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Journal of Applied Sciences

Year: 2016  |  Volume: 16  |  Issue: 4  |  Page No.: 178 - 188

Audio/video Mapping Architecture Between Different Signaling Protocols: Problems and Suggestions

Hadeel Saleh Haj Aliwi and Putra Sumari

Abstract

Now a days, multimedia communication has been improved rapidly to allow people to communicate via the Internet. However, users cannot communicate with each other unless they use the same chatting applications since each chatting application has its own control protocol to make the call. The mapping between different protocols is a very critical issue since it solves the communication problems between any two protocols as well as it enables people around the world to talk with each other at anywhere and anytime even they use different chatting applications. Providing interoperability between different signaling protocols and multimedia applications will take the advantages of more than one protocol. This study surveys the existing mapping architectures between different signaling protocols, discusses the problems with these architectures and suggests an efficient mapping architecture by solving the problems faced in the existing ones.

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