How much bandwidth is needed
for G.711 VoIP?
The high quality G.711 CODEC encodes each telephone conversation
at 64Kbps. About 90 Kbps is needed per call to support the protocol overhead needed for VoIP.
What is the PSTN?
PSTN stands for the Public Switched Telephone Network. Generally
this refers to the analog phone line standards that are almost
universally implemented, plus the T-Carrier trunks such as T1
lines and ISDN PRI trunks that support PBX systems. The PSTN is
constructed on a circuit switched model, as contrasted with enterprise
VoIP systems that are packet switched.
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