigaset AL140/AL145 base station 4.2 Gigaset AL145 base station 4.3 Gigaset AL14H handset 4.3.1 Operating 4.3.2 Controls 4.4 Gigaset Charger 4.5 Setting up the telephone 4.6 Scope of supply 4.7 Colours 5 General description of a DECT system Description of DECT in general Description of GAP Description of a DECT system 6 Glossary List of figures:
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1 Positioning/Target group
1.1.1 Target Group
Wants to keep telephony simple, short and efficient Has little interest in telephony products Purchase intention as replacement of analogue phone
16-70 years, male and female, low to mid income and educational level
Minimizes investment and interaction with technology Expects only a basic level of convenience and flexibility: Convenience is focussed on cordless and AM-feature Looks for ways to simplify life, wants to protect privacy Wants quality and relies on trusted brands but is not specifically brand loyal as willingness to pay is very low Laggard in telephony Lives in all types of households
Classic and simple design to express basic feature set; not polarizing, intuitive, easy and familiar handling
Price attractive and
reliable Never miss a call through answering machine and missed call list Privacy protection through CLIP and AM Easy and convenient through illuminated display Page 3 of 12 30.8.07
1.1.3 Reason Why
The phone that makes modern communication simple and easy.
2 Brief Description
Datasheets are available , see attachment
See separate document
4.1 Gigaset AL140/AL145 base station On the base station of Gigaset AL140/AL145 is a registration/paging key. All further settings are made on the handset. Up to 4 Gigaset AL14H handsets can be registered. The handset is charged in the charger and a flashing battery icon on the handset display indicates that charging is in progress; an audible tone indicates that the handset has been docked correctly into the base station or charger. The Gigaset AL140/AL145 base station can be operated on a main analogue telephone line or on a PABX. Power is supplied to the base station by an external power supply unit. 4.2 Gigaset AL145 base station
The integrated answering machine of Gigaset AL145 base station is operated via the handsets Gigaset AL14H which are registered at the base station.
4.3 Gigaset AL14H handset To register a AL14H handset for the first time it must be placed in the charging unit on the base station and the base station must be connected to the power supply.
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The registration process is automatic and takes a few minutes. The handset has been successfully registered if the internal name of the handset appears in the display (e.g. INT 1). On registration, the handset is automatically assigned the next free number (1-4) and name (INT 1-4). If a handset is already registered on another base station it must be manually registered. Hold down the registration key on the base station to place the base station in the registration status. Registration must be selected on the handset. Enter the 4-digit PIN to register the handset on the base station. 4.3.1 Operating The operating concept for the Gigaset AL14H is based on menu-controlled user prompts. The lists, menus and editors are navigated by using context-sensitive softkeys or navigation hardkeys (navikey). The difference between a hard key and a soft key is that the soft key is not allocated a predefined function. Each soft key is associated with a display field that shows the function of the soft key in the current context. The handset has an illuminated semi graphical LCD Display so it can be used without any problems even in poor lighting conditions. 4.3.2 Controls Each handset has all the controls needed for setting up and clearing down calls and for accessing the various features: Standard alphanumeric illuminated telephone keypad (12-key block) Talk and end-call keys for setting up and clearing down calls and for switching the
handset on and off (long press on the end-call key)
MWI key for simple access to message lists Illuminated display Phone book key Confirmation tones, information tones and warning tones (to draw attention to incorrect keying for example) Flash key (R) with longpress for pause Keypad protection on/off by longpress of # key Alarm clock key Special function keys for menu control on the handset:
Navi key for navigation : Navigation key up: Shortcut to menu item Ringer tone volume Navigation key down: Access into phonebook to navigate in all lists up and down
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Black/white display: 1-line dot alpha 14 characters + 1 line for pictograms + 1 line for softkeys display of date and time in standby mode display of call duration Battery charge status indication (3 levels)
Navigation key up
Phonebook key MWI key Off-hook key On-hook / On-Off key Navigation key down
Long press: Lock keypad
Alarm clock key
Fig. 1 Keypad AL14H
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4.4 Gigaset Charger
The charging unit is designed as a desktop unit. The charging time is around 5 hours. The charging process for the handset battery is indicated by a flashing bar in the display. An acoustic signal sounds as soon as the handset is docked correctly into the charging unit. Power is supplied to the charging unit by an external power supply unit.
Fig. 2 - Charger 4.5 Setting up the telephone The telephone is designed for straightforward installation by the user: Plug connection to the telephone line, impossible to insert incorrectly Plug-in power supply unit, impossible to insert incorrectly Standard configuration for simple setup (default settings for the main telephone station) Simple programming procedures for changing parameters or setting up features Automatic registration is activated when an unregistered Gigaset AL14H handset (i.e. the handset has not yet been registered on any base station) is placed in the charging unit of the base station. The registration process takes about one minute (sometimes also a few minutes).
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There is a manual registration procedure for registering further handsets on the base station. These handsets are registered by holding down the registration key on the front of the base and entering the four-digit PIN (Personal Identification Number). This ensures that other people cannot register on your base station via the air interface. 4.6 Scope of supply The units are shipped in environmentally friendly packaging (cardboard box, no polystyrene). Design parts are wrapped in polyethylene bags.
Gigaset AL145 System pack: 1 Gigaset AL145 base station 1 Gigaset AL14H handset without batteries 1 power supply unit for the base station 1 NiMH AAA Akkupack 1 telephone cable 1 set of operating instructions 1 battery compartment cover for the handset 4.7 Colours Gigaset AL145/AL140/AL14H is available in black.
5 General description of a DECT system
Description of DECT in general The worldwide DECT standard, which was defined by the European Standards Institute (ETSI), describes radio and protocol specifications for the development of cordless telecommunication systems and equipment. In addition to the requirements of this standard, the European Commission has stipulated that all its members must keep the frequency band from 1880 to 1900 MHz free for DECT. In Europe at least, the DECT standard is now firmly established, with worldwide approval and introduction gaining in pace and with appropriate steps having already been taken in many countries. This harmonisation is making the approval process simpler and is therefore counteracting fragmentation of the European and worldwide telecommunication markets. The DECT standard, which has been officially endorsed since 1992, defines the radio and protocol requirements for a series of services and applications such as cordless telephony and data transfer, cordless LANs (Local Area Networks) and radio links between telephone
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users and the public switched telephone network (known as Wireless Local Loop or Radio in the Local Loop). Radio transmission, i.e. the air interface between the base station and the handset, is standardised and organised as follows: Several calls can be handled simultaneously by a radio unit. Internal calls can be made free of charge. Digital voice quality without hissing or clicking. Automatic switching of radio channels in the event of a fault (optimised radio connection between the base station and the handset). Rapid connection setup between the base station and the handset. High call density is also possible within a radio cell. High level of protection against eavesdropping thanks to digital transmission between the base station and the handset. Several DECT units can be operated in close proximity without cell planning, i.e. the system can be expanded without any problems at all. Innovative technology with Europe-wide approval for the air interface. Data and voice can be transmitted. GFSK (Gaussian Frequency Shift Keying) is the modulation method. TDMA (Time Division Multiplex Access) is the transmission method There are ten carrier frequencies in the range from 1880 to 1900 MHz. The maximum transmission rate is 1.152 Mbit/s. There are 24 simplex or 12 duplex channels per carrier frequency.
The voice information to be transmitted undergoes analogue/digital conversion with the aid of the ADPCM method (Adaptive Differential Pulse Code Modulation) and is compressed to a data rate of 32 kbit/s.
Description of GAP In connection with the EN (formerly CTR 06) and CTR 10 approval guidelines, the Generic Access Profile (GAP) specifies the air interface for the 3.1 kHz teleservice under the DECT standard. As a pure air-interface specification the basic telephony functions such as setting up and clearing down the voice connection, associated radio-specific requirements and mobility requirements are specified by GAP. Convenience functions that go beyond these basic functions, applications that go beyond voice communication, system configurations, local functions in the base station or handset and the user interface are not specified and need not be supported by any manufacturer in their base stations or handsets. There is therefore adequate freedom for individual product design. Following GAP Features are available for the customer: Outgoing call Off hook
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On hook (full release) Dialled digits (basic) Register recall Go to DTMF signalling (defined tone length) Pause (dialling pause) Incoming call Alerting Calling Line Identification (CLIP)
The difference between the DECT standard and GAP is as follows. The DECT standard can be used universally for different applications and allows features to be implemented in different ways. The DECT standard is therefore the basis for the DECT profiles; i.e., profiles are derived from the standard. A DECT profile specifies a particular application; in the case of GAP this is the air interface for the 3.1 kHz teleservice for DECT. Implementing GAP achieves the following in terms of standardised functionality: DECT devices for telephony applications are checked for protocol compliance as part of the approval procedure. Each GAP-compliant handset will operate with any GAP-compliant base station in the home, office or in the public sector. Service providers can assume that a large number of potential customers already own a handset that can access the planned service. Customers can mix handsets and base stations of different manufacturers when putting their telephone systems together or when choosing their cordless telephones. GAP, or the applicable CTR22 technical specification, guarantees compatibility of basic functions between different DECT systems (also between different manufacturers systems). Description of a DECT system
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a/b line Analogue/digital conversion and digital/analogue conversion in the base station Burst Mode Control (BMC) Radio unit in base station Radio unit in handset Burst Mode Control Analogue/digital conversion and digital/analogue conversion in the handset User interface (acoustics, display and keypad)
The function blocks are described below: a/b line: Block (1) matches the electrical properties of the a/b line of the base station to that of the analogue telephone network. It also includes components for ring detection, dial pulse/tone generation and the flash function. Analogue/digital conversion and digital/analogue conversion: The voice information to be transmitted undergoes analogue/digital conversion with the aid of the ADPCM method (Adaptive Differential Pulse Code Modulation) and is compressed to a data rate of 32 kbit/s. The converted voice data is buffered until fetched by the burst mode controller. This block also handles echo suppression. Conversion takes place in both directions, i.e. from analogue to digital and vice versa. The same functionality is implemented in the base station and in the handset.
Burst Mode Control (BMC): In the BMC function block the ADPCM-converted voice data is packed together with control information and other voice channels into a frame structure and is transmitted as a burst to the radio unit. In the opposite direction the burst is split into its separate channels and forwarded accordingly. The BMC also controls transmission and reception in the radio unit. Basically, the same functionality is implemented in the BMC in the base station and in the handset, with additional switching functions implemented in the base station. Radio unit: The function of the radio unit can be summarised as follows: Transmitting and receiving DECT radio signals Generating 10 carrier frequencies Switching between carrier frequencies Amplifying the DECT radio signal to its rated output Modulating/demodulating and Gaussian filtering the digital transmit/receive data Switching between the two antennas for diversity reasons (better coverage of the radio range) in the base station; there is only one antenna in the handset Measuring the receive field strength to evaluate the radio field Reducing power consumption during idle periods (between two bursts)
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User interface: The user interface converts the digital voice and control data into audible and visual signals that the user can understand. There is also a keypad for entering dialling information and so on.
ADPCM DECT DTMF GAP GFSK PABX PIN MWI Adaptive Differential Pulse Code Modulation Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications Dual Tone Mulit-Frequency (tone dialling) Generic Access Profile Gaussian Frequency Shift Keying (Modulation) Private Automatic Branch eXchange Personal Identification Number Message waiting indication
List of figures:
Fig. 1 Keypad AL14H Fig.2Charger 10
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Version 0.8 M1
The dependable phone for price sensitive minimalists
Interface: Implementation: Standards: System:
a/b (analogue) HA/PBX DECT, GAP cordless telephone for up to 4 handsets
General o Plug & Play (the unit can be used without special installation (Unpack the phone, connect the phone and conduct a call.) o Internal antennas o Date and time functions are protected against power failure Menu o Dialing o Dial preparation (input of phone numbers before seizure) with correction possibility o Redialing of 10 last different dialing numbers o User programmable speed-dial shortcuts using keys o Dialing: DTMF, Pulse, Flash (programmable) Receiving calls o CLIP and CNIP displayed o Selectable Ringer with - 10 standard melodies - adjustable volume o Ringer output via Earpiece
Simple operation controlled via menu and softkeys in 19 country specific languages ( same languages as Athens)
Handset-Display o B/W display: 1-line dot-alphanumeric 14 digit + 1 line for pictograms + 1 line for softkeys o Illumination: amber o Display of date and time in standby mode o Display of call duration o Battery charge status indication (3 levels)
Keypad of handset (selection) o 12 numeric keys plus 9 function keys o Keypad protection on/off by longpress of # key o Mute with * key o Dedicated message-key o Flash-key (R) with longpress for pause (P) o Alarm key Acoustics o 3 earpiece volumes, 5 tone volume settings plus off (via Longpress *) plus crescendo o Advisory tone (for key confirmation + low battery) o Ringer tone on/off (Mute by * key)
Directory o Directory for 40 names and numbers o Name indication for: incoming call, outgoing call, missed call list, redial list
Missed calls o Display signaling missed calls o Comfortable access to missed call list by dedicated message-key o List showing up to 30 missed calls (with timestamp and with dialing function)
Additional Features o Alarm clock with dedicated alarm key o ECO DECT Transmitting power switched off when handset in base 60% less power consumption due to Energy saving power supply o Netlock (Telekom Austria) o Russian CLIP o Lifebox compatible (France Telecom)
Features with more than one handset (Intercom) o Free internal calls between handsets o Collective call of internal handsets o Three-party conference (1 ext., 2 int.) via internal recall or barge in o Transfer of external calls to another handset with prior consultation o Collective call on incoming external calls Answering machine key features (AM version only) o Built in answering machine o Recording time up to 14 minutes o User defined and predefined announcements o Indication of new messages (handset) o Announcement of date and time for each message by voice prompt Technical data
Handset o Standby-time: up to 200 hours o Talk time: up to 13 hours o Battery: Accu Pack (NiMH) o Charging time: 10h o Indoor range: up to 50 meters o Outdoor range: up to 300 meters o Dimensions (H x W x D in mm) and Weights: Handset: 151,9 x 50,3 x 33,8 / 122g Base: 90,4 x 109,5 x 71 / 110g Charger: 26,5 x 71 x 74,5 Base station o Power supply: 230 V linear plug-in power supply o Charging cradle in base unit o Wall mountable o Paging key on front of base o Connection of 1 external line o Connection of up to 4 handsets External charger (for Duo, Trio & HS Bundle) o Wall mountable Package contents o 1 Handset o 1 Base station o 1 Battery-pack o 1 Power supply unit o 1 Telephone cord o 1 User manual Color: black
Other packages o System Duo o System Triple o AM System o AM System Duo o HS Bundle (not all regions)
Market introduction o Market launch in September 2007 (Germany)
Name Michael Zenz
Org. SHC PM V
Copyright Siemens AG 2007
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