Definitions for "Video Teleconferencing"
The real time, & usually two way, transmission of digitized video images between two or more locations; requires a wideband transmission facility, for which satellite communications has become a popular choice; transmitted images may be freeze frame (where a television screen is repainted) every few seconds or full motion; bandwidth requirements for 2 way video conferencing ranges from 56 Kbits/s (freeze frame) to T1 rated (1.544 Mbits/s)
See Full motion video, videoconferencing.
This is where both video and voice are transmitted and received from two separate locations at the same time through the use of phone lines, cameras and monitors.