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Image Processing, International Conference on (1995)
Washington D.C.
Oct. 23, 1995 to Oct. 26, 1995
ISBN: 0-8186-7310-9
pp: 1
J.E. Redford , Online Media, Cambridge, UK
K.S. Ruttle , Online Media, Cambridge, UK
T.M. Dobson , Online Media, Cambridge, UK
The Cambridge Interactive TV Trial offers a unique framework for experimentation by organisations with an interest in the development of a commercially viable interactive TV industry. This paper describes the organisational subdivision of the trial into two consortia with primary interests in technology and service provision respectively; outlines the technology infrastructure currently being developed to provide a platform for experimentation with new service types and business ideas; and discusses techniques deployed within the current stage of the trial to manage the delivery and decoding of MPEG audio/visual streams.
interactive television; decoding; digital television; asynchronous transfer mode; television standards; telecommunication standards; interactive video; cable television; ATM; Cambridge Interactive TV Trial; interactive TV industry; service provision; technology infrastructure; business ideas; decoding; MPEG audio/visual streams; CiTVIC; CTSN

K. Ruttle, T. Dobson and J. Redford, "Video over ATM: experience from the Cambridge Interactive TV Trial," Image Processing, International Conference on(ICIP), Washington D.C., 1995, pp. 1.
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