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Dynamic and Adaptive Media Streaming Over Heterogeneity Network by Wireless Channel




Bandwidth, Error Control, Internet, Overhead, PER, Prioritization, QoS, Video Streaming, Wireless Channel


Video streaming over wireless (networks) has gained popularity in recent times with the development of heterogeneity networks. The demand and market for video based services is expected to grow substantially in the future. In that network is used for video streaming, the inherent unreliability of frequently results in corrupted video packets and jitter during video playback. Such an aberration is especially pronounced in wireless networks due to the fading and multipath interference impediments in wireless channels. Protocol based video transmission provides reliability at the cost of severely increased delay arising from frequent retransmissions in case of packet error over wireless links and constraints from session and application layers for in-sequence delivery. These delays are substantially worsened in low SNR (signal-to-noise power ratio) wireless environments. Multiple Protocol connections, which efficiently utilize the bandwidth of the wireless channel, have been demonstrated to yield significantly improved quality of video streaming over wireless channels while enhancing the reliability of video delivery compared to protocols. In this paper we propose new scalable hierarchical adaptive bitrate video coding over heterogeneity network for reliable video transmission over wireless channels while reducing the delay and jitter of video streaming.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV4I60475
Published in: Volume : 4, Issue : 6
Publication Date: 01/09/2016
Page(s): 898-901

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