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The conversational quality of voice over IP (VoIP) depends on packet-loss rates, burstiness of packet loss, and delays (or latencies). The benefits for conversational voice quality of erasure coding attributable to its reduction in packet loss rates are widely appreciated. When block erasure coding is used, our analysis shows how those benefits are reduced or even eliminated by increases in delays and in a measure of burstiness of packet loss. We nevertheless show that the net effect of thosearXiv:1912.07476v1 fatcat:yb7lkq2e2fglzcyvr7urhypase