Dialogic Poor quality tone detection

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I am looking to find a solution to detect poor quality tones on my
Dialogic D/240SC-T1. We are currently using CAS 8BZS signaling over T1
using us_mf CDP. I am sure there has got to be a setting to decrease
the amplitude threshhold for detecting tones, although I am unable to
find this in the available documentation.

Please help.

Also, we will be migrating to ISDN protocol and would also like to know
if this type of problem is applicable to ISDN protocol, and if so, how
to remedy it.

Thanks!



Re: Dialogic Poor quality tone detection


Is it that you want to detect tones that are too quite to be picked up of
that the audio channel is too quite to have the tones picked up?

You can use settings in the DCM (RXGain and TXGain) to adjust the amplitude
of audio sent or received.

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Re: Dialogic Poor quality tone detection


I'd like to be able to detecct tones that are too quiet to be
interpreted. I am hoping for a more eloquent solution than using RXGain
on all calls; I am hoping to lower the threshold of amplitude at which
the tones will be detected.

Thanks!



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