AddPac CDMA Gateways are new cutting edge Analog or IP to CDMA gateways supporting multi-ports of CDMA Voice interface. CDMA, GSM and analog/digital interface of AddPac CDMA gateways provide an optimized call scenario when it interoperates with legacy PBX. Compact cost effective design and system architecture of AddPac CDMA gateway solution provides customer satisfaction in high quality, performance and system reliance. This product uses the state-of-art technology voice compressed algorithm and unique QoS algorithm of AddPac to maintain the maximum voice quality under fast internet line and slow internet line as well.
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CDMA, GSM and VoIP Gateway Service Both Support
For example, AddPac AP-GS3000 is a device that can support both GSM gateway service (Digital E1/T1->GSM or Internet->GSM) and CDMA gateway service (Digital E1/T1->CDMA or Internet->CDMA) simultaneously. It also supports SIP, H.323 Multiple VoIP signaling protocol, various voice codec support(G.711, G.726, G.729, G723.1), nine(9) module slots for CDMA, GSM and VoIP module, one(1) module slot for CPU board, two(2) fast ethernet ports, 1-port RS232C console, and state-of-art technologies and services.
Multi-port CDMA interface Support
CDMA gateway combining IP-PBX(or legacy PBX) is now suggesting a new model for a main voice communication solution. In order to be a part of advanced VoIP communications naturally in the future, making an excellent choice of choosing CDMA/GSM gateway is essential. For example, VoiceFinder AP-GS3000 is a mid-range CDMA/GSM gateway providing total 32 CDMA interface ports + one(1) Digital E1/T1 ports or 32GSM interface ports + one(1) Digital E1/T1 port or 16 CDMA Interface ports + 16 GSM interface ports + one(1) Digital E1/T1 interface ports. It is suitable for general enterprises, medium and large public offices. It has functions as a media gateway which interoperates with IP-PBX or legacy PBX. Especially AP-GS3000 provides an optimal solution of VoIP and CDMA communications in telephony environments that using telephone lines and PBX to get connect with a head office.