How Does VoIP engineer Work? from ravi teja's blog

voip engineers use their experience with computer science, digital audio hardware, and VoIP software to install cutting-edge technologies. They also work with information technology (IT) professionals and system administrators to explain the functionality of VoIP.  Many industries employ VoIP engineers to complete telecommunications work on a full-time or contract basis.

Experienced VoIP engineers develop programs that convert speech and audible sounds into digital signals called codecs. These codecs condense audio into data packets and send these packets through an IP network to translate the packets back into sound at the other end of the connection.
VoIP endpoints use international telecommunication union (ITU) standard codecs viz. G.711 (standard for transmitting uncompressed packets) or G.729 (for compressed packets). ITU-T.38 is used for sending faxes over VoIP or an IP network in real time.
VoIP network Engineer job responsibilities include dealing with all engineering assignments for VoIP enterprises, planning technology roadmaps, designing all VoIP/IP-PBX telephone devices along both internal and external requirements for an organization. Also, the VoIP Engineer will be required to keep SLAs for all organizational IP telephony applications.
Engineers coordinate with technicians and execute installation along with relocations of several technology solutions within the network.VoIP engineers analyze customer requisite for advanced services and coordinate with companies and develop suitable voice solutions for clients.


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