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____________________________________________________ DS34T101, DS34T102, DS34T104, DS34T108
Register Name :
RSAOI1, RSAOI2, RSAOI3
Register Description:
Receive Signaling All-Ones Insertion Registers (T1 Mode Only)
Register Address:
base address + 0x0E0, 0x0E4, 0x0E8
Bit #
7
6
RSAOI1
CH8
CH7
RSAOI2
CH16
CH15
RSAOI3
CH24
CH23
Note: These registers have alternate definitions for E1 mode. See
Bits 7 to 0 (x3): Rx Signaling All-Ones Insertion Enable for Channels 1 to 24 (CH1 to CH24). Setting any of
the CH1 through CH24 bits in these registers causes signaling data on RSER to be replaced with logic ones for
those channels The RSIG signal continues to report the signaling data actually received. Note that this feature
must be enabled by setting RSIGC.RFSA1=1. See Section 10.11.3.2.
0 = Do not affect the signaling data on RSER for this channel
1 = Replace the signaling data for this channel on RSER with all ones
Register Name :
RDMWE1-T1, RDMWE2-T1, RDMWE3-T1
Register Description:
Receive Digital Milliwatt Enable Registers (T1 Mode Only)
Register Address:
base address + 0x0F0, 0x0F4, 0x0F8
Bit #
7
RDMWE1-T1
CH8
CH7
RDMWE2-T1
CH16
CH15
RDMWE3-T1
CH24
CH23
Note: These registers have alternate definitions for E1 mode. See
Note: These registers are only used in T1 mode. The
Bits 7 to 0 (x3): T1 Rx Digital Milliwatt Enable for Channels 1 to 24 (CH1 to CH24). Register bit RCR3.uALAW
specifies whether u-law or A-law coding is used for the digital milliwatt code. See section 10.11.13.
0 = Do not affect the Rx data associated with this channel
1 = Replace the Rx data associated with this channel with digital milliwatt code
5
4
CH6
CH5
CH14
CH13
CH22
CH21
6
5
4
CH6
CH5
CH14
CH13
CH22
CH21
RDMWE1-E1
3
2
1
CH4
CH3
CH2
CH12
CH11
CH10
CH20
CH19
CH18
E1RIDR25-27.
3
2
1
CH4
CH3
CH2
CH12
CH11
CH10
CH20
CH19
CH18
E1RIDR29-31.
RDMWE4-E1
registers are used in E1 mode.
0
CH1
CH9
CH17
0
CH1
CH9
CH17
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