[asterisk-users] wideband codec support
stevetotaro at hotmail.com
Wed Apr 11 09:06:41 MST 2007
Peer 2 Peer SIP (or other protocol) is the future of telephony.
Speex will work but you need to compile and install it separately from
Asterisk (and before Asterisk) due to licensing issues with Digium. Not
sure why you would want to use speex but here is a good link on the wiki
with additional info.
I have only used it for very low bandwidth applications and satellite
connections. It increased latency but the audio was almost perfect
where other codecs broke up so badly that a conversation was impossible.
Madhuri Patwardhan wrote:
> Yes. I understand that. I am considering a case where
> the call is IP end to end.
> --- "Eric \"ManxPower\" Wieling" <eric at fnords.org>
>> Madhuri Patwardhan wrote:
>>> Does Asterisk support wideband VoIP? Is there
>>> for Speex 16 KHz?
>> What devices support this?
>> As I'm sure you know, if the call hits the PSTN it
>> will always be ulaw
>> or alaw and so will not be wideband. Wideband
>> codecs are only helpful
>> if the call IP end to end.
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