A Comparative Analysis of the Perceived Quality of VoIP Under Various Wireless Network Conditions
Source: University of Crete
This paper performs a comparative analysis of the perceived quality of (unidirectional, non-interactive) VoIP calls under various wireless network conditions (e.g., handover, high traffic demand). It employs the PESQ tool, E-model and auditory tests to evaluate the impact of these network conditions on the perceived quality of VoIP calls. It also reveals the inability of PESQ and E-model to capture the quality of user experience. Furthermore, it shows that the network condition and the evaluation method exhibit statistically significant differences in terms of their reported opinion score values.