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Wireless access technologies like WiFi (802.11) and WiMAX (802.16) have recently emerged as promising competitors to the already established wired broadband access technologies such as ADSL and CABLE. At the same time, it is foreseen that the increasing amount of bandwidth available to the end user will eventually allow widespread provisioning of such demanding applications as real-time DVD-like quality video delivery. Due to the growing significance of the video component in next generation multimedia network applications, a number of considerations should be taken into account for optimal delivery. In this presentation we attempt to determine the optimal bit-rate for delivering high quality video over a wireless distribution framework using a real test-bed, whose performance is subject to actual limitations due to physical layer condition



This presentation is part of session "Recent Results IV" which starts at Thursday, June 10 @ 09:00


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