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FMC Performance and Voice Quality of Enterprise Type connectable to IP-PBX
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 Title & Authors
FMC Performance and Voice Quality of Enterprise Type connectable to IP-PBX
Kim, Sam-Taek;
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 Abstract
FMS which has a concept that wireless terminal can replace wire terminal services is a technologies that is can provide service costs same as wire terminal in the special zone. Enterprise type of FMC that is developed making up for the weak point is must have to improve voice quality and FMC performance in the soft phone. This paper measure voice quality based on the one way of the total estimated delay time of FMC to carry out IMS services between IP-PBX and FMC soft-phone to operate it`s controller optimally and put forward evidence to be in 120ms and 150ms in the VoIP FMC voice quality. To measure FMC performances in four categories evaluated trials and prove its performances.
 Keywords
IP-PBX;Soft-Phone;IMS;FMC;PSTN;LCR;SIP;
 Language
Korean
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