Patton Electroncis
Patton Academy  Let's Blog  Special Projects Team 
Login   |     Language
               

Knowledgebase

 
Contact Us
Sales: sales@patton.com
Direct: +1 301 975 1000
Support: support@patton.com
Direct: +1 301 975 1007
Have Us Contact You
or
Login
 Connect with us
Twitter Linkedin Facebook Youtube

  Overview

  Premium Support

  Enhanced Warranty

  Services Ordering Info

  Knowledgebase

  Manuals

  Upgrades

  Help Desk

  Repairs & Returns

  Warranty Returns

  Special Projects

  Register Your Product
  Knowledgebase Article
Knowledgebase


Tone definitions on SmartMedia
Article Id #: 396

Tone definitions

It is possible through the SmartMedia Web Portal to specify the parameters of ringing, busy, congestion (or fast busy) and warning call progress tones. These settings are available in

Profiles -> Tone Profile Params 

The tones are described using a programmable string of characters as defined in the H.248 Dynamic Tone Definition Package. To learn more about tone description strings, see the section below related to this subject.

Examples of Call Progress tones

The following table contains a few call progress tone definition strings that can be used to replace the default ones in the SmartMedia Web Portal.

 RingBusyCongestionWarning
Australia ((((#400)+(#450)),400),(#0,200),(((#400)+(#450)),400),(#0,2000))*0  ((#425,375),(#0,375))*0 ((#425,375),(#0,375))*0 ((#900),500) 
Bangladesh ((#425,1000),(#0,4000))*0 ((#450,200),(#0,300),(#450,700),(#0,800))*0  ((#425,250),(#0,250))*0  ((#450,200),(#0,20),(#450,200),(#0,140))*0 
Brazil ((#425,1000),(#0,4000))*0 ((#425,250),(#0,250))*0 ((#425,750),(#0,250),(#425,250),(#0,250))*0 unused
China ((#450,1000),(#0,4000))*0 ((#450,350),(#0,350))*0 ((#450,700),(#0,700))*0 unused
France ((#440,1500),(#0,3500))*0 ((#450,500),(#0,500))*0 unused unused
Germany ((#425,1000),(#0,4000))*0 ((#425,480),(#0,480))*0 ((#425,240),(#0,240))*0 ((#425,240),(#0,240),(#425,240),(#0,1280))*0
Hong Kong ((((#440)+(#480)),400),(#0,200),(((#440)+(#480)),400),(#0,3000))*0 ((((#480)+(#620)),500),(#0,500))*0 ((((#480)+(#620)),250),(#0,250))*0 unused
Netherlands ((#425,1000),(#0,4000))*0  ((#425,500),(#0,500))*0  ((#425,250),(#0,250))*0  unused
North America ((((#440)+(#480)),2000),(#0,4000))*0 ((((#480)+(#620)),500),(#0,500))*0 ((((#480)+(#620)),250),(#0,250))*0 ((#1400),500)
Spain ((#425,1500),(#0,3000))*0 ((#425,200),(#0,200))*0 ((#425,200),(#0,200),(#425,200),(#0,200),(#425,200),(#0,600))*0 (((#1400),400),(#0,5000))*0
United Kingdom ((((#400)+(#450)),400),(#0,200),(((#400)+(#450)),400),(#0,2000))*0 ((#400,375),(#0,375))*0 ((#400,400),(#0,350),(#400,225),(#0,525))*0 unused
The Moon... ((#262,2000),(#391,2000),(#523,4000),(((#659)+(#523)),250),(((#622)+(#523)),3750),(#262,400),(#196,400),(#262,400),(#196,400),(#262,400),(#196,400),(#262,400),(#196,400),(#262,420),(#196,460),(#262,540),(#196,620))*0

Playing and collecting tones

To learn how to play these tones using the Call Leg API, refer to the Playing and Collecting Tones section.

For example, to play the ringing tone, one could pass either directly ((((#440)+(#480)),2000),(#0,4000))*0 or cg/rt to the AddToneString() function. The cg/rt string refers to the current Tone Profile Params ringing tone setting from the Web Portal.

Tone volume

It is possible to change the ring tone volume. According to the syntax, you need to specify the desired volume after the tone duration. Here is an example: ((((#440)+(#480)),2000,-15),(#0,4000))*0

The possible values are: -19, -15, -10, -5 and 0 dB.

Available tones

Below is a comprehensive list of all the tone strings that can be passed to the AddToneString() function.

Tone generation
PackageSignalString
Basic DTMF generation 0 dg/d0
1 dg/d1
2 dg/d2
3 dg/d3
4 dg/d4
5 dg/d5
6 dg/d6
7 dg/d7
8 dg/d8
9 dg/d9
* dg/ds
# dg/do
A dg/da
B dg/db
C dg/dc
D dg/dd
Call Progress generation Ring cg/rt
Busy cg/bt
Congestion cg/ct
Warning cg/wt
MF tone generation 0 mfg/mf0
1 mfg/mf1
2 mfg/mf2
3 mfg/mf3
4 mfg/mf4
5 mfg/mf5
6 mfg/mf6
7 mfg/mf7
8 mfg/mf8
9 mfg/mf9
KP mfg/mfa
ST mfg/mfe
Telcofax CNG telcofax/cng
g164 telcofax/g164
g165 telcofax/g165
Tone detection
PackageSignalString
Basic DTMF detection 0 dd/d0
1 dd/d1
2 dd/d2
3 dd/d3
4 dd/d4
5 dd/d5
6 dd/d6
7 dd/d7
8 dd/d8
9 dd/d9
* dd/ds
# dd/do
A dd/da
B dd/db
C dd/dc
D dd/dd
MF tone generation 0 mfd/mf0
1 mfd/mf1
2 mfd/mf2
3 mfd/mf3
4 mfd/mf4
5 mfd/mf5
6 mfd/mf6
7 mfd/mf7
8 mfd/mf8
9 mfd/mf9
KP mfd/mfa
ST mfd/mfe
Telcofax CNG telcofax/cng
g164 telcofax/g164
g165 telcofax/g165
ansam telcofax/ansam
phase_rev_ansam telcofax/phase_rev_ansam
v21_flags telcofax/v21_flags
bell_ans telcofax/bell_ans

 

User Rating
This answer was helpful This answer was not helpful (1260 vote(s)) 
User Comments  Add a Comment )

 

 
Product Lines
> Voice over IP (VoIP) Gateways
> Ethernet Extenders
> RAS & DSLAMs
> Balancing & Bonding Wireless Routers
> DSL IAD, E1 NTUs & WAN Routers
> Line Drivers, Interface Converters, Baluns & Surge Protectors
> Special Projects
> All Products
 
Library
> eNewsletters
> Press Room
> Articles
> Success Stories
> White Papers
> Manuals
> Product & Solutions Guides
> Datasheets
> Tech Notes
> Get Our Catalog
> Marketing Resources
 
Services & Support
> Upgrades
> Repairs & Returns
> Services
> Help Desk
> Training & Seminars
> Knowledgebase
> Enhanced Warranty
 
Company
> Contact Us
> Upcoming Events
> About Patton
> Management Team
> Culture
> Careers
> Environment
> Capabilities
> Partners & Programs
> Send Us Your Feedback
 
Global Sites
English Language Spanish Language French Language
 
German Language Italian Language Polish Language

 
Copyright © 2001–2017 Patton Electronics Co., All Rights Reserved.
|  Sitemap  |  Legal  |  Privacy Policy  |  Disclaimer  |    Twitter  Facebook  YouTube  LinkedIn  RSS