[ns] G.711 codec
ilyes.gouta at gmail.com
Tue Sep 18 01:44:00 PDT 2007
The G.711 is a constant bit rate encoder/producer. It just takes a
linear PCM sample and re-encodes it using a logarithmic approach. The
final output is 64 kbit/s (but it can be 54 kbits/s too).
NS doesn't care about the encoder itself, i.e its internals. What
matters is the number of packets generated each second, how they are
generated (the inter-generation interval) and the size of each packed.
In your case, a G1.711 encoder (the source) can be modeled by a
On 9/17/07, Brenda Lindsay Williams <brenwilliam at gmail.com> wrote:
> I want to use G.711 codec to simulate a VoIP traffic using an exponential
> distribution process based on a stochastic model...
> Can someone pls tell me what properties my packets will have based on the
> G.711 codec standard...
> Does anyone have a tcl script depicting G.711
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