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Adapting x264 to asynchronous video telephony for the Deaf
Deaf people want to communicate remotely with sign language. Sign language requires sufficient video quality to be intelligible. Internet-based real-time video tools do not provide that quality. Our approach is to use ...
A framework and toolkit for the collection and analysis of QoS statistics for voice traffic in Next Generation Networks
The multi-service, multi-architecture nature of NGNs is so complex that the management of services, in addition to networks, emerges as a research challenge. Despite QoS limitations, VoIP (as opposed to VoATM), dominates ...
Asynchronous video telephony for the Deaf
The South African Deaf community has very limited telephony options. They prefer to communicate in sign language, a visual medium. Realtime video over Internet Protocol is a promising option, but in reality, the quality ...
Call capacity for voice over Internet Protocol on wireless mesh networks
This paper describes work in progress on call capacity optimization for voice over Internet Protocol on wireless mesh networks. In a developing country such as South Africa, evidence has shown that rural inhabitants find ...