how to estimate r-factor

Discussion in 'VOIP' started by Bruno Ricci, May 18, 2006.

  1. Bruno Ricci

    Bruno Ricci Guest

    I've been making up some simulation using ns (network simulator), using
    five different codecs (g711a, g711u, gsm, ilbc, spx) to simulate
    different voip traffic and I need to estimate r-factor for these
    simulations from the parameters (delay, jitter and packet loss) I've
    got from the simulation results.

    Does anybody here know how to get the R-Factor parameters (R Factor =
    Ro - Is - Id - Ie + A) from the data I've got from my simulation?

    Thanks for helping.

    Bruno Ricci
    Bruno Ricci, May 18, 2006
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