Optimizations for Push-to-Talk in Wireless Networks

  title={Optimizations for Push-to-Talk in Wireless Networks},
  author={Krish Pillai and Haseeb Akhtar},
  journal={2009 Third International Conference on Next Generation Mobile Applications, Services and Technologies},
Push-to-Talk or PTT is ideal for group communication in a cooperative work environment, since conversations tend to be terse, and single-point to multipoint communication is the norm. PTT is generally run using simple two-way devices communicating on a common channel. However, field experience has repeatedly exposed the need for better range and higher robustness, particularly since Departments of Public Safety and Medical Emergency Response Teams have come to rely heavily on this technology… CONTINUE READING
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