QoS Parameters

Overview
• In this presentation QoS parameters for voice service on different access networks have been discussed. And, on the basis of these parameters I have tried to select the QoS parameters for VoIP QoS, related to the project.

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Call parameters in ETSI TR 202 057-2
• Unsuccessful call ratio • Call setup time • Speech connection quality

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Call parameters in ETSI 101 329-1
• Call setup quality (cross reference ITU-T E.600) • Call quality (ITU-T G.107, P.310) => end-to-end delay => end-to-end quality • Conversational speech quality - listening quality - talking quality - interaction quality - background noise transmission quality
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QoS parameters in GSMA PRD IR.42
• • • • • • • • • Network Accessibility – circuit/packet switched Service Accessibility Telephony (SA-T) Setup Time Telephony (ST-T) CSSR (Call Setup Success Ratio) OCN & RDN Call Completion Rate ALOC (Average Length of a Call) CLI Transparency Speech Quality (SpQ)
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QoS parameters in ITU-T I.350
• • • • • • • • • Access speed Access accuracy Access dependability Information transfer speed Information transfer accuracy Information transfer dependability Disengagement speed Disengagement accuracy Disengagement dependability
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Some more
• Added to those described in the previous pages there are parameters including billing integrity and security as pointed out in ITU-T E.800

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QoS Stack
• For a homogenous multipurpose network
Switching System specific QoS

Access Technology specific QoS

Service specific QoS

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QoS based on Protocol Stack
• Customer plane QoS • Control plane QoS • Transport plane QoS*
* Not our concern.

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QoS Parameter selection
• Based on the discussions earlier we can say that selection of parameters highly depends on the service that is being provided, which in turn depends on the access network and swittvhing system. • For homogenous networks it is not a problem, but for heterogeneous networks parameters would follow the rules of union and subtraction in set theory.

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Reference
• • • • • ETSI TR 202 057-2 ETSI 101 329-1 GSMA PRD IR.42 ITU-T I.350 ITU-T E.800

**The figure shown in this presentation is created by the author, and if it is used anywhere reference should be given.
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