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What is VOIP [Voice Over Internet Protocol] – Definition, Features, Pros and Con

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    VoIP is a technology that passes voice communications through a digital network. It’s the most common application which is found in computers connected to the Internet.

    VoIP is an acronym that is Voice over Internet Protocol. To understand how VoIP [Voice Over Internet Protocol] works, it is essential to know that IP is a standard that, on the Internet, is used for data transmission through a network that appeals to switched packets. The voice, in this way, is converted into a digital signal that is sent and received using an IP network.

    However, we cannot ignore that today also the use of VoIP [Voice Over Internet Protocol] technology is increasing day by day. It can be used with ease and achieving a good result.

    The voice of these persons is coded and packaged to circulate through the network. In this communication process, the information is input through the microphone connected to the computer, while the information is output through the speakers (speakers) or headphones

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