Exploitation of existing Voice over Internet Protocol Technology for Department of the Navy application
Vegter, Henry M.
Wallace, David T.
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This thesis documents an investigation into the technology of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). VoIP promises to be a widely accepted technology in the future. The issues of efficient use of bandwidth over network choke points, cost savings gained from a common data and voice infrastructure, reduced cost associated with toll calls and the merger of the telephone with the desktop will keep adoption of this technology on the path to ubiquitous use. Topics explored in the thesis include convergence over IP infrastructure, the status of VoIP technology available and providers in the VoIP industry. A prototypical cost benefit analysis of implementing VoIP is presented using NPS as an example. Convergence on bandwidth restricted satellite links offers the most promising application of VoIP in the DoN today. A test network is constructed demonstrating the feasibility of implementing VoIP on the Automated Digital Network System (ADNS). Quality of Service (QoS) features enable further enhancements in throughput.
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