INSTALLATION AND

OPERATION MANUAL

KML.1/N, KML.2/N,
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Kilomux-2100/2104

Installation and Operation Manual

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..........2/N..............2 Installing KML Modules ................1-3 Timing Modes ..........................1-5 Technical Specifications........................................................................................................................................... Introduction 1............................3-1 Chapter 4.................................. and KML.........................4 Overview................. Installation and Operation 2.................................1 3......................................................................................................................1/N.................4-4 Appendix A...................................1-5 Chapter 2....................1-4 Timing Modes Supported by the KML.........................................1 4.............................................1 2.........Contents Chapter 1...........4/N Modules.................................1-5/N Kilomux-2100/2104 i ................................................................................1-5 Diagnostics and Maintenance Functions ....................................................... Connector Pinouts KML.................... Troubleshooting and Diagnostics 4.......................................4-1 Local Main Link Loop ................................2-1 Chapter 3................................4-1 Main Link Loops............................2 Alarm Messages .........................................................................................4-1 Remote Main Link Loop ..........1 1................................................................4-1 Diagnostics ......................1-3 Timing Modes Supported by KML..................................3-1 Module Parameters ................................................................................................................................................................................................................1-2 Physical Description ..2-1 Normal Indications ....................................................................4-2 Remote Main Link Modem Loop ............................3 1..1-4 Management ............3/N................................... Configuration 3.2 Configuration Instructions .......................... KML................. KML.......................Loop 2 ....................................................5/N Module ........1-3 Functional Description..............................................1-1 Application ...........2 1...........................................................................................

Table of Contents ii Installation and Operation Manual KML.1-5/N Kilomux-2100/2104 .

When the information is applicable only to specific modules/interface options. 32. Table 1-1. 128. 192. 56. 56. applications. 28. 48. additional main link modules are available. 256. 64. 32. the complete module designation is used.3/N RS-530 DB-25. 56.4. female (Kilomux-2104) Supported Data Rates 9.8. 512.4/N X.10 or higher. 768 . The other modules are covered by separate Installation and Operation manuals.6. 32. 14.2. 128.1/N V.Chapter 1 Introduction 1. 19. 768.1-5/N In this manual. 128 kbps KML. 512. 192.6.1 Overview This manual describes the technical characteristics. the generic name KML is used when the information is applicable to all the module types listed above. and the supported data rates.6. 48. The same functionality is available as a main link interface option for the Kilomux-2104 multiplexer.2 software version 3. In addition to the main link interface modules listed in Table 1-1. Kilomux-2100/2104 Main Link Interface Modules Designation Interface Standard KML. 14.2. *1536 kbps KML. Note KML. 384. female (Kilomux-2100) • DB-25. Table 1-1 also lists the interface standard supported by each module. 384.2.2/N RS-232 DB-25. 28. 64. 64. 19. and operation of the main link interface modules for the Kilomux-2100 TDM multiplexer.5/N G. female KML. female 9.8. and to the corresponding type of Kilomux main link interface option. KM-2100-2104 Overview 1-1 . *1024. female 9.703 Codirectional 8-pin RJ-45 Note 64. 19. *1536 kbps KML. *1024.35 Connector • 34-pin. 256. the type of main link connector provided on the module front panel. installation.4. listed in Table 1-1.21 DB-15. 48. 128 kbps Data rates marked with an asterisk (*) are supported by Kilomux-2100/2104 units with KCL.

When installed together with a KML module of the same or another type. and priority bumping. 1-2 Overview KML.1-5/N KM-2100-2104 . Additional information on these capabilities can be found in the Kilomux-2100/2104 Installation and Operation manual. KML KML KCL Modem I/O Modules KILOMUX-2100 Modem KCL I/O Modules KILOMUX-2100 Figure 1-1. redundancy. A typical system configuration is shown in Figure 1-1. Basic Application for Kilomux-2100/2104 Main Link Modules Kilomux-2100 systems can also be equipped with two KML modules. a digital multiplexer channel. it is possible to use most of the main link operating modes offered by the Kilomux-2100 system. for example. A KML module can be installed either alone in a Kilomux-2100 enclosure. or other type of digital link.Chapter 1 Introduction Installation and Operation Manual Application The basic use of these modules is to enable the connection of Kilomux-2100/2104 units by means of a modem link. dual-link operation. or together with another main link interface module.

1/N.3 Functional Description Timing Modes The KML modules support flexible system timing options: • • KML. KML.1-5/N With KML. Figure 1-5 and Figure 1-6 illustrate the front panels of the KML.5/N interface modules. and DCE. In Kilomux-2104 units.1/N. KML.703 CODIRECTIONAL Figure 1-2.5/N modules. Figure 1-3.3/N Figure 1-5.5 G. KML. KML.4/N Figure 1-6. KML. With KML.4 V.21 KML. 1. External DCE.2/N. KML.5/N Main link modules for the Kilomux-2100 units are delivered as separate modules.Installation and Operation Manual 1. KML.35 RS-232 RS-530/422 X. KM-2100-2104 Functional Description 1-3 . three main link timing modes are available: DTE.2 Chapter 1 Introduction Physical Description Figure 1-2. the main link is incorporated into one subsystem with power supply and common logic.2 KML. KML.4/N modules. KML. KML.1/N Note Figure 1-3.1 KML.2/N. Figure 1-4.2/N Figure 1-4.3/N.3 KML. two main link timing modes are available: internal (INT) and loopback (LBT). KML.4/N and KML.3/N and KML.

1-5/N KM-2100-2104 . which is selected by the user via the CLK_MASTER parameter (under DEF SYS).5/N Module • 1-4 Internal Timing – the internal timing source is an internal crystal oscillator located on the KML. The desired channel.3/N.Chapter 1 Introduction Installation and Operation Manual The Kilomux-2100/2104 allows the user to select a preferred timing reference source (main. The DTE2 timing is relevant for the data modules only.1/N. to the master clock of the network. Timing Modes Supported by KML.2/N. The source of the Kilomux-2100/2104 transmit clock can be either an internal crystal oscillator. KML. KML. • External DCE Timing – the Kilomux-2100/2104 provides the transmit path timing for the external equipment. and KML. source). or master. and a fallback mode for use in case the main source failed. located in the KML module. The timing reference source of the transmit timing signals can be selected as for the external DCE mode..4/N Modules • DTE Timing – both the receive and transmit paths of the Kilomux-2100/2104 unit use clock signals received from the external equipment. which has an accuracy of ±50 ppm. or an external source (the transmit clock of a channel of one of the data modules located in the unit). Timing Modes Supported by the KML. Another important application is to lock the timing of two Kilomux-2100 units. Normal buffer size is ±8 bits. the Kilomux-2100/2104 switches to an internal oscillator. If both the main and fallback sources fail. only one Kilomux-2100/2104 can use internal timing: the other Kilomux-2100/2104 must use loopback (LBT) timing to ensure synchronization.5/N module. The external DCE timing mode is useful when one or more of the Kilomux-2100/2104 channels are connected to a data network. and accepts an external receive clock signal for the receive path. Functional Description KML. e. When the timing mode is DTE or External DCE. In this way. The connected equipment must then use the DTE timing mode.g. The internal timing mode can be used in point-to-point links such as shown in Figure 1-1. In any link. The main characteristics of the timing mode supported by each module are explained in the following sections. to absorb the expected jitter and timing instabilities. must operate in the DTE2 timing mode. the receive buffer size can be increased to ±256 bits. the Kilomux-2100/2104 operating with internal timing is the source of the master clock and determines the timing of all the other units. buffers are inserted in the main link signal paths. or to a multiplexer channel. DTE timing is used to lock the timing of the local Kilomux-2100/2104 unit to the remote unit timing. or in independent networks. connected through a digital data network. for operation over satellite links. the modem serving the main link. • DCE Timing – the Kilomux-2100/2104 provides both the transmit and receive clock signals to the equipment to which it is connected.

the local Kilomux-2100/2104 transmit signal is returned to the receive path.1/N. the remote modem returns the receive signal toward the local modem. remote loss of synchronization. derived from the network timing. and local and remote system synchronization status. • When loop 2 is activated on a modem on a modem that supports this function. Management The operation of the KML modules can be controlled by the operator from a supervision terminal connected to the Kilomux-2100/2104. but both the local and the remote Kilomux-2100/2104 units successfully pass the local main link loops. Usually.54) are available to check the connections between the KML. and loopbacks. Additional testing and diagnostic functions can be performed by the operator from a supervision terminal. • When loop 3 is activated on a modem that supports this function. therefore.1-5/N KM-2100-2104 Technical Specifications 1-5 . The operator can monitor the operation of each main link interface module by means of front-panel indicators that indicate module status. loss of signal.3/N module and the modem serving the main link. In addition.Installation and Operation Manual • Chapter 1 Introduction Loopback Timing – with loopback timing.4 Technical Specifications Interface See Table 1-1 Bit Rate See Table 1-1 KML.2/N or KML. out-of-service. out-of-frame. The testing capabilities include local main link loopback (where the main link transmit signal is looped back to the input of the main link receive path). or when the main link is connected to a network that provides a master clock. the Kilomux-2100/2104 transmit signal is returned by the local modem on the receive path. The main link interface module stores alarms detected during its operation into its alarms buffer. idle sequence. these loops are activated after the remote main link loop fails. the main link transmit clock of the Kilomux-2100/2104 is locked to the recovered receive clock. These alarms can also be read by a supervision terminal. main link modem loopbacks (designated loop 2 and loop 3 by ITU-T Rec. Diagnostics and Maintenance Functions The KML modules perform self-test upon power-up. activity on the receive and the transmit paths of the main link. and remote main link (loopback toward the remote Kilomux-2100/2104. V. KML. This mode is used in point-to-point links when the remote unit operates in the internal timing mode. The buffer can store the following types of alarm events: local loss of synchronization. 1.

1-5/N KM-2100-2104 .Chapter 1 Introduction Installation and Operation Manual Connector See Table 1-1 Control Signals RS-232.5/N • Internal • External DCE • DCE • Loopback Alarms Triggered by the following events • Local loss of sync Self-tests • Power-up self-test • Remote loss of sync Indicators Diagnostics • Continuous self-test during normal operation Loopbacks • Local loopback • Remote loopback • Loop 2 and loop 3 on main link modem as defined in ITU-T Rec.36 Full local support of all control signals. KML.3/N. except RI X.35 Full local support of all control signals Clock Modes V.21 Local support of C and I signals KML.2/N.1/N. V. KML. V.4/N • DTE KML.54 Management 1-6 Technical Specifications Via supervisory terminal or RADview management system KML. and KML.

During normal operation the ON LINE indicator of the active module must be ON. KML. configuration and operation instructions contained in the Kilomux Installation and Operation manual. 2. The information presented in this chapter supplements the general Kilomux installation.2 Normal Indications The modules include the standard KML module indicators that are visible through the Kilomux-2100/2104 front panel. 2. The TX and RX indicators light in accordance with the activity on the main link. To prevent ESD damage. Connect the cables to the appropriate main link connector.Chapter 2 Installation and Operation This chapter provides installation instructions for the KML modules. Insert a main link module into assigned I/O slot of the Kilomux enclosure.1-5/N KM-2100/2104 Normal Indications 2-1 . To install the KML modules: 1. Caution The KML modules contain components sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD).1 Installing KML Modules The KML modules do not contain any user–configurable internal jumpers. and do not touch the module components or connectors. The module starts operating as soon as it is plugged into an operating enclosure. always hold the module by its sides. 2.

Chapter 2 Installation and Operation 2-2 Normal Indications Installation and Operation Manual KML.1-5/N KM-2100/2104 .

Assign the appropriate values to the module parameters (see Table 3-1). KML. using a supervision terminal. Before starting the configuration procedure. Refer to Table 3-1 for the description of the module parameters and their values. Type: DEF ML or DEF ML B<Enter> 2. obtain the list of prescribed parameters from the system administrator. Configuration of the KML module is performed by means of DEF ML or DEF ML B command.1 Configuration Instructions If the supervision terminal is not yet connected to the Kilomux system. refer to Kilomux-2100/2104 Installation and Operation manual for detailed description of the configuration procedure.1-5/N KM-2100/2104 3-1 . The selected parameter values are used by both KML modules that may be installed in a Kilomux-2100 enclosure. The DWLD column indicates whether a parameter can be downloaded from the master to the slave when downloading is enabled (Kilomux-2000/2004 units only).2 Module Parameters Table 3-1 explains the KML module parameters that can be configured. The instructions appearing in this section assume that you are familiar with the operation and capabilities of the supervision terminal. ³ To configure the KML module: 1.Chapter 3 Configuration This section provides instructions for the configuration of the KML. 3. The table also lists the parameter values included in the Kilomux-2100/2104 default configuration. 3. connect the terminal and start a configuration session in accordance with the instructions in Chapter 4 of the Kilomux system manual.1-5/N modules.

3/N and KML. 19. 1024*. 256.1/N.2/N. 48. and both signals are assumed to be continuously ON (the transmit data is then not held to MARK when the state of either external line is OFF) Default: INT 3-2 KML. 32. Determines the handling of the DSR and CTS signals for the modules KML. 14.5/N: 64. No Select the appropriate buffer size. KML. 19.8.Chapter 3 Configuration Installation and Operation Manual Table 3-1. KML.1/N. it is not recommended to select clock mode DTE2 for data channels. 28. 1536* KML. 64.3/N. 512. 64.2.2/N. the transmit data line are held to MARK 8: ±8 bits 256: ±256 bits EXT: When DSR and/or CTS signals are OFF. 48. select the handling of the DSR and CTS signals: INT if you want these lines to be ignored. 128 KML. 128 Default: 64 Notes: Data rates marked with an asterisk (*) are supported by Kilomux-2100/2104 units with KCL. KML. No Default: DTE KML. KML. Module Parameters Designation Function SPEED Determines the main link rate Values Configuration Guidelines DWLD KML.6. KML.1/N. When these signals are logically OFF. 56. and KML. KML.5/N: INT – Internal timing LBT – Loopback timing Default: INT BUFFER_SIZE DSR&CTS Determines the size of the main link receive buffer used in the DTE and E-DCE modes.4. 768. 32. 56. the transmit data line is held at MARK INT: The states of the external DSR and/or CTS signals are disregarded. 384.3/N modules.10 or higher.2.4/N: DTE – DTE timing DCE – DCE timing E-DCE – External DCE timing When the timing reference is the internal oscillator. TIMING Determines the system timing mode.2/N: 9. in accordance with the communication link media: ±256 bits for satellite links and ±8 bits for any other medium. Yes For KML. 128. KML. 192.2 software version 3.1-5/N KM-2100/2104 . or EXT if you want the transmit data to be held at MARK when either of these lines is OFF.4/N: Select the main link data rate specified for your Kilomux-2100/2104 No 9.2/N and KML.3/N.1/N.6.

This set includes the local main link loop.2 Diagnostics The standard set of test loops for main link modules is described in the Kilomux-2100/2104 Operation and Installation manual. since the loops are performed at the interface between the Kilomux unit and the other system elements. These loops provide information on the transmission equipment that provides the connection between the two Kilomux units. which are listed in the Kilomux-2100/2104 Operation and Installation manual. these loops also provide information on the functioning of the complete unit.1 Alarm Messages The KML modules generate the general messages of a main link module. KML. Main Link Loops The Kilomux supports two types of main link loops: • Test loops activated on the KML modules. and the remote main link modem loop 2. However. Local Main Link Loop Always perform a local main link loop on each of the two Kilomux units. These loops provide information on the functioning of the KML modules.Chapter 4 Troubleshooting and Diagnostics 4. • Test loops activated on the modem serving the main link. The following explains the main link loops. the remote main link loop. describes the front panel indications that are relevant to the interpretation of the test results. and in addition provide a recommended testing sequence that allows the identification of the general location of a fault.54 loops.1-5/N KM-2100/2104 Diagnostics 4-1 . V. the local main link modem loop 3. provided the modem supports ITU-T Rec. 4.

the local Kilomux is defective • The SYNC LOSS indicator of the local Kilomux must be Off. i. Doing so could cause the main link connection to be lost. The loop signal path is shown in Figure 4-2.Chapter 4 Troubleshooting and Diagnostics Installation and Operation Manual Local Main Link Loop . Remote Main Link Loop As a rule. In order to provide a keep-alive signal to the transmission equipment serving the link while the loop is activated. the local KML module returns the received signal toward the remote Kilomux.Signal Path When a local loop is activated on a KML module. connect the remote main link loop only if both Kilomuxes pass the local main link loop test successfully.1-5/N KM-2100/2104 . the line interface also transmits the signal to the line. If it lights.e. the main link transmit signal is returned to the input of the main link receive path at a point just before the line interface. If not. Local Main Link Loop. Signal Path Local Main Link Loop – Normal Indications and Fault Isolation Caution • The TEST indicator of the local Kilomux lights • The TXD and RXD indicators of the local Kilomux must light. User or Test Equipment User or Test Equipment Local KILOMUX Remote KILOMUX Figure 4-1.. Do not set up a local loop in a remote Kilomux with inband management. 4-2 Diagnostics KML. The loop signal path is shown in Figure 4-1. the local Kilomux is defective. Remote Main Link Loop – Signal Path The remote loop is connected on the local Kilomux unit.

the fault occurred in the remote Kilomux unit: check by performing a local main link loop on the remote unit. loop 2. If this loop is successful. Signal Paths Remote Main Link Loop – Normal Indications and Fault Isolation • The TEST indicator of the local Kilomux lights • The TXD and RXD indicators of the local and remote Kilomux units must light. If the RXD indicator of the remote Kilomux unit lights. 3. There is however a low probability that the fault occurred in the remote Kilomux unit: check by performing a local main link loop on the remote unit. but its TXD indicator is Off. probably there is a problem in the transmit path to the local unit. a fault is present. 4. If the RXD indicator of the local Kilomux unit lights.Installation and Operation Manual Chapter 4 Troubleshooting and Diagnostics Local KILOMUX Remote KILOMUX Figure 4-2. KML. 5. The fault is in the remote Kilomux: check by performing a local main link loop. If the TXD indicator of the remote Kilomux unit lights but the RXD indicator of the local Kilomux unit does not light. If the TXD indicator of the local Kilomux unit lights but the remote RXD indicator is Off. Usually. but its LOCAL SYNC LOSS indicator lights.Loop 3 The main purpose of the main link modem loop 3 is to check the connections between the KML module and the local modem. trace the fault by checking the indications in the order given below: 1. Remote Main Link Loop. this loop is activated after the remote main link loop fails but both the local and the remote Kilomux units successfully pass the local main link loops. the next loop to be performed is the remote main link modem loop. Local Main Link Modem Loop . the local Kilomux unit is defective. and the LOCAL SYNC LOSS indicator of the remote Kilomux unit must be Off. If there is a problem. If the TXD indicator of the remote Kilomux unit does not light. 2.1-5/N KM-2100/2104 Diagnostics 4-3 . There is however a low probability that the fault occurred in the local or remote Kilomux units: check by performing local main link loops. probably there is a problem in the transmit path to the remote unit.

The loop signal path is shown in Figure 4-3. 4-4 Diagnostics KML. User or Test Equipment Local Modem Local KILOMUX User or Test Equipment Remote Modem Remote KILOMUX Figure 4-3. the remote modem returns the receive signal toward the local modem. as a rule. and the LOCAL SYNC LOSS indicator must be Off. The loop signal path is shown in Figure 4-4. • The TXD and RXD indicators of the local Kilomux must light. Main Link Modem Loop 3.Chapter 4 Troubleshooting and Diagnostics Installation and Operation Manual Therefore. the Kilomux transmit signal is returned by the local modem on the receive path. therefore the local Kilomux transmit signal is returned to the receive path. As a rule. perform loop 3 only after successfully performing a local main link loop on the local Kilomux unit. Main Link Modem Loop 2 – Signal Path When loop 2 is activated on a modem that supports this function. perform loop 2 only after successfully performing loop 3 on the local Kilomux unit. or the modem itself. Remote Main Link Modem Loop . the connections to the modem. If not. Signal Path Main Link Loop 3 – Normal Indications and Fault Location • The TEST indicator of the Kilomux lights. are defective.Loop 2 The main purpose of the main link modem loop 2 is to check the link between the two modems that serve the main link.1-5/N KM-2100/2104 . Main Link Loop 3 – Signal Path When loop 3 is activated on a modem that supports this function.

Signal Path Main Link Modem Loop 2 – Normal Indications and Fault Location KML. the connections and/or the link between the two modems. • The TXD and RXD indicators of the local Kilomux must light. or the modems. and the LOCAL SYNC LOSS indicator must be Off.1-5/N • The TEST indicator of the Kilomux lights. are defective. If not.Installation and Operation Manual Chapter 4 Troubleshooting and Diagnostics User or Test Equipment Local Modem Local KILOMUX-2100 User or Test Equipment Remote Modem Remote KILOMUX-2100 Figure 4-4. KM-2100/2104 Diagnostics 4-5 . Main Link Modem Loop 2.

1-5/N KM-2100/2104 .Chapter 4 Troubleshooting and Diagnostics 4-6 Diagnostics Installation and Operation Manual KML.

Table A-1.1/N Module The V.B wire U 24 ETC(A) Out External TX CLK .A wire S 14 TD(B) Out TX data .A wire V 17 RC(A) In RX CLK .B wire T 16 RD(B) In RX data .1-5/N KM-2100/2104 KML.1/N Module A-1 .1/N Connector Pinout 34-Pin Connector DB-25 Connector Designation Direction Function A 1 FGND – Frame ground B 7 SGND – Signal ground C 4 RTS Out Request to send D 5 CTS In Clear to send E 6 DSR In Data set ready F 8 DCD In Data carrier detect H 20* DTR Out Data terminal ready J 22 RI In Ring indicator P 2 TD(A) Out TX data .1/N module terminates in 34-pin female connector (Kilomux-2100) or DB-25 female connector (Kilomux-2104).35 interface of the KML.A wire W 11 ETC(B) Out External TX CLK .Appendix A Connector Pinouts This appendix provides information on the type and pin allocation of the interface connectors installed on the KML modules. the following conventions are used: • In – Input into Kilomux-2100/2104 • Out – Output from Kilomux-2100/2104. In the direction field. A. Table A-1 lists connector pinout.1 KML. KML.B wire KML.A wire R 3 RD(A) In RX data .

1/N Connector Pinout (Cont. Default setting of the JP1 jumper is ERC (relevant for Kilomux-2104 only).A wire Z 20* ERC(A) Out External RX CLK .B wire BB 23 ERC(B) Out External RX CLK .2/N Module The RS-232 interface of the KML.) 34-Pin Connector DB-25 Connector Designation Direction Function X 9 RC(B) In RX CLK . KML. KML.2/N module terminates in 25-pin D-type female connector.A wire AA 12 TC(B) In TX CLK .1-5/N KM-2100/2104 . Table A-2.Appendix A Connector Pinout Installation and Operation Manual Table A-1. A.2/N Module KML. Table A-2 lists connector pinout.B wire Y 15 TC(A) In TX CLK .2 KML.B wire HH 21 RLB Out Remote loop JJ 18 LLB Out Local loop KK 25 TM In Test mode Note * – JP1 internal jumper controls designation of pin 20.2/N Connector Pinout A-2 Pin Designation Direction Function 1 FGND – Frame ground 2 TD Out TX data 3 RD In RX data 4 RTS Out Request to send 5 CTS In Clear to send 6 DSR In Data set ready 7 SGND – Signal ground 8 DCD In Data carrier detect 9 +12V Out See note 1 10 -12V Out See note 1 11 ERC Out External RX CLK 15 TC In TX CLK 17 RC In RX CLK 18 LLB Out Local loop KML.

1-5/N Pin Designation Direction Function 1 FGND – Frame ground 2 TD(A) Out TX data .3/N Module A-3 .) Note Pin Designation Direction Function 20 DTR Out Data terminal ready 21 RLB Out Remote loop 22 RI In Ring indicator 24 ETC Out External TX CLK 25 TM In Test mode Pin 9 and pin 10 are connected to the +12V and -12V lines through a 300Ω.B wire 12 TC(B) In TX CLK .A wire 3 RD(A) In RX data .3/N Connector Pinout KML.B wire 17 RC(A) In RX CLK .B wire 11 ETC(B) out External TX CLK .2/N Connector Pinout (Cont.A wire 10 DCD(B) In Carrier detect .3/N module terminates in 25-pin D-type female connector.B wire 13 CTS(B) In Clear to send . A.A wire 5 CTS(A) In Clear to send .3/N Module The RS-530 interface of the KML.A wire 9 RC(B) In RX CLK . Table A-3. KML.A wire 18 LLB Out Local loop KM-2100/2104 Signal ground KML.A wire 4 RTS(A) Out Request to send .A wire 7 SGND – 8 DCD(A) In Carrier detect .A wire 6 DSR(A) In Data set ready . Table A-3 lists connector pinout.B wire 15 TC(A) In TX CLK . 1/2W series resistor.Installation and Operation Manual Appendix A Connector Pinout Table A-2.3 KML. KML.B wire 14 TD(B) Out TX data .A wire 16 RD(B) In RX data .

A wire 20 ERC(A) Out External RX CLK .A wire 7 ETC(A) Out External TX CLK .A wire 6 S(A) In Signal timing .B wire 23 ERC(B) Out External RX CLK .B wire 14 ETC(B) Out External TX CLK .A wire (see Note below) 8 SGND – Signal ground 9 T(B) Out TX data .B wire 11 R(B) In RX data . KML.A wire 4 R(A) In RX data .1-5/N KM-2100/2104 .) Pin Designation Direction Function 19 RTS(B) Out Request to send . KML.A wire 3 C(A) Out Control .A wire 5 I(A) In Indication .B wire 12 I(B) In Indication .B wire 24 ETC(A) Out External TX CLK .B wire 10 C(B) Out Control .3/N Connector Pinout (Cont.4/N Connector Pinout Note A-4 Pin Designation Direction Function 1 FGND – Frame ground 2 T(A) Out TX data .A wire 21 RLB Out Remote loop 22 DSR(B) In Data set ready . Table A-4 lists connector pinout.21 and can be disconnected by removing two internal jumpers.4 KML. X.4/N module terminates in 15-pin D-type female connector. Table A-4.4/N Module KML.B wire 13 S(B) In Signal timing .Appendix A Connector Pinout Installation and Operation Manual Table A-3.4/N Module The X.A wire 25 TM In Test mode A.B wire (see Note below) The ETC signal is not standard in accordance with ITU-T Rec. KML.21 interface of the KML.

5/N Connector Pinout KML.Installation and Operation Manual A. Table A-5 lists connector pinout.5/N module terminates in 8-pin RJ45 connector.1-5/N Pin Designation Direction Function 1 TD (T1) Out Transmit data .A wire 5 RD (R) In Receive data .A wire 2 TD (R1) Out Transmit data .5/N Module The G.B wire 6 – – Not connected 7 – – Not connected 8 – – Not connected KM-2100/2104 KML.5 Appendix A Connector Pinout KML. KML.703 Codirectional interface of the KML.5/N Module A-5 .B wire 3 – – Not connected 4 RD (T) In Receive data . Table A-5.

1-5/N KM-2100/2104 .5/N Module Installation and Operation Manual KML.Appendix A Connector Pinout A-6 KML.

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