G.729 is a audio codec protocol that compresses audio data to reduce the bandwidth needed for transmission. It is often used for voice over IP (VoIP) applications as it provides high-quality audio with low bandwidth usage. G.729 is a specialized skill that requires expertise in audio processing, network protocols, and VoIP technology. Professionals with this skillset may work in telecommunications, audio engineering, or software development.
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