Russian company "Telesystems" has developed a technology that allows you to guarantee the protection of digital phonograms from forgery. This makes it impossible to falsify the audio recording, which allows the use of a digital voice recorder in court.
For a long time, digital voice recorders could not be used as evidence in legal proceedings, since digital recordings are very easy to fake. The first steps in this direction were taken by the company Olympus. But it was precisely "Telesystems".
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The development is based on a special technology of digital watermarks: special marks are introduced into the audio file, which are not perceived by the ear in any way and do not affect the quality of the recording. However, they are distinguishable by a computer and allow you to identify the record - if editing was carried out, their integrity will be violated, which will immediately become noticeable. Such labels are a kind of device passport, they contain all the data regarding this model, which makes it possible to determine on which recorder the recording was made.
"Telesystems" has already begun equipping this technology with voice recorders EDIC mini. Models already available are Edic-mini Tiny 16, Edic-mini PRO and Edic-mini LCD.