I’ve talked to folks who’ve tried this IP audio on the Internet thing, with mixed results. Is it “ready-for-prime-time”?
It’s pretty easy to build an IP audio codec that works well over an Ethernet cable. These systems will have their good and bad days on the public Internet. We’ve spent the last few years developing Comrex BRIC technology, which moves Internet audio closer to the ISDN experience. BRIC stands for Broadcast Reliable Internet Codec.
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- I’ve talked to folks who’ve tried this IP audio on the Internet thing, with mixed results. Is it "ready-for-prime-time"?
- Could u pls explain me TCP/IP protocol with a simple practical example?