IMPROVED VOICE TRANSPORT OVER A HEAVILY ERRORED CHANNEL
Original Publication Date: 1997-Mar-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2002-May-09
Traditional land-mobile radio users occasionally experience areas of extremely poor RF coverage. In such areas, voice messages can neither be transmit- ted nor received with readable clarity. Users who forego the real-time nature of a voice message can use more robust signaling and control methods to increase the odds of a successful message and per- haps even guarantee its delivery. Such an option might he useful in public safety or other emergency situations where voice message delivery is critical and the notion of moving to a better transmit loca- tion is not feasible.