ralph.brandt at pateam
May 3, 2012, 8:06 AM
Post #3 of 3
I am not worried about the voice quality as long as it is understandable. What I am concerned about is, "Can someone who needs help get through?
RE: VoIP/Mobile Codecs (was Re: Operation Ghost Click)
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From: Jeroen van Aart [mailto:jeroen [at] mompl]
Sent: Wednesday, May 02, 2012 7:40 PM
To: NANOG list
Subject: Re: VoIP/Mobile Codecs (was Re: Operation Ghost Click)
Sean Harlow wrote:
> Originally, you said VoIP and cellular used bad codecs.
Yeah, I overlooked that important detail, sorry.
> The cellular world works with less bandwidth and more loss than the VoIP world usually deals with, so while us VoIP guys sometimes use their codecs (GSM for example) they don't tend to bother with ours.
> That said, the article you link is talking about the same sort of improvements by doubling the sampling rate, so the end result is similar.
Yes, but it shouldn't be necessary to offer these "HD" services as an
extra. It should be standard.
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