Voice Coders Decoders Codecs

The issue with packetized voice is the ability of the sending and receiving voice codecs (coders-decoders) to be able to clock against each other to ensure the synchronization of the data flow. Two of the more common Voice over X (VoX) implementations are Voice over Frame Relay (VoFr) and Voice over ATM (VoATM). The reason for ATM's popularity in the VoX arena is that ATM utilizes fixed cell lengths of 53 bytes, enabling the sending and receiving codecs to clock against each other in synchronicity, ensuring the seamless flow of the voice traffic.

Was this article helpful?

0 0

Post a comment