Conversion and Installation Procedure Of256p Rax to Anrax
B. Chandra Shekar1, V. Prudhvi Raj2, A. Rama Krishna3

1B. Chandra Shekar, B-Tech (IV/IV), Dept. of ECM, K.L. University, Vaddeswaram, A. P, India.
2V. Prudhvi Raj, B-Tech (IV/IV), Dept. of ECM, K.L. University, Vaddeswaram, A. P, India.
3A. Rama Krishna, Assistant Professor, Dept. of ECM, K.L. University, Vaddeswaram, A.P, India.

Manuscript received on 15 November 2012 | Revised Manuscript received on 25 November 2012 | Manuscript Published on 30 November 2012 | PP: 97-101 | Volume-1 Issue-6, November 2012 | Retrieval Number: E0342101612/2012©BEIESP
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Abstract: The present manuscript deals with the conversion of 256P RAX to AN-RAX and also the installation procedure of 256P RAX to AN-RAX. The 256P RAX uses only 184 lines PSTN subscribers but if we convert it into ANRAX it uses 248 lines PSTN subscribers through V5.2 protocol. The 256P RAX consists of three racks, they are: 1) Power Distribution Panel (PDP), 2)Master Frame & 3)Slave Frame. After the conversion of 256P RAX to AN-RAX we can use the master frame as slave frame and slave frame as master frame, both will be same after the conversion. To do the conversion of 256P RAX some of the cards become redundant and those cards have to be removed. Then the modification will be done for the 256P RAX. The conversion and installation procedure is completely done in five steps. The main objective for converting the 256P RAX we can have the maximum lines for the exchange.
Keywords: 256P RAX, ACCESS NETWORK RURAL AUTOMATIC EXCHANGE (AN-RAX), PUBLIC SWITCHING TELEPHONE NETWORK (PSTN), V5.2 protocol Standard interface between LE and AN, Local Exchange (LE), AN-RAX Controller Card (ARC), AN-RAX Interface Card (ARI).

Scope of the Article: Artificial Neural Network