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DIALOGIC Anatel D/120JCT-LSE / 12-Port Analog Telcom Fax PCIe - $199 (Royse City)

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condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: dialogic
model name / number: D/120JCT-LSE
Anatel D/120JCT-LSE / D120JCTLSEW 12-Port Analog Telcom Fax PCIe Dialogic Card


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Overview:
The Dialogic D/120JCT-LS Media Board is a 12-port analog PCI or PCI Express board well-suited for developing advanced communications applications that require multimedia resources. This high performance, scalable product supports voice, fax, and software-based speech recognition processing in a single PCI or PCI Express slot, providing 12 analog telephone interface circuits for direct connection to analog loop start lines.

Dialogic JCT Media Boards – including this model - can be used by developers to provide small- and medium-sized enterprise Computer Telephony (CT) applications that require high-performance voice and fax processing. Among the features and benefits of this model, and other Dialogic JCT Media Boards, are the following. They use Digital Signal Processor (DSP) voice processing technology, making them well-suited for server-based CT systems under Windows and Linux. They also provide a powerful platform for creating sophisticated Interactive Voice Response (IVR) applications for the small and medium-sized enterprise market segments. Their 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 such as fax and software-based speech recognition processing enable unified messaging applications. They also provide Automatic Gain Control (AGC), so even a weak telephone signal can be recorded and replayed with clarity.

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