One of the challenges in transferring audio programming over IP networks, especially over the Public Internet, is data loss caused by two factors: congestion-related packet loss and varying latency or jitter.
IP links may drop packets for several reasons; though some transmission protocols are designed to mitigate or correct such losses, they require extra bandwidth and extra time to make these corrections.
In this episode we examine several data transmission error mitigation techniques in the context of their application to real-time, low-latency IP-audio transport. We suggest how different techniques may be applied to different data loss or jitter scenarios.
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