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GL Enhances T1 E1 Analyzer Products and Software
By Anil Sharma, TMCnet Contributor
GL Communications (News - Alert) Inc., a supplier of test, monitoring, and analysis equipment for TDM, wireless, IP and VoIP networks, has announced the release of its enhanced T1 E1 Analyzer software and hardware and now it's Version 6.22.
"Our T1 E1 Analysis suite of products continues to provide the most comprehensive analysis and emulation capability of any product on the market. Any traffic over T1 E1 lines including voice, fax, modem, signaling, mobile, IP, VoIP, ATM, and more is addressed," said Vijay Kulkarni, CEO of the company, in a statement.
Kulkarni said that GL's Datacom Emulator/Analyzer is an optional board available with GL's tProbe T1 E1 Analyzer USB unit.
He said that it is designed for service installation, verification, and maintenance of data communications and telecommunications equipment.Kulkarni said that the Datacom Emulator/Analyzer supports V.24, V.35, V.36, X.21, RS-449, RS-485, EIA-530, and EIA-530A interfaces. It can be configured as DTE or DCE to test Channel Service Units (CSUs) and Data Service Units (DSUs) used point-to-point and multi-point applications.
“Our FXO port on tProbe allows simulation of a two-wire FXO device such as a telephone or a fax machine. This feature allows you to capture and analyze data from a two-wire telephone line, as well as to generate and transmit analog voice or data onto that two-wire line,” he said.
Kulkarni said that the FXS port on tProbe emulates a two-wire FXS service such as a telephone wall jack.
“This feature allows you to interface with an FXO device such as a telephone. Server commands allow you to provide standard FXS features such as monitoring for the off-hook line, sending ring signals, and providing dial tone,” he said.
“Our Client Server Based Fax Simulator module uses simple commands to transmit and receive the faxes over timeslots of T1 E1 lines. It supports almost all FAX standards such as V.17, V.27, V.29, V.33, and V.34,” said Kulkarni.
GL's CAS (Channel Associated Signaling) Analyzer supports monitoring and decoding of CAS signaling events over T1 E1 networks.
Earlier in September, GL Communications Inc. had announced the release of its enhanced NetSurveyorWeb - A web-based client that can connect to SS7 / ISDN / GSM / GPRS probes through a web server that facilitates display of call data records using a web interface.
Edited by Rich Steeves