Understanding VoIP: network characteristics, protocols and test tools

Supplied by Zetron Australasia on Monday, 16 December, 2013


VoIP technology works by digitising and encoding voice data into digital frames and then sending them via IP packets to the source. At the destination, digital voice frames are reassembled, then decoded and converted back into analog format.

It has gained tremendous traction over the past few years and today is adopted in almost every type of communication network.

This paper summarises the main benefits and challenges of VoIP, helping you to be better prepared in using this complex technology. Download now.


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