[asterisk-users] Echo Cancellation on VoIP networks
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Wed Aug 27 11:15:59 CDT 2014
If the clients are not doing the echo cancellation properly, you can always use a centralized echo cancellation software for VoIP networks.
On Wednesday, August 27, 2014 5:25 PM, Dennis Guse <dennis.guse at alumni.tu-berlin.de> wrote:
On VoIP echo cancellation is basically: hope that the client is doing AND is doing it well.In the best case each client uses a knowledge about his hardware (microphone, speaker, distance etc.).
On Tue, Aug 26, 2014 at 1:30 PM, Emiliano Vazquez <emilianovazquez at gmail.com> wrote:
El 26/08/14 a las 05:33, Grant Bagdasarian escibió:
>I’m new to Echo Cancellation and I was wondering how it is handled/works on pure VoIP networks using Asterisk?
there is no echo problems on pure VoIP networks.
>echo is a common problem when you have changes from analog to digital.
>The only echo problem you will have is when you call another network who has analog circuits with wrong configuration or poor hardware. But you can't solve it.
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