Desktop video has far to go

Kramer, Matt; Crowley, Aileen
May 1993
PC Week;5/10/93, Vol. 10 Issue 18, p107
Trade Publication
Discusses the international standards on desktop videoconferencing. H.261 video coding algorithm; Use of H.221 communications protocol in dedicated systems on digital phone lines; Implementation of LANs on videoconferencing systems; Use of conventional dedicated digital lines; Technical fixes' ability to eliminate roadblocks to videoconferencing on conventional LANs.


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