The evolution of wireless technology leads VoIP application to be a good preferred choice among mobile users. Customers can having a VoIP service while being mobile regardless of location, terminal, and it is independent of network access. It is believed to be an alternative to the PSTN and its service is expected to be as good as PSTN. In essence, QoS plays a crucial part in order to maintain the seamless service during the VoIP session. As wireless networks are prone to channel error and VoIP application is known to be a delay-sensitive application, network traffic congestion could easily affect the voice quality of VoIP. Therefore, the codec selection within the VoIP application must be improved so that the codec can operate at various bit rates in order to cater for different traffic conditions. In this paper, we explain how centralize codec switching can help user to communicate seamlessly. We use WiFi network traffic as an example scenario.
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