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VoIP handbook; applications, technologies, reliability, and security.


VoIP handbook; applications, technologies, reliability, and security.

Ed. by Syed A. Ahson and Mohammad Ilyas.

CRC / Taylor & Francis


454 pages




This handbook provides technical information on voice over Internet protocol (VoIP), covering basic concepts through recent research. The book's 23 chapters, authored by 46 experts from around the world, are grouped in four sections. The first section introduces basic concepts related to deploying VoIP in existing IP networks, ubiquitous environments, wireless mobile networks, and wireless mesh networks. Later sections cover technologies, applications, and reliability and security issues. The target audience for the book includes designers, planners, and researchers for VoIP systems. Ahson is a senior staff software engineer with Motorola, Inc. Ilyas is associate dean for research and industry relations in the College of Engineering and Computer Science at Florida Atlantic University.

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Date:Jun 1, 2009
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