What is the advantage of
the G.729 CODEC?
G.729 is a CODEC that compress the digitized voice signal to transmit
phone calls using much lower bandwidth than the standard G.711
CODEC. The tradeoff is a reduction in voice quality compared to
uncompressed voice, but quite acceptable to many users.
What is a VoIP Gateway?
The gateway is a piece of equipment or a circuit card that interfaces
between two incompatible network standards, VoIP and PSTN or the
Public Switched Telephone Network. VoIP is based on packets. The
PSTN is based on circuit switching. A VoIP gateway gives the enterprise
VoIP system the ability to make and receive calls outside the
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