What Telephony is All About Telephony is a form of technology that is associated with the electronic transmission of voice or fax or other exchange of information between distant parties using a system that is historically connected with the telephone, which we are familiar of, which is a handheld device that comprises a speaker, transmitter, and a receiver. The arrival of computers and transmittal of digital information using the telephone systems and the use of radio to transmit telephone signals, have made a closer link between telephony and telecommunications. The internet telephony is also another type of telephony system which uses the Internet to exchange spoken or telephone information at an affordable rate since access to the Internet allows for a much less expensive international or other long-distance call. Three service capabilities using the Internet telephony system are available through the Internet: the ability to make a normal voice phone call through the Internet at the price of a local call; the ability to send fax transmissions at very low cost through a gateway point on the Internet in major cities; and the ability to send voice messages along with text e-mail. With this link, you can now add telephone capabilities to your computer by adding a telephony board, which combines the functions of modem, sound board, speakerphone, and voicemail system. The appropriate hardware is needed in order to use Internet telephony, which are: a standard computer with microphone for user voice capturing, loudspeaker or headphones to listen to the exchange of conversation, the application and installation of a special software; using a specific VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) end devices; using the conventional telephone and connecting this to a special adapter which converts the analog telephone data into digital signals; and, lastly, using a mobile phone by connecting through the telephone system via an FMC (Fixed-Mobile Convergent) client.
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VoIP works in the following procedures: first, the acoustic signals are digitalized during the data transfer and segmented into individual data packages, in which these packages are labelled with a so-called header, which contains information about the identity of the sender and recipient; second, a connection must be established using a SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) address, which is usually assigned once; third, activation of the device by logging into a server, wherein the server passes the call on to the end device and establishes a telephone conversation. Since Internet telephony system has almost replaced the telephone system, it is because of the following advantages: it has a low-cost option since almost all households has a flat rate internet access; the cost of individual telephone calls is lower than the analog telephone system; and calling participants in an Internet telephony system using alternative VoIP providers do not pay any charged fees.