Glossary of Terms

KIV-7M Data Encryption Device

SafeNet, Inc.'s KIV-7M is the first encryption product that has been certified and is fully compliant with the U.S. Government’s Cryptographic Modernization Initiative administered by the National Security Agency (NSA). Through this initiative, the U.S. Government has the ability to upgrade the security infrastructure of its communication architectures to meet present and future security needs.
KIV-7HSB Data Encryption Device
SafeNet, Inc.'s compact, economical, high-performance, user-friendly COMSEC device specifically designed for secure data communications. KIV-7 modules protect classified and sensitive digital Type I data transmissions at data rates up to 2.048 Mbps, and are compliant with Government directive NACSI 6002 and DoD Instruction 5210.74.

Analog Orderwire
SF Call

Basic unit provides a complete facility for voice communication with provisions to accommodate optional modules. For operation with "Signal Frequency" tone signaling (in band or out of band).

1 – 40211 Chassis
1 – 41650-01 Receive, with Signal Frequency detector option
1 – 41651-01 Transmit, with Signal Frequency oscillator option
1 – 41620-01 DC power supply, -24 to –56 VDC

External AC/DC power supply

 



Chassis [19"or 23" rack mount - two rack units (3.5")] includes handset, cradle, speaker with volume control and jacks for external headset. Provides mounting facilities for plug-in modules.

DTMF selective call

For operation with DTMF selective call.

All modules shown above plus
1 - 41632 Address Decoder
Note: SF detector and SF oscillator options are deleted and the ringback option is added to the 41651 transmit module.

Chassis [19"or 23" rack mount - two rack units (3.5")] includes DTMF keypad (12 key or 16 key), handset, cradle, speaker with volume control and jacks for external headset. Provides mounting facilities for plug-in modules.
DTMF Decoder Used in Analog Orderwire Systems, this module provides high Z input amplification, DTMF receiver, address-programming switches, and decoding logic circuits for one-, two-, three- or four-digit addresses, with transistor output circuits for latching, timed or momentary interfacing.
Multi-Channel DTMF Decoder Used in Analog Orderwire Systems, this module detects DTMF signaling on two, three or six channels with one-, two-, or three-digit addressing for two separate addresses supported. Transistor outputs for each of six channels; address one and two, all call (*), and all clear(#) provided.
Dual Low Pass Filter Provides 55db attenuation of out of band signals; specify cutoff frequency and impedance.
Dual High Pass Filter Provides 55db attenuation of out of band signals; specify cutoff frequency and impedance.
High/Low Pass Filter Provides 55db attenuation of out of band signals; specify cutoff frequency and impedance.
Modulate-Demodulate Modulator translates voice and signaling to specified 4KHz band between 4KHz and 60KHz, Group A FDM, SSB suppressed carrier.
Demodulator translates Group A FDM, SSB(4 to 60KHz) channel to 0.3-4 KHz voice frequency channel; CXR derived from crystal oscillator on Modulator.
4 Way/4 Wire Bridge Provides conference interconnect between Orderwire and three 4-wire balanced lines; individual 25db level adjustments on each leg; specify impedance.Can also function as a stand alone bridge.
6 Way/4 Wire Bridge Provides conference interconnect between Orderwire and five 4-wire balanced lines; individual 25db level adjustments on each leg; specify impedance. Can also function as a stand alone bridge.
8 Way/4 Wire Bridge Provides conference interconnect between Orderwire and seven 4-wire balanced lines; individual 25db level adjustments on each leg; specify impedance. Can also function as a stand alone bridge.
Connectors Terminal blocks are standard connectors on Orderwires. Other terminations are available. RJ-11 jack provided with Telephone Interface module.
Telephone Interface Connects an external telset to the Orderwire voice circuits; provides talk battery, ringback, off-hook control, ring control for on-board ring generator; specify 2-wire or 4-wire telset application.
Switched Network Interface Connects a public switched network or a PABX 2-wire Subscriber line to the Orderwire voice circuits; provides 2-wire current sink, ring detection, and input/output pulse control. Specify Domestic or European network.
Alarm Remote 42181 plug-in module detects status changes of up to fourteen alarm points and transmits FSK codes via the Orderwire Transmit to a central Master Alarm site. Operates on a simplex basis.
42281 plug-in module detects status changes of up to sixteen alarm points and transmits FSK codes via the Orderwire to a central Master Alarm site. Operates on a polling basis.
Remote Control Operates in conjunction with 42181 or 42281 alarm Remote module. Provides eight relay outputs to execute control commands issued from Master Alarm site.
FSK Transceiver Converts FSK tones into a serial binary data., and serial binary data into FSK tones, for full duplex data communication through analog transmission links. Serial data interface is RS-232-C.
Call Control Provides private line communications in a party-line network utilizing DTMF signaling; module is equipped for automatic two- or three-digit transmission, and F1/F2 control for satellite earth station SCPC networks.
Privacy Interface Provides lockout, busy signal, and reset control at all unaddressed stations for private conversations on party line systems, with time-out circuits to prevent line seizure. Orderwire must utilize DTMF selective calling.
Digital Orderwire The Raven Digital Orderwire allows voice communication through a 64Kbps digital service channel by including voice codecs in the Orderwire Terminal. The Digital Bridge provides four 64Kbps RS-422(V.11) ports for connection to the service channel equipment, as well as two analog VF ports, or one VF port and one or two RS-232 data ports, and the drop to the Orderwire front panel. The Digital Bridge performs the conference bridge function for all these signal paths digitally, eliminating additional quantizing units at repeater and hub sites.
The front panel includes a handset with cradle and hookswitch, headset jacks, a one watt speaker with volume control, a DTMF keypad, and LED indicators for power, off hook, and incoming call. The voice codec and speaker amplifier are located inside the front panel on the Front Motherboard. The Up and Down Volume buttons control the volume digitally through the microcontroller on the Digital Bridge such that the speaker (on hook ) and handset/headset (off hook ) volume are set independently. An Expansion bus interconnects the front panel and Digital Bridge to route control signals and digitize audio between the various circuits.
Voice Provisioning The 61584 Digital Bridge splits the 64Kbps data into two 32Kbps paths. The Order Wire voice and VF Port 1 are digitized into a 14-bit format and then compressed to a 4-bit ADPCM signal. This 4-bit signal is inserted into the upper nibble of the 8-bit word. If the second 32Kbps path is used as an auxiliary VF path, it is likewise compressed and inserted into the lower nibble of the 8-bit word. If the second 32Kbps path is used for serial data, it is inserted into the lower nibble with no compression.
If the second 32Kbps path is used as an auxiliary talk path or for VF data, it is assigned to VF Port 2. Thus VF Port 1 is assigned to the Order Wire talk path for an analog extension, and VF Port 2 is assigned to the auxiliary path. These VF paths operate as two independent voice circuits.
For a more complete description please note Digital Orderwire, Voice Provisioning.
Data Provisioning If the second 32Kbps path is used to transport digital data, it can be assigned to one or two RS-232 data ports. If both RS-232 ports are utilized, the maximum data rate is 9.6Kbps. If only one of the RS-232 ports is utilized, the maximum data rate is 19.2Kbps.
VF Port 2 and the RS-232 data are mutually exclusive. If the auxiliary path is provisioned to carry serial data, VF Port 2 is disabled. VF Port 1 is always associated with the Order Wire talk path and is not affected by the data selection. The Bridge can be re-provisioned with an ASCII terminal device to change the configuration of the VF and data ports.
For a more complete description please note Digital Orderwire, Voice Provisioning.

Raven's 422 Series polling Alarm and Control System provides accurate status monitoring and control of remote facilities such as microwave repeater stations, cable carrier terminals, telephone offices, broadcast stations, and utility substations and switching points.
The 422 Series Systems communicate over either a digital or analog transmission facility. When operating with an analog facility, FSK (frequency shift keying) transmitter/receiver modules are utilized at master and remote stations.
Up to 4,096 alarm points are available per Master Station. Alarm points may be assigned as needed for up to 64 Remote Stations in 16 point groups. When the maximum number of Remote Stations is used, each station is limited to 64 alarm points. When there are less than the maximum number of Remote Stations, each Remote Station may have a greater than 64 alarm point capacity. For every sixteen alarm points there can be eight points of non-dedicated control.
The 422 Series Master Station manages all alarm and control activities of the system. An operator's panel provides an audible alarm and displays all alarm data in sixteen point groups via tri-color LED annunciators. All control functions are initiated from the Master Station via the Control Enable Switches, Control Actuators, and In/Out keys. All alarms for each Remote are programmed at the Master.
    BASIC UNIT FEATURES
  • PC Interface for network control by PC or compatible computer system
  • Printed network activity reports
  • Polled system using FSK or digital interface
  • Individual channel or speech-plus application
  • Compact design -- 19" rack mounted
  • Modularly expandable
  • Low initial cost, low power consumption
  • Operates with analog or digital transmission facilities
  • Optional system control from master station
  • Functions with Raven Order Wire System or as a standalone system
    ALARM AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS
  • 4,096 alarm points per master station
  • 64 remote stations per master station
  • 2,016 control points per master station
  • 8 non-dedicated control points for every 16 alarm points
Local Alarm Points The 422 Series Alarm and Control System can be used as a standalone or remote system with up to 64 local Alarm points assigned to the Master Station.
Remote Alarm Points Up to 4,096 alarm points are available per Master Station. Alarm points may be assigned as needed for up to 64 Remote Stations in 16 point groups. When the maximum number of Remote Stations is used, each station is limited to 64 alarm points. When there are less than the maximum number of Remote Stations, each Remote Station may have a greater than 64 alarm point capacity.
Standalone Remote Station equipment is provided in a one- or two-rack space chassis. Alarm/status data is collected from individual scan points and transmitted to the Master Station when the correct polling address is received from the Master Station.
The 422 Series Alarm and Control System can be used as a standalone system or with the Raven 416 Series Orderwire System. The 422 Series Remote Station cards plug into the 416 Series Orderwire chassis for space efficiency and economy when Orderwire and alarms systems are combined.
Remote Control Relays For every sixteen alarm points there can be eight points of non-dedicated control.
FSK The 422 Series Systems communicate over either a digital or analog transmission facility. When operating with an analog facility, FSK (frequency shift keying) transmitter/receiver modules are utilized at master and remote stations.
PC Software An RS-232 PC Interface is provided for system control by an IBM PC or compatible computer system. Using Raven's user-friendly software program, all monitoring and control functions are operable from the computer terminal. If computer operation is not desired, the system can be controlled from 422 Series Master Stations.
 
FRAD Frame Relay Access Device capabities allow for FAX, high speed data and e-mail over the digital ESC network.
RS-232 RS-232 serial capabilities are acheived through a single plug in module for each port.

 
LAN/WAN Local Area Network and Wide Area Network are acheived through plug-in modules in the base computer.
Computer Software The SCCATS system software runs in the Windows NT platform and is MVIP compatible, allowing easy upgrades and customizing, if desired.
The SCCATS software includes a Routing Table program to define the setup of each port, as well as site address codes. This data is stored in non-volatile memory so that a temporary loss of power does not affect it. Also included in the SCCATS software is a program to perform loopback tests to simulate calls, and a program that allows the computer to emulate two TTY machines.
Voice Frequency Switch The Raven 376 Series VF Switch can be used in a private or private/public communications system to switch various combinations of telephone sets, PABX circuits, CO trunks, microwave radio system voice channels, and mobile radio facilities.
Raven 416 Series Order Wire equipment may be integrated into the above system to serve as terminals for telephone sets, switched networks, or PABXs, or to provide engineering service channels at remote location.
    SYSTEM FEATURES
  • Full-access, non-blocking cross point switching array
  • 16 line initial capacity, expandable to 32 lines
  • Microprocessor-controlled
  • Standard telephone system features including conference and broadcast calling
  • PC Control and status monitoring
  • E&M and DTMF signaling protocols
  • Dial, busy, DTMF, SF and ringback tones
  • Direct connection of most 4- and 6-wire circuits
  • Interface modules for connection of 2- or 4-wire telsets, 2-wire subscriber loops CO trunks, PABXs, and satellite modems
  • Modular construction
  • Fast-attack VOX interface for mobile radio applications; digital delay prevents speech clipping
  • 15KHz audio sub-carrier switching for commercial video applications
  • Compact design--occupies only 7 inches of standard 19" rack space
  • Low initial cost, low power consumption
PC Control The PC control and monitor option provides for keyboard operation of the Switch via PC. Features include password security, dialing and color coded status display.
The PC option may be used in conjunction with DTMF control.
Mobile Radio A 376 Series VOX interface module provides the controls necessary to connect the switch to a mobile radio network, including a fast attack VOX circuit with digital delay to prevent speech clipping. All traffic to and from mobile radio units can be connected to telephone sets, PABX circuits, and CO trunks at a fixed location.
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