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High Data-Rate Video Broadcasting Over 3G Wireless Systems

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2 Author(s)
ada Atici ; Dept. ofElectrical & Comput. Eng., Koc Univ., Istanbul ; M. Oguz Sunay

In cellular environments, video broadcasting is a challenging problem in which the number of users receiving the service and the average successfully decoded video data-rate have to be intelligently optimized. When video is broadcasted using the 3G packet data standard, 1xEV-DO, the code space may be divided among the multiple layers if scalable video coding is employed. In this paper, we propose a novel, multi-objective optimized video broadcasting scheme for 1xEV-DO and investigate the feasibility of using multiple layers for transmission. The multi-objective optimization aims to find the best compromise between maximizing the average decodable video data-rate and minimizing the basic quality video outage probability. Simulations conducted for the ITU Pedestrian A and Vehicular B channels show that high data-rates with low outages are possible when 1xEV-DO is used for video broadcasting, however, it may not be desirable to use scalable video coding for this purpose

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IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting  (Volume:53 ,  Issue: 1 )