RTCDTMFSender interface provides a mechanism for transmitting DTMF codes on a WebRTC
RTCPeerConnection. You gain access to the connection's
RTCDTMFSender through the
RTCRtpSender.dtmf property on the audio track you wish to send DTMF with.
The primary purpose for WebRTC's DTMF support is to allow WebRTC-based communication clients to be connected to a public-switched telephone network (PSTN) or other legacy telephone service, including extant voice over IP (VoIP) services. For that reason, DTMF can't be used between two WebRTC-based devices, because there is no mechanism provided by WebRTC for receiving DTMF codes.
Given a string describing a set of DTMF codes and, optionally, the duration of and inter-tone gap between the tones,
insertDTMF()starts sending the specified tones. Calling
insertDTMF()replaces any already-pending tones from the
toneBuffer. You can abort sending queued tones by specifying an empty string (
"") as the set of tones to play.
Listen to these events using
addEventListener() or by assigning an event listener to the
oneventname property of this interface.
See the article Using DTMF with WebRTC for a full example.
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