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  • #44870 Reply
    RF
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    Dear All
    can anybody explain to me how we can read CIC? iknow it’s hexa but and as far as i know the last 5 digits mean the time slot and the remaning mean which PCM?
    please advice

    example :
    12376493322(binary)

    #44871 Reply
    heru
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    Dear RF,

    In my system just 4 digit.
    for example CIC 0001 = PCM 000 channel 01 .and CIC 0032 = PCM 001 channel 00,
    maybe that same with other system, i’m not sure.. 🙂
    thank’s

    #44872 Reply
    RF
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    thanks
    i wanna ask question for your example when CIC:0032 =PCM 001 channel 00;
    how you got this PCM 001 and channel 00 ???? does there any table to know which PCM and channel?

    #44873 Reply
    heru
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    Sorry, I’m forget explain to you, that example for one DPC, there is have more CIC, and we know that 1 PCM = 32 channel (channel 0 – channel 31) so when CIC = 0032 that same with PCM 01 and channel 00. have nice job ..
    Thank’s

    #44874 Reply
    RF
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    thank you

    #44875 Reply
    mab
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    Hello RF!
    CIC: Circuit ID Code?
    I think CIC numbering is some times such that have a unique no. for 1 PCM TSlot. The numbering can go the way it was defined by the network operator/planner ?

    I hope it helps!!!

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