These issues can be caused from anything from the lack of adequate bandwidth to routing issues with the RTP protocol, which carries the voice.
In many cases problems with your outgoing voice dropping off can be due to an insufficient bandwidth, especially if after maintaining the connection the audio comes back.
What causes call drops?
The Reason: Your cell phone itself can be the cause for dropped calls. If your cell phone has a broken or damaged antenna, you may experience poor cell phone reception and data loss, in addition to the frequent dropped calls.
How do I fix dropped calls?
Quick Recap of How to Fix Dropped Calls:
- Take the cover off your phone.
- Don’t block your phone’s antenna.
- Keep the battery charged.
- If you’re moving, stop.
- Go outside / get clear of obstructions.
- Try a different location.
- Increase your elevation.
- Try Wifi calling.
What causes jitter on VoIP calls?
Since VoIP relies on your internet connection, if the connection is poor, it can lead to what is known as jitter, or even packet loss. Jitter is when certain packets of information are dropped, or sent out of order, leading to a jumbled conversation.
How can I improve my VoIP call?
Here are six steps you can take to maximize the VoIP call quality within your business.
- Install a DECT Phone. Ethernet is the best connection method for VoIP systems.
- Reduce Bandwidth Use.
- Upgrade the VoIP Router.
- Reduce the WLAN Frequency of Your Wireless Connection.
- Invest in a Quality Headset.