Guide to Voice and Video over IP

For Fixed and Mobile Networks

By Lingfen Sun , Is-Haka Mkwawa , Emmanuel Jammeh , Emmanuel Ifeachor

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This book covers advances in speech and video compression, assessment and monitoring of VoIP quality and next-generation network architecture for multimedia services. Offers case studies with step-by-step instructions, worked examples and chapter-end problems.

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  • ISBN13: 978-1-4471-4904-0
  • 284 Pages
  • User Level: Science
  • Publication Date: January 12, 2013
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF

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This book presents a review of the latest advances in speech and video compression, computer networking protocols, the assessment and monitoring of VoIP quality, and next generation network architectures for multimedia services. The book also concludes with three case studies, each presenting easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions together with challenging hands-on exercises. Features: provides illustrative worked examples and end-of-chapter problems; examines speech and video compression techniques, together with speech and video compression standards; describes the media transport protocols RTP and RTCP, as well as the VoIP signalling protocols SIP and SDP; discusses the concepts of VoIP quality of service and quality of experience; reviews next-generation networks based on the IP multimedia subsystem and mobile VoIP; presents case studies on building a VoIP system based on Asterisk, setting up a mobile VoIP system based on Open IMS and Android mobile, and analysing VoIP protocols and quality.
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction.
  2. Speech Compression.
  3. Video Compression.
  4. Media Transport for VoIP.
  5. VoIP Signalling – SIP.
  6. VoIP Quality of Experience (QoE).
  7. IMS and Mobile VoIP.
  8. Case Study 1: Building Up a VoIP System Based on Asterisk.
  9. Case Study 2: VoIP Quality Analysis and Assessment.
  10. Case Study 3: Mobile VoIP Applications and IMS.

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