Why are there two versions
of the G.711 CODEC?
This goes back to the development of digitized voice by the phone
companies. The U.S. and Japan have standardized on G.711 mu-law.
The European standard is G.711 a-law. They use slightly different
What does QoS do?
QoS stands for Quality of Service. This is a network mechanism,
often built into routers, that prioritizes traffic so that real-time
protocols such as VoIP telephone calls and video conferences get
priority over data transfers when the network does not have enough
instantaneous bandwidth for both.
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