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The use of wireless local area networks (WLANs), as well as the proliferation of the use of multimedia applications has grown fast in recent years. Some factors affect the quality of service(QoS) received by the user. The interference is an example. This work presents an empirical study of the QoS parameters of a VoIP application in the presence of an interference network, as well as the relevance in the design of wireless networks to determine the range of an access point, taking into account several parameters as power, jitter, packet loss, delay and PMOS.