Gaithersburg, Maryland, (PRWEB) March 16, 2013
GL Communications Inc. a leader in providing PC-based test, analysis and simulation products and consulting services to the worldwide telecommunications industry, announced today the availability of its T3 Digital Bulk Call Emulation System.
Speaking to media persons, Mr. Rob Bichefsky Senior Manager for Product Development of the company said, High-density traffic loading has become an essential testing tool for developing today’s Networks and Gateways. Along with loading all DS0’s of a complete T3, simulating all types of real-time traffic and providing analysis of the traffic is required.
He added, GL introduces a complete T3 digital Bulk Call/Manual Call emulation system. Using four DCOSS systems, supplying all 56 DS1’s, and 2 T3 Mux’s, a fully loaded T3 system can be configured. The entire T3 solution is housed in a single 19 inch rack and utilizes a single keyboard, mouse and monitor to control all four DCOSS units through a PC switching arrangement. In this configuration, full control of all 672 full-duplex circuits is possible.
Mr.Bichefsky further added, Traffic (real-time Voice Calls, Voice Files, Fax Calls, Modem Calls, DTMF/MF digits, and Single-/Dual-Frequency Tones) can be individually assigned to each circuit through Bulk Calling Configurations as well as Bulk Calling Scripting. Each DCOSS call may be tested for continuity, quality, and integrity simultaneously. Two DCOSS units (one with 16 T1 spans, the other with 12 T1 spans with full control of signaling, traffic generation, and traffic detection) are required for fully loading a DS3 line. Thus, four DCOSS units are required for simulating both sides of the DS3 line. In addition, each DCOSS can originate or terminate voice calls from standard telephones. All of the advanced features/functions, available with a single DCOSS, are accessible using the T3 configuration.
He added, Manual calling, including calls generated using analog or BRI phone handsets, is available. Bulk Calling, including Bulk Call scripting and Bulk Call scheduling, for all 1344 DS0’s (672 timeslots per T3) is available. Traffic generation on each of the 1344 DS0’s can be achieved using Voice Files, Fax Emulation, Modem Emulation, DTMF/MF Digits, and Single-/Dual Frequency Tones.
The four DCOSS systems may be networked together so that a single DCOSS Remote Client can very easily control both sides of the entire T3 configuration (all four DCOSS systems). Also, a single PC station can control all four DCOSS systems using a PC controller switch (switching monitor, keyboard, and mouse).