Published August 2003
by IEEE Computer Society Pr .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||300|
If you are engineering or testing/certifying anything from an ATM network, Voice over IP telephone system, Distributed Mail System or Unified Messaging System to a Packet over Sonet or GigE Infrastructure with streaming multimedia, from transmission systems to routing protocols and switch logic, this is the book for you/5(15). The book is aimed at graduate students/practitioners with good basic knowledge in computer networking. It provides the reader with all concepts of currently used IP technologies of how to deliver multimedia efficiently to the end user. The book identifies the different types of multimedia applications, quantifies their communication requirements and describes the operation and protocols of the different kinds of networks that are used to support them. These networks include LANs, the Internet and World Wide Web, and home-entertainment networks such as cable and by: This book gives an accessible overview of the various standards and practical information on link adaptation, 4G smartphone antenna design, wireless video streaming, and smart grids. Broadband Wireless Multimedia Networks distills the many complex wireless features in a clean and concise manner so that the reader can understand the key.
Based on the applied research of over participants in academia and industry, this book focuses on the radio aspects of mobile and wireless broadband multimedia communications, by exploring and developing new methods, models, techniques, strategies and tools towards the implementation of 4th generation mobile and wireless communication systems. Mobile Broadband Multimedia Networks: Techniques, MIMO and reference scenarios for radio network simulation and evaluation. This book will be an ideal source of the latest developments in mobile multimedia broadband technologies for researchers, R&D engineers, graduates and engineers in industry implementing simulation models and conducting. The book identifies the different types of multimedia applications, quantifies their communication requirements, and describes the operation and protocols of the different kinds of networks that 5/5(1). Multimedia, Quality of Service: What is it? Network Multimedia applications: sending and receiving audio and video (“continuous media”) across networks network provides application with level of performance needed for application to function. QoSFile Size: KB.
This book addresses the need for an integration of service and management in multimedia networks in order to facilitate greater accuracy and quality in the services provided. The book aims to disseminate all facets of network and service management in broadband networks and multimedia services while providing an overview of state-of-the-art Brand: Springer US. Multimedia Wireless Networks is the first book to help network professionals systematically address QoS in today's most important wireless networks -- and tomorrow's. An Advanced Topics section concludes the book with an assortment of topics including Peer-to-Peer multimedia communication and multipath networks. Show less Multimedia over IP and Wireless Networks is an indispensable guide for professionals or researchers working in areas such as networking, communications, data compression, multimedia. About this book This book contains the description of the research work done in ESF COST Action "Traffic and QoS Management in Wireless Multimedia Networks" which ran from March to June Twenty four European countries contributed to the research within the ESF COST Action with more than 70 institutions involved.