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UEMCLIP (mU-law EMbedded Coder for Low-delay IP communication) is [[μ-law]]-based voice codec. This codec is base of [[G.711.1]] [https://www.ntt-review.jp/archive/ntttechnical.php?contents=ntr200808le1.html].
UEMCLIP (mU-law EMbedded Coder for Low-delay IP communication) is [[μ-law]]-based voice codec. This codec is base of [[G.711.1]] [https://www.ntt-review.jp/archive/ntttechnical.php?contents=ntr200808le1.html].


The RTP payload format document describes the data packets and chapter 4 explains the transcoding possibility between G.711 and UEMCLIP. It is mentioned here that sub layer index 0 is standard G.711 data, but this sub layer block might or might not follow the headers.
The RTP payload format document describes the data packets and chapter 4 explains the transcoding possibility between G.711 and UEMCLIP. It is mentioned here that sub layer index 0 is standard G.711 data, but this sub layer block might or might not follow immediately the headers (so the sub layer headers must be parsed).


[[Category:Audio Codecs]]
[[Category:Audio Codecs]]

Latest revision as of 17:12, 29 January 2011

UEMCLIP (mU-law EMbedded Coder for Low-delay IP communication) is μ-law-based voice codec. This codec is base of G.711.1 [1].

The RTP payload format document describes the data packets and chapter 4 explains the transcoding possibility between G.711 and UEMCLIP. It is mentioned here that sub layer index 0 is standard G.711 data, but this sub layer block might or might not follow immediately the headers (so the sub layer headers must be parsed).