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content:tech:modern_android_audio [09/05/2013 18:38]
Andrew Bettison created, copied from student project page and heavily revised
content:tech:modern_android_audio [14/05/2013 23:18] (current)
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 Android versions prior to 4.1 have poor audio latency, which is reflected in the Serval Mesh user experience.  Android 4.1 or newer has an improved API that can greatly reduce the audio latency. Android versions prior to 4.1 have poor audio latency, which is reflected in the Serval Mesh user experience.  Android 4.1 or newer has an improved API that can greatly reduce the audio latency.
  
-As related task, the following improvements would reduce the network bandwidth required to carry voice calls:+As related tasksany of the following improvements would reduce the network bandwidth required to carry voice calls: 
 +  * [[Common VoIP codec support]] -- encode voice calls in [[VoMP]] using any of the codecs commonly used for [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voice_over_IP|VoIP]]
   * [[CODEC2 support]] -- encode voice calls in [[VoMP]] using [[http://codec2.org/|CODEC2]]   * [[CODEC2 support]] -- encode voice calls in [[VoMP]] using [[http://codec2.org/|CODEC2]]
   * [[Opus codec support]] -- encode voice calls in [[VoMP]] using the [[   * [[Opus codec support]] -- encode voice calls in [[VoMP]] using the [[
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 The combined result should be greatly improved audio quality in mesh voice calls. The combined result should be greatly improved audio quality in mesh voice calls.
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 +==== Progress to date ====
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 +This technology was first developed in the first half of 2013 as a [[:content:students:projectinfo:projectinfo:optimiseaudioandroid4oneplus|student project]].
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