Portable USB T1 E1 Analyzer
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Complex T1 E1 testing just got simpler with GL's new portable USB based T1 E1 analyzer !
GL's new USB based T1 E1 Analyzer is the world's most powerful, compact, full featured, and complete BERT, voiceband, data, signaling,
and protocol analyzer on the market.
It is introduced with the following enhancements:
- Lightweight (less than 2 lbs) and small footprint (5" x 4" x 1.5")
- The unit's lightweight and small footprint make it easy to carry in the pouch of a Notebook PC making it perfect for air travel. Compatibility with any Notebook
PC allows the software to be installed on many PCs - just ship the unit to the intended location and use an available PC.
- Software Selectable T1 or E1 interfacing along with Drop and Insert
- Two (2) port and four (4) port captures of T1 and E1 signals with one or two USB T1 E1 Analyzers connected to a single PC
- Portability: Converts a Notebook or Desktop PC into a powerful T1 E1 test instrument
- USB 2.0 interface for complete access to T1 E1 rate signals
- Voice Frequency (VF) Drop and Insert: Besides providing access to in-band PCM data, the T1 (E1) provides VF interface for monitoring and inserting audio with Drop and Insert.
Users can connect to VF ports using 3.5mm unbalanced (or mono) audio cable, with standard 600 Ohms termination mode only.
- VF Tx Gains for USB T1 E1 analyzer ranges from -7.2 dB dB to +18.2 dB in 0.1dB steps, and VF Rx Gains for USB T1 E1 analyzer ranges from -18.0 dB to +7.3 dB in 0.1 dB steps.
- Monitor the T1/E1 line conditions such as frame errors, violations, alarms, frequency, power level, and clock (or frame/bit) slips.
- Support for all "basic applications" and "special applications"
- Comprehensive Analysis / Emulation of Voice, Digits, Tones, Fax, Modem, Raw Data, Protocol, Analog, Digital, Echo and Voice Quality testing
- Remote access and scripting: Install the unit and walk away! Use remote or scripting software to control or monitor the unit from anywhere. Any remote
software such as VNC or PC anywhere will work. Or, use our powerful scripting software to automate and remote all data acquisition and processing
- Call Recording, Generation, and Monitoring for hundreds to thousands of calls in one platform
- Capable of simulating as well as decoding and demodulating fax calls over T1/E1 lines using Fax Simulator and FaxScan™
- Windows® and Linux Drivers for Open Source Applications
- Compatible with Windows® XP , 7 and 8 operating systems and user friendly real-time software
- It can perform analysis and emulation of various signal types including voice, digits, and tones; various protocols including HDLC, ISDN, SS7, CAS, Frame Relay,
GSM, GPRS, CDMA, and UMTS.
- It is capable of T1 or E1 PCM signal visualization, capture, storage, analysis, and emulation.
- Routing and Bridging emulation over Multi T1/E1 WAN interfaces using MLPPP (Multi Link PPP) and MFR (Multi Link Frame relay) protocols
- Automate the IVR testing process - call establishment and traffic generation / detection process through scripts
- Monitoring IVR System for voice and data quality
- HDL File Conversion Utility
This application converts a file from Ethereal format files (.PCAP, .CAP, and .PCAPNG) to GL proprietary file format (.HDL) and vice-versa. The application can automatically detect the format of the source PCAP file whether it is captured on Linux or Windows® and converts accordingly to HDL file. By converting the file to *.HDL format, the users can use the converted *.HDL files in T1 E1, T3 E3, LightSpeed1000™, or PacketScan™ applications to decode and analyze.
GL's offers other popular forms of T1 E1 analysis hardware such as
Accompanying Basic & Optional Software
The unit comes with basic software for basic testing needs and optional features that extend the capability far beyond the most expensive T1 E1 testers.
For example: capturing and transmitting the entire raw T1 or E1 signal simultaneously on two full duplex ports, or performing ISDN emulation, or SS7 analysis,
or analyzing echo and voice quality on voiceband channels.
A list of all the basic applications and other optional applications (requiring additional licenses) are
||USB TYPE B
|External Power Connector
||Coaxial DC Power Jack (mates with 5.5mm x 2.1mm coaxial plug)
||(2) RJ48c Connectors
|Audio Input/Output Connectors
||(4) 3.5 mm Unbalanced (or Mono) Audio Jacks (TX & RX)
|External clock Input/output Connectors
||(2) MCX Coaxial Jacks
||USB 2.0 Compliant Interface
||External Power Requirements
||+5V @ 1A with power applied to the center ring
||T1/E1 Line Interface
||Unframed, D4(T1) , ESF(T1), CAS(E1), FAS(E1), CRC4, J1
Hardware Compliant: SLC96,
|Line Code format
||AMI, B8ZS(T1) or HDB3(E1)
|Bert Pattern Generation
||Pseudorandom patterns: (63) 2^6-1, (511) 2^9-1,(2047) 2^11-1, (32767) 2^15-1, (1048575)
2^20-1, (8388607), 2^23-1, QRSS.
Hardware Compliant: T1 In-Band Loop Code Generation and Detection
Fixed patterns: All Ones,
All Zeros, 1:1, 1:7, 3 in 24.
Hardware Compliant: User pattern of up to 32 bits in length
International, National & Extra
Bits: User Defined (E1)
|Display and Logging
||Bit Errors, Bit Error Rate, Error Seconds, Error Free Seconds, %EFS, Severely Error Seconds, % SES,
Degraded Minutes, %Dmin, Loss Pattern Sync Count, Loss of Sync Seconds, Available Seconds, %Available Seconds,
Unavailable Seconds, Bipolar Violations, BPV Rate, BPV Seconds, BPV Free Seconds, Frame Errors, FE Rate, FE Seconds,
FE Free Seconds, with Detailed logging into disk file.
Resync In Progress, Loss of Signal, Blue Alarm, Change of Frame Alignment, Bipolar Violation, Frame
Error , Carrier Loss, Yellow Alarm, Out of Frame Events Counter, Errored Superframe Counter, Bipolar Violations,
Remote Alarm, Distant Multiframe Alarm, Signaling All Ones, CAS Multiframe Error, CRC4 Error.
|Drop and Insert
||Any Contiguous set of digital timeslots and/or audio input
Hardware Compliant: Any
|Facility Data Link
||T1 ESF Mode: Transmit/Receive Messages, Bit-Oriented Messages, and files.
ANSI: T1.403.1995, T1.231-1993, T1.408
AT&T: TR54016, TR62411
ITU: G.703, G.704, G.706, G.736, G.775, G.823, G.932, I.431,
ITU-T: Recommendation I.432-03/93 B-ISDN User- Network Interface-Physical Layer
ETSI: ETS 300 011, ETS 300 166, ETS 300 233, CTR12, CRT4
Japanese: JTG.703, JTI.431, JJ-20.11 (CMI Coding Only)
|T1 Output Level
||T1: 3.0V Base to Peak Selectable 0-655Ft Pulse Equalization Setting
|E1 Output Level
||E1: 3.0V ± 0.3V Base to Peak
|Line Buildout Selections
||0dB, -7.5dB, -15dB, -22.5dB
||Blue, Yellow, Remote, Distant Multiframe
Bit 7 Zero
D4 Yellow: 1 in S bit of frame 12
ESF-RAI CI Code
Receive Carrier Loss: 0's for 2047 or 255 bits
||BPV, Bit Error, Frame Error, CRC Errors, Burst Frames, Fixed Error Rate,
Random Error Rate, auto logic from 10-2 to
10-9 for selectable 56K or 64Kps channels.
|Internal Clock Specification
||Standard: ± 3ppm
Optional: ± 1ppm
|Output Clock Source
||Internal, Recovered, External Clock
||100 ohms for Terminate and monitor (T1)
120 ohms for Terminate and monitor (E1)
> 1K ohms for Bridge
||Terminate, Monitor, Bridge
|T1 Input Frequency
||1.544MHz ± 20KHz
|E1 Input Frequency
||2.048Mhz ± 20KHz
||Frame Error, CRC Error, BPV Error, Logic Error, Frame Alignment Error
10 or 24 bits for sync time
2/4, 2/5, or 2/6 frame bit in error frame select
Frame error bit corruption for 1 or 3 frame bits
Line Code Violation
Path Code Violation
||D4 Yellow Alarm, ESF Yellow Alarm
Hardware Compliant: J1 Yellow Alarm
0 to 36dB (Long haul)
0 to 15dB (Limited Long haul)
0 to 43dB (Long haul)
0 to 13dB (Short Haul)
||Meets Jitter Tolerance:
Meets AT&T TR 62411 (Dec. 90)
Meets ITU-T G.823
Meets AT&T TR 62411 (Dec. 90)
||Synthesized Tone: 15 Hz to 3975 Hz selectable in 1Hz steps,
+3.0dBm to -40dBm in 0.1 steps selectable, Frequency
Dual Tone: Single or any combination of tones.
Supervision: User defined states of A, B, (C,D) bits.
Signaling: DTMF/MF Dialing Digits.
File Playback: User created or recorded file.
Special Codes: Milliwat Codes, CSU
Loop Up/Down Codes.
||Displays for All Channels: Signaling Bits, Power Level, Frequency, Data.
Graphical displays: Oscilloscope,
Spectral, Spectrogram, Signal-to-Noise
Signaling: DTMF/MF Dialed Digit Detection and Analysis
Full/Fractional T1/E1 Timeslots to hard disk file.
||VF Audio Interface
|| Level: 0.0dBm ± 0.1dBm
Range: -7.2dB to +18.2dB selectable gain in 0.1dB steps
Output Impedance: 600 Ohms nominal
||Gain - Selectable steps in 0.1dB steps Range: -18.6dB to +6.7dB
Audio Monitoring: Built-in Speaker or
external speaker attachment.
Audio Insertion: Selected DS0 replaced with inserted audio from VF Input with selected
Range: -18.0 dB to +7.3 dB selectable gain in 0.1dB steps
Volume Control: User specified software controller
Input Impedance: 600 ohms nominal
||(4) 3.5 mm Unbalanced (or Mono) Audio Jacks (TX & RX)
||External Clock Interface
||TTL Level tolerant
||50 Ohms nominal
|Made for Use with Handset to the following specifications
||Handset Current: >2mA
Ouput Level: -46 dbV
Output Impedance: 1000 Ohms
Input Impedance: 150 Ohms
||Up to 2 Seconds
||Up to 8 Seconds
||Pentium III or higher with MS-Windows XP or higher, USB 2.0 Compliant Interface
||5" (L) x 4 1/8" (W) x 1 ½" (H)
* Specifications subject to change without notice.
Please Note: The XX in the Item No. refers to the hardware platform, listed at the bottom of the
Buyer's Guide, which the software will be running on. Therefore, XX can either be UTE, UTA, or UEA depending upon
*Specifications are subjected to change
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