Abacus1 PCG Subsystem Rev. 23 All Options Enabled


Abacus1 PCG Subsystem Rev. 23 All Options Enabled – Call Gen, Switch, T1 CAS, E1 CAS, PRA, SLC-96 II, GR-303, V5, SS7, PRA on V5

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Abacus PCG Digital Call Generator & Switch Simulator card  with the following options:

  • Hardware revision: 23
  • Call Gen
  • T1 CAS
  • E1 CAS
  • PRA
  • SLC-96 II
  • GR-303
  • V5
  • SS7
  • PRA on V5

The PCM Circuit Generator (PCG) subsystem provides one PCM circuit at the T1 (1.544 Mbps) or the E1 (2.048 Mbps) rate. The circuit can emulate a telephone exchange (central office) or a terminal. You can configure any of the channels to be an originating channel or a terminating channel (calling or called party).

The PCG subsystem comprises the following two printed circuit assemblies:

  • PCG: the front card, which has active electronics and is installed into the front of the shelf.
  • PCI: the rear card, which has connectors and jumpers and is installed into the rear of the shelf to provides the physical means of connection to your system under test.


  • One four-wire (full duplex) circuit
  • Call generation and switching
  • Built-in protocol analyzers
  • Test T1 (1544 kb/s) and E1 (2048 kb/s)
  • 32-bit processor, DSPs, and flash memory to ensure full computing and upgrading capabilities
  • Standard ISDN protocols are supplied, and each standard protocol can be customized
  • Programmable call progress tones
  • Flexible call sequences
  • Generate 20,000 calls or switch 13,400 calls
  • Program test duration to be random or fixed from 1 s to 5 years
  • 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 Abacus1

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.

Additional information

Weight 3 lbs

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