GL Enhances T1 E1 Analyzer Products and Software
News Release from:
GL Communications Inc
15 October 2012
GL Communications have released the enhanced T1 E1 Analyzer Software and Hardware and now it's Version 6.22. Speaking to the media, Mr. Vijay Kulkarni, CEO of the company said, 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.”
He continued with explaining major hardware features and software applications introduced, “GL's Datacom Emulator/Analyzer is an optional board available with GL's tProbe™ T1 E1 Analyzer USB unit. It is designed for service installation, verification, and maintenance of data communications and telecommunications equipment.
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.
Similarly, 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.
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.
GL's CAS (Channel Associated Signaling) Analyzer supports monitoring and decoding of CAS signaling events over T1 E1 networks. Supported CAS signaling types include MFC-R2 and R1. The real-time analysis is used to capture data on one or multiple T1 E1 lines on specified timeslot simultaneously during transmission. Users can record all or filtered traffic into a trace file. The recorded trace file can then be analyzed offline and exported to an ASCII file, or printed.
Our MAPS, a multi purpose protocol emulation platform, can now be configured as server application, to enable remote control of the application through multiple command-line based clients. Supported clients include C++, TCL, Python and others.
The application MAP TCL Client Interface (MAPS Client IFC) includes a MapsClientIfc.dll file, a packaged library that enables communication with the MAPS Server from a TCL environment. The advantage of such communication enables user to control MAPS by sending commands and receiving responses in a scripting language already familiar with many users.”
Mr. Kulkarni further added, “There are enhancements introduced comprehensively to some of our existing applications and to name a few: T1 E1 Analyzer software, Protocol Analyzers viz., GSM and SS7 analyzers, T1 E1 Octal and Quad boards, MAPS™ Framework, Client Server and introduction of FXO/FXS applications.”