Learn about voice quality in Chapter 3 of the book Beyond VoIP Protocols: Understanding Voice Technology and Networking Techniques for IP Telephony. Chapter three, 'Voice Quality', introduces common voice quality issues and explains how to troubleshoot issues related to echo and delay. This well- illustrated chapter also presents an in-depth list of VoIP standards.
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About this book:
Beyond VoIP Protocols: Understanding Voice Technology and Networking Techniques for IP Telephony offers a comprehensive overview of the issues to solve in order to deploy global revenue-generating effective "multimedia" services. Drawing on extensive research and practical deployment experience in VoIP, the authors provide essential advice for those seeking to design and implement a post-bubble VoIP network. This book introduces the basics of speech coding and voice quality and demonstrates how quality of service may be built into the network and deals with dimensioning aspects. It also explores the potential of multicast to turn an IP backbone into an optimized broadcast medium.
About the authors:
Olivier Hersent has worked as a CTO and company founder of several companies including Sortirama, NetCentrex, Comverse and Actility.
Jean-Pierre Petit is co-author of Beyond VoIP Protocols: Understanding Voice Technology and IP Telephony: Deploying Voice-over-IP Protocols.
David Gurle is co-author of Beyond VoIP Protocols: Understanding Voice Technology and IP Telephony: Deploying Voice-over-IP Protocols.
About the publisher:
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