Course 2224 Voice Packetization, Codecs and Voice Quality
Voice Packetization, Codecs and Voice Quality is the "nuts and bolts" of Voice over IP: how the voice is digitized and coded, time stamps applied with the RTP protocol, and how the result is carried in UDP, IP packets and MAC frames.
You'll learn about codecs and compression, and understand factors like delay, jitter and packet loss, what causes them, and how they affect sound quality. Sample sound clips with lost packets and uncorrected timing variations are included so you can hear the effects.
1 Voice Packetization
2 Measuring Voice Quality
3 Factors Affecting Voice Quality
4 Codecs: Voice Coding and Compression
8 Protocol Stack: RTP, UDP, IP, MAC
9 Packet Loss
10 Tips for Maximizing Voice Quality
Based on Teracom’s famous Course 130, tuned and refined over the course of over 20 years of instructor-led training, you will gain career- and productivity-enhancing knowledge of how packetized voice is actually implemented and the factors affecting sound quality.
The Unlimited Plan gives you unlimited repeats, with no expiration and no monthly fees. One-time payment. Take as long as you like. Jump in and out of lessons, refresh your knowledge in the future.
A course completion certificate is awarded upon passing the course exam.
Teracom is the leader in telecommunications training. In business since 1992, we supply this training to the US government under our GSA schedule contract, which means pre-approved quality and pricing. We're so confident of the quality of this training, it comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.