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vfadmin
06-08-09, 03:45 PM
Passive Recording - Digital T1/E1

Description: Passive Recording (logging) a T1/E1 span means to record the Audio and Signaling channels without the network being able to tell that a device is connected. The logger card does not respond or inject signaling information in to the circuit being monitored. ( In passive recording mode, this card does not “terminate” a call )


Common Purposes:
- Call Center: Recording calls for quality or authorization purposes
- Financial/Banks: Recording changes, stock trades, etc


PIKA Solutions:

Both the PIKA PrimeNet MM DL board and PIKA Digital PCIe HMP board can be used to passively record a T1/E1 line.

vfadmin
06-15-09, 03:21 PM
http://outgoingftp.pikatech.com/IMAGES/Passive_Recording_HMP_Digital_T1_E1.jpg

Getting Started:
a) Purchase a PIKA HMP Digital PCIe board
b) Remove the jumbers on the board
c) Install the latest HMP SDK (2.7.x or newer)
d) Reboot
e) Install the HMP Board
g) Download and compile the sample T1/E1 Logging application "DigitalLogging" ( ISDN )
http://www.pikatechnologies.com/english/View.asp?mp=804&x=801
The sample application is not a finished product, but can show you how to use the PIKA API to build a final product.
h) Cabling: Please do not connect the Transmit Pins (TX - 4 & 5 ) on the PIKA board. Only the Receive pins ( 1 & 2 ) should be connected
i) The sample application uses ISDN as the call signalling method

Cabling:
http://outgoingftp.pikatech.com/IMAGES/T1_E1_Pinout.JPG

vfadmin
06-15-09, 03:30 PM
http://outgoingftp.pikatech.com/IMAGES/PrimenetMM-DigitalLogging1.JPG

Getting Started:
a) Purchase a PIKA PrimeNet MM DSP - Digital Logging Board
b) Install the latest AoB SDK (6.6 or newer)
c) Reboot
d) Install the PrimeNet MM DL board
e) Download and compile the sample T1/E1 Logging application "Digital Audio Logging - T1" or"Digital Audio Logging - E1"
http://www.pikatechnologies.com/english/View.asp?mp=804&x=800.
The sample application is not a finished product, but can show you how to use the PIKA API to build a final product.
f) Cabling: Please do not connect the Transmit Pins (TX - 4 & 5 ) on the PIKA board. Only the Receive pins ( 1 & 2 ) should be connected

Cabling:
http://outgoingftp.pikatech.com/IMAGES/T1_E1_Pinout.JPG

vfadmin
06-09-10, 11:08 AM
Application note on Call Recording: http://www.pikatechnologies.com/english/View.asp?x=621#