Cuevas, Ángel and Cuevas, Rubén and Banchs, Albert and Urueña, Manuel and Larrabeiti, David (2009) VoIP over WLAN Performance. In: VoIP Handbook: Applications, Technologies, Reliability, and Security. CRC Press (Taylor and Francis Group), New York City, NY, USA, pp. 207-222. ISBN 1-42007-020-7Full text not available from this repository.
The number of worldwide VoIP customers is well over 38 million. Thanks to the popularity of inexpensive, high-quality services, it's projected to increase to nearly 250 million within the next three years. The VoIP Handbook: Applications, Technologies, Reliability, and Security captures the state of the art in VoIP technology and serves as the comprehensive reference on this soon-to-be ubiquitous technology. It provides: -A step-by-step methodology to evaluate VoIP performance prior to network implementation - An invaluable overview of implementation challenges and several VoIP multipoint conference systems - Unparalleled coverage of design and engineering issues such VoIP traffic, QoS requirements, and VoIP flow As this promising technology’s popularity increases, new demands for improved quality, reduced cost, and seamless operation will continue to increase. Edited by preeminent wireless communications experts Ahson and Illyas, the VoIP Handbook guides you to successful deployment.
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