Posts Tagged "3G"

Have you ever had a mobile call that sounded like the other person was talking with a scarf over their mouth? With 3G technology, that experience is not at all uncommon. That’s because most 3G calls use narrowband codecs that compress the bandwidth of our voice. In moderate to poor areas of coverage, the compressed voice signal may be further degraded by RF-related signaling errors, resulting in a muffled or distorted sound to the speaker’s voice.

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Let’s face it – wireless can’t match wireline for voice reliability. How many times have you experienced dropped call while in a moving car or train? How many times have you been unable to make a call while the person next to you continues with his or her conversation? And who did you blame? Your device, or your network operator? Consumers are definitely in charge with many choices for mobile devices and network operators. They have shown a willingness to pay for the latest features and...

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