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Question by Sarfraz
Submitted on 12/5/2003
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i am developing a TAPI 2.2 application( pc to phone calling) the problem where i am struck is " How to convert data from PCM format to GSM format on realtime ?" can some body tell me from where to its DLL's(vc++) or any other source.


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