MOSx and Voice Outage Rate in Wireless Communications

@article{Choudhury2006MOSxAV,
  title={MOSx and Voice Outage Rate in Wireless Communications},
  author={Sharmin Choudhury and Nikhil Vittal Shetty and J. D. Gibson},
  journal={2006 Fortieth Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers},
  year={2006},
  pages={1303-1307}
}
Average packet loss rate (PLR) or average mean opinion score (MOS) are often used performance indicators for voice communications. However, even for a fixed average PLR, the delivered voice quality depends on the location of the packet losses as well as the distribution of packet losses due to the differences in voice codecs, their packet loss concealment schemes, the difficulty of concealing packet losses in unvoiced- to-voiced and voiced-to-unvoiced transition regions, and the difficulty of… CONTINUE READING

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