Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Rise of the 2D Barcode

QR-Codes are starting to be a familiar sight now, with mobile marketers integrating them into print ads and posters. Consumers are beginning to understand what to do with these, i.e. “point your smartphone at it”. As nearly all phones have …

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Posted in Industry, Mobile, Multimedia

Keeping Broken Voice Data

Corrupted Speech Considered Useful is a research paper that talks about VoIP and transmission errors. 2003 may seem like a long time ago (especially in the life of VoIP) but it’s still highly relevant in referencing AMR, a codec which is now …

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Posted in Digital Communication, Mobile, Multimedia, Voxygen Tech

150 Years of Digital Communication

Morse Code, possibly the most famous communication code ever, was part of an early telegraph system invented by Samuel Morse, described in US patent number 1647, and developed further through the 1840s. Morse Code exploits the fact that letters of …

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Posted in Digital Communication, Industry

VoIP, Hogs and Chopped Corn

At Voxygen, our business is very much in the centre of making communications work, so technologies that help to measure and visualize effectiveness are always of interest. A few days ago we got to spend some time with the splendid …

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Posted in Industry, Mobile, SIP, Voxygen Projects