Multimedia Streaming in WiMAX Networks
This project studies multimedia services in the emerging WiMAX networks. We look into efficient multimedia broadcast framework over mobile WiMAX networks utilizing the MBS and sleep mode features, in particular, broadcasting multiple scalable video streams to mobile receivers. We study problems like maximizing the quality of video at mobile receivers, minimizing energy consumption at mobile receivers and other related problems.
- S. Sharangi, R. Krishnamurti and M. Hefeeda, Streaming Scalable Video Over WiMAX Networks, In Proc. of IEEE International Workshop on Quality of Service (IWQoS'10), 9 pages, Beijing, China, June 2010. (Acceptance: 25%)
Discussion and Ideas
Updates from Industry
- Infovalue WiMAX TV (Dec 24, 2009) , H.264 based content streaming. Supports mobility, interactivity and PVR functionalities.
- Yota WiMAX TV (June, 2009) , Yota TV offers more than 20 channels at (800x480) resolution on HTC MAX 4G Handset
- Broadcom Mobile Multimedia Device ( Oct, 2007) , 720p HD Video, 12 Megapixel Camera and 3D Gaming Coming Soon to Your Cell Phone
- Wimax360, Juniper Research: 50Million Wimax broadband users by 2014.
References and Links
- Adding Video Traces Data to OPNET Simulation
- WiMax, DHCPv6 implementation in Omnet++
- 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
- WiMax in the field Clearwire's equipments in the field
- WiMax Test Drive, Clearwire’s Barry Davis demonstrates the mobile WiMax/Wi-Fi router
- Multimedia Application Performance on a WiMAX Network
- TV Over Net Web site
- Cellualr News, Up to 12% of DSL Broadband users to switch to WiMAX within five years.
- Sprint spins off WIMAX unit into new Clearwire, 7 May 2008. Sprint, Clearwire, Intel, Google and others form a partnership to promote WiMAX.
- J. Wang, M. Venkatachalam, and Y. Fang, System Architecture and Cross-Layer Optimization of Video Broadcast over WiMAX, IEEE JSAC 25(4), pp. 712--721, MAY 2007. (Check this special issue of JSAC as well.)
- XOHMTM mobile 4G service WiMAX deployment by Sprint  (First pay-per-use WiMAX service offered in Baltimore, 2 to 4 megabits per second)
- WiMAX 802.16e Mobile Handoffs. Motorola Demonstrates World's First WiMAX 802.16e Mobile Handoffs in Downtown Chicago
- 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.