SIP/E1 Gateway – Based Solution

E1 PCM Multiplexer

The device provides the possibility of distributing E1 flow channels between several E1 streams.

E1 PCM Multiplexer Connection Diagram

Pic 1. E1 PCM Multiplexer Connection Diagram

Signaling Converter

The signaling converter allows to combine systems that use different signaling protocols (SS7, PRI EDSS1, V5.2, V5.1, R2D, CAS, SIP) into a unified telecommunications network.

Signaling Converter Connection Diagram

Pic 2. Signaling Converter Connection Diagram

TDM Switch

TDM switch is a digital switch of E1 streams that supports the following signaling types at a time: SS7, PRI EDSS1, V5.2, R2D, CAS, SIP.

The switch is designed to enhance efficiency of solutions when building and upgrading urban and corporate communications networks.

TDM Switch Connection Diagram

Pic 3. TDM Switch Connection Diagram

SIP to E1 Gateway

SIP/E1 Gateway is a universal device used for VoIP and TDM telephony purposes.

This VoIP gateway provides integration of IP and TDM/PSTN networks, which allows to minimize expenses and reduce operating costs.

Since this gateway supports all signaling types used with PSTN network it can be used to redesign and upgrade all types of Telephone exchange used within the network.

SIP to E1 Gateway Connection Diagram

Pic 4. SIP to E1 Gateway Connection Diagram

Operating when the existing E1 stream is broken

Terratel SIP/E1 Gateway provides transparent connection of calls from PBX to PSTN and backwards. The communication costs can be minimized using SIP connection.

Operating when the existing E1 stream is broken

Pic 5. Operating when the existing E1 stream is broken

Connection Features:

  • Hardware crossconnection of E1 stream timeslots provides transparent connection, does not add the delay and does not reduce the audio quality.
  • Operating as signaling converter, for example PRI ISDN in SS7.
  • Optimizing the number of E1 channels/streams towards PSTN.
  • Up to 460 SIP connections supporting G.711, G.723, G.726 and G.729 voice codecs and T.38 fax codec towards SIP providers.
  • Establishing SIP connections towards both sides of E1: towards PBX and towards PSTN.

Establishing Corporate VoIP Communication

This solution allows to eliminate the use of the central switching unit (Softswitch). This configuration creates the corresponding numbering plan in each gateway, i.e. each network element knows where the specific subscriber is and it can access his gateway directly.

Establishing Corporate VoIP Communication

Pic 6. Establishing Corporate VoIP Communication

Such an approach adds stability to the network since network outages do not occur when the central switching unit gets out of order.

The disadvantage of this approach increases as the number of gateways grows since it requires that each element of this network should be configured individually.

iDLU Gateway for modernization EWSD

The essence of switching EWSD subscribers is in provides connection of DLUs to the dedicated IP media gateway (iDLU Access Gateway) by using intra-exchange PCM lines and respective intra-exchange signaling.

iDLU Gateway for modernization EWSD – Connection Diagram

Pic 7. iDLU Gateway for modernization EWSD – Connection Diagram

This solution allows the telecommunications operator to reduce significantly the prime cost of telecommunications services provided to PSTN subscribers.

All subscribers of upgraded Telephone Exchange will obtain the full package of services from NGN/IMS service servers.

This will help to solve automatically the issues with call charging, switching to prospective numbering plans, porting numbers and monitoring outgoing and incoming calls.

Upgrading will make it possible to save the subscriber number when implementing the communications services using PON and FTTB technology (SIP telephony, Internet access, IP TV), which will encourage subscribers to switch to more expensive pricing plans.

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iSUB Access Gateway for Telephone Exchange DX 200

The essence of switching DX200 R3, R4, R5 Telephone Exchange subscribers is in connecting SUB subscriber units directly to the dedicated IP media gateway (iSUB Access Gateway) by using intra-exchange PCM lines and respective intra-exchange signaling.

iSUB Access Gateway for Telephone Exchange DX 200 – Connection Diagram

Pic 8. iSUB Access Gateway for Telephone Exchange DX 200 – Connection Diagram

This solution allows the telecommunications operator to reduce significantly the prime cost of telecommunications services provided to PSTN subscribers.

All subscribers of upgraded Telephone Exchange will obtain the full package of services from NGN/IMS service servers.

This will help to solve automatically the issues with call charging, switching to prospective numbering plans, porting numbers and monitoring outgoing and incoming calls.

Upgrading will make it possible to save the subscriber number when implementing the communications services using PON and FTTB technology (SIP telephony, Internet access, IP TV), which will encourage subscribers to switch to more expensive pricing plans.

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SS7 to SIP Gateway

We offer the SIP/E1 Gateway for upgrading telephone networks featuring multiple SS7 interfaces.

There are 2 options for using this gateway based on tasks to be solved.

Option 1 is used when it is required to replace the TDM Switch with the SoftSwitch. If multiple subscriber nodes are connected to the TDM Switch over the SS7 interface they can be switched to the SoftSwitch using the gateway as indicated on the following figure.

In this case the V5.2 interface disconnects from the TDM Switch and connects to the gateway that is connected to the SoftSwitch via the SIP data communications network.

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SS7 to SIP Gateway Connection Diagram

Pic 9. SS7 to SIP Gateway Connection Diagram

SIP to SS7 Gateway

Option 2 is used when it is required to connect VoIP subscribers from the local network to the PSTN number capacity. If the operator has the existing TDM Switch with free SS7 interfaces the gateway on the TDM network side looks as the SS7 subscriber node while on the IP network side it looks as the IP Telephone Exchange where IP subscribers register (please see the figure).

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SIP to SS7 Gateway Connection Diagram

Pic 10. SIP to SS7 Gateway Connection Diagram

V5.2 to SIP Gateway

We offer the gateway for upgrading telephone networks featuring multiple V5.2 interfaces.

There are 2 options for using this gateway based on tasks to be solved.

Option 1 is used when it is required to replace the TDM Switch with the SoftSwitch. If multiple subscriber nodes are connected to the TDM Switch over the V5.2 interface they can be switched to the SoftSwitch using the gateway as indicated on the following figure.

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V5.2 to SIP Gateway Connection Diagram

Pic 11. V5.2 to SIP Gateway Connection Diagram.

In this case the V5.2 interface disconnects from the TDM Switch and connects to the gateway that is connected to the SoftSwitch via the SIP data communications network.

SIP to V5.2 Gateway

Option 2 is used when it is required to connect VoIP subscribers from the local network to the PSTN number capacity. If the operator has the existing TDM Switch with free V5.2 interfaces the gateway on the TDM network side looks as the V5.2 subscriber node while on the IP network side it looks as the IP Telephone Exchange where IP subscribers register (please see the figure).

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SIP to V5.2 Gateway Connection Diagram

Pic 12. SIP to V5.2 Gateway Connection Diagram

V5.1 to SIP Gateway

The V5.1 to SIP signaling connection diagram is similar to the DSS1 to SIP signaling connection diagram.

SIP to V5.1 Gateway

The SIP to V5.1 signaling connection diagram is similar to the SIP to DSS1 signaling connection diagram.

DSS1 to SIP Gateway

The DSS1 to SIP signaling connection diagram is similar to the SS7 to SIP signaling connection diagram.

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SIP to DSS1 Gateway

The SIP to DSS1 signaling connection diagram is similar to the SIP to SS7 signaling connection diagram.

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R2 to SIP Gateway

The R2 to SIP signaling connection diagram is similar to the SS7 to SIP signaling connection diagram.

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SIP to R2 Gateway

The SIP to R2 signaling connection diagram is similar to the SIP to SS7 signaling connection diagram.

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CAS to SIP Gateway

The CAS to SIP signaling connection diagram is similar to the SS7 to SIP signaling connection diagram.

SIP to CAS Gateway

The SIP to CAS signaling connection diagram is similar to the SIP to SS7 signaling connection diagram.