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Clock recovery and reconstruction of PAL pictures for MPEG coded streams transported over ATM networks

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4 Author(s)
Andreotti, G.F. ; DRSC-SA Lab., Italtel Soc. Italiana Telecommun. SpA, Milan, Italy ; Michieletto, G. ; Mori, L. ; Profumo, A.

The problem of clock recovery for an MPEG audio/video decoder, when the MPEG stream is transmitted over an ATM network and the decoded signal is to be converted to a PAL/NTSC format, is addressed. The presence of ATM cell delay variation represents a jitter source for the reconstruction of the main presentation reference signals associated with the coded streams. Since the PAL/NTSC synchronization signals are obtained from these signals, care must be taken to avoid visible artifacts in the displayed images, typically hue changes. It is shown that the clock recovery design, based on consumer quality video display requirements, is not more complex than ordinary PLLs used in transmission systems, while the buffer size requirements can be certainly contained within acceptable limits

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Circuits and Systems for Video Technology, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 6 )