Gaithersburg, Maryland (PRWEB) June 01, 2013
GL Communications Inc. introduced as of late the release of its newest product MFC-R2 Signaling Emulation the use of its MAPS Platform.
talking to journalists, Mr. Vijay Kulkarni CEO of the corporate mentioned, E1 Multi-Frequency Compelled R2 (MFC-R2) signaling is a Channel associated Signaling (CAS) protocol used over E1 signaling networks. Compelled is to bring that every digit transmission and cessation of transmission is controlled and recounted via the receiver of the digit. MFC-R2 is used to deliver addressing information along a phone trunk between two switches with the intention to set up a phone name alongside that course.
He delivered, CAS MFC-R2 protocol emulation has been added to GL’s Message Automation and Protocol Simulation (MAPS) platform. MAPS is a protocol simulation and conformance take a look at instrument that supports a lot of protocols corresponding to SIP, MEGACO, MGCP, SS7, ISDN, GSM, MAP, CAS, LTE, UMTS, SS7 SIGTRAN, ISDN SIGTRAN, SIP I, GSM AoIP, Diameter and plenty of other telecom protocols.
MAPS CAS MFC-R2 Emulator is a consumer-facet utility that works together with GLs T1 E1 Analyzer cards and windows shopper/Server software. This test instrument is used to perform testing the use of CAS signaling and transmission and detection of TDM traffic over T1 E1 using scripts, and deals a whole solution for checking out, troubleshooting, and upkeep of gadgets and networks imposing CAS protocols. E1 MFC-R2 Signaling (all editions, full /semi compelled) Emulation as outlined per the ITU suggestions Q.421-Q.442 can also be supported by extending the existing scripts.
Mr. Kulkarni additional introduced, MAPS CAS Emulator may also reinforce more than a few CAS protocols akin to E1 European Digital CAS (EUC), E1 Digital E & M, E1 world Wink start, T1 Wink start (R1 wink), T1 Loop start, T1 ground start, T1 characteristic crew D, T1 fast begin, and any user-outlined CAS protocol. It automates the trying out process with prepared scripts for inbound and outbound calls. Calls are based, once the signaling data equivalent to signaling bits, DTMF/MF digits, or tones are sent or detected.