Specifications

Acoustic and telephonometry testing of handset and hands-free telephones (opt. ACU, HATS, HATS2)
VoIP and Digital telephones (opt. VoIP, DECT, WiFI, Bluetooth)TIA/EIA-810-A [3]
TIA/EIA-810-B
TIA/EIA-920 [3] 
TIA/EIA-920-A
TBR 10 [3]
ETSI ES 202 737 [3]
ETSI ES 202 738 [3]
ETSI ES 202 739 [3]
ETSI ES 202 740 [3]
EN 50332 [3]
Cellular telephones3GPP TS 26.131, 3GPP TS 26.132 3GPP TS 51.010-1 (GSM 11.10)
ETSI EN 300 903 (GSM 03.50)
ITU-T P.342, P.360
3GPP2 C.S0056-0 (cdma 2000) TIA-1042-2005.11 (cdma 2000) EN 50332 [3]
Analog telephonesTBR-38 ANSI/TIA-470.110-CANSI/TIA-470.120-C EN 50332 [3]
Hearing Aid Compatibility (opt. HAC)FCC 68.316 and 68.317 HAC (USA)
SIP protocol testing (opt. SIP)ETSI TS 102.027 / RFC 3261
Voice Quality Testing (opt. VQT)ITU-T P.862, P.862.1 (International)
PEAQ – Perceptual Evaluation of Audio Quality (opt. PEAQ)ITU-R BS.1387-1
Acoustics and TelephonometrySending and Receiving Sensitivity/ frequency response
Sending and Receiving Loudness Rating (SLR, ROLR, RLR)
Receive Volume Control
Sending and Receiving Linearity
Sending and Receiving Distortion
Sending and Receiving Noise
Sidetone and Sidetone Masking Rating (STMR)
Sidetone delay
Sending and Receiving Delay
Spectrum Analysis with stimulus
Sound Pressure Level (SPL)
Instability and Howling
Echo return loss
Terminal weighted coupling loss single talk & double talk
(TCLwst & TCLwdt)
Acoustic shock protection
Ambient Noise Rejection
Voice Quality Testing of handset and hands-free terminals (see
Voice Quality Testing)
Hearing Aid CompatibilityMagnetic field intensity
Induced voltage frequency response
Hearing aid compatibility volume control
Voice over IPAcoustics and telephonometry tests of handset and handsfree VoIP terminals (see Acoustics and Telephonometry) Voice Quality Testing (See Voice Quality Testing)
VoIP spectrum analysis and signal generation
VoIP signaling analysis
Call simulation and analysis of SIP and H.323
Programmable Call, Answer, Disconnect
Playback and recording of .wav files
Programmable received event masks and if / then / go to
conditions for flow control of the simulation execution and
verdict setting
Programmable user messages, user verdicts and remote
commands (for EUT automatic operation)
Pre-defined and user defined database of signals and
encodings
Through transmission tests [2]
Audio and Voice Frequency TestingSingle port (referenced to pre-recorded signals e.g. on MP3 players) and dual port measurements over the following transmit – receive ports:
audio, analog (FXS), acoustic (mouth or ear
simulator),
VoIP

Including:
Level Frequency Response
THD+N
Phase [4]
Crosstalk
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
Jitter [4]
Voice Quality TestingPESQ (Perceptual Evaluation of Speech Quality) testing over a combination of the following TCA transmit – receive ports:
 analog (FXS), acoustic (mouth or ear
simulator),VoIP with on-line analysis and
recording to . wav file(s)
Off-line analysis of degraded vs reference .wav files
 Including the following measurements:
 

PESQ MOS per ITU-T P.862 and MOS LQO
per ITU-T P.862.1

Delay and delay jitter

Reference and degraded signal level and
loudness with aligned and non-aligned
waveforms

R factor (ITU-T G.107 e-model)

Attenuation, Loudness

AGC measurements

VAD (Voice Activity Detection) performance analysis:

Front End Clipping, Hold Over Time (Hang Over Time)

Speech dropout

Audio Quality Testing [4]
PEAQ (Perceptual Evaluation of Audio Quality) testing over the TCA audio interface including the following measurements:
Objective Difference Grade (ODG)
Distortion Index (DI)
Modulation changes, loudness of distortions, Linear
distortions, Bandwidths of Signals, Frequency
of audible distortions, Noise-to-mask ratio, Detection
probability, Harmonic structure of error
TOSQATOSQA (Telecommunication Objective Speech Quality Assessment) testingAccording to TOSQA (electrical measurement) and TOSQA 2001 (acoustic and electrical measurements) over a combination of the following TCA transmit – receive ports:
analog (FXS), acoustic (mouth or ear simulator),
VoIP with on-line analysis and recording to .wav
file(s) Off-line analysis of degraded vs
reference .wav files
 Including the following measurements:
 TOSQA value TMOS valueEquipment Impairment Factor Ie Delay
POLQAPOLQA MOS per ITU-T P.863
Analog PSTN interface (opt. ALG)
One Analog 2-wire FXS test port with Off-hook LED indicator
Connectors ………………………………… Two 4 mm banana jacks
Output loop feed voltage ……………… 48 Vdc
Maximum loop current………………….. 120 mA
Series resistance………………………… 400Ω – 10 k Ω with 10 Ω steps
Termination…………………………………. 600 Ω, 900 Ω, 
                                                           270 Ω + 750 Ω || 0.15uF, 
                                                           82 Ω + 600 Ω || 0.068uF,
                                                           220 Ω + 820 Ω || 0.115uF,
                                                           370 Ω + 620 Ω || 0.31uF
Artificial line………………………………… 0, 2.7 km, 4.6 km (Per ANSI/TIA-470.100C 4.3.6)
CPE load simulator……………………….. According to ANSI/TIA-470.100C 4.3.7
Audio interface
Audio frequency generator output
     Connector……………………………… BNC female
     Impedance…………………………….. 1 Ω
     Maximum output voltage………….. 14
     Vpp Frequency range…………….. 10 Hz – 20 kHz 

Measurement input
     Connector………………………………. BNC female
     Impedance……………………………… 100 k Ω
     Maximum input voltage…………….. 2 Vrms
     Frequency range…………………….. 10 Hz – 24 kHz
Acoustic interface
Audio frequency generator output
     Connector……………………………… LEMO type female (2-pin)
     Connects to external mouth simulator / speaker

Measurement input
     Connector……………………………… LEMO type female (7-pin) 
     Connects to external ear simulator (right ear) / microphone

Second measurement
     input Connector………………………. LEMO type female (7-pin)
     Connects to external ear simulator (left ear) / microphone

Low-sensitivity measurement input
     Connector……………………………… LEMO type female (7-pin)
     Connects to external ear simulator microphone
VoIP Ethernet test interface (opt. VoIP)
(One of the Ethernet LAN ports. See below)
Signaling protocols                            SIP, H.323
Codecs                                              G.711, G.722, G.726, G.723, G.729A, GSM FR, iLBC2
PC interfaces
SVGA output – Connects to external monitor supplied with the system
     Connector type………………………. HD15 female 

USB – USB 2.0 compatible
     Connector type………………………. Eight standard USB ports

Parallel
     Connector type………………………. DB25 female

Ethernet LAN
     10/100 Mbit/s NIC……………………. Two ports
     Connector type………………………. RJ-45 female

Audio output, Line input, Microphone input
     Audio interfaces. AC ‘97 Audio Codec compatible
     Connector types……………………… 3.5 mm stereo jacks

Keyboard -Connects to external keyboard Connector type………………………. PS/2 female

Mouse – Connects to external mouse
     Connector type………………………. PS/2 female
Built-in PC
Intel Core 2 Duo CPU
1 GB RAM
Internal 160 GB hard disk
Power requirements
100 – 240 V AC rms, 50 Hz / 60 Hz, 3A(@ 100 V) 1.5A (@ 240 V) , 460 W
maximum with all options installed and including the external monitor
Environmental Conditions
Temperature
     Operating ……………………………………….. 5° C to 35° C
     Storage…………………………………………… -10° C to 60° C
Relative Humidity
     Operating…………………………………………. 30% to 80%
     Storage……………………………………………. 10% to 85%
Altitude
     Operating………………………………………….. up to 10,000 feet (3,048 meters)
     Storage…………………………………………….. up to 31,500 feet (9,600 meters)
Regulatory Compliance
     EMC…………………………………………………. EN 61326
     FCC Part 15, Class A Safety……………….. IEC/EN/UL 61010-1
Dimensions
     483 mm (W) x 133 mm (H) x 400 mm (D) Without accessories
Weight
     15 kg with all the options installed without external accessories

NOTES:

  1. Excluding: High voltage (surges, overvoltage protection, leakage current), EMC, safety, environmental tests
  2. Contact Hermon Laboratories for other available standards
  3. Some standards are optional – please consult with Hermon Laboratories
  4. Requires opt. TSYNC