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AM-beep-tones Section

The am-beep-tones section contains definitions of the answering machine final beep tone, as given by the option am-beep-tone->n>. This section can contain up to 10 different tone definitions, with each tone numbered 1 to 10 in the option name (for example, am-beep-tone-1). CPD Server only processes this section if the AM final beep detection is enabled with the option am-beep-detect set to yes or true.


  • Type: Optional
  • Default Value: No default value
  • Valid Values: Valid definition of a beep tone, in the format described below.
  • Changes Take Effect: After the application is restarted
  • Specifies an AM final beep tone in the following format:

<tone type>;<first frequency, Hz>;<first frequency deviation,Hz>;<second frequency, Hz>;<second frequency deviation, Hz>
<tone type>--1 (single-frequency tone) or 2 (dual-frequency tone).
<first frequency, Hz>--First frequency in Hz.
<first frequency deviation, Hz>--First frequency deviation in Hz.
<second frequency, Hz>--Second frequency in Hz; 0 (zero) if single-frequency tone.
<second frequency, Hz>--Second frequency deviation in Hz; 0 (zero) if single-frequency tone.

  • For example, the following is a definition for a single-frequency tone:

am-beep-tone-1 = 1;1000;50;0;0

Note: Only burst tones (no cadence) can be configured and detected as AM final beep tones. CPD Server detects the trailing edge of the tone burst.
This page was last edited on July 11, 2018, at 22:17.


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