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Audio codecs

Documents from ITU

5 Relationship between the encoding laws and the audio level The relationship between the encoding laws of Tables 1/G.711 and 2/G.711 and the audio signal level is defined as follows: A sine-wave signal of 1 kHz at a nominal level of 0 dBm0 should be present at any voice frequency output of the PCM multiplex when the periodic sequence of character signals of Table 5/G.711 for the A-law and of Table 6/G.711 for the m-law is applied to the decoder input. The resulting theoretical load capacity (Tmax) is +3.14 dBm0 for the A-law, and +3.17 dBm0 for the m-law. Note - The use of another digital periodic sequence representing a nominal reference frequency of 1020 Hz at a nominal level of -10 dBm0 (preferred value, see Recommendation O.6) or 0 dBm0 is acceptable, provided that the theoretical accuracy of that sequence does not differ by more than ± 0.03 dB from a level of -10 dBm0 or 0 dBm0 respectively. In accordance with Recommendation O.6, the specified frequency tolerance should be 1020 Hz + 2 Hz, -7 Hz. If a sequence representing -10 dBm0 is used, the nominal value at the voice frequency outputs should be -10 dBm0.

Links about Paket sizes and framrates

Søg f.exk på: g.711 20ms eller: Packetization g.711 160 80 eller: g711 framerate eller: itu g.711 frame size