IEEE Organizations related to Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP)

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Conferences related to Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP)

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2014 IEEE Broadcast Symposium (BTS)

Presentations and tutorials on devices, equipment, techniques and systems relatedto broadcast technology, including the production, distribution, transmission, and propagation aspects


2012 35th IEEE Sarnoff Symposium

The Sarnoff Symposium continues to grow as the premier forum for telecom researchers, engineers, and business executives, drawing attendance from all over the world. The symposium is soliciting research papers, panels and tutorial proposals in the following areas: Communication Systems; Communications Theory and Applications; Military Communications; Optical Communications and Networking; Multimedia Applications and Networking; Wireless, RF and Microwave Techniques; Communications Components.

  • 2011 34th IEEE Sarnoff Symposium

    The theme in 2011 is on enabling technologies and applications for connected consumers. We have introduced hot topics in the areas of networking, applications, green communications and net neutrality.

  • 2010 IEEE Sarnoff Symposium

    The IEEE Sarnoff Symposium has been bringing together a tremendous and rich diversity of telecom experts from industry, universities, and government.

  • 2009 IEEE Sarnoff Symposium

    To bring together a tremendous and rich diversity of telecom experts from industry, universities, and government for presenting state of the art research and development achievements

  • 2008 IEEE Sarnoff Symposium

    This event that showcases the newest technologies and products in Telecommunication and Multimedia.

  • 2007 IEEE Sarnoff Symposium



Periodicals related to Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP)

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Broadcasting, IEEE Transactions on

Broadcast technology, including devices, equipment, techniques, and systems related to broadcast technology, including the production, distribution, transmission, and propagation aspects.


Internet Computing, IEEE

IEEE Internet Computing provides journal-quality evaluation and review of emerging and maturing Internet technologies and applications. The magazine targets the technical and scientific Internet user communities as well as designers and developers of Internet-based applications and enabling technologies. IC publishes refereed articles on the latest developments and key trends in Internet technologies and applications. A crossroads between academic researchers and ...



Most published Xplore authors for Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP)

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Xplore Articles related to Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP)

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Spectrographic study of speech samples recorded through Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP)

2013 International Conference Oriental COCOSDA held jointly with 2013 Conference on Asian Spoken Language Research and Evaluation (O-COCOSDA/CASLRE), 2013

The monumental increase in the use of inexpensive and attractive method of communication such as VOIP has led to a substantial number of problems related to its misuse by criminals. VOIP is need of an hour and VOIP services have been adopted by approximately 10 million people worldwide. VOIP services are ubiquitous, cheap, reduces the call cost, easily accessible, simple ...


Intelligent P2P VoIP through Extension of Existing Protocols

The 9th International Conference on Advanced Communication Technology, 2007

The main propose of the Intelligent P2P VoIP architecture through extension of existing protocols is to enable a VoIP user tracking and calling other users anywhere on the Net using just their e-mail IDs. We propose a pure P2P VoIP architecture which decentralizes the mechanism of call establishment and termination as well as user tracking without going through a centralized ...


Performance analysis of intrusion prevention system on cyber security for Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP)

11th International Conference on Wireless Communications, Networking and Mobile Computing (WiCOM 2015), 2015

This research evaluated the cyber security effectiveness of the intrusion prevention system for Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) focusing on the defense of Denial of Service (DoS) which propose to disturb server providing VoIP services. This will give a strong impact on entrepreneurs. Intrusion prevention system (IPS) has been employed based on Snort software, this study as a preventive technique ...


ASIC design and implementation for VoIP intrusion prevention system

2016 International Conference on Applied System Innovation (ICASI), 2016

With the growing of Internet, voice over IP (VoIP) becomes more popular telephony application. VoIP is an Internet protocol, which is used for voice transmission over Internet. The main advantages of VoIP are low calling expense, low construction cost, easy scalability, and good voice quality. McAfee Labs pointed out that VoIP technology is still very progressive, but VoIP defense strategies ...


Facilitating the interoperability among different VoIP protocols with VoIP Web services

First International Conference on Distributed Frameworks for Multimedia Applications, 2005

With the development of the Internet the VoIP technology is becoming a popular service on the Internet platform. Several VoIP protocols have been suggested to realize the VoIP communication. But different VoIP protocol clients cannot interoperate directly. This paper suggests a VoIP Web service infrastructure to facilitate the interoperability among different VoIP protocols. With this infrastructure all VoIP protocols signaling ...


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Educational Resources on Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP)

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IEEE-USA E-Books

  • Spectrographic study of speech samples recorded through Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP)

    The monumental increase in the use of inexpensive and attractive method of communication such as VOIP has led to a substantial number of problems related to its misuse by criminals. VOIP is need of an hour and VOIP services have been adopted by approximately 10 million people worldwide. VOIP services are ubiquitous, cheap, reduces the call cost, easily accessible, simple infrastructure, scalable and secure. Thus, Internet access and Internet driven phone programs (e.g. Skype); VOIP is becoming popular among terrorists who found such type of transmission more difficult to tap or Intercept. Speech sample transmitted over the internet in packet-switched network is compressed before transmission. Due to this compression, distortion and variation in voice characteristics have been noted when compared with normal speech samples. The present study thus, focuses on the effect of compression on voice sample when routed over the internet through various end devices.

  • Intelligent P2P VoIP through Extension of Existing Protocols

    The main propose of the Intelligent P2P VoIP architecture through extension of existing protocols is to enable a VoIP user tracking and calling other users anywhere on the Net using just their e-mail IDs. We propose a pure P2P VoIP architecture which decentralizes the mechanism of call establishment and termination as well as user tracking without going through a centralized VoIP proxy or redirection server. We extend and adapted asynchronous multimedia communication protocols (namely, SMTP) and VoIP related protocols (namely, SIP) to facilitate synchronous voice communication over the Internet. Callee's location is probed intelligently using his or her SMTP server log. Present VoIP systems are generally based on a hybrid architecture where a SIP proxy or redirection server controls every voice call. Since all voice calls are mediated by a central server, such a system suffers from scalability and a single point of failure problems. Moreover, in such a system users are tied with a particular VoIP service provider. Decentralization of the existing hybrid architecture into the proposed architecture, explained in this report, frees the user from having to subscribe to a VoIP provider. In this research, we focus on using open source software components to setup an enterprise VoIP system to demonstrate the proposed architecture. Nevertheless, the approach can be extended easily beyond the enterprise intranet.

  • Performance analysis of intrusion prevention system on cyber security for Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP)

    This research evaluated the cyber security effectiveness of the intrusion prevention system for Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) focusing on the defense of Denial of Service (DoS) which propose to disturb server providing VoIP services. This will give a strong impact on entrepreneurs. Intrusion prevention system (IPS) has been employed based on Snort software, this study as a preventive technique for internal and external attack. This included the analysis of effectiveness of intrusion prevention on the basic structure of VoIP. The results revealed that intrusion prevention system at TCP protocol with the attack by multicast IP address achieved the maximum performance. TCP protocol can detect and prevent the attack with the highest effective. In addition, the attack via wire network can be detected higher than that of through the wireless network. Furthermore, multicast attack is more effective than unicast attack.

  • ASIC design and implementation for VoIP intrusion prevention system

    With the growing of Internet, voice over IP (VoIP) becomes more popular telephony application. VoIP is an Internet protocol, which is used for voice transmission over Internet. The main advantages of VoIP are low calling expense, low construction cost, easy scalability, and good voice quality. McAfee Labs pointed out that VoIP technology is still very progressive, but VoIP defense strategies are lagging far behind. Therefore, VoIP attack is a very serious problem. Voice over IP Security Alliance (VOIPSA) proposed that Intrusion Detection/ Prevention Systems are useful to find unusual behaviour from VoIP traffic. In this paper, the ASIC design and implementation for VoIP Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) with hierarchical architecture of Statistical Anomaly-based Detection (SAD) and Stateful Protocol Anomaly Detection (SPAD) modules is proposed. SAD is used to offload SPAD loading to increase VoIP IPS processing performance. And Profile Analysis (PA) module is proposed to decrease SAD false positive ratio by updating SAD profile threshold based on SPAD results. If attack traffic is 10% of all traffic, the processing speed of VoIP IPS system will increases 8.89% than the system without SAD module. And 60% attack traffic will increase about 50% processing speed. VoIP IPS throughput can achieve up to 2.66Gbps.

  • Facilitating the interoperability among different VoIP protocols with VoIP Web services

    With the development of the Internet the VoIP technology is becoming a popular service on the Internet platform. Several VoIP protocols have been suggested to realize the VoIP communication. But different VoIP protocol clients cannot interoperate directly. This paper suggests a VoIP Web service infrastructure to facilitate the interoperability among different VoIP protocols. With this infrastructure all VoIP protocols signaling handling details are hidden through the corresponding Web service abstraction. Therefore different VoIP protocols can utilize the common Web service interfaces to achieve the interoperability.

  • SMS Transmission Mechanisms for Multi-Protocols on VoIP

    On the development of the various IP (Internet protocol)-based services, it is expected that Internet telephony service will gradually replace the traditional PSTN (public switched telephone network)-based telephony service. But there are many issues to be resolved in order to spread widely the Internet telephony services. One of them is to support SMS (short message service) through the heterogeneous VoIP (voice over IP) environment. Even though the SMS has been used as one of the most famous services in the cellular network, it should be also provided in the ubiquitous environment that supports any services to anyone at anytime, anywhere with any devices. In this paper, we suggest a new mechanism for supporting the SMS on the heterogeneous VoIP environment; specifically H.323 and SIP (session initiation protocol) coexist in the Internet. This mechanism is expected to help in providing better quality of services to the ISPs and Internet users on the emerging VoIP systems and services markets.

  • Voice over Internet Protocol on Mobile Devices

    Voice over internet protocol (VoIP) is a way to carry out a telephone conversation over a data network. VoIP products promise converged telecommunications and data services that are cheaper, more versatile and provide good voice quality as compared to traditional offerings. Although VoIP is widely used, VoIP on mobile devices is still in its infancy. Currently, there are a number of VoIP solutions for mobile phones. However, VoIP solutions developed using Java 2 platform micro edition(J2ME) are not available. Java based solutions are widely compatible with many devices. In this paper, strong focus has been granted to cross-device compatibility through the use of the widely supported J2ME framework. The implementation details of VoIP client using J2ME are illustrated.

  • An Introduction to Standards-Based VoIP: SIP, RTP, and Friends

    Over the past decade, voice communications have moved from the public-switched telephone network to the Internet. The IETF has enabled this transition by developing stable standards for call setup and media transport. The authors provide an overview of these standards and show how they work together to provide a complete, Internet-based, real-time communications capability.

  • Plaintext transmission over Session Initiation Protocol

    This paper compares two telecommunication standards for plaintext transmission over Session Initiation Protocol (SIP): SIP extension for Text over Internet Protocol (ToIP) and SIP extension for Instant Messaging (IM). ToIP provides a real-time text service, while IM provides a near realtime text service. Originally, SIP is a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) call signaling protocol that uses Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) for handling audio/video media sessions. ToIP required an established RTP session for text payloads while IM does not. VoIP, ToIP and IM cooperate on IP networks in order to meet requirements for speech-capable or speech-impaired individuals in using communication facilities. There are several VoIP servers that implements SIP protocol stack. Asterisk is an open-source Internet Protocol - Private Branch eXchange (IP-PBX) that supports popular audio, video, text, and any other form of media protocols. Since SIP extension for ToIP requires an established RTP session, in this paper ToIP compares with SIP extension for IM that process text outside of RTP session. Built-in modules of Asterisk and SIPp performance tester are used to compare the performance of these standards.

  • Comparative analysis of voice over internet protocol (VoIP) quality on priority queue (PQ) and class-based queue (CBQ) management system using link-sharing mechanism setting

    The one of challenges in VoIP networks development is how to manage network traffics. The reason for the challenge is VoIP traffics have to use Internet networks to bring their messages. Meanwhile, Internet is convergent networks which are very busy, because many applications use the Internet. The implementation of queuing mechanisms which can distinguish network traffics is the one of mechanisms to manage network traffics. PQ and CBQ are mechanisms which can divide traffics into different classes by using a priority mechanism. In this paper, the analysing of VoIP performance and its QoS to manage its services are executed by PQ and CBQ simulation. The E-model which is introduced by ETSI and standardized by ITU-T through G.107 is used to predict the value of MOS (Mean Opinion Score) services. Then the MOS value results are used to find a better mechanism between PQ and CBQ queue system for managing VoIP traffics.



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