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Does voice travels in packets???

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Asked by common sense, 05 Jul '12 12:45 pm
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Yes, in VoIP network
Answered by maulik madhavi, 13 Jul '12 02:09 am

 
  
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Basically, a phone is analog (from your house to the local switching station). Analog means that the air patterns (pulses of air) from your mouth are transformed to analog signal. The analog signal is a electric 'wave' that represent the sound in electric form. Actually, this electric form is a varying voltage that can duplicate your voice by moving a diaphragm connected to magnet in the receiver on the other end. It can be thought of as when you talk you move a magnet in a coil which produces a signal. This signal cause a similar action on a coil in the receiver on the other end. Now let us cover ISDN next: I said your current phone is analog to the local switching station (in many cases anyway). From the switching station, to other switching stations, is digital. This means that analog (wave pattern) is translated to digital and transmitted. Well, the digital signal is much more efficient. WHY? Well, the digital signal is translated and packaged in a "Packet". This packet has a heade ...more
Answered by jameel ahmed, 05 Jul '12 12:47 pm

 
  
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