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Issue No.03 - July-Sept. (2013 vol.20)
pp: 88-94
Amit Pande , University of California, Davis
Vishal Ahuja , University of California, Davis
Rajarajan Sivaraj , University of California, Davis
Eilwoo Baik , University of California, Davis
Prasant Mohapatra , University of California, Davis
ABSTRACT
Wireless network traffic is dominated by video and requires new ways to maximize the user experience and optimize networks to prevent saturation. The exploding number of subscribers in cellular networks has exponentially increased the volume and variety of multimedia content flowing across the network. This article details some challenges in delivery of multimedia content over 4G networks for several application scenarios. To augment the increasing demand for video applications in cellular and wireless traffic, these challenges must be efficiently addressed.
INDEX TERMS
Streaming media, Packet loss, Multimedia communication, Mobile communication, Real-time systems, 4G mobile communication, video telephony, multimedia, multimedia applications, video communication, LTE, multicast, uplink, video-on-demand
CITATION
Amit Pande, Vishal Ahuja, Rajarajan Sivaraj, Eilwoo Baik, Prasant Mohapatra, "Video Delivery Challenges and Opportunities in 4G Networks", IEEE MultiMedia, vol.20, no. 3, pp. 88-94, July-Sept. 2013, doi:10.1109/MMUL.2013.44
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