Sony Ericsson G30 user manual

User manual for the device Sony Ericsson G30

Device: Sony Ericsson G30
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Ericsson G30 / G35
Fixed Wireless Terminal for GSM Mobile Networks
User Guide

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EN/LZT 151 233 R1A © Ericsson AB 2006 — All Rights Reserved

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Table of Contents Table of Contents Table of Contents .............................................. 3 Welcome ........................................................... 4 Fixed Wireless Terminal ..................................... 6 Installation ......................................................... 9 Connecting Devices to the FWT....................... 15 Advanced Features.......................................... 20 Troubleshooting...............................................

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Welcome Welcome Welcome to the User Guide for the G30 / G35 Fixed Wireless Terminal. Important information: Some of the services described in this guide might not be supported by all networks. Please, contact your network operator for information on different network services operational in your GSM network. The latest version of this user guide can be downloaded from: http://www.ericsson.com/enterprise/library/manual.shtml Disposal of the product Your product should not be placed

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Welcome Copyright No part of this document may be reproduced without the written permission of the copyright owner. The contents of this document are subject to revision without notice due to continued progress in methodology, design and manufacturing. Ericsson shall have no liability for any error or damage of any kind resulting from the use of this document. Warranty ERICSSON MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WITH REGARD TO THIS MATERIAL, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARR

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Fixed Wireless Terminal Fixed Wireless Terminal Product Description The FWT is a flexible and cost-effective solution for connection to the wireless GSM network when there is no fixed line infrastructure or if you need additional telephone lines. The G35 can also be connected to a PBX so you can benefit from the Least Cost Routing (LCR) capabilities offered by most PBX vendors to optimize your costs by routing outgoing calls to mobile phones through the GSM network. The FWT allows auto

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Fixed Wireless Terminal Supplied Parts After unpacking, please check that the following parts and list of components are included: List of Components 1. FWT unit 2. Antenna 3. 4 x mounting screws 4. Power cable (USA, UK, EU or AUS) 5. AC/DC adapter 6. Wall mount bracket 7. Telephone cable 8. Quick Guide and User Guide manuals Fixed Wireless Terminal: G30 and G35 models 7

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Fixed Wireless Terminal External Connector and Indicators 8 Fixed Wireless Terminal: G30 and G35 models

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Installation Installation SIM Card Your network operator provides you with a SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card. The SIM card contains information about your telephone number and the services included in your subscription. Preparing Your FWT You need to follow these steps before you install the FWT on the wall and finalize all connections. Warning: The FWT should be switched off before inserting or removing your SIM card or connecting any devices to the FWT. Assembly 1. Connect

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Installation 2. Remove the front cover, by pressing down and pushing the small tab that is in the center of the bottom part of the FWT. Open the SIM Card holder and insert the SIM Card. 3. Close the SIM Card holder, placing it horizontally and securing it with the sliding part of the holder. 4. Install the battery (optional) in the battery compartment (over the SIM Card). To do so, connect the battery cable to the FWT connector. Connect the black cable to the negative pole (-) of the

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Installation Switch on the FWT Connect the power supply. The FWT switches on automatically and the LED indicators start flashing. Note: If the Power LED is off, there is a problem with the power supply. Please refer to the topic Troubleshooting documented on page 28 for more detailed information. Enter PIN Most SIM cards are protected with a PIN (Personal Identity Number), which you get from your network operator and which you need in order to access the network. If the SIM card is n

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Installation Note: Once you have entered the PIN code for the first time, you will not have to enter it again unless you change your SIM card. The FWT performs this operation automatically in case of power failure. Network Search After you have switched on your FWT and entered the PIN, the FWT automatically searches for a network. When a network is found, the Radio LED is on or flashes depending on the GSM signal strength. Note: If the Radio LED is off, you do not have access to the GS

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Installation • Always select an iiiin n n nd d d do o o oo o o or r r r location, preferably close to a window and as high as possible in the building. Generally, you will experience better GSM signal strength in these places. • Do not install the FWT in a wet or damp location. • Do not install the FWT in an outdoor location. • Do not install the FWT on walls or in rooms that contain large amounts of metal, steel or wiring. • Do not expose the FWT to extreme temperatures (near radiat

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Installation Warning: Once you have fixed the FWT to the wall and switched it on, check the final status of the LEDs. If either one is off, then there is a problem with the power supply or the GSM signal. Now the FWT is ready for connecting devices and making calls. Note: If you want to remove the FWT from the wall bracket, then you have to press the tab (step 1) as indicated in the following picture and then slide the FWT upwards (step 2). 14 Fixed Wireless Terminal: G30 and G35

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Connecting Devices to the FWT Connecting Devices to the FWT Warning: Before you start any connections please refer to the topic Product Care and Safety documented on page 37 for more detailed information and contact your network operator if you have any questions. Warning: To ensure good protection against electrical discharges and the best audio quality, proper grounding of the power supply is strongly recommended. Connecting devices to the FWT Connect the devices to the FWT (RJ11 con

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Connecting Devices to the FWT Note: When making the connections, the two-wire telephone cable polarity does not matter. Tip: If your home or company is already wired with telephone cable, you only need to connect the cable to the FWT RJ11 connector and your telephone line will be up and running in all rooms. Note: The telephone wire must be installed indoors. Note: The telephone wire should not exceed 600 meters. Checking the connections Once the devices (up to 3) have been connected

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Connecting Devices to the FWT Warning: In order to avoid GSM interferences (noise), place the FWT at least three (3) meters (horizontal) away from electronic devices, including the telephone equipment connected to the FWT, or other household electronic devices such as televisions or radio receivers. The difference in height should be at least 2 meters (vertical). This is not necessary if you use telephone devices that fulfill the Immunity Characteristics settled by the IEC CISPR-24 st

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Connecting Devices to the FWT • The PBX can be programmed to utilize Least Cost Routing (LCR), if available, to automatically choose the trunk where the G35 FWT is connected. • If the PBX does not offer LCR, choose the trunk where the FWT is connected manually with a special dialed prefix. Check the installation in the same way as before. The G35 FWT is compatible with most analog PBXs on the market. G35 FWT connectivity to the analog trunk of the PBX If the PBX fulfils the requireme

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Connecting Devices to the FWT If the PBX does not offer the LCR option, choose the FWT trunk manually with a specific prefix. Check the installation in the same way as before. If you encounter problems, contact your distributor or network operator. Warning: The PBX may require specific programming: both programming and installation should be done by specialized service personnel. Using telephones Telephones connected to the FWT work in the same way as if they were connected to a fixed l

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Advanced Features Advanced Features If a DTMF telephone is connected to the FWT, the following features can be accessed. Changing Volume During a call, you can increase or decrease the reception volume level. • Increase volume: dial R#### • Decrease volume: dial R**** Call Divert You can divert incoming calls to another phone number when you are unable to answer. The following table shows the divert alternatives as well as the way to proceed to manage this function. Note: These dia


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