Difference Between GRX and IPX (IP eXchange)

GRX vs IPX (IP eXchange)   The necessity of IP interconnect increases since mobile radio access also moving towards packet access and fixed operators moving towards full NGN mode operation. The tradition TDM interconnects are expensive and could not offer a cloud interconnect model. The interconnect model does not offer services; however, it is a […]

Difference Between PCM and ADPCM

PCM vs ADPCM Most of the natural signals such as voice are analog signals. However, since computers and almost all the equipment we use today are digital, converting those analog signals to digital signals are essential. For example, to record a voice into a computer, the signal should be represented as a series of bits. […]

Difference Between E1 and T1

E1 vs T1 E1 and T1 are digital telecommunication carrier standards, initially developed in different continents to carry voice conversations simultaneously using time division multiplexing. Both the standards use transmit and receive paths separately to achieve full duplex communication. E1 is the European hierarchy, which was called as CEPT30+2 (European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications […]

Difference Between CSMA and ALOHA

CSMA vs ALOHA Aloha is a simple communication scheme originally developed by the University of Hawaii to be used for satellite communication. In the Aloha method, each source in a communication network transmits data every time there is a frame to be transmitted. If the frame successfully reaches the destination, the next frame is transmitted. […]

Difference Between NGN and IMS

NGN vs IMS NGN (Next Generation Network) and IMS (IP Multimedia Systems) both are Platform Architectures used by Telecom Operators in their Network. NGN is an all IP Telecommunication Network capable of transporting and delivering multi services. IMS is a functional network architecture enables to deliver Multimedia services and capable of interoperate with almost any […]