MOS estimation model development using ACR listening-opinion tests with Thai users referring to loss effects: a case of G.726 and G.729
This paper presents new evidence about user perception of VoIP quality that is inconsistent with the general understanding of three codecs know as G.729, G.711 and G.722. The focus of the study is aimed at VoIP quality evaluation by Thai users that use the Thai language which is tonal. This study was conducted by using conversation-opinion tests. The results, called MOS-CQS, were then analyzed carefully. After the study and analysis, it has been found that the perception of subjects, who were Thai native speakers, to G.729, G.711 and G.722 is not significantly different.