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jesup
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re: Tip: Wideband vs. narrowband VoIP codecs
jesup   6/22/2009 3:09:09 PM
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G.711 (a-law or u-law) is a fixed 64Kbps, not "32 kbps or lower". He must have been thinking G.726.

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re: Tip: Wideband vs. narrowband VoIP codecs
j.cline   12/19/2007 8:13:17 PM
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We have benchmarked wideband codec Mhz performance on a variety of our VoIP embedded target systems and found that in some cases, the wideband codec Mhz requirement is still less than the worst-case narrowband codec Mhz requirement (G729AB). This means that some wideband codecs may be introduced into an existing system (at least, our softDSP systems) without worry of exceeding processing cycle limits. - jcline@d2tech.com

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