Design and evaluation of browser-to-browser video conferencing in WebRTC

  • Naktal Moaid Edan (Speaker)
  • Ali Al-Sherbaz (Speaker)
  • Scott John Turner (Speaker)

Activity: Academic Talks or PresentationsOral presentationResearch


This paper describes the Web Real-Time Communication (WebRTC) technology and the implementation of its clients and server. The main aim is to design and implement WebRTC video conferencing between browsers in real implementation using Chrome and (Wired & WiFi) of LAN & WAN networks. Also, an evaluation of CPU performance, bandwidth consumption and Quality of Experience (QoE) was achieved. Moreover, a signalling channel between browsers using the WebSocket protocol via Node.js platform has been created and executed. This paper will give web developer an opportunity to comprehend the WebRTC technology, as well as to understand how to design WebRTC video conferencing.
Period26 Oct 2017
Event title2017 Global Information Infrastructure and Networking Symposium (GIIS)
Event typeConference
LocationSaint Pierre, FranceShow on map