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JCT Media Boards
Dialogic® JCT Media Boards
Dialogic® JCT Media Boards can be used by developers to provide
small- and medium-sized enterprise Computer Telephony (CT)
applications that require high-performance, cost-aggressive voice
and fax processing, but do not require the large-scale system
sophistication of SCbus- or CT Bus-based products. The boards
use the same Application Programming Interface (API) as their
predecessor (Dialogic® D/4PCI Media Board), making it easy to
scale existing applications to take advantage of their power and
features in a single PCI or PCI Express slot. The boards have
improved voice quality and Automatic Gain Control (AGC), so even a weak telephone signal can be recorded and
replayed with complete clarity.
Products Discussed in This Datasheet
• Dialogic® D/4PCIUF Media Board
• Dialogic® D/4PCIU4S Media Board
The D/4PCIUF (voice and fax) and D/4PCIU4S (voice and speech/CSP) use Digital Signal Processor (DSP) voice
processing technology, making it well-suited for server-based CT systems under Windows® and Linux. These boards
provide a powerful platform for creating sophisticated Interactive Voice Response (IVR) applications for the smalland medium-sized enterprise market segment. Caller ID support lets applications, such as IVR, receive calling party
information via a telephone trunk line. Caller ID is supported for North America (CLASS protocol), the United Kingdom
(CLI protocol), and in Japan (CLIP protocol).
Features
Benefits
Supports up to four channels of DSP-based onboard fax
(D/4PCIUF only)
Reduces the number of boards per system
Supports up to four channels of continuous speech
processing (D/4PCIU4S only)
Provides a flexible speech processing technology, which wnen
coupled with efficient drivers, off-loads critical real-time signal
processing in speech-enabled applications to onboard DSPs.
Reduces system latency, increases recognition accuracy, and
improves overall system response time for speech solutions.
Separate models available with Universal PCI or PCI Express
edge connector
Universal PCI form factor compatible with 3.3 V and 5.0 V bus
signals enabling deployment in a wide variety of PCI chassis from
popular manufacturers; PCI Express form factor compatible with
1x slots (x1 or higher compatible) also available
A variety of country-specific approvals
Expands an application’s ability to serve several global market
segments
Supports G.726 and GSM coders
Implements unified messaging applications that meet VPIM
standards
Voice coding on a channel-by-channel basis
Allows for optimal tradeoff between disk storage and voice quality
Half-size PCI or PCI Express form factor
Build cost-effective systems using the most up-to-date industrystandard chassis
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Dialogic® JCT Media Boards
Technical Specifications
Number of ports
4
Maximum boards per system
16
Analog network interface
Onboard loop start interface circuits
Control microprocessor
Intel 80C186 @ 34.8MHz
Digital signal processor
Freescale DSP56303 @ 100 MHz, with 128Kx24 private
Supported operating systems
Windows®; Linux. Details at http://www.dialogic.com/systemreleases
CSP
Yes on D/4PCIU4S only
Signaling
Analog loop start
Host Interface — PCI and PCI Express
Bus compatibility
PCI and PCI Express
PCI bus speed
33 MHz maximum
Shared memory
32 KB page
Base addresses
Selected by PCI or PCI Express BIOS
Interrupt level
1 IRQ (IntA) shared by all boards
Platform — PCI and PCI Express
Form factorPCI Universal or PCI Express
6.9 in. (17.25 cm) long
0.75 in. (1.875 cm) wide
3.85 in. (9.625 cm) high (excluding edge connector)
Power Requirements — PCI
+5 VDC
650 mA
Power Requirements — PCI Express
+12 VDC
450 mA maximum
Environmental Requirements — PC and PCI Express
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Operating temperature
+32°F (0°C) to +122F°F (+50°C)
Storage temperature
–4°F (–20°C) to +158°F (+70°C)
Humidity
8% to 80% noncondensing
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Technical Specifications (cont.)
Telephone Interface
Trunk typeLoop start
Ground start for inbound applications with AC ringing
Impedance
600 Ohm (nominal). Matching complex impedance specified in TBR-21 for D/4PCIU-EURO
Ring detection
15 Vrms min., 15 Hz to 68 Hz
Loop current range
20 mA to 120 mA, DC (polarity insensitive)
Crosstalk coupling
–80 dB at 3 kHz channel-to-channel
Connector
4 RJ-11
Approvals and Compliance
Hazardous substances
RoHS Compliance Information at http://www.dialogic.com/rohs/
Safety and EMC
CanadaICES-003 Class A
ULc CSA 60950-1 File E96804
EuropeEN60950
EN55022
EN55024
Japan
VCCI Class A
United StatesFCC Part 15 Class A
UL 60950-1 File E96804
InternationalIEC60950-1
CISPR 22
CISPR 24
Telecom Approvals
United States
US:EBZKX07BD4PCIU
Canada
IC: 885A-D4PCIU
European Union
DoC
Country-specific approvalsSee the Product Declarations & Global Approvals list at http://www.dialogic.com/declarations/ or contact your Authorized Distributor
Reliability/Warranty
Estimated MTBFPer Telecordia Method 1 Case 1
PCI: 434,000 hours
PCI Express: 301,000
Warranty
Warranty information at http://www.dialogic.com/warranties
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Springware/JCT Technical Specifications
Facsimile (available on D/4PCIUF only)
Fax compatibilityITU-T G3 compliant (T.4, T.30)
ETSI NET/30 compliant
Data rate 14,400 b/s (v.17) send
9600 b/s receive
Variable speed selection
Automatic step-down to 12,000 b/s, 9600 b/s, 7200 b/s, 4800 b/s, and lower
Transmit data modes Modified Huffman (MH)
Modified Read (MR)
Receive data modes MH, MR
File data formats Tagged Image File Format-Fax (TIFF-F) for transmit/receive MH and MR
ASCII-to-fax conversion Host-PC-based conversion
Direct transmission of text files
All Windows® fonts supported
Page headers generated automatically
Error correction Detection, reporting, and correction of faulty scan lines
Image widths 8.5 in. (21.5 cm)
10 in. (25.4 cm)
11.9 in. (30.23 cm)
Image scaling Automatic horizontal and vertical scaling between page sizes
Polling modes Normal
Turnaround
Image resolution Normal (203 pels/in. x 98 lines/in.; 203 pels/2.5 cm ? 98 lines/2.5 cm)
Fine (203 pels/in. x 196 lines/in.; 203 pels/2.5 cm ? 196 lines/2.5 cm)
Fill minimization Automatic fill bit insertion and stripping
Audio Signal
Receive range
–50 dBm to –9 dBm (nominal), for average speech signals** configurable by parameter†
Automatic gain controlApplication can enable/disable
Above –30 dBm results in full scale recording, configurable by parameter†
Silence detection
–40 dBm nominal, software adjustable†
Transmit level (weighted average)
–9 dBm nominal, configurable by parameter†
Transmit volume control
40 dB adjustment range, with application-definable increments, capped at legal limit
Frequency Response
24 kb/s
300 Hz to 2600 Hz ±3 dB
32 kb/s
300 Hz to 3400 Hz ±3 dB
48 kb/s
300 Hz to 2600 Hz ±3 dB
64 kb/s
300 Hz to 3400 Hz ±3 dB
Audio Digitizing
13 kb/s
GSM @ 8 kHz sampling
24 kb/s
ADPCM @ 6 kHz sampling
32 kb/s
ADPCM @ 8 kHz sampling
32 kb/s
G.726 @ 8 kHz sampling
48 kb/s
µ-law PCM @ 6 kHz sampling
64 kb/s
µ-law PCM @ 8 kHz sampling
Digitization selection
Selectable by application on function call-by-call basis
Playback speed controlPitch controlled, available for 24 kb/s and 32 kb/s data rates
Adjustment range: ±50%
Adjustable through application or programmable DTMF control
Wave Audio
Record/Play 11 kHz linear PCM, 8-bit mono mode (available only when running Windows®)
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Springware/JCT Technical Specifications (cont.)
DTMF Tone Detection
DTMF digits
0 to 9, *, #, A, B, C, D per Telcordia LSSGR Sec 6
Dynamic range
Programmable, default set at –45 dBm to –3 dBm per tone
Minimum tone duration
40 ms, can be increased with software configuration
Interdigit timingDetects like digits with a 40 ms interdigit delay
Detects different digits with a 0 ms interdigit delay
Twist and frequency variation
Meets Telcordia LSSGR Sec 6 and EIA 464 requirements
Acceptable twist
10 dB
Signal/noise ratio
10 dB (referenced to lowest amplitude tone)
Noise toleranceMeets Telcordia LSSGR Sec 6 and EIA 464 requirements for Gaussian, impulse, and power
line noise tolerance
Cut-through
Detects down to –36 dBm per tone into 600 Ohm load impedance
Talk-offDetects less than 20 digits while monitoring Telcordia TR-TSY-000763 standard speech
tapes (LSSGR requirements specify detecting no more than 470 total digits)
Detects 0 digits while monitoring MITEL speech tape #CM 7291
Global Tone Detection
Tone type
Programmable for single or dual
Maximum number of tones
Application dependent
Frequency range
Programmable within 300 Hz to 3500 Hz
Maximum frequency deviation
Programmable in 5 Hz increments
Frequency resolutionLess than 5 Hz
Note: Certain limitations exist for dual tones closer than 60 Hz apart
Timing
Programmable cadence qualifier, in 10 ms increments
Dynamic range
Programmable, default set at –36 dBm to –3 dBm per tone
Global Tone Generation
Tone type
Generate single or dual tones
Frequency range
Programmable within 200 Hz to 4000 Hz
Frequency resolution
1 Hz
Duration
10 ms increments
Amplitude
–43 dBm to –3 dBm per tone, programmable
MF Signaling
MF digits
Q.321
0 to 9, KP, ST, ST1, ST2, ST3 per Telcordia LSSGR Sec 6, TR-NWT-000506 and ITU-T
Transmit level
Complies with Telcordia LSSGR Sec 6, TR-NWT-000506
Signaling mechanism
Complies with Telcordia LSSGR Sec 6, TR-NWT-000506
Dynamic range for detection
–25 dBm to –3 dBm per tone
Acceptable twist
6 dB
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Springware/JCT Technical Specifications (cont.)
Acceptable freq. variation
Less than ±1 Hz
Call Progress Analysis
Busy tone detectionDefault setting designed to detect 74 out of 76 unique busy/congestion tones used in 97
countries as specified by ITU-T Rec. E., Suppl. #2
Default uses both frequency and cadence detection
Application can select frequency only for faster detection in specific environments
Ring back detectionDefault setting designed to detect 83 out of 87 unique ring back tones used in 96 countries
as specified by ITU-T Rec. E., Suppl. #2
Uses both frequency and cadence detection
Positive voice detection accuracy
>98% based on tests on a database of real-world calls
Positive voice detection speed
Detects voice in as little as 1/10th of a second
Positive answering machine detection accuracy
Standard
Fax/modem detection
Preprogrammed
Intercept detectionDetects entire sequence of the North American tri-tone
Other SIT sequences can be programmed
Dial tone detection before dialingApplication enable/disable
Supports up to three different user-definable dial tones
Programmable dial tone dropout debouncing
Tone Dialing
DTMF digits
0 to 9, *, #, A, B, C, D; 16 digits per Telcordia LSSGR Sec 6, TR-NWT-000506
MF digits
0 to 9, KP, ST, ST1, ST2, ST3
Frequency variation
±0.5% of nominal frequency
Rate
10 digits/s max., configurable by parameter†
Level
–5 dBm per tone, nominal, configurable by parameter†
Pulse Dialing
10 digits
0 to 9
Pulsing rate
10 pulses/s, nominal; 20 pulses/s for Japan configurable by parameter†
Break ratio
60% nominal, configurable by parameter†
Analog Caller Identification
Applicable standardsTelcordia TR-TSY-000030
Telcordia TR-TSY-000031
TAS T5 PSTN1 ACLIP: 1994 (Singapore)
British Telecom SIN 242 (Issue 01)
British Telecom SIN 227 (Issue 01)
Japan NTT CLIP
Modem standard
Bell 202 or V.23, serial 1200 b/s (simplex FSK signaling)
Receive sensitivity
–48 dBm to –1 dBm
Noise tolerance
Minimum 18 dB SNR over 0 dBm to –48 dBm dynamic range for error-free performance
Data formatsSingle Data Message (SDM) and Multiple Data Message (MDM) formats via API calls
and commands
Impedance600 Ohm for D/PCIUF
Matching complex impedance specified in TBR-21 for D/4PCIUF-EURO.
Message formats
ASCII or binary SDM, MDM message content
Analog Display Services Interface (ADSI)
FSK generation per Telcordia TR-NWT-000030
CAS tone generation and DTMF detection per Telcordia TR-NWT-001273
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Hardware System Requirements
Pentium processor or compatible computer. Operating system hardware requirements vary according to the number of
channels being used.
Ordering Information
Product Code
Order Code
Description
D4PCIUFW
881-775
4-port Analog, Loop-Start, PCI
D4PCIU4SW
881-703
4-port Analog, Loop-Start, PCI
D4PCIUFWEU
881-803
4-port Analog, Loop-Start, PCI, Europe
D4PCIU4SWEU
881-773
4-port Analog, Loop-Start, PCI, Europe
D4PCIUFEQ
310-935
4-port Analog, Loop-Start, PCIe
D4PCIU4SEQ
310-936
4-port Analog, Loop-Start, PCIe
D4PCIUFEQEU
310-942
4-port Analog, Loop-Start, PCIe, Europe
D4PCIU4SEQEU
310-941
4-port Analog, Loop-Start, PCIe, Europe
D4PCIUFEQCN
310-937
4-port Analog, Loop-Start, PCIe, China
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