Spirent Abacus ECG1 subsystem with the following Option installed
- Call Gen
The Spirent Abacus ECG1 subsystem is a component of the Abacus1 system, which is designed and manufactured by Spirent Communications to emulate analog telephones or PBXs. The ECG1
subsystem provides twenty-five circuits that emulate the subscriber side of an analog two-wire circuit. Any of the channels on ECG1 can be configured to be an originating channel or a terminating channel (calling or called party). ECG1 executes a call sequence for each circuit.
- Emulate analog telephones or PBXs
- 25 two-wire circuits
- Globally compliant with FCC, NET4, CTR21, JATE, and country specific PTT specifications
- Programmable protocol state machine
- 32-bit processor, DSPs, and flash memory to ensure full computing and upgrading capabilities
- Programmable call progress tones
- DTMF, MF R2, MF R2, pulse dialling
- Detect caller ID
- Detect metering pulses
- Detect battery reversal and denial
- Generate 14000 calls per hour per subsystem
- Program test duration to be random or fixed from 1s to 5 years
- Flexible call sequences
- Verify that speech path is established and retained for duration of call
- Results are automatically and continuously gathered and presented in tables and graphs
- End-to-end testing with other interfaces on Abacus.
NOTE: No software of any kind (external or internal) is provided with the Hardware. Please contact Spirent to obtain software license rights and maintenance support.