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									                      Quick Start Guide

             Omega Analog to Digital Converter
                             Omega ADC




                            Initial Release: 2-21-2004
                               Revised: 4-23-2004




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                                                  Chapter 1 Introduction

Wireless Communication Overview

Since the early 1990s, wireless communication has been shifted from the first generation of
Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS) standard technology, to the 2nd generation technology
of digital cellular technology. The 2nd generation (2G) includes the CDMA and GSM
technology both have deployed heavily in North America and worldwide. Due to its digital
nature, the 2G technology has a much better utilization of bandwidth and can support a much
large number of users in the same given bandwidth when compare with the AMPS technology.
As such the wireless carrier service providers are beginning to stop the offering AMPS services
to their customers. Many of the equipments that were built with the analog modems and depend
on the AMPS services will have to seek other alternative.

The Telenetics solution is to build the Omega Digital series of wireless modem to operate in the
CDMA or GSM network environment and can interface, connect and convert the legacy
equipment with build-in analog modem, which previously can only operate in AMPS or PSTN
lines, to the head end host computer via the wireless cellular digital network.


The Telenetics Solution:

The product described in the document, refer to as the Omega Analog to Digital Converter
(OADC), is a standalone device that is to install at the remote site and connect the remote
terminal unit (RTU), utility meter, or end point device, internally equipped with an analog
modem, to the remote host computer by means of the cellular CDMA or GSM technology.
Typical network configuration of the OADC is listed in Figure 1.

The OADC is primarily designed to interface with a RTU or end point device equipped with an
internal voice band modem. The OADC consists of a motherboard and a daughter board. The
motherboard consists of the microprocessor and the peripheral components such as the flash
memory and data RAM. The daughter board consists of a modem data pump and the subscriber
line interface chip (SLIC). The primary function of the motherboard is to interface with the
cellular transceiver, the modem data pump and the SLIC within the daughter board. It also
controls and manages the data traffic to and from the daughter board. The primary function of
the daughter board is to interface with the analog modem within the meter, RTU or any end point
devices. The daughter board provides all the necessary voltages, ring signals and on-hook and
off-hook detection and control similar to a Telco central office.

If the daughter board is removed from the OADC, the Omega unit with only the motherboard is
capable of interface directly to an external DTE (RTU or end point device) with an RS-232 or
RS485 serial port interface.



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The features of the Omega ADC contains the following features:

Mechanical and environmental:
      Standalone unit in a 7” x 7” x 3.3” polycarbonate, NEMA 4X enclosure
      Power supply input is from 90 to 304 volts AC
      Operating temperature is from -30 to +60 C
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      Relative humidity is from 5 to 90%, non condensing

Cellular Interface:
        Both CDMA/1xRTT and GSM/GPRS will be supported such that it will be
           interchangeable in the field by authorized technician.
        Cellular CDMA transceiver is capable of supporting 800 and 1900 Mhz bands.
        GSM interface is capable of supporting 800/1900 Mhz bands for all major carriers
           within North America. For international market, a separate 900/1800 Mhz
           transceiver will be used.
        Low profile quad-band antenna supports 800/900, and 1800/1900 Mhz bands
        Optional external antenna is supported by a TNC connector mounted on the top of the
           enclosure.

Modem Data Pump/SLIC Interface:
      The Omega ADC unit will support dial-up analog modems that use the Tip & Ring
        signal pair identical to PSTN lines
      The OADC operates in a non-transparent mode due to network latency.
      The OADC operates in full duplex data mode and is capable of supporting connection
        originated by the Host end (out-bound) or by the RTU end (in-bound)
      The OADC is designed to connect to dial-up modems capable of dialing out using
        DTMF signaling. Pulse dialing is not supported.
      The OADC’s internal modem will support Bell 212, V22, V22bis, V27, V32, V32bis
        and V34 modes.
      RTU/DTE speed will support 1200, 2400, 9600 and 19200 bps asynchronous mode
      Modem character format is 8-N-1
      Modem interface meets ANSI 496A specifications for dial line
      DTMF dial tone generation is support for OFF-Hook condition
      Voice mode is not supported
      DTMF detection support modem initiated dialing and call origination
      Ring signal to support type B and minimum of 2 ringer’s equivalence
      Off hook current shall be capable of support “old” phone set and modems
      Line current reversal for disconnect signaling
      Continuous short circuit protection at ring and tip interface
      Surge protection again metallic and longitudinal voltages
      Central office emulation compatible with industrial standard DAA (modem) design
      Fast connection to RTU modem upon detection of first ring signal
      Option 8-port module for up to 8 analog modems


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DTE/RTU Serial Interface

           DTE/RTU port is enabled when the modem board is removed
           When enable, both RS-232 or RS485 are supported
           Full complement of RS-232/DB9 data and controls signals are supported
           4 wire full duplex and 2 wire half duplex are supported by the RS-485 port
           DTE speed is from 1200 to 19200 bps, asynchronous.

Operation and Diagnostic Features
       Seven L.E.D. for status indicators and RSSI, switch selectable
              Power,
              Transmit Data,
              Receive Data,
              Modem Ready,
              Transceiver Ready,
              Ring Detect,
              Off-Hook,
       DIP switch for modem speed and cellular transceiver configuration
       Remote loopback enabled by host
       Remote configuration monitor
       Maximum on-line timer configure by AT commands
       Periodic and automatic de-register and re-register to cellular network




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                                                     Chapter 2 Installation
Installation Procedure

1.   Obtain Cellular Service
     Contact your service provider to get a phone number. Once you have a phone number,
     program this number into the transceiver of Omega ADC.


2.   Set up the Omega’s Configuration

          a. Setting the DIP Switch to match you meter’s internal modem
                    SW1 and SW2 - Baud Rate Setting
                         - For Omega ADC, it is the receiving speed of analog modem.
                         - Baud Rate setting, see table 2-1
                         - The default setting of Omega ADC set to be auto mode. Both SW1
                             and SW2 are ON. In this mode, the analog modem can
                             automatically detect and use appropriate modulation and speed to
                             handshake with the internal modem of meter.
                    SW3 – OFF
                    SW4 - OFF.
                    SW5 – Diag/RSSI for LED indication. See section 4 of Chapter 2 for
                       detail.
                    SW6 – OFF.
                    SW7 – OFF.
                    SW8- Serial Port Communication (RS232/ RS485)
                         - For OADC, the baud rate of command port is fixed to be 9600 with
                             no flow control.

                        SW9 – 2W or 4W for RS485 full duplex communication.
                        SW10 – OFF (Set to ON for testing Mode).


                          SW 1               SW 2             Baud Rate
                          OFF                OFF              1200
                          OFF                ON               2400
                          ON                 OFF              9600
                          ON                 ON               AUTO DETECT
                                             Table 2-1




                       Dip Switch default setting:

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                     SW1 (ON), SW2 (ON), SW3 (OFF), SW4 (OFF), SW5 (OFF), SW6
                     (OFF), SW7 (OFF), SW8 (OFF), SW9 (OFF), SW10 (OFF).


          b. Connect the Omega ADC to Your Meter
             Connect the RJ11 cable of Omega ADC to your meter

          c. Verify the operation mode

             J45       DIG                      ANA
             Operation Digital interface        Analog converter
             Mode                               (Default)



          d. Verify the type of wireless transceiver

                \ J46    CDMA                          GSM
             J47 \
             A           SB555                         G20
             B           KYOCERA                       KYOCERA




3.   Connect the Power to the Omega ADC
     90 – 304 VAC

4.   LED Indication
         a. Diagnosis Mode (SW5 – OFF)
             TXD: Transmitting data to remote host side.
             RXD: Receiving data from remote host side.
             MOD: Analog modem is ready.
             CELL: Transceiver is ready.
             RI: Ring detected.
             OH: the RTU is off hook.

          b. RSSI Mode (SW5 – ON)
             RSSI6: ON = Excellent signal
             RSSI5: ON = Good signal
             RSSI4: ON = Fair signal
             RSSI3: ON = Poor signal
             RSSI2: ON = Very poor signal
             RSSI1: ON = Registered with service provider


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5.   Test the Omega Unit

          a. Call the Omega ADC phone number for a modem connection
             Dial the Cellular phone number from the central computer to make a connection
             to the meter. After establishing the connection between central computer and
             meter, the bi-directional communication and data transfer is ready.

          b. Originate a data call from a modem connected to the Omega ADC
             Dial the phone number of central computer from the meter’s modem. The modem
             of meter is the originator of this phone call. Once modem of central computer
             answers the phone call, this connection will be established. The bi-directional
             communication data transfer is ready.




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6.   Set Up Special Options for Your Applications

          a. Know the speed of the modem in you meter
             Due to non-standard modems, there may be necessary to change the SW1 and
             SW2 to match the speed of modem in your meter if the default baud rate setting
             cannot synchronize with your modem properly. For detail, please check 2.a
             section of Chapter 2.

          b. Set for a maximum online timer
             The default setting of online timer is 0 (never time out). This timer can be
             changed by the AT*T command.

          c. Set for a maximum register timer
             The default setting of register timer is 14400 seconds (4 hours). The timer can be
             changed by the AT*R command.

7.   AT Command Set
     You can issue the AT commands from the central computer or command port of Omega
     ADC. RS232/485 ports can be used for command port.

     AT*? – List the OADC commands.

     AT*D =[string] – set auto dialup phone number
     AT*D? – Display the auto dialup phone number
     Default: Empty

     AT*DEBUG = number

              0: disabled to display the debugging message
              1: enabled to display the debugging message
              2: directly connected to transceiver. The input/output will directly reroute to
              transceiver.
              3: directly connected to modem. The input/output will directly reroute to modem.
               Note: 2 and 3 validated for local command port only.
     Default: 1

     AT*DTR=[1 or 0] – Enable or disable DTR dialing
     AT*DTR? – Display DTR dialing activation
     Default: 0

     AT*DW? – Display the dialing waiting time.
     AT*DW=[number] – Set the dialing waiting time (from 1 to 10 seconds). The OADC will
     dial the phone number out which it just detected at RTU port if no more dialing for “dialing
     waiting time”.
     Default: 3

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    AT*E0 – Echo OFF
    AT*E1 – Echo ON
    Default: Echo on.

    AT*ESC? – Reporting the escape string
    AT*ESC = <string> - Set the escape sequential string, maximum length is 9 characters.
    The default string will be “*+*+*+”. After issuing this AT command, OADC will enter the
    command mode. The commands can be issued from central computer, RTU or command
    ports. While in this command mode, the established wireless communication will NOT cut
    off until the central computer hangs up the call. In another word, hanging up the RTU will
    not cut off the communication.
    Default: *+*+*+

    AT*F – Restore Omega OADC default configuration

    AT*H – Hang up the connection

    AT*I – Display the firmware version

    AT*IPR= [baud] - Set controller – transceiver baud rate
    AT*IPR? – Display controller – transceiver baud rate
    Default: 19200

    AT*LOOP – Enter loopback mode.

    AT*MS? – Reporting the current modem carrier type
    AT*MS=<carrier> - Setting the modem carrier type
    Default: V92

    AT*Q0 – Response display ON
    AT*Q1 – Response display OFF
    Default: ON

    AT*R= [secs] – Set transceiver re-registration interval
    AT*R? – Display transceiver re-registration interval.
    Default: 14400 (4 hours).

    AT*RESET – Restart system
    AT*RSSI – Display Received Signal Strength




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    AT*RING? - Display the ring cadence to RTU
    AT*RING=[number] – Set the ring cadence to RTU
     AT*RING=      ON               OFF
     0             2 seconds        4 seconds
     1             2 seconds        2 seconds
     2             2 seconds        1 seconds
     3             1 second         2 seconds
     4             1 second         1 second

    Default: 0 (2-second Ring ON and 4 –second Ring OFF).



    AT*S0? – Display the number of ringing to auto answer
    AT*S0=[number] – Set the number of ringing to answer the call. The transceiver will not
    pick up the incoming call until the analog modem has synchronized with the remote
    modem if the ring number set to 0.
    Default: 1



    AT*T = [secs] – Set maximum connection time.
    AT*T? – Display maximum connection time.
    Default: 0

    AT*V0 – Response Codes
    AT*V1 – Response Message
    Default: Response Message.

    AT*W – Saved the configuration changes.


              Modulation                   Carrier          Possible baud rate
              Bell 103                     B103             300
              Bell 212                     B212             1200 Rx/75 or 75 Rx/1200 Tx
              V.21                         V21              300
              V.22                         V22              1200
              V.22 bis                     V22B             2400 or 1200
              V.32                         V32              9600 or 4800
              V.32 bis                     V32B             14400, 12000, 9600, 7200,
                                                            4800
              V.34                         V34              33600, 31200, 28800, 26400,
                                                            24000, 21600, 19200, 16800,
                                                            14400, 12000, 9600, 7200,
                                                            4800, 2400

                           TABLE 2-2

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                                                     Dual Band
     LED                                              Antenna
 Status/RSSI                                                       Jumpers
                                                                 J45/J46/J47




                                                                      Modem
                                                                     Interface
                                                                       Board

  AC Power
   Supply
   Module

                                                                       RJ-11
 Cofiguration                                                        To Modem
   Switch




                      AC Power                     To
                        Input                     Modem


                 Figure 1 Omega ADC Installation diagram




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           Figure 2 CDMA Network Diagram with Omega ADC




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