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Analyze_Route and Forward_Call. If SCP determines that a call setup can proceed, it ends the transaction with one of these messages, depending on the message received from SSP (see Fig. 17.3-1). The messages contain routing and charging information for the call. If SCP does not provide other routing information, SSP resumes the call processing at the analyzing-information state (Fig. 17.2-l) and analyzes the called number. If the number represents a line served by SSP, the call moves to the termination_ attempt state of T-BCM. Otherwise, SCP determines the route set for the call destination. On long-distance calls, it takes into account the IC carrier selected by the calling party. SCP can include AlternateCarrier (Par.11) and possibly SecondAlternate Carrier (Par.12). In this case, SSP also resumes processing at the analyzing-information state. If the call cannot be routed to the caller s selected IC carrier, SSP routes the call to the alternate, or second alternate, IC carrier. If the Analyze_Route message includes PrimaryTrunkGroup (Par.24), SSP resumes, its call processing at the selecting-route state, bypassing the determination of the (public) route set for the call. This is because Par.24 speci es a private facility trunk group, owned or leased by a business customer (Section 1.1.2), as the rstchoice trunk group for the call. If Par.24 is present, the message may also include Par.25 and Par.26 (second-choice and third-choice private facility trunk group), and Par.10, Par.11, and Par.12 ( rst-, second-, and third-choice IC carrier). SSP tests these trunk groups for available trunks, in the order listed above. We now turn to the charging information in the Analyze_Route and Forward_Call messages. If the call is to be charged to a party other than the calling party, the charge number of this party is identi ed by AMAAlternateBillingNumber (Par.23). For example, in 800 calls, Par.23 holds the charge number of the business customer who owns the 800 number. Par.19, Par.20, Par.21, and Par.22 (primary, alternate, second alternate, and over ow billing indicator) contain billing information to be included in the billing record for the call, if the call is routed over, respectively, the rst-, second-, or third-choice private facility trunk group, or a public (IC carrier) trunk group. Authorize_Termination Message. This message is sent when SCP has determined that the call destination is a line attached to SSP, and that the setup can proceed. Routing instructions are not needed, but the message can include charging information (Par.19 and/or Par.23). Disconnect and Send_To_Resource (Final) Messages. These messages are sent when SCP has determined that the call should not be setup. Both messages can include charging information (Par.19, Par.23). In Send_To_ Resource messages, ResourceType (Par.28) is set to play announcement, and the announcement is speci ed by StrParameterBlock (Par.29). DisconnectFlag (Par.30) instructs SSP to disconnect the caller, after the announcement has been played.
pacitance of a few picofarads. Any capacitance within a circuit can cause potential problems at higher frequencies. For probes that have 1 pF capacitance or less, signal integrity concerns are minimized. Most probes have a bandwidth far lower than 1 GHz. The reactance of 1 pF at 1 GHz is 160 (Xc = 1/2 fC), which is on the same order of many circuits and cable assemblies. A substantial fraction of current measured with the probe may be increased through this parasitic capacitance internal to the probe. To prevent loading down a transmission line and for accurate measurement, the probe should be placed where a low voltage level with respect to ground is present. By Ampere s law, the sum of the current must be equal everywhere in the transmission line. Placing the current probe on the return terminal and not the source line may provide a more accurate measured value of RF energy, or magnetic flux; however, measurement on the source line must also be taken to ascertain the magnitude of common-mode current present. Inserting Series Impedance into Circuit Being Evaluated. With any probe, series impedance will always be present. Most vendors provide this information in their data sheets and identify if built-in termination is provided, such as a 50- resistor. Some probes have series impedance that is too small to be of concern. The transfer impedance of the probe is usually the series impedance added to the conductor being measured. Inductance within any transmission line causes voltage potentials as well as total flux to vary; thus inaccurate measurement can occur. Effects of Transfer Impedance on Equipment Operation. Transfer impedance allows one to know how much coupling is present between the transmission line and the probe. A significant amount of error can occur if the transfer impedance plot from the vendor of the probe is not taken into consideration during measurement. All probes have a loss curve across their frequency range of operation. The value of the transfer impedance must be added to the measured value to provide accuracy. The problem with achieving extreme accuracy lies with how accurate the probe has been characterized. Magnetic Core Saturation. Magnetic core saturation plays an important part in large energy circuits, especially AC mains where LCI measurements are taken. Circuits that are capable of causing saturation may be caused by either high- or low-frequency currents that are outside the range of desired operation. High energy levels may be generated by pulsed electromagnetic fields in addition to AC mains. The probe must be able to handle the power level present as saturation can affect measurement accuracy. This is especially true with smaller sized probes. Most clamp-on versions are able to handle 50 100 A without saturation. When measuring two wires at the same time, in differential-mode, common-mode current present will not typically saturate the probe since differential flux in the wire pair essentially cancels out the magnetic field present. Stray Response. The stray response of current probes is another concern. Current probes may be sensitive to stray electric fields as they are designed to
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