ISDN PRI to SS7 Signaling Converter

Support of TDM Switch and Euro ISDN, E-DSS1, simply EDSS1

  • from 2 to 16 E1 interfaces
  • SS7, ISDN PRI, V5.2, V5.1, R2 CAS, R2 MFC, R2 DTMF
  • SIP, hardware echo cancellation
  • full accessible commutation 16 E1

ISDN PRI to SS7 signaling converter is the powerful tool used to interface the telecommunications equipment and provide its interaction using various signaling systems.

Primary Rate Interface (PRI) – standard interface ISDN network.

ISDN PRI to SS7 Signaling Converter, SIP, support E1 Stream Multiplexer, connection diagram

Pic 1. ISDN PRI to SS7 Signalling Converter Connection Diagram

Using signaling converters helps to optimize capital expenditures when upgrading the network and extend the lifetime of the existing systems.

Key Features, Signalings, Protocols and Interfaces

The signaling and PCM30 protocol converter provides:

  • converting signaling protocols of PCM30 digital links
  • creating semipermanent connections
  • dividing E1 links into channels
  • converting the subscriber number when the connection is being established over the assigned masks
  • visual monitoring of how system information flows in signal channels
  • full-service switching of 16 PCM30 links

ISDN PRI to SS7 Signaling Converter supports the following signaling protocols:

  • SS7 (or Signaling System #7, CCS7 Common Channel Signaling System 7, C7, CCITT7, N7 Signalisierungssystem Nummer 7)
  • ISDN PRI (or Euro-ISDN, E-DSS1, simply EDSS1)
  • V5.2
  • V5.1
  • R2 CAS
  • R2 MFC
  • R2 DTMF

Design, Management and Power of ISDN PRI to SS7 Signaling Converter

Technically, the product is designed as a dedicated industrial controller based on the state-of-the-art telecommunications processor. The E1 Link Switch is designed to be installed in a server closet 19″ rack with 1U height of the housing.

Monitoring and control (changing configuration, monitoring operation etc.) are performed locally (RS-232 interface, COM1 port) or over Ethernet (TCP/IP).

The power is supplied from the DC source operating within from -36V to 72V range or from the AC source operating within from -90V to 265V range.

Power redundancy can be provided by installing two power sources that are operated concurrently with various configurations: 220V+220V, 220V+48V/60V or 48V/60V+48V/60V.