Digital voice refers to the transformation of human speech into a digital format that can be transmitted over digital networks, such as the internet. This technology converts analog audio signals, like those produced by our vocal cords, into a series of binary numbers, representing the sound's characteristics. These numerical representations are then transmitted in packets of data, allowing for efficient and reliable communication. Digital voice technology has revolutionized communication by enabling high-quality audio transmission, seamless integration with various digital devices, and the ability to transmit voice over long distances without degradation. It forms the foundation of modern communication systems, including Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and digital telephony.