Explain about Voice Over Internet Protocol. - Telecommunications
Explain about Voice Over Internet Protocol.
- VOIP is also known as broadband telephony.
- VOIP is to route the voice conversations over the internet.
- VOIP services convert telephonic signals into digital signals.
- Voice traffic is transmitted over Internet Protocol based networks.
- VOIP deploys a protocol known as session control protocol for controlling the set-up and tear-down of calls as well as audio codecs.
- RE: Explain about Voice Over Internet Protocol. - Telecommunications -Eric Perera (04/26/17)
- The major difference between regular voice transmission (digital or analog) and VoIP is that VoIP is a "packet-based" transmission. As such, packets may go via different Internet routes whereas regular voice takes the same path and is continuous once a call is established.