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Telario TS3000 Control Station Installation Manual
November, 1999
- Dealer information (name, contact, phone, fax)
- Control station serial number(s)
- 32 bit random number (request key) obtained from the Telario Management
Tool (TMT) software
Once the information is received and input, the Product Services group assigns
you an authorization key for the system. The authorization key is valid for all
handsets within a system but unique for each Control Station. This authoriza-
tion key is required by the Telario Management Tool (TMT) software to pro-
gram the system. The Control Station is the core of the system and the serial
number from the Control Station is used to generate the key code. Product Ser-
vices uses the Control Station serial number and the request key obtained from
the TMT software to generate the 18-bit authorization key, which is then
returned to the installer. It is important to note that you can not activate the
Control Station until you receive an authorization key from Motorola Product
Services (1-800-927-2744). The TMT requires entry of a valid authorization key
and once this has been entered, the unit can be activated. The unit is then oper-
ational upon completion of this programming step. In the event that a Control
Station needs to be re-registered (e.g. power down for more than 4 hours)
another unique key will be required to program the unit.
Use of the random hardware serial number and authorization key assures that
the Location Verification Process (LVP) is specific to each unique system each
time the LVP is used. The Motorola Product Services Group submits applica-
tion and registration information to UTAM on a weekly basis. This informa-
tion will also be kept on the database at Motorola.
LVP is applicable for two main cases:
1) Initial site installation:
Units received by the dealer will be non-operational. The location verification
process and assignment of key code to the site system is required for operation.
Therefore, this process must occur at all initial installations.
2) Site relocation:
In the event that a Control Station (and associated handsets) is moved to a dif-
ferent location, the dealer must again go through the LVP. The Telario system
ensures this through the system design. The Control Station hardware and
software are designed so that if a Control Station is moved (i.e. both power and
phone line are disconnected) and more than 4 hours elapse, the Control Station
resets. This means that the Control Station goes back to its initial state, which
requires a new authorization code and activation for system operation.
Compliance to Part 15.307 (e), (h)
FCC Part 15.307 (e) and (h) deal with methods to restrict site mobility. UTAM
requires a method to ensure that the system will be non-operational if it is dis-
connected for more than 4 hours . The intent of this is to limit the system mobil-
ity and thereby reduce the opportunity for relocated systems from being
established without UTAM authorization. The Telario system complies with
this requirement.



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