Voice Quality In Enterprise VOIP Systems

Garbin, David A.; Gharakhanian, Areg
February 2006
Business Communications Review;Feb2006, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p42
Trade Publication
The article presents a research on how to achieve voice quality in an Internet telephony systems. To date, several government and private enterprises resort to voice over Internet protocol systems as the preferred solution to their voice upgrade needs. The quality of voice communications network has traditionally been characterized by three parameters namely, voice clarity, end-to-end delay, and echo. The researcher refute the myth that packetized voice uses less bandwidth. They assert that packetized voice has several algorithms used which also consume bandwidth. The researchers generally conclude that al aspects of VOIP system must be considered to ensure end-to-end voice quality.


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