Four-Port ISDN BRI Fax Board for Universal PCI

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Datasheet
Four-Port ISDN BRI Fax Board
for Universal PCI
(CPi/400BRI PCI)
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The Intel Dialogic CPi/400BRI PCI four-port ISDN BRI
fax board was developed to meet the fax needs of
countries widely using Euro-ISDN as the preferred
communications network (e.g., Europe, Australia,
New Zealand, South Africa). This flexible, scalable
solution incorporates computer-based
fax into the ISDN environment, with a Universal PCI form
factor for maximum compatibility with the latest servers.
Digital interfaces ISDN BRI
Form factor Universal PCI long card, single-slot width

System density Four fax resources with two on-board ISDN BRI Interfaces
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Maximum four boards per system
Bus compatibility Rev 2.1 of PCI Bus Specification

Intel in Computer telephony bus ECTF H.100-compliant CT Bus
Communications

Onboard switching access to 4096 bi-directional 64 Kb/s
DS0 time slots

SCbus interoperability through provided adapter

68-pin ribbon cable connector
Network connectors Two RJ-45 on rear bracket
Lowering Costs with Inbound
Routing
Inbound routing is a dramatically under-used
dramatically reduce the number of telephone
feature of fax solutions that can help enterprises
lines needed to support a fax server. The
reduce communication costs. With analog
CPi/400BRI PCI is equipped with four fax
PSTN networks, special lines such as Direct
channels behind two on-board ISDN interfaces,
Inward Dial (DID) are required for inbound
giving users an almost unlimited supply of
routing capabilities. By taking advantage of the
numbers or called-party identifiers to use for
native ISDN CalleD and CalleR ID features, the
inbound routing.
CPi/400BRI PCI can offer both outbound faxing
and inbound routing as a standard option.
Since the CPi/400BRI PCI works over ISDN,
with each ISDN line supporting numerous
telephone extensions, IT/MIS managers can
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First software release supports maximum one board. Support for
four boards planned for SR 5.1.1 Feature pack Four-Port ISDN BRI Fax board for Universal PCI
The CPi/400BRI PCI can lower costs by reducing New Zealand, and South Africa — that accept
transmission time and by making call setup and TBR3-compliant devices.
maintenance easier and more reliable. The result is a
Install one or more CPi/400BRI PCI boards in a
quick return on investment. This Basic Rate ISDN
server to build a system that supports up to 16
fax board implements DSP-based 14.4 Kb/s
ports of computer-based fax.
modems that allow a 25 to 35% increase in the flow
of data. It also includes advanced compression
Extended Feature List
techniques — including Modified Read (MR) and

Four ports of fax processing services in a single
Modified Modified Read (MMR) — that reduce file
slot for developing medium-scale solutions
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sizes by as much as 30%.

Capacity for four boards (16 ports of fax
This Basic Rate ISDN fax board gives developers,
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processing) per system
VARs, system integrators, and MIS professionals a

On-board network interface for superior integration
reliable, scalable, and economical fax solution,
optimizing network-based fax servers and

Euro-ISDN protocol stack for fast deployment in
customized applications. Providing full compatibility
pan-European countries and other countries
with existing fax devices connected to either analog
accepting TBR-compliant products
or BRI lines via terminal adapters (TAs), the board is

Automatic Inbound Routing supported by the
ideal for international users who need low- to
native ISDN Called ID feature
medium-density computer telephony systems. it is

also well suited for inbound, outbound, and DID-like Downloadable firmware for easy feature
call routing applications. enhancement
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Built on the Intel Dialogic Architecture for
Applications and Configurations
unmatched performance and reliability
Applications

Built on the industry-standard CT Bus*
Fax Server
Using these high-density fax boards in a fax server

14.4 Kb/s fax transmission, sending and receiving
application makes it simple and affordable to add
for shorter transmission times and lower phone
fax to the communications infrastructure.
bills
Fax Broadcast

T.30 protocol for unmatched compatibility with all
A fax broadcast system, which sends out numerous
fax devices worldwide
fax messages such as press releases in one easy

MH, MR, and MMR compression, providing fast
operation, is an efficient way to save money on
throughput by increasing the number of pages
communications costs.
that can be faxed per minute and reducing the
Fax-on-Demand
amount of time spent on the phone
It’s easy to reach out to customers by giving them

Supports industry-standard H.100 and SCSA bus
easy telephone access to faxed information with no
specifications for increased density without
operator involvement. This is an ideal way to stretch
hardware replacement
a company’s communications budget.

Continued API support for the GDK/GRT interface.
Configurations
This lets you upgrade to PCI and capitalize on
The CPi/400BRI PCI implements the Euro-ISDN
faster transmission speeds without modifying your
protocol stack and is TBR3 compliant. It can be
existing software applications.
deployed not only in pan-European countries, but

Software Development Kit (SDK) for Windows*
also in other regions of the world — such as
operating system can help reduce time to market
Australia,
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A transmission speed of 14400 bps over 9600 bps increases the transmission speed by 50% and the flow of data by
typically 25 to 35%. MMR is a compression technique defined in ITU T.6 that compresses the files by typically 30%
compared to the MH (ITU T.4 1D).
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Functional Description Software Support
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The CPi/400BRI PCI board combines two ISDN BRI The Intel Dialogic System Software and Software
network interfaces with four 14,400 b/s (v.17) Development Kit (SDK) for Windows* NT (native)
facsimile resources that can perform all standard provides support for the CPi/400BRI PCI board.
functions of a fax machine and more — including This package contains a set of tools for developing
sending and receiving multiple documents and complex multi-channel applications. Intel simplifies
broadcasting. The CPi/400BRI PCI board uses a development and deployment by making the
dual-processor architecture that combines the signal CPi/400BRI PCI board compatible with Microsoft
processing capabilities of a DSP with the decision- Windows NT* and Windows 2000 operating
making and data movement functionality of a systems. This means support for a wide variety of
general-purpose control microprocessor. The applications including LAN fax, fax-on-demand
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CPi/400BRI PCI board provides call processing for (FOD), service bureaus, and more. The Intel Fax
ISDN BRI telephony signals from the telephone Development Kit for Windows NT/2000 supports
network and facsimile transmission and reception the CPi/400BRI PCI board.
processing.
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Technical Specifications
Board Specifications
Digital interfaces ISDN BRI
Number of ports Four fax resources with two on-board ISDN BRI Interfaces
Maximum boards/system Four (first software release supports maximum one board)
Form factor Universal PCI long card, single-slot width
Bus compatibility Rev 2.1 of PCI Bus Specification

Computer telephony bus ECTF H.100-compliant CT Bus

Onboard switching access to 4096 bi-directional 64 Kb/s DS0
time slots

SCbus interoperability through provided adapter

68-pin ribbon cable connector
Network connectors Two RJ-45 on rear bracket
Power Requirements
+3.3 VDC Not required
+5 VDC 7.5 Watts
+12 VDC Not required
–12 VDC Not Required
Cooling Requirements
Operating temperature 0° C to +50° C
Cooling condition per 5 CFM
maximum operating temperature
Storage temperature –20° C to +70°
Humidity 8 to 80%, non-condensing
Supported Protocols
Euro ISDN
Point-to-point configurations
Point-to-multipoint configurations with board being the only device
on passive bus
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All specifications are subject to change without notice. Actual specifications may vary from country to country for
approved products.
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Technical Specifications (cont.)
Safety and EMI Certifications
TBR3
EN50082-1
EN50022 Class B
EN41003
EN60950
ETS 300012
ETS 300125
ETS 300102-01
Warranty: Three years standard
Resource Technical Specifications: Facsimile
Fax compatibility ITU-T G3 compliant (T.4, T.30), ETSI NET/30 and T.6
compliant
Data rate 14,400 b/s (v.17) send, 14,400 b/s receive
Variable speed selection Automatic step-down to 12,000 b/s, 9600 b/s, 7200 b/s,
4800 b/s, and lower
Transmit data modes MH (Modified Huffman), MR (Modified Read), MMR (Modified
Modified Read)
Receive data modes MH, MR, and MMR

File data formats TIFF/F (Tagged Image File Format) for transmit/receive

MH

MR

MMR

ASCII-to-fax conversion Onboard, on-the-fly conversion

Page headers generated automatically
Error correction Detection, reporting, and correction of faulty scan lines
Image widths 215 mm (8.5 in.), 255 mm (10.0 in.), and 303 mm (11.9 in.)
Image scaling Automatic horizontal and vertical scaling between page sizes
Polling modes Normal and turnaround

Image resolution Normal (203 pels/in. x 98 lines/in.)

Fine (203 pels/in. x 196 lines/in.)
Fill minimization Automatic fill bit-insertion and stripping
Color fax Capable
Resource Technical Specifications: Programming Interface
GDK / GRT
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Operating System Support

All operating systems are supported in a single processor or SMP environment.

Windows NT 4.0

Windows 2000
Hardware System Requirements
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Intel Pentium processor (200 MHz or greater)

128 MB RAM for systems
Additional Components

Optional multi-drop CT Bus cable

Optional CT Bus/SCbus adapter
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