World VoIP NewsGL Comms releases innovative VoIP codecs H.323 analysis tool
GL Comms releases innovative VoIP codecs H.323 analysis tool
Company GL Communications has released innovative product named as PacketH323, this solution is designed to represent a software of H.323 for single call. GL Communications ensures computer based test, analysis and simulation applications attached by dedicated consulting services to the telecommunications providers worldwide.
“VoIP procedures and technology in framework of packet networks continue to deliver hot issues on quality of services – such as echo, time delays, voice distortions and jams due to insufficient performance or jittered packets,” explained Jagdish Vadalia, Senior Manager at GL Comm. “These issues and challenges are proven to be rampant even further in frames of high levels of voice compression. Adequate mechanisms for generating analysing and measuring impairments are not accessible on the market. GL's PacketH323 fills this considerable gap with an array of tools for simulating H.323 calls and creating real-time packages on VoIP networks.” Essential features of the PacketH323 are Voice Quality Measurements engines, real-time talk and playback (by means of microphone/speakers connected to PC); complete H.323 Functionality; regular and automated Calling options; complete Remote Control; Send/Detect consumer-defined frequency tones; Send/Detect DTMF/MF digits (as in-band and out-band modes); Audio Codecs such as G.711, G.726 and G.729A/B; and availability of H.323 messaging metrics. “Packet H323 is a PC-based on-line VoIP call engine for providing voice band testing over the H.323 VoIP Protocol,” Vadalia added . “It can transmit single calls, as in manuall as in automated mode, and generate an asset of traffic once the call session is launched and commenced . Call Records, Call Statistics and all associated protocol activities are all handled and displayed to the user in real time.” “PacketH323 is completely Client Server enabled; it means the user can manage it from any distant location either within a Client GUI or a Client Command Line (as back up of scripting deployments),” Vadalia stated. “An specific hardware RTP can deal with real-time voice calls from analog phones, or fax calls from fax machines.” GL’s TDM Analysis & Emulation products line includes the T1, E1, T3, E3, OC-3, OC-12, STM-1, STM-4, analog multi-lined interface cards and external portable ports.
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