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Bad frame interpolation occurs after packets are lost and/or corrupted, especially when using Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). Bad frame interpolation aims to replace the bad packets by estimating potential packet values using the previously received voice frames. It enhances voice quality to make voice transmission more reliable despite errors.
Bad frame interpolation is a critical process used to avoid the voice quality issues associated with packet loss or packet corruption during calls.
Data packets may be lost for two main reasons: