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Call Generators & QoS Monitoring

Supplier: JDSU T&M Australia

The latest solution in network load generation: Allegro & Fortissimo

Price Guide: POA

Network Load Generators provide simultaneous functional and optional performance measurements of switch parameters and voice quality in carrier’s networks. Digital versions offer E1/T1 spans and VoIP signalling, a full Quality of Service (QoS) measurement package, and CAS, PRI, and SS7 signalling capabilities. The IP Voice Quality Tester comes with 10/100 baseT interfaces - further models are available for DS3 (45MBps), OC-3c (STM-1/155 Mbps) or analogue (POTS).

  • Compact, full-featured analog and digital call generator
  • Optionally generation of new or modification of ready-made scripts
  • Signaling protocols allowing for flexible adaption to upcoming applications
  • New Voice Responder (AM3-QoS) offers economic termination of POTS lines at remote locations for active Voice QoS systems.
  • 2-wire / POTS and 4-wire / handset interfaces
  • Statistics of call attempts / completed calls, etc.
  • Quality of Service (QoS) measurements designed to provide packet quality and voice quality scoring.
  • "Golden voice" technology to measure packet loss, jitter, signal-to-noise ratio, clipping, and delay while simultaneously providing R-Factor, GMOS, GPSQM, and GPESQ scoring.
  • Designed for operators and manufacturers integrating new services or verifying new switching platforms and modules, respectively.
  • Voice SLAs can be validated, even through non-homogeneous networks.
  • Simulation and Testing of various VoIP codec types
  • Fax/Modem simulation and QoS testing
  • Test of echo cancellers: simulation of echoes & analysis
Key Features
  • 'Allegro' / ALG: small and portable call generator model
  • 'Fortissimo' / NLG: Rack-mountable load generator for high volume call simulation
  • Intuitive graphical user interface offers control of up to 32 call generator units
  • Mix interfaces and protocols for tests in inhomogeneous TDM and NGN/VoIP networks.