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Este gráfico presenta las comparaciones de la compansión de una señal telefónica de entrada cuando es comprimida usando la Ley-A y la Ley-Mu tal se describen en la Recomendación G.711 de la Unión Internacional de Telecomunicaciones.
De la gráfica se deduce que la compansión con ambas leyes no presenta mayores diferencias.
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