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    Default Daytona Card tone detection

    Daytona Card tone detection

    How can we get different type of tone as Dial tone , Busy Tone?
    and can I configure tone.tb as my requirement?

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    Hi Abhinav,

    Dialtone, ringback, busy, and fast busy tones are all considered "Call Progress" Tones. "Call Progress" tones are not detected as single tones, but rather as "patterns" of tones having a specified "cadence". These cadences will vary depending on where in the world the application is to be deployed.

    For instance, in North America (where PIKA is located),
    --> "Ringback" is defined as a Call Progress tone with a cadence of 2000ms ON, and 4000 ms OFF
    --> "Busy" is defined as a Call Progress tone with a cadence of 500ms ON, 500ms OFF.
    --> "Fast Busy" is defined as a Call Progress tone with a cadence of 250ms ON, 500ms OFF
    --> "Dialtone" could be defined as a Call Progress tone with a cadence of 5000 ms ON, 0ms OFF

    If you are using MonteCarlo AllOnBoard, you would pass tone index 0 (Call Progress) into the PK_VP_IncludeToneEx function. Then, PK_EVENT_ATD_TONE_ON_EX and PK_EVENT_ATD_TONE_OFF_EX events will be generated when call progress tones appear and disappear on the line. Parameter 1 of each event can be used to determine the previous on and off time of each tone.Paul

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    Default Daytona Card tone detection for India

    Hi Paul,

    You are telling these about dial tone and busy tone for North America but I want to know this for India.

    Abhinav

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    Hi Abhinav,

    Yes, the cadence of call progress tones will vary around the world. This website may help:

    http://www.3amsystems.com/wireline/tone-search.htm?start=0&kCountry=81&kTone=&frequency=&c adence=

    I cannot be certain this information is accurate. Do they look right to you?
    Paul

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