The SetInBandMinimumDigitOnTime API procedure can be called by application software to specify the minimum digit ON time for a detected DTMF digit.

Minimum digit ON time is generally set to 40Ms in order to comply with standard in-band DTMF requirements. However, for noisy DTMF signals, specifying a larger DTMF ON time improves noise immunity, improves "talk off" performance and reduces false DTMF digit detections (false positives).

Namespace:  LanScape
Assembly:  LMEVoipManaged (in LMEVoipManaged.dll) Version: 6.0.5226.26700


public VoipMediaEngine..::.TELEPHONY_RETURN_VALUE SetInBandMinimumDigitOnTime(
	int PhoneLine,
	uint MinimumDigitOnTimeMs
Visual Basic (Declaration)
Public Function SetInBandMinimumDigitOnTime ( _
	PhoneLine As Integer, _
	MinimumDigitOnTimeMs As UInteger _
Visual C++
VoipMediaEngine..::.TELEPHONY_RETURN_VALUE SetInBandMinimumDigitOnTime(
	int PhoneLine, 
	unsigned int MinimumDigitOnTimeMs
public VoipMediaEngine..::.TELEPHONY_RETURN_VALUE SetInBandMinimumDigitOnTime(
	int PhoneLine,
	UInt32 MinimumDigitOnTimeMs


Type: System..::.Int32
The zero based phone line to access.
Type: System..::.UInt32
The minimum digit ON time. The DTMF decoder will not signal the application about the DTMF detection unless the DTMF digit remains in the ON state for this specified amount of time.

Return Value

If the function succeeds, the return value will be SipSuccess.

If the function fails, the return value will be one of the following values as specified by the VoipMediaEngine..::.TELEPHONY_RETURN_VALUE data type.

Return ValueDescription
This value is returned by telephony API procedures to indicate general API failure. This error value is used as a "catch all error". If you receive this error, check to make sure that all parameters specified in the API procedure call are correct. Particularly, verify that pointers to memory regions are valid. This error return value is only used if a mapping to another specific error value does not exist.

(API return value)

Application software specified an invalid telephony handle in one of the API procedures. This usually indicates memory corruption on the part of application software.

(API return value)

Application software called a telephony API procedure and specified an invalid phone line. Phone lines are numbered starting from zero. This error is most commonly returned when attempting to access phone lines in excess of the max number of lines supported by the telephony engine.

(API return value)

Internal media engine in-band and RFC2833 DTMF support has not been enabled. See the DtmfEnabled startup parameter in the VoipMediaEngine..::.START_SIP_TELEPHONY_PARAMS structure for additional information.

(API return value)

The application tried to destroy an in-band DTMF decoder for a phone line using the UnInitializeInBandDtmfDecoder(Int32) API procedure and the DTMF decoder did not exists.

(API return value)

The telephony engine attempted to allocate system memory but the allocation failed. Make sure the host system has enough virtual memory. Increasing the amount of virtual memory can remove these errors, however if critical telephony engine code has been swapped out to disk and is not resident in physical memory, you may experience degraded audio/video performance. If you want to remove this error and obtain the best possible audio/video performance, make sure the host system has enough physical memory. To resolve this error, you may also want to consider disabling certain features of the media engine such as conference calling. You can also reduce memory requirements if you reduce the maximum signal length of internal media engine signal paths by specifying a smaller number for the MaxMixerLinebuffers member of the VoipMediaEngine..::.START_SIP_TELEPHONY_PARAMS class that is passed to the StartSipTelephony(VoipMediaEngine..::.START_SIP_TELEPHONY_PARAMS) and ReStartSipTelephony(VoipMediaEngine..::.START_SIP_TELEPHONY_PARAMS) API procedures.




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