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‘Tring Tring’ ringback tone

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    adcguy
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    Hi Guys,
    I am working on ADC MSC and at present the ringback tone set is a strange tuuuuuuu du tuuuuuuu, its not the usual triiintriiiiiing. Hence i wanted to change that, but dont know the hex code for regular triiintriiiiiing , any of you guys can help me here?
    Cheers,ADCguy.

    #55525 Reply
    pix
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    adcguy,

    i’ve never heard of ADC products so i browsed through their website. Interesting products, compact and cheap (i assume) but quite low on the capacity side and the features. Their compact BTS/BSC is really amazing.

    Anyway, I’m afraid you won’t find a ADC MSC expert here (they must be quite rare), so you’re better off sending an email to ADC directly…

    If you don’t mind, in which country are you working ? (me, france)

    Regards,
    pix

    #55526 Reply
    pix
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    unless perhaps the hex codes are 3gpp standard ?

    #55527 Reply
    adcguy
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    Tough luck :(. Though I am really impressed by their MSC/VLR/HLR/SMSC/GSN/AUC/EIR….(in one box), I know that its not suited for a largescale operators’ needs. Since we just want a simulated Core N/w, we are using it for our tests.

    I cant contact the ADC guys on this issue, since its not critical and they will probably neglect it :)(i dont think we have a proper support contract)

    I was under the impression that the usual ‘trintring’ is a GSM/ITU standard, since that sound is as old as Graham Bell himself 🙂

    Anyways, let me try some other sources. By the way,Pix, I work in UK.

    #55528 Reply
    pix
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    ok, i’ll ask my NSS uber-experts colleagues 🙂 they must know about it !

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