4G wireless video communications by Haohong Wang, Lisimachos Kondi, Ajay Luthra, Song Ci

By Haohong Wang, Lisimachos Kondi, Ajay Luthra, Song Ci

A complete presentation of the video conversation options and structures, this publication examines 4G instant structures that are set to revolutionise ubiquitous multimedia communication.4G instant Video Communications covers the basic thought and appears at structures descriptions with a spotlight on electronic video. It addresses the foremost subject matters linked to multimedia conversation on 4G networks, together with complicated video coding criteria, errors resilience and mistake concealment recommendations, in addition to complicated content-analysis and model strategies for video communications, cross-layer layout and optimization frameworks and strategies. It additionally offers a high-level review of the electronic video compression regular MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 that's anticipated to play a key position in 4G networks. fabric is gifted logically permitting readers to show on to particular attractions. the 1st half the ebook covers primary idea and platforms, whereas the second one part strikes onto complex strategies and purposes. This publication is a well timed mirrored image of the most recent advances in video communications for 4G instant structures.

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Through this technique, spectral efficiency and flexible data rate can be achieved. 34 modems to combat the poor channel quality of telephone lines. This idea was extended to Rayleigh fading channels [15] in time-division duplex (TDD) systems. In frequency-division duplex (FDD) systems, a feedback channel should be used in order to make an estimation of channel fading fed back to the transmitter from the receiver. The main purpose of this section is to introduce AMC techniques and to compare the performance of some other adaptive schemes in terms of transmission power, modulation and channel coding rate.

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