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Speech Quality Assessment of VoIP: G.711 VS G.722 Based on Interview Tests with Thai Users

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Author(s): Therdpong Daengsi | Chai Wutiwiwatchai | Apiruck Preechayasomboon | Saowanit Sukparungsee

Journal: International Journal of Information Technology and Computer Science
ISSN 2074-9007

Volume: 4;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 19;
Date: 2012;
Original page

Keywords: VoIP | speech quality assessment/evaluation/measurement | subjective methods/tests | G.711 | G.722 | Thai

ABSTRACT
This paper presents the comparison between two codecs, G.711 and G.722 at 64 kbps, referring to speech quality perception using a subjective method called interview tests. These subjective tests have been conducted with 201 subjects, who are Thai native speakers that use Thai which is a tonal language, for accuracy and reliability of results. The results from testing with both codecs are almost the same; the scores are 4.17 for G.722 and 4.14 for G.711. After analyzing the results, it has been confirmed that G.722 does not provide better speech quality than G.711 to the Thai subjects significantly, which is consistent with previous information. However, these results could be used as the benchmark of G.711 and G.722 for speech quality assessment within Thai environments.
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