Quality aspects of audio communication

Marsh, Ian (2003) Quality aspects of audio communication. Licentiate thesis, Royal Institute of Technology.

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The Internet is increasingly being used to carry real-time voice traffic. Users of real-time voice services are sensitive to variable audio quality. The quality of packet audio is largely determined by the mouth-to-ear delay and the packet loss. The contribution of this thesis is to provide techniques to improve the packet audio quality: dimensioning links specifically for packet voice communication, modelling the packet audio arrival process at a receiver, measuring connectivity quality in wide area networks, and reducing delays in end systems.

Item Type:Thesis (Licentiate)
Additional Information:TRITA-IMIT-LCN AVH 03:01, ISSN 1651-4106, ISRN KTH/IMIT/LCN/AVH-03/01 SE.
ID Code:2871
Deposited On:08 Jul 2008
Last Modified:18 Nov 2009 16:14

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