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Title: Online Telecommunication Traffic Management System For Sri Lanka Telecom
Authors: Rajapaksha, R.M.P.B.
Issue Date: 2-Dec-2013
Abstract: Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT) is one of the largest and fastest growing telecommunication industries in Sri Lanka. The company mainly provides voice, data and content services to their customers. These services are provided on the existing copper wired network as well as on the wireless network spread out in the country. Telecommunication voice traffic is simply (usage) a measurement of volume of telephone calls passed through a telephone exchange in a specified time period. SLT analysis the day to day voice traffic to enhance the capacity of the traffic routes between exchanges. But SLT deals with some crucial issues when it comes to collect traffic logs and report the voice traffic parameters with calculations from exchanges. The traffic management section of SLT requires centralizing the process to view traffic online at anywhere and generating reports for all exchanges at their own place. This project is aimed at the traffic analyzing of voice calls in the SLT PSTN. The system has been developed as two separate systems, back end and front end. Back end is a console application used to centralize access of the log files from exchanges in the metro region via SLT switching VPN. Then calculate traffic hourly and maintain the database is the other main function of this application. In fact this is an automatic process. Front end is a web based application used to interact with users to view traffic online and generate reports. This system was developed on the basis of three tier architecture using Object Oriented programming concepts. The system was implemented in Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 professional edition under the C#.Net language. ASP.Net 3.5, HTML and CSS technologies were also used for development of the web system. The Microsoft SQL Server 2005 was manipulated as the DBMS. For the system design rational rose 2002 was utilized to draw the UML diagrams. Rapid application development is used as a system development methodology. As a whole, the project was successfully finished; therefore the traffic management section of SLT and exchange staff will enjoy the benefits from this system. Finally this dissertation discusses the case for this project and it is evaluated in a stepwise fashion. It also covers the implementation issues and the problems encountered in development.
Appears in Collections:2010/2011 BIT Undergraduate thesis

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