Mitel DECT Basestations Datasheet

Mitel DECT Base Stations
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The Mitel BS300 range of base stations
offers a variety of coverage patterns to suit different situations. By choosing the right mix of
base stations and the appropriate antennas you can ensure quality coverage and sufficient traffic
capacity exactly where you need it.
Based on the GAP/CAP standard, the base stations
BS332 Base Station
deliver high quality telephony, messaging and
alarm handling through out the entire system. All
The BS332 is the standard solution for most
Mitel BS300 base stations are compact, lightweight
business premises. Although typical indoor
and easy to install in small as well as very large
coverage is 30 m, actual coverage depends on
factors such as the spacing of walls and the
building materials used. The BS332 supports up
to 8 simultaneous speech calls per base station.
Remaining signaling capacity is reserved for DECT
SMS messaging and alarm handling. Whilst the
BS332 is primarily designed for indoor coverage,
an outdoor housing is available for outdoor
applications. Outdoor coverage is up to 300 m.
The basic function of the base station is the transmission
and reception of DECT radio signals. To this end, the base
station is equipped with a radio, capable of accessing
a spectrum of 120 radio channels. The base station is
controlled and powered from the radio exchange board via
two twisted pairs. Extra power pairs can be used to increase
the powering range of the base station. The base station
can also be powered using a local AC adapter. This base
station is compatible with the integrated cordless solutions
of the MiVoice MX-ONE, BusinessPhone and MD Evolution
telephony systems.
The BS332 has two internal antennas. At any time during
the transmission or reception cycle only one antenna is
active. However, fading of the radio signal is corrected
by switching to the other antenna for transmission
and reception. This switching, also called spatial and
polarization diversity, can be done per time slot and results
in a more stable radio performance and hence better
BS300 Base Stations
The software of this base station resides in programmable
non-volatile memory. Loading and managing of the
base station’s software can be done via the call server’s
radio board. To further simplify operation of the DECT
infrastructure, all configuration of the base station is done
through the call server.
speech quality.
When powering the base station from the call server, the
The connection between the base station and the radio
exchange is established via two proprietary U-interfaces
using 2B+D. Each U-interface uses one twisted pair. The
two bi-directional U-interfaces provide a data rate of 128
kbits/s for each speech channel, which is sufficient for a
voltage offered to the base station may vary, depending
on the distance between base stations and exchange
(i.e. power supply). The base station requires a minimum
voltage of 21 V DC and maximum input voltage to the base
station is 56 V DC.
total of 8 simultaneous calls.
The BS332 can be mounted on a wall, ceiling, pole or
Two RJ45 modular jacks type connectors for data and
power connection are located on the rear of the base
station. The connectors are interconnected inside the base
station. This arrangement allows an easy connection of
extra power to the base station.
The maximum length of the cable between the exchange
and the base station depends on the supply voltage, the
wire thickness of the twisted pair cables and the number
of extra power pairs used. The length of the cable between
the telephony system and base stations can be up to 1.9
km. The radio coverage radius of the base station depends
on the propagation characteristics and varies between 20 300 m.
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beam, using the same type of mounting bracket as used
for BS342. The bracket shall be secured first and thereafter
the base station can be easily fixed on to it. This makes
mounting and exchanging of the base station relatively
BS342 Base Station
Outdoor Housing
The BS342 shares the basic characteristics of the BS332, but
comes with two external omnidirectional dipole antennas.
These default antennas provide a spherical coverage
pattern, other antennas are available as alternatives. The
directional antennas radiate more in certain directions
than in others. The benefit with the alternative antennas
is the ability to direct coverage exactly where you need it,
reducing overall cost in cases where the ideal coverage
shape is not a sphere.
Any combination of external antennas on one base station
must cover/face the same area.
Typical applications for outdoor housing are base station
coverage of car-parks, storage areas and large factory areas
where physical and environmental protection is a necessity.
The door and housing have a solid all-round construction
and are made of light-grey fiberglass reinforced polyester,
suitable for over painting. The housing has rain protection
strips over and under the door. The door itself has double
sealing on the top and bottom containing double closinglocks.
On the bottom of the housing there are two feed-through
holes for data cable and power cable (if needed). An
The GAP/CAP based base station is available in two
external power indicator, also on the bottom, can be
connected to the base station to give the same indications
as the built-in LED. Local power adapter, as well as some
• 80E00014AAA-A, internal antennas
• 80E00015AAA-A, external antennas
directional antennas can be located inside the housing.
The outdoor housing can be mounted directly on walls and
To support various markets, the base station is equipped
flat surfaces. It can also, with the optional pool mounting
with a DIP switch where support for the following
kit, easily be mounted on pools and similar construction
spectrums can be set:
• 1880-1900 MHz Std./EU
Note, the outdoor housing provides neither heating nor
• 1910-1930 MHz Latin America
lightning protection for the base stations.
• 1920-1930 MHz North America
Outdoor housing for BS300
and IPBS400
Antennas for BS342
• SDC 905 04/1 Outdoor housing
• NTM 501 04 Pool mounting kit (for SDC 905 04/1)
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170 (w) x 170 (d) x 38 (h)
170 (w) x 170 (d) x 38 (h)
107 (l) x 8.5 (d) mm
Dimensions (mm):
Ext. antennas’ dimension
Weight (grams):
432 (incl. standard ext. antennas)
ABS molded plastic
ABS molded plastic
White (NCS S 0502-B)
White (NCS S 0502-B)
Operating temperature
-10 to +70 oC
-10 to +55 oC
Storage temperature
-25 to +70 oC
-25 to +55 oC
Rel. operating humidity
15 to 90 %, non condensing
15 to 90 %, non condensing
Rel. storage humidity
5 to 95 %, non condensing
5 to 95 %, non condensing
Supported systems
MX-ONE, BusinessPhone,
MD Evolution
MX-ONE, BusinessPhone,
MD Evolution
Operating voltage
21 to 56 V DC
21 to 56 V DC
Power consumption
RF carriers
RF output power (US/EU)
Center frequency stability
Modulation method
1.3 - 2.0 W
1.3 - 2.0 W
Standard, LA, CN, US
19 / 24 dBm
19 / 24 dBm
+/- 25 ppm
+/- 25 ppm
Gaussian Filtered Frequency Shift
Keying (GFSK)
Gaussian Filtered Frequency Shift
Keying (GFSK)
Typical RF output impedance
50 Ohms
50 Ohms
Receiver sensitivity
At least -86 dBm at B.E.R. = 10-3
At least -86 dBm at B.E.R. = 10-3
Input compression
Better then -30 dBm at -1 dB
compression point
Better then -30 dBm at -1 dB
compression point
2 RJ45
2 RJ45
2 MCX SMT (female)
DECT GAP/CAP interface
Broadcast and multicast messaging
Non-blocked alarm channels
External LED indication
External antennas
Max. 1.9 km
Max. 1.9 km
Radio and Telecom. Terminal
Low Voltage Directive (LVD)
EN 301489-1 v1.4.1;
EN 301489-6 v1.2.1
EN 301489-1 v1.4.1;
EN 301489-6 v1.2.1
EN 60950-1: 2001
EN 60950-1: 2001
EN 301406 v1.4.1;
TBR 022
EN 301406 v1.4.1;
TBR 022
Nr. of simultaneous calls
Distance between the radio board and
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Directive (EMC)
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Size (mm):
300 (w) x 200 (d) x 400 (h)
Weight (kg):
5.4 (base station not included)
Material/color (housing and door)
Fiberglass-reinforced unsaturated polyester, self-extinguishing,
light grey close to RAL 7035
Mounting plate
Zinc-plated steel
Withstanding temperature
-30 to +80 oC
Protection category
IP 66
Impact protection
Fully insulated to VDE 100 § 7, of 2.5 to 3.5
Stainless steel and zinc coated metal
DECT GAP/CAP interface
Flexible mounting strip enables mounting on pool with diameter up to ~19 cm
By choosing the right mix of base stations
and the appropriate antennas, you can
ensure quality coverage and sufficient traffic
capacity exactly where you need it.
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