Everything You Need to Know About Audio and Video Conferencing.by Rahul D. Rahul Dasondhi
Audio Conferencing is the method of arranging a conference with simultaneous transmission of audio signals between three or more participants using the communication channels.
Audio conferencing systems are three types: distributed, local and integrated.
Audio conferencing distributed (Remote) connects a number of participants from different locations.
Local audio conferencing brings together several participants in the same room (conference or meeting room).
Integrated audio conferencing attracts participants from remote and local.
What are the key differences between audio and video conferencing?
Users can communicate only in voice mode during the audio conferencing session, while no other communication methods available during the video conference. You can not see or display other users and use other eye contact collaboration tools.
Equipment for Audio Conferencing
If the user wants to equip a room with a remote subsidiary for audio conferencing purposes, attention must be paid to such equipment as conference systems comprising a central control unit and remote conference microphones. This computer is designed specifically to coordinate audio and video debates in large conference rooms. You can also use audio playback echo canceling speakers which can be combined into large areas within a string.
If the user needs to communicate with
international partners or customers, additional equipment – simultaneous
translation systems – can be used to avoid contact problems. This equipment can
be integrated with a conference system and autonomous. The translation
shall be distributed in the first instance by the central unit, and in the
second case IrDA should be used.
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