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Protocol Analyzers for Communications Network (TDM, Packet, and Wireless Protocols)

TDM, Packcket, and Wireless Protocol Analysis

GL's protocol analyzers allow monitoring a communication link by non-intrusively tapping the network under test in accordance with industry protocol standards. The simple common framework for all the protocol analysis software helps you easily identify the improper sequence of protocol messages, and filter out frames causing the protocol violation.

Features

GL carries the widest array of protocol analysis probes for TDM, Wireless, and Packet networks. Based on a uniform architecture with identical features and functions, they can be used flexibly for a wide variety of tasks, including,

  • as independent standalone units for simple interface analysis
  • as remote or offline protocol analyzers
  • as "protocol analysis probes" integrated with a network surveillance systems
  • as network elements for advanced traffic collection and processing
  • as a "packet sniffer" to capture, and analyze packets over ip networks
  • as a "network troubleshooter" - drill through huge captured protocol traces using extensive filter and search capabilities, centralized tracking and monitoring
  • a "common standardized UI" to support the testing of 2G, 2.5G, 3G, and 4G networks
  • continuous recording of protocol exchange on an SS7, ISDN, or any IP interface, limited only by hard disk or network storage space
  • triggering, collecting and filtering for unique subscriber information and relaying such information to a back end processor
  • collecting CDR information for billing

Wireless Protocol Analyzers

GSM (over TDM, over IP)

GL's GSM protocol analyzer is used to analyze GSM protocols, a switching and signaling telecommunication protocol between MSC & BSC, BSC & BTS, MSC & SMLC, UMA & MS,. and so on. GSM protocol analyzer also supports decoding proprietary 'Mobis' Interface (Motorola equivalent of the GSM A-bis interface) between BSC (Base Station Controller) - BTS (Base Transceiver Station) and BSC (Base Station Controller) - PCU (Packet Controller Unit). Other interfaces supported include Ls / Lb / Lp Interface (Interface between MSC and SMLC), and Up (Interface between UNC (UMA network controller) and MS).

TRAU

GL's GSM protocol analyzer is used to analyze GSM protocols, a switching and signaling telecommunication protocol between MSC & BSC, BSC & BTS, MSC & SMLC, UMA & MS,. and so on. GSM protocol analyzer also supports decoding proprietary 'Mobis' Interface (Motorola equivalent of the GSM A-bis interface) between BSC (Base Station Controller) - BTS (Base Transceiver Station) and BSC (Base Station Controller) - PCU (Packet Controller Unit). Other interfaces supported include Ls / Lb / Lp Interface (Interface between MSC and SMLC), and Up (Interface between UNC (UMA network controller) and MS).

GPRS(over TDM, over IP)

GL's GSM protocol analyzer is used to analyze GSM protocols, a switching and signaling telecommunication protocol between MSC & BSC, BSC & BTS, MSC & SMLC, UMA & MS,. and so on. GSM protocol analyzer also supports decoding proprietary 'Mobis' Interface (Motorola equivalent of the GSM A-bis interface) between BSC (Base Station Controller) - BTS (Base Transceiver Station) and BSC (Base Station Controller) - PCU (Packet Controller Unit). Other interfaces supported include Ls / Lb / Lp Interface (Interface between MSC and SMLC), and Up (Interface between UNC (UMA network controller) and MS).

UMTS (over TDM, over IP)

GL's GSM protocol analyzer is used to analyze GSM protocols, a switching and signaling telecommunication protocol between MSC & BSC, BSC & BTS, MSC & SMLC, UMA & MS,. and so on. GSM protocol analyzer also supports decoding proprietary 'Mobis' Interface (Motorola equivalent of the GSM A-bis interface) between BSC (Base Station Controller) - BTS (Base Transceiver Station) and BSC (Base Station Controller) - PCU (Packet Controller Unit). Other interfaces supported include Ls / Lb / Lp Interface (Interface between MSC and SMLC), and Up (Interface between UNC (UMA network controller) and MS).

CDMA 2000

GL's GSM protocol analyzer is used to analyze GSM protocols, a switching and signaling telecommunication protocol between MSC & BSC, BSC & BTS, MSC & SMLC, UMA & MS,. and so on. GSM protocol analyzer also supports decoding proprietary 'Mobis' Interface (Motorola equivalent of the GSM A-bis interface) between BSC (Base Station Controller) - BTS (Base Transceiver Station) and BSC (Base Station Controller) - PCU (Packet Controller Unit). Other interfaces supported include Ls / Lb / Lp Interface (Interface between MSC and SMLC), and Up (Interface between UNC (UMA network controller) and MS).

LTE (Long Term Evolution) Protocol Analyzer

GL's LTE protocol analyzer is capable of capturing, decoding and performing various test measurements across various interfaces i.e. S1, S3, S4, S5 (or S8), S6a, S10, S11, S13 and X2 interfaces of the LTE network.

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LTE (Long Term Evolution) Protocol Analyzer

Network Surveillance

GL's GSM protocol analyzer is used to analyze GSM protocols, a switching and signaling telecommunication protocol between MSC & BSC, BSC & BTS, MSC & SMLC, UMA & MS,. and so on. GSM protocol analyzer also supports decoding proprietary 'Mobis' Interface (Motorola equivalent of the GSM A-bis interface) between BSC (Base Station Controller) - BTS (Base Transceiver Station) and BSC (Base Station Controller) - PCU (Packet Controller Unit). Other interfaces supported include Ls / Lb / Lp Interface (Interface between MSC and SMLC), and Up (Interface between UNC (UMA network controller) and MS).

Backhaul Network Testing Solutions

GL's GSM protocol analyzer is used to analyze GSM protocols, a switching and signaling telecommunication protocol between MSC & BSC, BSC & BTS, MSC & SMLC, UMA & MS,. and so on. GSM protocol analyzer also supports decoding proprietary 'Mobis' Interface (Motorola equivalent of the GSM A-bis interface) between BSC (Base Station Controller) - BTS (Base Transceiver Station) and BSC (Base Station Controller) - PCU (Packet Controller Unit). Other interfaces supported include Ls / Lb / Lp Interface (Interface between MSC and SMLC), and Up (Interface between UNC (UMA network controller) and MS).

TDM Protocol Analyzers

Protocol Identifier

The Protocol Identifier application can identify various protocols carried on T1 or E1 lines. It is capable of detecting protocols such as ISDN, ATM, HDLC, MTP2, LAPD, SS7, PPP, GSM, GSM Abis, TRAU, and Frame Relay. The timeslots and the subchannels within the timeslots are also identified. Once identified, a detailed protocol analysis can be carried out by individual protocol analyzers. This application is helpful in identifying traffic types at a concentration point, DSX patch panel, or multiplexed facility.

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Protocol Identifier

The Protocol Identifier application can identify various protocols carried on T1 or E1 lines. It is capable of detecting protocols such as ISDN, ATM, HDLC, MTP2, LAPD, SS7, PPP, GSM, GSM Abis, TRAU, and Frame Relay. The timeslots and the subchannels within the timeslots are also identified. Once identified, a detailed protocol analysis can be carried out by individual protocol analyzers. This application is helpful in identifying traffic types at a concentration point, DSX patch panel, or multiplexed facility.

Channel Associated Signaling (CAS)

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ISDN

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SS7(C7)

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SS1

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HDLC

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GR-303

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V5.X

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ATM

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PPP and MLPPP

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Frame Relay

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Data Communication Protocol Analyzer

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T1 Facility Data Link Analysis

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DCME Test and Analysis

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E1 Maintenance Data Link

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Network Surveillance

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Remote Protocol Analyzer

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IP Protocol Analyzers

    UMTS, GPRS, GSM

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    CDMA 2000

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    SIGTRAN

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    SIP, H.323, SIP-I, SIP-T

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    RTP, RTCP, Digits, Tones, Voice, Fax, and Video over IP    

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    MGCP, Megaco

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    SIGTRAN – SS7, ISDN

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    Diameter

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    Network Surveillance

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