This document discusses how analog voice signals are measured, the units used, and the points of reference used when you measure.
The quality of a transmission system is defined by the difference between spoken voice at one end and reproduced voice at the other end. Anyone who uses the telephone experiences both good and bad connections, and can probably describe the quality of a particular connection in a subjective way.
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