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Camp, Ken. IP telephony demystified. New York, McGraw-Hill,
c2003. 254 p.
Greenblatt, David. The call heard 'round the world: Voice
over Internet Protocol and the quest for convergence. New York, AMACOM,
American Management Association, c2003. 188 p.
Grigonis, Richard. Computer telephony encyclopedia. New York,
CMP Books; Berkeley, CA, Distributed to the book trade in the
U.S. and Canada by Publishers Group West, c2000. 563 p.
Subject headings used by the Library of Congress, under which works on Internet telephony can be located in most card, book, and online catalogs, include the following:
Bayer, Michael. Computer telephony demystified: putting CTI,
media services, and IP telephony to work. New York, McGraw-Hill,
c2001. 765 p.
Black, Uyless D. Voice over IP. 2nd ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ,
Prentice Hall, c2002. 330 p.
Brown, Kevin. IP telephony unveiled. Indianapolis, IN, Cisco
Press, c2004. 170 p.
Davidson, Jonathan, James Peters, with contributions by Brian
Gracely. Voice over IP fundamentals. Indianapolis, IN, Cisco Press,
c2000. 373 p.
Goralski, Walter, and Matthew C. Kolon. IP telephony. New York,
McGraw-Hill, c2000. 468 p.
Internet telephony. Edited by Lee W. McKnight, William Lehr,
and David D. Clark. Cambridge, MA, MIT Press, c2001. 395 p.
Abrahams, John R., and Mauro Lollo. Centrex or PBX: the
impact of IP. Boston, Artech House, c2003. 161 p.
Anderson, Paul V., and Art Rosenberg. The digital call center:
gateway to technical intimacy. Houston, TX, Doyle Pub., c1999.
Bates, Juliet. Optimizing voice in ATM/IP mobile networks. New
York, McGraw-Hill, c2002. 234 p.
Caputo, Robert. Cisco packetized voice and data integration.
New York, McGraw-Hill, c2000. 334 p.
Collins, Daniel. Carrier grade voice over IP. 2nd ed. New York,
McGraw-Hill, c2003. 522 p.
Collora, Sal, and others. Cisco CallManager best practices. Indianapolis,
IN, Cisco Press, c2004. 575 p.
Dang, Luan, Cullen Jennings, and David Kelly. Practical VoIP
using VOCAL. Beijing, Sebastopol, CA, O'Reilly, 2002. 502 p.
Deel, Darrick, Mark Nelson, and Anne Smith. Developing Cisco
IP phone services. Indianapolis, IN, Cisco Press, c2002. 259 p.
Douskalis, Bill. Putting VoIP to work: Softswitch network
design and testing. Upper Saddle River, NJ, Prentice Hall, c2002. 327
Edgar, Bob. The voiceXML handbook: understanding and building
the phone-enabled Web. New York, CMP, 2001. 481 p.
Evans, D. R. Digital telephony over cable. Boston, Addison-Wesley,
2001. 571 p.
Faynberg, Igor, Lawrence Gabuzda, and Hui-Lan Lu. Converged
networks and services: Internetworking IP and the PSTN. New York, Wiley,
c2000. 347 p.
Giralt, Paul, Addis Hallmark, and Anne Smith. Troubleshooting
Cisco IP telephony. Indianapolis, IN, Cisco Press, c2002. 973 p.
Grigonis, Richard. Voice over DSL: understanding and implementing
VoDSL. Lawrence, KS, R&D; London, McGraw-Hill, 2002. 419 p.
Hardy, William C. VoIP service quality: measuring and evaluating
packet-switched voice. New York, McGraw-Hill, c2003. 317 p.
Harler, Curt. The market for IP enhanced services: a survey
of the market and the membership of the International Engineering
Consortium: a report. Strongsville, OH, C. Harler, Inc., c2001.
1 v. (unpaged)
Hersent, Olivier, Jean-Pierre Petit, and David Gurle. Beyond
VoIP protocols: understanding voice technology and networking techniques
for IP telephony. Hoboken, NJ, John Wiley, 2005. 261 p.
Ibe, Oliver C. Converged network architectures: delivering
voice over IP, ATM, and frame relay. New York, Wiley, c2002. 344 p.
Keagy, Scott. Integrating voice and data networks. Indianapolis,
IN, Cisco Press, c2000. 779 p.
Khasnabish, Bhumip. Implementing voice over IP. Hoboken, NJ,
Wiley-Interscience, c2003. 208 p.
Loshin, Peter. Big book of IP telephony RFCs. San Diego, CA,
Morgan Kaufmann/Academic Press, 2001. 1 v. (various pagings)
Lovell, David. Cisco IP telephony. Indianapolis, IN, Cisco Press,
2002. 600 p.
Miller, Mark. Voice over IP technologies: building the converged
network. New York, M&T Books, c2002. 528 p.
Minoli, Daniel, and Emma Minoli. Delivering voice over IP
networks. 2nd ed. New York, Wiley, c2002. 491 p.
Minoli, Daniel. Voice over MPLS: planning and designing networks.
New York, McGraw-Hill, c2002. 443 p.
Morgan, Brian, and Moises Gonzalez. Cisco Unity fundamentals.
Indianapolis, IN, Cisco Press, c2005. 389 p.
Muller, Nathan J. IP convergence: the next revolution in
telecommunications. Boston, Artech House, c2000. 477 p.
Ohrtman, Frank. Softswitch: architecture for VoIP. New York,
McGraw-Hill, c2003. 359 p.
Pulver, Jeff. The Internet telephone toolkit. New York, J. Wiley & Sons,
c1996. 201 p.
Ransome, James F., and John W. Rittinghouse. VoIP security. Amsterdam,
Boston, Elsevier, c2005. 402 p.
Space/terrestrial mobile networks: Internet access and QoS
Edited by R. E. Sheriff and others. Chichester, Eng., Hoboken,
NJ, Wiley, c2004. 273 p.
Stafford, Matthew. Signaling and switching for packet telephony.
Boston, Artech House, 2004. 253 p.
Sulkin, Allan. PBX systems for IP telephony. New York, McGraw-Hill,
2002. 487 p.
Voice over IP: ripple or tidal wave? New York, Bernstein Research,
c2004. 78 p.
Walker, John Q., and Jeffrey T. Hicks. Taking charge of your
VoIP project. Indianapolis, IN, Cisco Press, c2004. 294 p.
Walters, Stephen M. The new telephony. Upper Saddle River, NJ,
Prentice Hall PTR, c2002. 371 p.
Wright, David J. Voice over packet networks. Chichester, Eng.,
New York, John Wiley, c2001. 252 p.
Yarberry, William. Computer telephony integration. 2nd ed. Boca
Raton, FL, Auerbach Publications, c2003. 409 p.
PROTOCOLS AND STANDARDS
Black, Uyless D. Internet telephony: call processing protocols. Upper
Saddle River, NJ, Prentice Hall, c2001.
Camarillo, Gonzalo. SIP demystified. New York, McGraw-Hill, c2002. 264
Durkin, James F. Voice enabling the data network: H.323, MGCP, SIP,
QoS, SLAs, and security. Indianapolis, IN, Cisco Press, 2003. 200 p.
Hersent, Olivier, Jean-Pierre Petit, and David Gurle. IP telephony:
deploying voice-over IP protocols. Chichester, Eng., Hoboken, NJ, John Wiley, 2005.
Johnston, Alan B. SIP: understanding the Session Initiation Protocol.
2nd ed. Boston, Artech House, c2004.
Kumar, Vineet, Markku Korpi, and Senthil Sengodan. IP telephony with
H.323: architectures for unified networks and integrated services. New York, Wiley,
c2001. 605 p.
Ohrtman, Frank. Voice over 802.11. Boston, Artech House, c2004. 258 p.
Sinnreich, Henry, and Alan B. Johnston. Internet communications using SIP:
delivering VoIP and multimedia services with Session Initiation Protocol.
New York, Wiley Computer Pub., c2001. 298 p.
Voice over IP (VoIP) technology: 21 August 2001, Denver, USA. Petros Mouchtaris,
chair/editor; sponsored ... by SPIE–the International Society for
Optical Engineering; cooperating organization, Colorado Photonics Industry
Association (USA). Bellingham, WA, SPIE, c2001. 180 p. (SPIE proceedings
series, v. 4522)
LAW AND LEGISLATION
Molczan, George. A legal and law enforcement guide to telephony: addressing
technical, legal and police issues relating to the interface and
interaction with communication service providers. Springfield, IL, C. C. Thomas, c2005.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Energy and Commerce. Subcommittee
on Telecommunications and the Internet. VOIP services: will the technology
disrupt the industry or will regulation disrupt the technology?:
hearing before the Subcommittee on Telecommunications and the Internet of
on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eighth
Congress, second session, July 7, 2004. Washington, U.S. G.P.O., 2004. 161 p.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee
on Commercial and Administrative Law. Regulatory aspects of Voice over
Internet Protocol (VoIP): hearing before the Subcommittee on Commercial
Law of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives,
One Hundred Eighth Congress, second session, July 23, 2004. Washington, U.S. G.P.O.,
2004. 129 p.
TECHNICAL REPORTS and other types of literature are indexed in the following guides:
Reports listed below are available in the microform collection of the Science, Technology & Business Division. These and other reports on the subject may also be purchased from the National Technical Information Service (NTIS), 5825 Port Royal Road, Springfield, Virginia 22161. NTIS telephone: (703) 605-6585. NTIS web site: http://www.ntis.gov.
Abstracting and Indexing Services that index relevant journal articles and other literature on Voice over Internet Protocol are listed below. Note: Consult a reference librarian for location and format of abstracting and indexing services in the Science Reading Room. The following indexes are available in most public and college libraries:
Journals that often contain articles relevant to green roofs include the following:
Adams, Eric. Talk becomes cheap. Popular science, v. 256,
Aug. 2004: 75-76.
Awoniyi, Olufunmilola, and Fouad A. Tobagi. Effect of fading
on the performance of VoIP in IEEE 802.11a WLANs. ICC 2004 - IEEE
International Conference on Communications, v. 6, 2004: 3712-3717.
Bahati, Raphael M., and Michael A. Bauer. Quality of service
provisioning for VoIP applications with policy-enabled differentiated
services. NOMS 2004 - IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management
Symposium, Apr. 2004: 335-348.
Cannon, Robert. State regulatory approaches to VoIP: policy,
implementation, and outcome. Federal communications law journal,
v. 57, May 2005: 479-510.
Choi, Young-June and Saewoong Bahk. Scheduling for VoIP service
in cdma2000 1x EV-DO. ICC 2004 - IEEE International Conference
on Communications, v. 3, 2004: 1495-1499.
Das, Sajal K., and others. Performance optimization of VoIP calls
over wireless links using H.323 protocol. IEEE transactions
on computers, v. 52, June 2003: 742-752.
Davis, Nicole. Zero cents a minute. Popular science, v. 264,
Feb. 2004: 40.
Ezaki, Takashi, Hirotada Kawakami, and Koichi Asatani. A new
VoIP call admission control scheme with use of alternate routing
for low call loss probability. ICC 2004 - IEEE International
Conference on Communications, v. 4, 2004: 2209-2214.
Fox, Barry. The end of phones as we know them. New scientist,
v. 182, June 26, 2004: 22-23.
Garg, Sachin, and Martin Kappes. Admission control for VoIP traffic
in IEEE 802.11 networks. GLOBECOM 2003 - IEEE Gobal Telecommunications
Conference, v. 6, 2003: 3514-3518.
Hao, Ruibing, and others. Integrated system interoperability
testing with applications to VoIP. IEEE/ACM transactions on
v. 12, Oct. 2004: 823-836.
Khamsi, Roxanne. Skype beyond the hype. Technology review, v.
107, June 2004: 44-47.
Markopoulou, Athina P., Fouad A. Tobagi, and Mansour J. Karam.
Assessment of VoIP quality over internet backbones. IEEE INFOCOM
2002 - the Conference on Computer Communications, v. 1, 2002: 150-159.
Mase, Kenichi, and Hisato Kobayashi. An efficient end-to-end
measurement based admission control for VoIP networks. ICC
2004 - IEEE International Conference on Communications, v. 4, 2004:
Shacklett, Mary E. Signal vs. noise: is VoIP security a risky
proposition? VoIP magazine, v. 1, Oct. 2005: 17-20.
Swope, Christopher. Brave new telecom world. Internet telephone communication
is an exciting new prospect. Unless it’s your job to regulate it. Governing,
v. 18, Apr. 2005: 22-26.
Takahashi, Akira, Hideaki Yoshino, and Nobuhiko Kitawaki. Perceptual QoS assessment
technologies for VoIP. IEEE communications magazine, v. 42, July 2004: 28-34.
Yu, Jeonggyun, Sunghyun Choi, and Jaehwan Lee. Enhancement of
VoIP over IEEE 802.11 WLAN via dual queue strategy. ICC 2004
- IEEE International Conference on Communications, v. 6, 2004: 3706-3711.
Selected Materials available in the Science Reading Room pamphlet box(es) include:
About.com -- VoIP
Federal Communications Commission -- VOIP
How Stuff Works -- How VOIP works
Internet Telephony Magazine
IT Papers -- Voice over IP
Network World Fusion -- Voice over IP Research
Protocols.com -- VOIP Reference page
Search Networking -- What is VoIP?
Sounding Board Magazine
Telecommunications Reports International-- VoIP Policy Report
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