Voice over NR is a technology that enables voice communication over 5G networks.
- 5G NR is the latest generation of mobile network technology that is designed to provide faster speeds, lower latency, and greater capacity than previous generations of mobile networks.
- Voice over NR is an important part of the 5G ecosystem, as it allows users to make voice calls over 5G networks.
To understand how Voice over NR works it’s important to first understand the basics of 5G NR.
- 5G NR is a wireless communication technology that operates in frequency bands between 24 GHz and 100 GHz.
- It uses a new air interface called the 5G New Radio (NR) to transmit data wirelessly.
VoNR works by using a technology called Voice over New Radio (VoNR).
- VoNR is a 5G-based voice communication technology that replaces the traditional voice communication technologies used in previous generations of mobile networks.
VoNR uses IP Multimedia Subsystem (,IMS) technology to enable voice communication over 5G networks.
- IMS is a standard protocol for voice and multimedia communication over IP networks.
- It enables voice communication over IP networks by providing a set of standard protocols for signaling, authentication, and quality of service (,QoS) control.
VoNR also uses a new codec called Enhanced Voice Services (EVS) to provide high-quality voice communication over 5G networks.
- EVS is a speech codec that provides better sound quality than previous generations of speech codecs.
To use voice over NR, a user needs a 5G-enabled device that supports VoNR.
- The user also needs to have access to a 5G network that supports VoNR. Once the user has both of these, they can make voice calls over the 5G network using VoNR.