Ericsson has recently made the first HD voice call on CDMA in the industry, calling it CDMA HD voice that delivers speech in a wider spectral range of 50Hz to 7000Hz. What do these figures mean for the end user? Well, we are talking about increased voice quality and intelligibility coupled with a decrease in listening fatigue, despite having you being in environments with high background noise. Here is what a top executive over at Ericsson has to say about their latest development, which we hopefully will see implemented in the market in the near future.
RELATED“We have demonstrated the first high-definition CDMA voice call in the world over an Ericsson network utilizing the new EVRC-NW 3GPP2 standard codec and ensuring interoperability with existing functionality while easing the rollout of future wideband services. This is the starting point of a voice quality revolution that will significantly enhance CDMA networks as we know them today.”
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