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The integration of real-time interactive speech with data on local area network (LANs)-a step towards “multi-media” in a commercial industrial environment

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1 Author(s)
Lines, B.M. ; Plymouth Univ., UK

Research at the author's university has identified that communication between users of workstations in an environment would be considerably enhanced if a real-time speech link was available in addition to `screen-share' facilities. This paper investigates the problems of implementing a real-time interactive speech link by integrating the speech packets (PCM) within the data frames employed on commercially available LANs. This is a step towards remote tutoring in higher education

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Time Critical Data Communications, IEE Colloquium on

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9 Dec 1994

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