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== References and Links ==
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== Updates from Industry==
* [http://www.yota.ru/en/htc_max_4g/media/ Yota TV-Mobile WiMAX], Yota TV offers more than 20 channels at (800x480) resolution on HTC MAX 4G Handset
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Multimedia:
* [http://www.broadcom.com/press/release.php?id=1057720 Broadcom], 720p HD Video, 12 Megapixel Camera and 3D Gaming Coming Soon to Your Cell Phone
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* [http://www.infovalue.com/links/news%20room/press%20releases/2009/Press%20Release%20-%20InfoValue%20-%20IPTV%20over%20WiMax.pdf Infovalue WiMAX TV (Dec 24, 2009) ], H.264 based content streaming. Supports mobility, interactivity and PVR functionalities.
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* [http://www.yota.ru/en/htc_max_4g/media/ Yota WiMAX TV (June, 2009) ], Yota TV offers more than 20 channels at (800x480) resolution on HTC MAX 4G Handset
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* [http://www.broadcom.com/press/release.php?id=1057720 Broadcom Mobile Multimedia Device ( Oct, 2007) ], 720p HD Video, 12 Megapixel Camera and 3D Gaming Coming Soon to Your Cell Phone
 
* [http://www.wimax360.com/profiles/blogs/wimax-broadband-subscribers-to Wimax360], Juniper Research: 50Million Wimax broadband users by 2014.
 
* [http://www.wimax360.com/profiles/blogs/wimax-broadband-subscribers-to Wimax360], Juniper Research: 50Million Wimax broadband users by 2014.
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== References and Links ==
 
* [[Importing_video_traffic_into_OPNET | Adding Video Traces Data to OPNET Simulation]]
 
* [[Importing_video_traffic_into_OPNET | Adding Video Traces Data to OPNET Simulation]]
 
*[http://www.dailywireless.org/2008/03/10/wimax-tv-from-nextwave/ WiMAX TV from NextWave ] MXtv utilizes macro-diversity technology to deliver optimal performance and does not require operators to acquire additional spectrum to enter the mobile TV market
 
*[http://www.dailywireless.org/2008/03/10/wimax-tv-from-nextwave/ WiMAX TV from NextWave ] MXtv utilizes macro-diversity technology to deliver optimal performance and does not require operators to acquire additional spectrum to enter the mobile TV market

Revision as of 17:07, 17 February 2010

Multimedia Streaming in WiMAX Networks

This project studies multimedia services in the emerging WiMAX networks.

Contents

People

Discussion and Ideas


Updates from Industry

Multimedia:

References and Links

  • XOHMTM mobile 4G service WiMAX deployment by Sprint [1] (First pay-per-use WiMAX service offered in Baltimore, 2 to 4 megabits per second)
  • S. Ahson and M. Ilyas, The WiMAX Handbook, CRC Press, 2008. Three volumes. V1: Technologies, Performance Analysis, and QoS. V2: Standards and Security. V3:Applications, eCopy of V3 through SFU Library.