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Megaplex-2100 Modules

Single/Dual E1/T1 Digital Voice Compression

VF modules connect and compress
E1/T1 PBX voice trunks for efficient
transmission over IP or TDM
networks. Each single-slot VF
module provides one or two E1 or
T1 ports (external ports). The
timeslots received from the E1/T1
trunks are compressed using
standard algorithms such as
G.723.1 (6.4 or 5.3 kbps per
channel), or G.729A (8.0 kbps per
channel). Compression methods
are user-selectable per bundle.
VF modules are available in the
following versions:
VF-24 supports a single T1 trunk
VF-30 supports a single E1 trunk
VF-48 supports two T1 trunks
FEATURES Signaling supported: VF-60 supports two E1 trunks.
CAS, including R2 and
Digital compression of Since the VF modules can
E&M compress and transmit an entire
24/30/48/60 digital voice
channels Transparent transmission E1/T1 trunk using as little as
of CCS 3 timeslots, Megaplex can utilize
User-selectable compression 8 bundles for facilitating
the remaining main link bandwidth
rates: 8 kbps (G.729A), to provide additional services such
5.3 kbps (G.723.1), or point-to-multipoint as data, Ethernet LAN, POTS
6.4 kbps (G.723.1) applications and/or management, all on one
Built-in adaptive G.168 platform (see Figure 1).
V.17, V.29 fax relay and echo-canceller tolerating up Multiple VF modules enable
automatic voice/fax
switching, for all channels to 16 msec delay Megaplex to compress and
transmit as many as 300/240
V22bis , V32bis Data DTMF/MFR2/MFC tone digital voice channels (10 full
Modem Relay up to signal detection, generation E1/T1 trunks) over a single E1/T1
14.4 kbps for each channel and relay link. This results in very efficient
utilization of E1/T1 or
Onboard framer supports Transparent relay mode for SDH/SONET networks (see
ISDN PRI or T1/E1 PBX data or management Figure 2).
trunks, with DSU, CSU/LTU channels
interface Diagnostics include
Voice activity detection, loopbacks towards local and
silence suppression, and remote PBXs, and local loop
comfort noise generation for per timeslot bundle
efficient bandwidth Plug into any I/O slot of the
utilization MP-2100/2104 chassis
Megaplex-2100 Modules

Single/Dual E1/T1 Digital Voice Compression Modules
of the PBX channels, silence
To facilitate point-to-multipoint suppression allows only channels Group III fax relay, as well as all
applications, the PBX voice that are transmitting actual common modem rates and
channel timeslots can be grouped standards, are supported by VF
conversation to fill main link
together into up to 8 separate timeslots; periods of silence are modules. Standard fax
bundles (internal ports). Up to removed. At the remote side transmission rates between 2.4 to
30 (E1 modules) or 24 (T1 14.4 kbps are available, with rate
comfort noise is inserted to
modules) channels can be recreate the periods of silence that fallback capability, to
assigned to each internal port. were removed, so that the quality automatically switch to the next
Each internal port can be routed lower data rate supported by both
of the call is not noticeably
to a different main link or IP affected. communicating faxes. Modem
destination (if using ML-IP). transmissions are handled as voice
Likewise, each internal port can These methods use less band data.
operate at a different voice bandwidth to transmit the same
encoding rate and/or fax rate. amount of voice channel, without
A built-in adaptive echo canceller
is provided for canceling the
degrading the quality of the call.
With regular TDM voice encoding The user can select the amount of
near-end hybrid echo. The echo
methods alone, much bandwidth canceller enables acceptable voice
bandwidth (number of timeslots
is wasted when normal periods quality on voice lines with long
on the main link) that will be
of silence occur during a delay, such as long-distance calls
allocated per internal port, in
telephone call. VF modules or calls over non-terrestrial links
accordance with the desired
feature Voice Activity Detection (e.g. satellite). Echo delays of up to
compression rate and the
(VAD) and silence suppression 16 msec are tolerated.
statistical periods of silence
techniques, to maximize
bandwidth utilization. After the
G.723.1 or G.729A compression


Figure 1. Combining Compressed Digital Voice, Analog Voice and Data

Megaplex-2100 Modules

Single/Dual E1/T1 Digital Voice Compression Modules

SPECIFICATIONS Adaptive Echo Canceller Indicators

Supports delays of up to 16 msec ALARM (red) indicates fault
GENERAL per channel, as per G.168 detected on module
Silence Suppression Per port:
Module Versions ON LINE (green) lights when
VF-24: single T1 port G.723.1A, G.729B
port is connected and
VF-30: single E1 port Signaling functioning
VF-48: two T1 ports CAS, including R2 and E&M TST (yellow) indicates test being
VF-60: two E1 ports Transparent CCS performed on port
Number of Internal Ports Transparent Timeslot Mode LOC/Red Alarm (red) indicates
(Timeslot Bundles) Selected timeslots can be local sync loss on port
Up to 8 transmitted transparently for data REM (red)/Yellow Alarm (yellow)
or management relay indicates remote sync loss on port
Number of Voice Channels
(Timeslots) per Internal Port Timing Modes Configuration
T1 modules: up to 24 INT Mode: Clock is provided by Programmable via the Megaplex
E1 modules: up to 30 MP-2100 to the PBX management system

Voice Encoding Rate LBT Mode: Clock is provided by Power Consumption

the PBX to MP-2100
Selectable per internal port: Module Current Power
G.729A: 8 kbps per channel Diagnostics [A] [W]
G.723.1: 6.4 kbps or 5.3 kbps Auto self-test activated upon
VF-24 1.0 5.0
per channel power-up and during normal
VF-30 1.2 5.8
Supported Fax Rates Local loopback towards the local VF-48 1.6 8.0
Group III rates, selectable per VF-60 1.7 8.3
PBX trunk
internal port:
Remote loopback towards the Note: VF modules utilize the +5 VDC line
2.4, 4.8, 7.2, 9.6, 12.0, 14.4 kbps
remote PBX trunk only.
Bandwidth Allocation on Trunk Local loopback on each internal
Selectable, according to the port (bundle)
programmed voice encoding rate
Acceptable Channel Bit Error
1 x 10-3 or better

Figure 2. Compressed Voice over SDH/SONET Network

Megaplex-2100 Modules

Single/Dual E1/T1 Digital Voice Compression Modules


Voice Channels Voice Channels
Up to 24 (per port) Up to 30 (per port) MP-2100M-VF-24/T1
Single T1 Digital Voice Compression
Data Rate Data Rate Module for MP-2100/2104
1.544 Mbps (per port) 2.048 Mbps (per port)
Standards Standards MP-2100M-VF-30/E1
AT&T TR-62411, Pub. 54016, ITU-T Rec. G.703, G.704, G.732 Single E1 Digital Voice Compression
ANSI T1.403, ITU-T Rec. G.703, Module for MP-2100/2104
G.704 G.732N MP-2100M-VF-48/T1
Framing G.732N with CRC-4 Dual T1 Digital Voice Compression
D4 (SF), ESF G.732S Module for MP-2100/2104
Line Code G.732S with CRC-4
Line Code MP-2100M-VF-60/E1
HDB3 Dual E1 Digital Voice Compression
Zero Suppression Module for MP-2100/2104
Transparent (AMI coding - no Transmit Signal Level
zero suppression) Balanced: 3V (10%) OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
B7ZS Unbalanced: 2.37V (10%)
Receive Signal Levels Adapter for VF-30/60 modules
(software-selectable) 0 to -10 dB without LTU
converting an E1 port RJ-45
Transmit Signal Level Timing
Nominal level: 2.7V (10%), connector into a pair of BNC
Internal or loopback connectors for unbalanced coax
software-selectable, measured at
0-655 ft Jitter Performance interface
Per ITU-T G.823
Receive Signal Levels
0 to -10 dB without CSU Line Type
Balanced: 4-wire, 120
Timing Unbalanced: coax, 75,
Internal or loopback (jumper-selectable)
Jitter Performance Connectors (per port)
Per AT&T TR-62411 Balanced: 8-pin RJ-45
Line Type Note: An MP-CBL-RJ45/2BNC/E1 adapter
Balanced 4-wire, 100 can be ordered to convert an E1 port RJ-45
connector into a pair of BNC connectors
Connectors (per port) for unbalanced coax interface.
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Figure 3. 112 Analog POTS Compression and Extension on a Single Chassis Tel: (201) 529-1100
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