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Electronic user’s guide released subject to "Nokia User’s Guides Terms and Conditions, 7th June, 1998
Nokia 22 Operator’s Guide
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY We, NOKIA MOBILE PHONES Ltd declare under our sole responsibility that the product TME-1 is in conformity with the following Council Directive: 1999/5/EC. Copyright © Nokia Mobile Phones Ltd 2001. All rights reserved. Reproduction, transfer, distribution or storage of part or all of the contents in this docu- ment in any form without the prior written permission of Nokia is prohibited. Nokia and Nokia Connecting People are registered trademarks of Nokia Corporation. O
Table of Contents Installing the antenna 1. Product overview.........5 adapter .......................................23 Package contents ...................... 6 System requirements ............... 7 4. PBX installation.........24 Network services ....................... 7 Functionality in trunk mode 24 Operating environment ........... 7 Functionality in extension mode ...........................................25 2. Product features..........9 Connecting the Nokia 22 GSM terminal ............
9. Care and maintenance...................44 10. Troubleshooting ......46 First things to check ..............46 Light indicator 3 is blinking .46 No tone can be heard when you lift the receiver ................46 Call is disconnected immediately after answering 47 Appendix: Supplementary services ......................... 48 How the supplementary services work ............................48 Number identification ...........48 Call forwarding (Call offering) ...........................49 Call wa
Product overview 1. Product overview The Nokia 22 PBX connectivity terminal is a GSM terminal that can be used for both digital and analogue Private Branch Exchange (PBX) connections. The ter- minal is composed of a GSM terminal and an application module for PBX con- nections. The application module features PBX connection interfaces for both trunk (public side) and extension (private side) connections. In addition to PBX connectivity solutions, the terminal can also be used in con- junction w
Product overview Package contents The Nokia 22 basic sales package 1 Nokia 22 sales package 2 Nokia 22 User’s Guide 3 Nokia 22 GSM terminal 4 Application module 5 Power source with a wall rack, AC and DC cables 6 Screws ©2001 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved. 6
Product overview System requirements The Nokia 22 PBX connectivity terminal can be connected to a digital or ana- logue PBX. The terminal can be connected either to the trunk connector or the extension connector of the PBX. The application module has two RJ-11 connec- tors for both type of connections. Only one of the connectors can be used at a time. The terminal can be configured using a DTMF telephone or with the Nokia 22 Configurator Software. For further information , see “6. Accessories
Product overview equipment may also be subject to interference. The terminal should not be in- stalled outdoors. ©2001 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved. 8
Product features 2. Product features GSM terminal The GSM terminal features a dual band transceiver with built-in data capabili- ties, a SIM card reader, an antenna, a RS-232 data connector, a power supply and an application interface connector. The GSM terminal provides access to the data functionality of the GSM system including Short Message System (SMS) and High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD). The GSM terminal provides the subscriber data transmission, one connection at a time. The
Product features Application module The application module has two operating modes: extension mode and trunk mode. In extension mode the application module is connected to the analogue extension (private) interface of the PBX. In trunk mode the application module is connected to the analogue trunk (public) interface of the PBX. The application module complies with the ETS 300-001 standards for PBX trunk and extension connections. The application module can also be con- nected directly to a
Product features Support for analogue extension and trunk interfacing Loop reversal and loop interruption (detection and generating) Country specific R-key settings Application module functionality The application module can function in different modes when the Nokia 22 is connected to a PBX. For further information, see “ Functionality in trunk mode” on page 24 and “ Functionality in extension mode” on page 25. Call creation When the PBX or the telephone set connected to the Nokia 22 sw
Product features Call termination When the PBX or the telephone set connected to the Nokia 22 terminates the call by switching over to the ON-HOOK state, the Nokia 22 terminates the GSM connection immediately. When the B subscriber terminates the call, the GSM connection of the terminal is terminated as the PBX or the telephone set connected to the terminal switch- es over to the ON-HOOK state. Light indicators There are five light indicators on the Nokia 22. Light indicators 1 and 2 indicate
Product features Table 1: Application module light indicators 1 2 Description - On Extension mode is active. On - Trunk mode is active. On On Advanced setup mode is active. On- On- OK Blinking- Blinking- On On On- On- An error has occured. Blinking_ Blinking_ Contact service personnel. Blinking- Blinking- Blinking- Blinking- Blinking- Blinking- On On ©2001 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved. 13
Product features Table 2: GSM terminal light indicators 345Description ---Power is off. Blinking - - Power is on. The terminal is attempting to connect to the telephone network. On - - In service. On - On Call in progress. On Blinking - The terminal has received a call. - Blinking - Enter the PIN code. Blinking Blinking - Enter the PUK code. On On On The terminal has received an SMS message or voice mail. On On Blinking The terminal has no space for new SMS messages. The oldest message is
Product features Note: The DC connector’s middle contact has negative (-) polarity and the outer contact has positive (+) polarity. Supplementary services These features are network services. They are special services provided by wire- less network service providers and differ from one network and country to an- other. For details, check with the local network service provider. The Nokia 22 supports the GSM Phase 2+ Supplementary Services 1 Number identification 2 Call offering 3 Call completio
Product features means of light indicators and also by means of tone in the telephone set’s re- ceiver. For further information, see “ Short Message Service (SMS)”on page 15. High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD) The GSM terminal supports High Speed Circuit Switched Data that enables a data transmission speed of up to 43.2 kbps. The High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD) relies on the simultaneous use of multiple GSM timeslots. For the terminal data transfer modes, see “7. Technical spe
Product features Intensity of Field (IOF) The Intensity of Field (IOF) feature indicates the strength of the received radio signal. The IOF is indicated by the light indicators. The feature can be activated with a DTMF telephone connected to the terminal’s trunk connector. To activate the feature, key in 777**#. The feature is automatically deactivated when the DTMF telephone’s receiver is replaced on the hook. For further information on the IOF feature, see “3. Setting up the terminal” on
Setting up the terminal 3. Setting up the terminal Before the Nokia 22 PBX connectivity terminal can be used it must be installed properly. In the following instructions it is assumed that the PIN code request and the AutoPIN feature are active. To use the Nokia 22 for the first time, proceed as follows: 1 Install the SIM card. 2 Mount the GSM terminal on the application module. 3 Connect the power supply to the terminal and to an AC wall outlet. 4 Connect a DTMF telephone to the terminal. 5
Setting up the terminal Mounting the GSM terminal Mount the GSM terminal on the application module using the three screws supplied with the terminal. Connecting the power supply 1 Connect the power cord from the power sup- ply to the GSM terminal. 2 Connect the power supply to an AC wall out- let. Connecting a telephone Connect the DTMF telephone to the application module’s trunk connector (RJ- 11). Warning! To avoid damage to the devices, the telephone set must be connected to the trunk co
Setting up the terminal When light indicator 4 blinks, lift the receiver. When the enter PIN code tone is heard, enter the PIN code followed by #. The OK tone is heard and light indicator 3 lights up. If the operation fails, see “ Entering PIN code does not succeed” on page 30. When the terminal is being connected for the first time or after a power cut, it takes 20-30 seconds before the terminal is connected to the network. Light indicator 3 on the GSM terminal lights up and indicates that
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