Therdpong Daengsi

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The E-model is a non-intrusive measurement method that many researchers have applied to the study of VoIP quality measurement. While the Simplified E-model is a modified version from the original, it can still be used as an alternative solution. Nevertheless, it has been found that the E-model and the Simplified E-model still require further improvement.(More)
This paper presents a mathematical model that has been created from the subjective MOS, instead of modifying or improving the existing objective measurement methods (e.g., E-model) for VoIP quality measurement. The proposed model of VoIP quality measurement method is based on native Thai users who communicate to each other using Thai language, which is a(More)
This paper proposes two mathematical models that can be used to estimate VoIP quality from Skype, which is one of the most popular VoIP applications. The first model is simple, it has been developed using data from the informal interview tests called Conversation-like tests, referring to packet loss of 0 %, 5 %, 10 %, …, and 30 %. The tests have been(More)
The quality of speech signal over a VoIP system is degraded by various network layer problems which include jamming, jitter, packet loss. Different types of noises also degrade the quality of speech signal such as external noise and quantization noise. This paper improves the quality of VoIP speech signal affected by these noises and network layer problems.(More)
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