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722 over TDM: In both A-Law and [micro]-Law PCM (64kbps), 8 bits are required to represent each sample.
Support for a-law 8kHz audio format is also now available in this new version.
The codec is globally applicable, producing Mu-law and A-law companded output, or a 16-bit linear digital output for direct interface with digital signal processor chips.
Designed specifically for use in IAD gateways at the edge of a packet network to cancel 4-wire-to-2-wire echo, the flexible GIPS NEC - IAD package offers adaptive comfort noise insertion and supports linear, A-law and u-law inputs, and is not affected by double-talk.
All phones are available both in A-law and Mu-law versions allowing operation with telephone networks around the world.
R1, R2, and DTMF, as well as custom variants for over 80 countries, and perform mu-Law to A-Law rate conversion.
The hardware platform is capable of recording or playing PC-quality sound (8-bit linear 11khz), telephone/workstation- quality sound (8-bit a-law and 8-bit u-law), and CD-quality sound (16-bit linear 44.
R1, R2, and DTMF, as well as custom variants for over 80 countries, and (mu)-Law to A-Law rate conversion.
It combines the Audio Processing (DTMF Detection and Generation, A-law and Mu-law Codecs), Real-Time multi-media modules (SIP, SDP, RTP/RTCP) and Network Protocol Stack (UDP, IP, DHCP, ICMP), with a highly efficient Operating System specially designed for media streaming over IP Networks.