The Matra 6501 Manuall is a portable radio device that can be connected to a DECT base station or an S0 Basic Rate Interface. It is part of the MC 6500 series of products from Matra Nortel Communications, a company that specializes in telecommunication solutions. The Matra 6501 Manuall has various functions and capabilities that allow the user to communicate effectively and securely.
In this article, we will provide a brief overview of how to install and use the Matra 6501 Manuall, based on the official installation and setup manual from Matra Nortel Communications[^1^]. For more detailed information, please refer to the original manual or contact the manufacturer.
The installation of the Matra 6501 Manuall involves three main steps: connecting the power supply, connecting the antenna, and connecting the interface.
Connecting the power supply
The Matra 6501 Manuall requires a 230 V AC power supply with a frequency of 50 Hz. The power cord should be plugged into a grounded outlet that is easily accessible. The power switch is located on the rear panel of the device. To turn on the device, press the switch to the ON position. To turn off the device, press the switch to the OFF position.
Connecting the antenna
The Matra 6501 Manuall comes with an external antenna that can be mounted on a wall or a ceiling. The antenna should be placed in a location that provides optimal radio coverage and minimizes interference. The antenna cable should be connected to the ANT connector on the rear panel of the device. The cable length should not exceed 10 meters.
Connecting the interface
The Matra 6501 Manuall can be connected to either a DECT base station or an S0 Basic Rate Interface (BRI). The DECT base station provides wireless communication between the portable radio and the PBX system. The S0 BRI provides digital communication between the portable radio and the ISDN network.
To connect to a DECT base station, use a standard RJ45 cable to connect the DECT connector on the rear panel of the device to one of the ports on the base station. To connect to an S0 BRI, use a standard RJ45 cable to connect the S0 connector on the rear panel of the device to one of the ports on the BRI. Note that connecting a DECT base station to an S0 BRI voids the possibility of connecting any other ISDN equipment to that BRI[^1^].
The usage of the Matra 6501 Manuall involves four main steps: registering the portable radio, making and receiving calls, using supplementary services, and using special functions.
Registering the portable radio
The portable radio must be registered to a DECT base station or an S0 BRI before it can be used. The registration process assigns a unique identity number (IPEI) and a subscriber number (MSN) to the portable radio. The registration process can be initiated either manually or automatically.
To register manually, press and hold the REG key on the front panel of the device for more than two seconds. The display will show \"REGISTRATION\". Then enter the four-digit PIN code of the base station or BRI using the numeric keypad. The display will show \"REGISTERING\" followed by \"OK\" if successful or \"ERROR\" if unsuccessful.
To register automatically, press and hold both volume keys on
the side of
the portable radio for more than two seconds. The display will show \"AUTO REGISTRATION\". Then place
the portable radio near
the base station or BRI within one minute. The display will show \"REGISTERING\" followed by \"OK\" if successful or \"ERROR\" if unsuccessful.