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Voice mail .........15 Advanced settings ....31 High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD) ......16 6. Accessories....34 Calling Line Identification Nokia 22 Data Packet .... 34 (CLI) ..........16 Nokia 22 Configurator Automatic Area Code (AAC) Software ........34 and routing .......16 Antenna adapter .....35 Intensity of Field (IOF) ...17...
Product overview 1. Product overview The Nokia 22 PBX connectivity terminal is a GSM terminal that can be used for both digital and analogue Private Branch Exchange (PBX) connections. The ter- minal is composed of a GSM terminal and an application module for PBX con- nections.
Product overview Package contents The Nokia 22 basic sales package 1 Nokia 22 sales package 2 Nokia 22 User’s Guide 3 Nokia 22 GSM terminal 4 Application module 5 Power source with a wall rack, AC and DC cables 6 Screws...
Product overview System requirements The Nokia 22 PBX connectivity terminal can be connected to a digital or ana- logue PBX. The terminal can be connected either to the trunk connector or the extension connector of the PBX. The application module has two RJ-11 connec- tors for both type of connections.
GSM system including Short Message System (SMS) and High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD). The GSM terminal provides the subscriber data transmission, one connection at a time. The Nokia 22 supports only small size SIM cards. The SIM card should have the PIN code request activated.
When the user makes a call, dialled digits are first saved in the memory of the Nokia 22. The dial tone stops after the first digit is dialled. A four seconds wait- ing time follows after the last dialled digit. After that the terminal assumes the telephone number is fully dialled, and a call request is sent to the network.
Product features Call termination When the PBX or the telephone set connected to the Nokia 22 terminates the call by switching over to the ON-HOOK state, the Nokia 22 terminates the GSM connection immediately. When the B subscriber terminates the call, the GSM connection of the terminal is terminated as the PBX or the telephone set connected to the terminal switch- es over to the ON-HOOK state.
AT commands. A PC and the Nokia 22 Data Packet are needed when using the SMS feature. When an SMS message is received the light indicators 3, 4 and 5 light up and a tone indicator (--- --- ---) is heard through the telephone set’s receiver.
Data (HSCSD) relies on the simultaneous use of multiple GSM timeslots. For the terminal data transfer modes, see “7. Technical specifications” on page 36. The Nokia 22 Data Packet is required to use this feature. The HSCSD is a network service. For details, contact your service provider.
Faster call setup allows a faster call establishment. The last 10 different dialled numbers are stored in the memory of the Nokia 22. If the dialled number match- es one of the stored numbers, there is no delay before the terminal sends the number and the call is established immediately.
Setting up the terminal 3. Setting up the terminal Before the Nokia 22 PBX connectivity terminal can be used it must be installed properly. In the following instructions it is assumed that the PIN code request and the AutoPIN feature are active.
If the AutoPIN feature is active, the terminal automatically enters the PIN code the next time the power is switched on. Terminal tone indicators The following tone signals indicate the state of the Nokia 22. Table 3: Terminal tone indicators Tones...
• Place the terminal in the desired location. Making test calls Make test calls to and from the Nokia 22 using the telephone set connected to the terminal. To adjust the volume, key in 0**x during the call, the x representing...
Installing the antenna adapter An external antenna improves signal reception and transmission. An antenna adapter for use between the Nokia 22 and a standard FME connector is provided by Nokia (See “6. Accessories” on page 34). Distance, large obstacles (for example hills, buildings) or installing the device below ground level can reduce the signal strength.
Functionality in trunk mode Outgoing call on the trunk line 1 A PBX is configured to route mobile calls via the Nokia 22. The user enters the number using his/her extension telephone. 2 The PBX processes the number and discovers if the number is a mobile net- work number and sends the number sequence to the line where the terminal is connected.
Functionality in extension mode Outgoing call on the extension line, mode A 1 The user keys in the number of the extension where the Nokia 22 is connect- 2 The terminal answers the call and provides a dial tone. 3 The user keys in the number of the B subscriber.
1 Disconnect the Nokia 22 PBX connectivity terminal power supply from the AC wall outlet. 2 Connect the Nokia 22 to a free PBX trunk line with an RJ-11 cable. 3 Connect the power supply to the terminal. If the AutoPIN feature is active, the Nokia 22 automatically connects to the net- work.
Make a call to the Nokia 22 GSM number. For details, contact your service pro- vider. The Nokia 22 redirects the call and sends a ring tone to the PBX trunk line. The switching centre answers and redirects the call.
1 Disconnect the Nokia 22 PBX connectivity terminal power supply from the AC wall outlet. 2 Connect the Nokia 22 to a free PBX extension line with an RJ-11 cable. 3 Reconnect the power supply to the terminal. If the AutoPIN feature is active, the terminal automatically connects the net- work.
Making Test Calls Incoming call Make a call to the Nokia 22 GSM number. For details, contact your service pro- vider. The Nokia 22 answers the call and places the PBX extension line off-hook. The PBX provides a dial tone and you can dial the desired extension or outgoing number.
To activate the IOF (Intensity of Field) feature, key in 777**#. Placing the receiv- er on the hook completes the function. Advanced settings The more advanced settings can be modified when the Nokia 22 is in configu- ration mode. The following settings are available in configuration mode: •...
To change the loop interruption time, key in 2**Interruption_Time#. Changing the polarity reversal time After you have keyed in the polarity reversal time the Nokia 22 returns to con- figuration mode. To change the polarity reversal time, key in 3**Polarity_Reversal_Time#.
Nokia 22 Data Packet Use the Nokia 22 Data Packet to send and receive SMS, PC fax, file transfer, e- mail and Internet access at data rates of up to 43.2 kbps. For more information, contact your local dealer, service provider or Nokia Mobile Phones.
Accessories Antenna adapter The antenna adapter allows an external antenna to be connected to the Nokia 22. For further information, see “7. Technical specifications” on page 36 and “ Installing the antenna adapter” on page 23. Backup battery set You can connect an external backup bat- tery BBW-4 with the power supply ACW- 4 to the Nokia 22.
The shorter the antenna cable, the smaller the attenuation and the better the performance of the antenna. Use a quality coaxial cable for antenna connec- tions. Note: External antennas or antenna cables are not provided by Nokia. For details and availability, contact your local dealer or service provider. Terminal connectors...
Security information 8. Security information The Nokia 22 PBX connectivity terminal operates using wireless and land line networks, radio signals and an electrical network. Not all connections can be guaranteed in all conditions. Therefore, you should never rely solely on any mo- bile phone or radio device similar to the GSM terminal for essential communi- cations, for example medical emergencies.
First things to check 1 Check that all line cables are connected properly. 2 Check that the power supply is firmly connected to the Nokia 22 and the AC wall outlet. 3 Check that the antenna is firmly connected to the terminal.
The activation, deactivation, request and registration of a supplementary service function in the same way as in a mobile phone. The dialled supplementary serv- ice sequence will be executed after 4 second’s dial time-out. The Nokia 22 re- sponds to a supplementary service activation, deactivation, request and registration by sending OK or error tones from the telephone set’s receiver.
The phone makes a normal call to the PhoneNumber but the B subscriber will not be able to see the Nokia 22 phone number. If the CLIR has been set permanently to the ON state (that is the phone number is normally never shown to the B subscriber), key in *#31# to show the number.