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GE MDS RCL220 Manual
P/N 05-XXXXA01
Version 3
05-XXXXA01 Version 3 Draft
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9/20/2016

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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Table of Contents Important Information ................................4 Antenna Installation Warnings ..........................4 ESD Notice .................................... 4 FCC Approval Notice ............................... 4 FCC Part 15 Notice ................................4 Introduction ....................................5 Access Point ..................................7 2.1.1 USB Port Connector Pinout ..........................9 2.1.2 DB-25 Connector Pinout ............................
  • Page 3 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc 4.3.5 LCU AP Statistics / Logging Menus ....................... 66 4.3.6 Repeater AP Statistics / Logging Menus ....................68 4.3.7 Device Information Menu ........................... 70 4.3.8 Maintenance / Tools Menu ..........................72 Troubleshooting ..................................77 Change Log ....................................79 05-XXXXA01 Version 3 Draft Page 3 of 79 9/20/2016...
  • Page 4: Important Information

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Important Information 1.1 Antenna Installation Warnings All antenna installation and servicing is to be performed by qualified technical personnel only. When servicing the antenna, or working at distances closer than those listed below, ensure the transmitter has been disabled. Depending upon the application and the gain of the antenna, the total composite power could exceed 15 watts EIRP average vs.
  • Page 5: Introduction

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc 2 Introduction This document provides details of the entraNET 220 System. The entraNET 220 System supports Repeaters, OCUs, and LCUs. Repeaters employ an Access Point and three Packaged Radio Modules. Each OCU employs an OEM Radio Module while each LCU employs one Access Point and one Packaged Radio Module.
  • Page 6 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc entraNET 220 Radio Module (ORM) COM2 RCL Vendor OCU Controller Figure 2 entraNET 220 OCU Unit Block Diagram Position GPS Timing Receiver COM1 eNET 220 AP 1 PPS COM3 eNET 220 Packaged COM2 Position / Diag Radio Module COM1 (PRM) COM2 (RS-232 or 422)
  • Page 7: Access Point

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc 2.1 Access Point This unit is used in the repeater and must also fit within the enclosure used at the LCU. Photos and mechanical dimensions of this unit appear below. Figure 4 Access Point Figure 5 Access Point (Top View) Figure 6 Access Point (Front View) 05-XXXXA01 Version 3 Draft Page 7 of 79...
  • Page 8 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Figure 7 Access Point (Bottom View) Figure 8 Access Point (Side View) Figure 9 Mounting Bracket (Can be used with Access Point or Packaged Radio Module) 05-XXXXA01 Version 3 Draft Page 8 of 79 9/20/2016...
  • Page 9: Usb Port Connector Pinout

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc 2.1.1 USB Port Connector Pinout The Access Point provides a USB Port conforming to version 1.1 of the USB standard. The pinout for this connector is given in the table below. Signal Name Description PC_USB_+5V +5 VDC USBD- USB Data Minus USBD+ USB Data Plus GROUND...
  • Page 10: Power Connector Pinout

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc 2.1.3 Power Connector Pinout The Access Point provides a Phoenix 17 76 69 2 connector for DC power in. A surge protection device such as a Polyphaser IS-17VDC-30A-NG capable of limiting the voltage input to the radio to less than 30 Volts should be employed.
  • Page 11 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Figure 11 entraNET 220 OEM Radio Module (Top/Shield View) Figure 12 entraNET 220 OEM Radio Module (End View) 05-XXXXA01 Version 3 Draft Page 11 of 79 9/20/2016...
  • Page 12: J1 (ribbon Cable) Connector Pinout

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Figure 13 entraNET 220 OEM Radio Module (Bottom View) Figure 14 entraNET 220 OEM Radio Module (Side View with PEM detail) 2.2.1 J1 (Ribbon Cable) Connector Pinout The J1 Connector is a Samtec STMM-108-02-T-D-SM-K-TR. The mating connector is a Samtec TCSD- 08-D-xx.xx-01-F-N.
  • Page 13: J4 (board Mount) Connector Pinout

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Function Direction WRT MDS Equipment Notes Not Connected Input 6 – 12 VDC, 1 A Max. Input Serial Data Input, 0 to 5 V. Output Slot Timing Signal. 0 to 3.3 V. Output Serial Data Output, 0 to 3.3 V. Output Reserved.
  • Page 14: Entranet 220 Packaged Radio Module

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc 2.3 entraNET 220 Packaged Radio Module In the LCU, one entraNET 220 Packaged Radio Module is used. In the Repeater, three are used. Each instance employs identical hardware so that only one configuration must be spared. The packaged module is provided in a cast aluminum housing as shown. Mounting for this unit is shown below. Mechanical dimensions are also given.
  • Page 15: Connector Pinout

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Figure 18 entraNET 220 Packaged Radio Module (Bottom View) Figure 19 entraNET 220 Packaged Radio Module (Side View) 2.3.1 DB-25 Connector Pinout The following table describes the pinout for the DB-25 version of the PRM. Please see “TD_RCL_Adapter_Board_Instruction_Sheet2.pdf” for information on our 03-4758A03 breakout kit for the Access Point and Packaged Radio Module.
  • Page 16: Rf Connector

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc New DB- Previous PRM Previous Direction WRT MDS Signal 25 Pin Connector PRM Pin Equipment COM3_CTS Input COM3_RTS Output COM3_DTR Output COM3_RXD Input Input/Output ETH_TX_H Output ETH_TX_L Output ETH_RX_H Input ETH_RX_L Input EXT_KEY Output EXT_DET Input COM2_DTR J3 (COM2) Input ALARM_OUT Output...
  • Page 17: Packaged Or Oem Radio Command Line

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc 3 Packaged or OEM Radio Command Line For accessing the COM2 console of the Packaged Radio Module or the OEM Radio Module, use a serial terminal emulator program such as HyperTerminal, Putty, or ucon. The default settings are: baud rate 19200, no parity, 8 data bits, and 1 stop bit.
  • Page 18 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc In the Remote Upgrade Utility, select the PC COM port you are using to connect to the radio. Set User Name to admin with the correct password (default admin). 10. Click Browse Package to locate the firmware file you will upgrade to. 11.
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  • Page 24 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc When restoring the configuration, several parameters will return “Warning: Argument 0 Read Only!”. This is expected operation. If for some reason the upgrade process fails, you can log into the radio to see the status using the “VER” command. If the images you attempted to upgrade (APP, MCU, and DSP) are all filled in and the currently running image is the one you upgraded, the upgrade succeeded.
  • Page 25 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc DEVICE MODEL=220 REMOTE DEVICE SER=<serial number printed on silver label of radio> If any of these parameters are incorrect, you must correct them. The model and serial number require factory or engineer login. Frequencies are typically set by the OCU or LCU proper, but you can set J block frequencies with the ENGFREQ command, e.g.
  • Page 26 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc In the example screenshot above, you can see that the radio is “Currently executing” application image 2, which is 3.9.34. The DSP and MCU versions are also reported, and these are typically different than the application image version. 3.1.3 Test Polling Frequently it is desired to send and receive test messages between radios on the bench.
  • Page 27 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Set the Polling device (LCR) to data mode with COM2 DEFAULT=DATA MODE=DATA. Note: after this point, when you power cycle the radio it will come up into data mode so that it is ready to poll. To regain the console, type “+++” and then hit Enter. Set the Responding device (OCR) as shown below: 05-XXXXA01 Version 3 Draft Page 27 of 79...
  • Page 28 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Set the Responding device (OCR) to data mode with COM2 DEFAULT=DATA MODE=DATA. Note: after this point, when you power cycle the radio it will come up into data mode so that it is ready to poll. To regain the console, type “+++” and then hit Enter. Set the Poller application to match your Polling radio: Set the Responder application to match your Responding radio: 05-XXXXA01 Version 3 Draft...
  • Page 29 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Hit Start on the Responder if necessary. Hit Start on the Poller if necessary. Observe operation. 05-XXXXA01 Version 3 Draft Page 29 of 79 9/20/2016...
  • Page 30: Packaged Or Oem Radio Command Reference

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc 3.2 Packaged or OEM Radio Command Reference 3.2.1 ALARM Usage: ALARM {LEVEL} {HEX=} Description: Displays the current alarm conditions by class. For each class, the specific events that can cause the alarm are listed along with their descriptions. NOTE: CMD=1 command not supported. Access Level: Administrator Optional Arguments: LEVEL Read Only for all users listed above.
  • Page 31 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Length: 1-16 characters PRODUCT=<product> Read only for all users listed above. ENTRANET entraNET TYPE=<type> Read only for all users listed above. REMOTE Remote Access Point COM2=<com2> Read Only for all users listed above. com2 type RS232 COM2 supports RS232 RS4XX COM2 supports RS485 ETHERNET=<ethernet>...
  • Page 32: Com1

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc MOBILITY<mobility> Read Only for all users listed above. DISABLED Mobility disabled ENABLED Mobility enabled FACTDEF=<factdef> Read Only for all users listed above. Enable means change all configuration settings back to last saved Factory default. DISABLED Do not reset to factor defaults ENABLED Reset to factory defaults FSET<fset >...
  • Page 33: Com2

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc DISABLED Com1 data mode disabled DATA Com1 in Reserved BSP PRAD Data mode INT_LOOP Com1 in Internal Loopback mode. <Distributor access level> EXT_LOOP Com1 in External Loopback mode <Distributor access level> MDM_DEBUG Com1 in MoDeM Debug mode BAUD=<baud> Read / Write. Set / display baud rate setting. 1200 1200 bps 2400...
  • Page 34 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Access Level: Administrator Optional Arguments: DEFAULT=<default> Read / Write. Set / display default mode of Com2 on boot. CONSOLE Com2 defaults to Command-line mode. DATA Com2 defaults to BSP data mode INT_LOOP Com2 defaults to Internal Loopback mode. <Distributor access level>...
  • Page 35: Config

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc 7 char bits, even parity, 2 stop bits 8 char bits, no parity, 1 stop bit 8 char bits, no parity, 2 stop bits 8 char bits, odd parity, 1 stop bit 8 char bits, odd parity, 2 stop bits 8 char bits, even parity, 1 stop bit 8 char bits, even parity, 2 stop bits LEVELS=<levels>...
  • Page 36 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Description: Set / displays the device configuration. Items such as Owner, Company, and Serial Number can be found here. NOTE: CMD=1 short form response command is supported. Access Level: Administrator Optional Arguments: COMPANY= Read Only. Set / display company name. Allowable length: 1 - 20 characters.
  • Page 37: Encrypt

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Auto Detect OEM or Packaged Remote Forced to OEM Remote CMD=<cmd> If set to 0, the command executes normally. If <cmd> is set to 1, the command reports all settings in a format that may be copied into a configuration script.
  • Page 38: Help

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc FIX=<fix> Read Only. DIFF Differential SATS=<sats> Read Only. Number of tracked GPS satellites Acceptable value range: 0 - ???? LAT=<X.XXXXX> Read Only. Acceptable value range: X.XXXXX Degrees LON=<X.XXXXX> Read Only. Acceptable value range: X.XXXXX Degrees CMD=<cmd> If set to 0, the command executes normally. If <cmd> is set to 1, the command reports all settings in a format that may be copied into a configuration script.
  • Page 39: Login

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc CLEAR Write Only for all users, starting at Administrator. Clear the event log SHOW Write Only for all users, starting at Administrator. Show the event log TOTAL= Read Only for all users listed above. Number of event log entries in log. Read only.
  • Page 40: Program

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Optional Arguments: <username> Write Only for all users, starting at Administrator. The login user name for which the password will be changed. 3.2.14 PROGRAM Usage: PROGRAM {STATUS}{VERIFY=<verify>} {MODE=<mode>} {START_COUNT=<start_count>} {IMAGENUM=} {STATUS=} Description: Allows a boot to the bootloader. At prompt enter 'y' or 'n'. NOTE: CMD=1 command not supported.
  • Page 41: Radio

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc IDLE no update in progress CLI_REPROG Receiving reprogramming over the console COM1_UPDATE Receiving reprogramming over the local serial por RADIO_SEND_LISTEN Server awaiting reprogramming requests over the RADIO_SEND_UPDATE Server sending reprogramming over the air RADIO_REQUEST Requesting over the air reprogramming RADIO_UPDATE Receiving over the air reprogramming COM1_SEND...
  • Page 42 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc TXKEY=<txkeyState> Read/Write, starting at Adminstrator. Turn Tx Key State ON or OFF. RF Transmitter Key OFF RF Transmitter Key ON. BFREQ1=<XXX.XXXXXX> Read/ Write for all users, starting at Administrator. Current Primary Radio B (Repeater) Frequency. Acceptable value range: 216-222 MHz Channels MFREQ1=<XXX.XXXXXX >...
  • Page 43 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc TIMESLOT=<number> Read/ Write for all users, starting at Administrator. Timeslot to be used in Fixed DCM System. Acceptable value range: 0-14 RSSI=<number> Read Only. Read last 1 second raw RSSI. The command will automatically sync-up to a 1 second window – consecutive RSSI commands will not be executed within the same 1 second window.
  • Page 44: Reboot

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc 3.2.16 REBOOT Usage: REBOOT {SAME} {APP1} {APP2} {OTHER} Description: Reboot the radio's firmware. NOTE: CMD=1 command not supported. Access Level: Administrator Optional Arguments: SAME Write Only for all users, starting at Administrator. Same Image APP1 Write Only for all users, starting at Administrator. Application Image 1 APP2 Write Only for all users, starting at Administrator.
  • Page 45: Sleep

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc LASTMFREQ3=<XXX.XXXXXX> Committed channel 3 M(Mobile) Frequency Acceptable value range: 216-222 MHz Channels LASTBFREQ4=<XXX.XXXXXX> Committed channel 4 B(Repeater) Frequency Acceptable value range: 216-222 MHz Channels LASTMFREQ4=<XXX.XXXXXX> Committed channel 3 M(Mobile) Frequency Acceptable value range: 216-222 MHz Channels CMD=<cmd> If set to 0, the command executes normally. If <cmd> is set to 1, the command reports all settings in a format that may be copied into a configuration script.
  • Page 46: Stats

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc HIGH DTR Active HIGH NOW=<now > Write Only for all users, starting at Administrator. SLEEP Sleep immediate SHUTDOWN Shutdown immediate HANGTIME=<hangtime> Read/ Write for all users, starting at Administrator. Minimum wake time in seconds before returning to low power mode. Acceptable value range: 5 - 600 CMD=<cmd>...
  • Page 47 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Description: Set/Display the current version Information. NOTE: CMD=1 short form response command is supported. Access Level: Administrator Optional Arguments: BOOTREV= Read Only for all users listed above. Bootloader Software RevisionSWID1= Read Only for all users listed above. Current Image 1 Software ID text.
  • Page 48: Yard

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Allowable length: 1 - 8 characters. IMAGE=<image> Read/ Write for all users, starting at Administrator. Selects boot image index. Acceptable value range: 1 – 2 DSPSW= Read Only for all users listed above. Current Radio DSP Software Version number. (xx.yy.zz) Allowable length: 1 - 15 characters.
  • Page 49 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Access Level: Administrator Optional Arguments: CLEAR SHOW MODE=<mode> Read Only. NORMAL Normal Operation Forced In-Yard Forced Out-Of-Yard COORDMODE=<coordmode> Read Only. Centralized Coordination Mode Distributed Coordination Mode MINRSSI=<minrssi> Read/ Write for all users, starting at Administrator. Minimum in-yard RSSI value in dBm. Acceptable value range (8bits integer): -128 to 127 RSSI=<rssi>...
  • Page 50: Access Point Menu Interface

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Acceptable value range: X.XXXXX Degrees XDIM=<xdim> Read Only.Yard Shape X Dimension miles Acceptable value range: X.XXXXX Miles YDIM=<ydim> Read Only.Yard Shape Y-Dimension miles Acceptable value range: X.XXXXX Miles COUNT=<count> Read Only. Number of cached yard info Acceptable value range (8bits integer): -128 to 127 CMD=<cmd>...
  • Page 51: Starting Information Screen

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc 4.2 Starting Information Screen Availability: Repeater and LCU 4.3 Main Menu The Main Menu is the entryway to all customer-definable features. The radio Device Name appears at the top of this and all other screens as a reminder of the unit that is being interrogated. Starting Information Screen –G Main Menu Availability: Repeater and LCU Parameter...
  • Page 52 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc B) Network Tools to configure the transceiver data network layer. Configuration C) System Configuration Tools to configure the Repeater System. D) Security Tools to configure the transceiver security services. Configuration E) Statistics / Logging Tools to measure the radio and data layer network performance.
  • Page 53: Network Configuration Menu

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc 4.3.1 Network Configuration Menu Main menu – B) Network Configuration: Availability: Repeater and LCU Parameter Description Values A) IP Configuration Access the menu to display and modify the unit’s IP address, netmask, and gateway addresses. 4.3.1.1 IP Configuration Menu The unit uses a local IP address to support remote management and backhaul services.
  • Page 54: System Configuration Menu

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Parameter Description Values A) IP Address Essential for connectivity to the unit via the LAN port and to handle backhaul over IP. Enter any valid IP Any valid IP address; address that will be unique within the network. 192.168.1.1 B) IP Netmask The IPv4 local subnet mask.
  • Page 55 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Parameter Description Values A) System Mode Toggle between the operating mode for this AP: “LCU” LCU, Repeater, for use aboard a locomotive with attachment to a GPS Maintenance Bay; receiver and an MDS entraNET 220 Packaged Radio Repeater Module, “Maintenance Bay” for use in a Kiosk for OCU Radio upgrade and test, or “Repeater”...
  • Page 56 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Parameter Description Values A) BSP Logging Enable logging of BSP messages to remote server enabled, disabled; disabled B) BSP Log Server IP address of BSP message server Any valid IP address; 0.0.0.0 C) BSP Log Server IP port for BSP message server 0-65535;...
  • Page 57 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Parameter Description Values A) Active Channel The active transmit and receive frequency pair B/M Freq #1, B/M Freq #2, B/M Freq #3, B/M Freq #4; B/M Freq #1 B) B Frequency #1 The Base Frequency on Channel #1 216.006250-221.993750; 220.106250 G) M Frequency #1 The Mobile Frequency on Channel #1...
  • Page 58 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc C) Ignore Sequence Ignore sequence errors. If enabled, traffic flows enabled, disabled; Errors normally even in the presence of backhaul sequence enabled number errors. If disabled, traffic is not permitted unless sequence numbers are as expected. D) Ignore Radio Ignore Radio Alarms.
  • Page 59 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc D) Yard Rotation The degrees of rotation about the yard center 0.000, 5.625, 11.250, 16.875, 22.500, 28.125, 33.750, 39.375, 45.000, 50.625, 56.250, 61.875, 67.500, 73.125, 78.750, 84.375; 0.000 E) Yard X Diameter The X diameter of the yard in miles 1.000000000, 1.005013881, 1.038892703,...
  • Page 60: Security Configuration Menu

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Parameter Description Values A – O) Slot Group X Status The status of Slot group X enabled, disabled; enabled 4.3.3 Security Configuration Menu Main menu – D) Security Configuration Availability: Repeater and LCU Parameter Description Values A) HTTP Access Allows remote access through HTTP (a Web browser) enabled, disabled;...
  • Page 61: Statistics / Logging Menu

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc C) HTTP Auth Mode Select the security mode or level of log-in using an Basic Auth, MD5 Digest; HTTP browser. Disabling HTTP Access prevents Basic Auth access through HTTP. HTTP Security Mode is functional if HTTP Access is enabled. D) User Passwords Administrative password for this unit.
  • Page 62 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Parameter Description Values A) Ethernet Packet Statistics The Ethernet Packet Statistics menu B) Event Log The Event Log menu C) LCR Status The LCR Status menu D) Current Yard Status The Current Yard Status menu Main menu – E) Statistics / Logging: Availability: Repeater version Parameter Description...
  • Page 63 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Parameter Description Values F) RCS Member Repeaters The RCS Member Repeaters menu 4.3.4.1 Ethernet Packet Statistics Menu The Ethernet/Wireless Packet Statistics screen shows vital data on packets and bytes sent or received, and errors detected. The screen is updated about every three seconds. Main menu –...
  • Page 64 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc 4.3.4.2 Event Log Menu The microprocessor within the transceiver monitors many operational parameters and logs them. Some events result from a condition that prevents the normal operation of the unit. These “critical” events cause the unit to enter an “alarmed” state, within which the POWER LED blinks, until the condition is corrected.
  • Page 65 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc H) Syslog Server The radio can also pass log messages to a SYSLOG Any valid IP address; Address server as they occur. Use this field to enter the IP 127.0.0.1 address of this server. 4.3.4.2.1 Current Alarms Menu Main menu – E) Statistics / Logging – B) Event Log – A) Current Alarms: Availability: Repeater and LCU 4.3.4.2.2 View Event Log Menu Main menu –...
  • Page 66: Lcu Ap Statistics / Logging Menus

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc 4.3.5 LCU AP Statistics / Logging Menus 4.3.5.1 LCR Status Menu Main menu – E) Statistics / Logging – C) LCR Status: Availability: LCU only Parameter Description Values Current The LCU and OCU radios operate together in DCM, CCM; DCM Coordination Mode Distributed Coordination Mode (DCM) when outside repeater range, and in Centralized Coordination Mode...
  • Page 67 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Parameter Description Values A) Repeater Yard ID The fixed yard ID used by the repeater 1-15; 0 B) Yard Latitude The latitude of the yard center -90.0000000-90.0000000; 0.0000000 C) Yard Longitude The longitude of the yard center -90.0000000-90.0000000; 0.0000000 D) Yard Rotation The degrees of rotation about the yard center 0.000, 5.625, 11.250,...
  • Page 68: Repeater Ap Statistics / Logging Menus

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc F) Yard Y Diameter The Y diameter of the yard in miles 1.000000000, 1.005013881, 1.038892703, 1.128915711, 1.301690951, 1.583418004, 2.000000000, 2.577107281, 3.340218650, 4.314650297, 5.525577218, 6.998049706, 8.757006443, 10.827285137, 13.233631341, 16.000705871; 1.000000000 4.3.6 Repeater AP Statistics / Logging Menus 4.3.6.1 RSSI Status Menu This screen displays the received signal strength in dBm on the main and diversity receiver of the Repeater for each RCL unit (LCU, OCUA, and OCUB) in each repeater time slot (0-14).
  • Page 69 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc 4.3.6.3 Slot Group Allocation Menu This display shows the unit address by time slot for each RCL unit (LCU, OCUA, OCUB) within coordination. Main menu – E) Statistics / Logging – E) Slot Group Allocation: Availability: Repeater only 4.3.6.4 RCS Member Repeaters Menu This screen shows the IP addresses and time last heard for each Repeater within the community.
  • Page 70: Device Information Menu

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc 4.3.7 Device Information Menu The Device Information menu displays basic administrative data on the unit to which you are connected. It also provides a date and time display, Console Baud Rate setting, and customer-specific parameters under the Device Names selection. Main menu –...
  • Page 71 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc B) Time Current time of day (customer settable). Setting: X:Y (X=0-23, Y=0-59); HH:MM Blank C) Date Format Select a presentation format: Generic, US, European;  Generic Generic = dd Mmm yyyy  European = dd-mm-yyyy  U.S.A. = mm-dd-yyyy D) Console Baud Allows setting the console baud rate to match the 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600,...
  • Page 72: Maintenance / Tools Menu

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc 4.3.7.1 Device Names Menu Main menu – F) Device Information – E) Device Names: Availability: Repeater and LCU Parameter Description Values A) Device Name Device Name, used by the transceiver as the realm Any 40-char name for network security and menu headings. alphanumeric string;...
  • Page 73 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Main menu – G) Maintenance / Tools: Availability: Repeater and LCU Parameter Description Values A) Reprogramming Managing and selecting the radio operating system firmware resources. B) Configuration Scripts Saving and importing data files containing radio operating parameters or settings. C) Ping Utility Diagnostic tool to test network connectivity D) Authorization Codes...
  • Page 74 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Parameter Description Values A) TFTP Host IP address of the host computer from which Any valid IP address; Address to get the file. 127.0.0.1 B) Firmware Name of file to be received from the TFTP server. Any 40-char Filename Verify that this string corresponds to the TFTP alphanumeric string;...
  • Page 75 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Main menu – G) Maintenance / Tools – B) Configuration Scripts: Availability: Repeater and LCU Parameter Description Values A) TFTP Host IP address of the computer on which the Any valid IP address; Address TFTP server resides 127.0.0.1 B) Config Filename Name of the file containing the configuration Any 40-char profile to be transferred to or from the TFTP server.
  • Page 76 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Parameter Description Values A) Address to Ping Address to send a Ping. Any valid IP address; 127.0.0.1 B) Count Number of Ping packets to be sent. 0-999999999; 4 C) Packet SIze Size in bytes of each Ping data packet. 0-65535;...
  • Page 77: Troubleshooting

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc 4.3.8.4 Authorization Codes Menu Main menu – G) Maintenance / Tools – D) Authorization Codes: Availability: Repeater and LCU Parameter Description Values A) Authorization Key Accept an Authorization Key into the transceiver non- Any 40-char volatile memory. alphanumeric string; Blank Authorized (for display only)—Presents a list of authorized...
  • Page 78 RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc Alarm: OTA Sync Lost The radio has lost over the air synchronization because it is no longer receiving wireless beacons from a packaged radio. 05-XXXXA01 Version 3 Draft Page 78 of 79 9/20/2016...
  • Page 79: Change Log

    RCL220_manual_v3-draft.doc 6 Change Log Version Date Author Changes 12/31/2014 T. Mayo  Initial release for RCL220 01/07/2015 T. Mayo  Added reference to the DB-25 adapter kit instruction sheet. 05-XXXXA01 Version 3 Draft Page 79 of 79 9/20/2016...

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