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Some Experiences with VoIP Over Converging Networks


Over last few years an increasing number of multiaccess devices have emerged, which enable users to stay connected almost everywhere, and in many cases very cheaply. It is likely just a matter of time until VoIP capabilities become ubiquitous in these devices (be it in the form of applications, or in a transparent mode such as the one used in UMA phones), and since they run on heterogeneous networks, with different performance issues, the quality experienced by the users will likely be very variable. In this paper we present some measurements performed with Skype in converging network environments.

In Proceedings of the Measurement of Speech and Audio Quality in Networks Workshop (MESAQIN’07), Prague, Czech Republic