Silence Insertion Descriptor(SID)

A method of compression used in speech encoding that transmits a data packet in place of silence at a compressed rate.

SID mathematically describes the background noise during a session so that the receiving end can artificially reproduce that noise during silence periods.

Transmitting the SID requires almost no bandwidth as transmitting the actual background noise does.
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