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Friday, 21 September 2012

How does VoIP work?

  • When you speak at the handset or a mike or a microphone, your voice generates electrical signals inside the gadget. These are analog signals i.e. the voltage level can take up any value within a range.
  • The analog signal is converted to a digital signal using an algorithm implemented by the device you are using. It can be a stand-alone VoIP phone or a softphone running on your PC. If you are using an analog phone, you will need a Telephony Adapter (TA) for this purpose. The digitized voice is arranged in packets (i.e. collection of bytes) and sent over the IP network.
  • The data is channeled through gateways and servers to the destination. If the called number is on the PSTN, the server opens a connection to the PSTN and routes your call there.
  • While going to the PSTN or at the end device of a VoIP connection, the voice is again brought back to its analog form so that it is perceptible to a human ear.
  • During the entire process a protocol like SIP or H.323 is used to control the call (e.g. setting up connection, dialing, disconnecting etc.) and RTP is used for reliable transmission of data packets and maintain Quality of Service.



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