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5, where 1 = bad, 2 = poor, 3 = fair, 4 = good, and 5 =excellent .Recently, there are many researchers concentrated on thisfunction and compared between different VoIP protocols. Thestudy conducted by  compared the performance betweenIAX and SIP protocols. They have indicated that bothprotocols perform comparably in the presence of fixed delay.Therefore IAX appeared to perform slightly better as shown inFigure 1 .
Figure 1: Packet Delay - SIP versus IAX 
The researchers in  compared the performance betweenIAX and RSW protocols. They indicated that both protocolsperform comparably in the presence of fixed delay. ThereforeIAX appeared to perform slightly better than RSW as shownin Figure 2 .
Figure 2: Packet Delay - RSW versus IAX 
The predicated evaluation is based on previous twocomparisons that were conducted by  and . We can seethat the packet delay in IAX is better than that in SIP andRSW. The gained results are extracted using the SPSSstatistical tool. The Interclass Correlation Coefficientstatistical test is used to analyze IAX with comparison to theprevious two studies. As a result, the correlation between thetwo variables is high. The single measure Interclasscorrelation coefficient is 0.995, the test value for absoluteagreement is 0.99999, and
is approximately equal to 1. TheIAX protocol regression formula and curve were identical inprevious two studies. An indirect comparison between RSWand SIP was made directly in terms of fixed packet delay.Figure 3 indicates that the RSW protocol performs slightlybetter in the presence of fixed packet delay than SIP protocol.
Figure 3: Packet Delay - SIP versus RSW
This paper suited the performance of the RSW and SIP in termof packet delay. From the evaluation and analysis, weconclude that RSW achieves more improvement than SIP inVoIP in relation to packet delay via the MOS score. Furtherresearch on RSW control criteria and SIP protocols and theirperformance under various conditions is recommended.Acknowledgment
We would like to thank Hani Mimi and Abdullah Dahbalifor their support and guidance throughout the study andanalysis.
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