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GL Announces Enhanced GSM Protocol Test Suite

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GSM Protocol Analysis Emulation

GL’s GSM Protocol Test Suite comprises of GSM Protocol Analyzer that analyzes all GSM interfaces and Protocol Emulators that can obey GSM A, Abis, MAP, CAP INAP interfaces over both TDM IP transport.

Gaithersburg, Maryland (PRWEB) Mar 23, 2015

GL Communications Inc., announced now a extended GSM Protocol Test Suite that comprises GSM Protocol Analysis, MAP, INAP, CAMEL, GSM A and GSM Abis simulation tools.

Speaking to a press, Mr. Jagdish Vadalia, a Senior Manager for product growth of a association said, “The Global System for Mobile (GSM) is a tellurian customary for mobile voice and information communications. The handheld mobile and a BTS promulgate opposite a radio link, or atmosphere interface (Um). Subsequently, a BTS, BSC, and MSC promulgate opposite Abis and A interfaces. GL has solutions for a research and simulation of whole GSM network interfaces – A, Abis, MAP, INAP, and CAP interfaces.”

He combined “GL’s GSM Protocol Test Suite comprises of GSM Protocol Analyzer that analyzes all GSM interfaces and Protocol Emulators that can obey GSM A, Abis, MAP, CAP INAP interfaces over both TDM IP transport.”

Mr. Vadalia explained, “GL’s MAPS™ MAP supports simulation of all a GSM and UMTS MAP interfaces. MAPS™ MAP now supports a several procedures emulating MSC (VLR), HLR, EIR, and SMSC entities and H, C, D, E, F interfaces in a network. The product also supports send/receive SMS (Short Message Service) concurrently regulating signaling channel with a voice/data/fax use over GSM network.

GL’s MAPS™ INAP tester supports contrast network elements gsmSCF and gsmSSF. MAPS™ INAP functionality covers a ITU and ANSI variants of SS7 implementing M3UA, M2PA, M2UA, MTP3 and ISUP protocols over TDM and IP ride protocols. INAP can be ecstatic regulating ‘traditional’ SS7 protocols carried by Message Transfer Protocol (MTP) in TDM (T1 and E1) or over IP regulating SIGTRAN.

GL’s MAPS™ CAP Emulator can obey CAP (CAMEL Application Part) extra services such as one messaging, prepaid, and toll-free (Freephone). These services are permitted in TDM and IP formed GSM networks. CAP information upsurge is tangible between organic entities such as Service Control Function (SCF) and Service Switching Function (SSF) distributed opposite network executing services.

GL’s MAPS™ GSM A Emulator over IP and MAPS™ GSM A Emulator over TDM are used to copy BSSMAP and DTAP messages over GSM A Interface and signaling selection as tangible by 3GPP standards. The tester supports contrast network elements MSC and BSC, Error tracking, Regression testing, Conformance testing, Load testing/Call era and era of high volumes of GSM traffic.

MAPS™ GSM Abis can copy BTSM messages and signaling over GSM Abis interface as per 3GPP standards. The tester supports contrast network elements BTS and BSC, Error tracking, Regression testing, Conformance testing, Load testing/Call generation, and era of high volumes of GSM Abis traffic. “

He serve explained, “The exam apartment also provides GSM network monitoring capability on TDM network and a Analyzer monitors calls surpassing by GSM networks from a executive plcae around web interface, along with a absolute and customizable stating tools. GSM Protocol Analyzer also supports GSM-R, a proven European Mobile Communications Standard for Railway Operations used to lift railway-specific voice and information services according to EIRENE (H 22 T 0001 2) and ETSI TS 102 610 specifications.

GL’s PacketScan™- All IP Protocol Analyzer supports monitoring all 2G, 3G and 4G wireless communication protocols such as GSM, GPRS, UMTS, SIGTRAN, LTE, and Diameter, in further to IP protocols such as SIP, MGCP, MEGACO, Skinny, and H.323. It monitors calls surpassing by wireless networks from a executive plcae around web interface, along with a absolute and customizable stating tools. GSM interfaces upheld over IP by PacketScan™ are: A (b/w BSC and MSC), and Abis (b/w BSC and BTS), BSSAP, DTAP, BSSMAP, GSM MAP, INAP, and CAMEL protocols. It also supports decoding of roughly all attention customary signaling protocols including MAP/CAMEL and INAP. “

Important MAPS™ Platform Features:

•Call Simulation Control

•Multi-protocol, Multi-interface Simulation

•Script formed and custom eccentric program architecture

•Auto beget and respond to signaling messages

•Traffic Handling Capabilities (requires additional license)

•Fault Insertion, and Erroneous Call Flows Testing

•Automation

•Automated Load /Stress Testing

•Scheduler and pre-saved pattern files for programmed testing

•Pre-processing tools

•Easy book builder for discerning contrast to allege testing

•Customization of exam pattern profiles

•Unlimited ability to customize a custom fields and call control scenarios

•Centralized Control and Remote Access

•Command Line Interface (requires additional license)

•Option to send reports to database permitted around web interface

•Centralized control of mixed MAPS™ applications remotely from singular customer application

•Reports and Statistics

•Call Status, Link Status, and Message Statistics

•Capture Events, and Error Events

About GL Communications Inc.,

Founded in 1986, GL Communications Inc. is a heading retailer of test, monitoring, and research apparatus for TDM, Wireless, IP, and VoIP networks. Unlike required exam equipment, GL’s exam platforms yield visualization, capture, storage, and available facilities like portability, remote operation, and scripting.

Our exam solutions cover far-reaching array of networks – 4G (LTE), 3G, 2G, IP, Ethernet, T1, T3, E1, E3, OC-3/STM-1, OC-12/STM-4, and analog. GL’s collection are widely used by a telecommunication attention for: conformance testing, programmed stress/load testing, and opening assessment, and analysis.

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