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This mobile broadcast OPUS iOS client for iPhone offers bi-directional real-time audio transmission between iOS clients or between an iOS client and a Mayah hardware audio codec, such as Centauri III (stereo), C11 (mono), C10 (stereo). In operation, the audio experience feels highly natural with delay almost down to zero. OPUS features an extremely short delay and is therefore suitable for all broadcast applications. Experiments have shown that OPUS via IP can be even better providing a lower latency compared with normal telephone communication.
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