Voice over 802.11 (Artech House Telecommunications Library) An understanding of the public switched telephone network (PSTN) and how it is
potentially going to be replaced is best grasped by understanding its three major
components: access, switching, and transport. Access pertains to how a user
accesses the network. Switching refers to how a call is “switched” or routed
The Cable and Telecommunications Professionals' Reference, Volume 1, Third Edition This book is for any telecommunications-convergence professional who needs to understand the structure of the industry, the structure of telephony networks and services, and the equipment involved.With the growing variety of networks and technologies now on offer it is inevitable that some convergence will take place between different networks,...
Cut the Cord! The Consumer's Guide to VoIP
Jerri Ledford has been a freelance business technology writer for more than ten years. During that time, more than 700 of her articles, profiles, news stories, and reports have appeared online and in print. Her publishing credits include Intelligent Enterprise,...
Voice over IP Fundamentals
A systematic approach to understanding the basics of Voice over IP
* Understand the basics of PSTN services and IP signaling protocols, including SS7
* Learn how VoIP can run the same applications as the existing telephony system, but in a more cost-efficient and scalable manner
* Delve into such VoIP topics as jitter, latency,...
Learning Core Audio: A Hands-On Guide to Audio Programming for Mac and iOS
Audio can affect the human brain in the most powerful and profound ways. Using Apple’s Core Audio, you can leverage all that power in your own Mac and iOS software, implementing features ranging from audio capture to real-time effects, MP3 playback to virtual instruments, web radio to VoIP support. The most sophisticated audio...
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