A Feasibility Study on Voip-Perspective Bangladesh
Bhuiyan, Md. Mizanur Rahaman
Hossain, Md. Billal
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VoIP is a world-shattering technology, which has become a key topic in both the growing Internet industry and established telecommunications industry. In VoIP technology telephone calls are to be made over computer networks like the Internet where packet switching technique is used instead of circuit switching and analog signals are converted into the digital signals in the real time two-way transmission of conversation. VoIP has become a potential alternative to the existing PSTN technology due to its reduced costs. Despite of its reduced cost, it has major challenges, which are affecting its adoption. This project, which consists are several segment to explore recourses allocation to establish the positive views of VOIP-Perspective Bangladesh. First chapter and second chapter are to bring out the theoretical knowledge on VoIP for reader, third chapter is about VoIP soft Switch (VPS) which can give understanding about VoIP system manage (VSM), fourth and fifth chapter are fully experimental study where we have tried to conduct to understand the potentiality of VoIP in Bangladesh. We have executed some data analysis like connected call ratio, calls per hour in a day, call rate comparison VoIP vs. BTCL, call duration of VoIP calls ,PDD of VoIP calls, successful and failed calls of a VoIP provider, difference type user ratio . In summary, this study investigates the major causes for the slower adoption of VoIP and also proposes the suggestions for improving those causes in the perspective of Bangladesh.