The Impact of Transmission Path Delay on Echo Characteristics and Echo Canceller Technology

Signal delay in the transmission path of telecommunication systems is a primary source of voice quality degradation. This paper describes the electrical (hybrid) echo phenomenon, explains differences between round-trip delay and echo path (tail) delay, presents examples of wireline and wireless network topologies, and provides recommendations for network planners and service providers.

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