Operational benefit of implementing VoIP in a tactical environment
Boger, Dan C.
Buddenburg, Rex A.
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In this thesis, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology will be explored and a recommendation of the operational benefit of VoIP will be provided. A network model will be used to demonstrate improvement of voice End-to-End delay by implementing quality of service (QoS) controls. An overview of VoIP requirements will be covered and recommended standards will be reviewed. A clear definition of a Battle Group will be presented and an overview of current analog RF voice technology will be explained. A comparison of RF voice technology and VoIP will modeled using OPNET Modeler 9.0.
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