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The Monarch 120B Compact Call connect system.
Technical Description PART 2
Compiled by B R Horsfield
10/1982





Monarch CD Range
System Installation commissioning and maintenance
Item code 375897
Includes update pack No 2 (Issue 3 ?) June 1992

Monarch CD Range
System Installation commissioning and maintenance
Item code 375897
Includes update pack No 1 (item code 376014) (Issue 2 ?) Feb 1990


Monarch
Software releases and hardware enhancements
Item code 375254
Includes update pack 9 october 1993
Lists CD software upto N2.1, SE upto 15.14 and 16.8

Monarch
Software releases and hardware enhancements
Item code 375254
Includes update pack 4 April 1990
Does not list CD software but SE upto 15.3 and 16.6

Monarch 120
A,B and compact call connect systems
Software verison 2
Installation commissioning and maintenance
item code 374786
Includes update pack 4 (375894) sept 1989

Monarch 120
A,B and compact call connect systems
Software verison 2
Installation commissioning and maintenance
item code 374786
Includes update pack 4 (375894) sept 1989


Monarch SE range of
Call connect systems
Installation commissioning and maintenance
item code 391332
Includes update pack 6 (375682) sept 1989
has v16 s/w version





Monarch 250c2
call connect systems
Software verisons 13 & 14
Installation commissioning and maintenance
item code 374927
Includes update pack 4 (375895) sept 1989





Monarch
call connect system
Auxillary Features and supplementary Information Handbook
Item code 374675
Includes update pack 5  sept 1989














































BT Site Log










Monarch Site Documentation

Small MMI pocket book
Monarch SE range
call connect systems
MMI commands with abbreviated Maintainance information
Item code 375832 Issue 1







Monarch Call connect system 120B
Console Operators handbook
PH3237 11.83








Monarch Call connect system 120B
MMI User's handbook
PH3238 12.84








Monarch Call connect system 120B
Extension User's handbook
PH3236 9.82









Monarch Call connect system 250c1
Extension User's handbook
PH3312 11.83











Monarch Call connect system 250c1
summary of facility codes
for Extension User
PH3406 12.84







Monarch 250c2 Phone system 
Extension User's guide
TPU67A Issue 1 11/84
Item 374988





Monarch 250c2 Phone system 
MMI User's guide
TPU67C Issue 1A 10/85
Item 374990








British Telecom
Monarch
MMI User Guide
TPU 643 issue 3 3/88








Other documents I dont have but think exist
Monarch 120 SPC PABX, maintenance overview E5 D2151
Monarch 120 CCS	
Schedules of routines 
E5 S5095
MER 227		MERLIN MONARCH COMPACT 120 (9/85)
PH 3235		MONARCH 120B (9/82)


Shashidhar, C.R.  Coakley, F.P.  Unversity of Essex, Department of Electrical Engineering, Colchester, UK 

IEE Software & Microsystems 
Issue Date: April 1985 Volume: 4 Issue: 2 On page(s): 30 - 34 ISSN: 0261-3182 
Digital Object Identifier: 10.1049/sm:19850009 Date of Current Version: 26 August 2009

ABSTRACT

The paper presents a new approach to fault diagnosis of stored program controlled (SPC) switching systems. It uses the functional behaviour of SPC systems to model faults. This method uses circuit, structure descriptions and call processing programs to generate automatically the data required for fault analysis and avoids fault simulation.


Everard, J.D. 

This paper appears in: Solid-State Circuits, IEEE Journal of 
Issue Date: Feb. 1979 
Volume: 14 Issue: 1 
On page(s): 25 - 37 
ISSN: 0018-9200 
Digital Object Identifier:10.1109/JSSC.1979.1051138 
Date of Current Version: 06 January 2003

ABSTRACT

A single channel PCM codec is described which is being manufactured for use in the new British Post Office range of digital PABXs. The codec works on the principle of converting to and from PCM using an intermediate delta sigma modulation code format. This technique allows relatively simple analog circuitry to be used in conjunction with a digital LSI chip to perform the conversion between the intermediate code and PCM. The codec meets all the relevant CCITT Recommendations with significant operating margins.


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