The mobile company Orange is the first mobile network in the UK to provide the service of higher quality mobile voice calls for the first time. This new technology of high definition voice calls will reduce the background noises and crackles which disturb the mobile users during a normal mobile voice calls.
This technology is known as the Adaptive Multi Rate Wideband or AMR-WB and the technology was developed to be used in the 3G mobile networks.
On the other hand, as per the market experts, other mobile operators will follow Orange and adopt the new technology very soon because the technology is very easy for an operator to introduce.
According to the head of research and development of Ofcom, William Webb implementation of the technology needs just a software upgrade in the base station of the mobile operator.
Countries like Germany and Moldova are already using the HD voice call technology but in those countries the technology is known as the colloquially.
The AMR-WB technology is also known as a speech codec and it compresses a voice signal to maximize the bandwidth amount on a network.
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