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hello all

i am having a stand alone code for the voice interaction but now i want it to integrate it to a chat
In one to one chat i want to use it so how could sound transmission in java take place and what could be the medium that could be used to make voice chat happen

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voice is most easily transmitted through something called "air". When using special devices called "microphones" it can be converted into electrical signals which can be transmitted through a variety of means (copper wires are the most common, though radiowaves are popular as well) over great distances where other devices often called "loudspeakers" can then once again transform the electrical signal into sound waves which when tramsitted through air will be heard by the recipient.
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