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Wireless IPTV over WiMAX: Challenges and Applications Francis E. Retnasothie, M. Kemal Ozdemir, Tevfik Yucek, Hasari Celebi, Joseph Zhang, and Ranesh Muththaiah
 

Summary: Wireless IPTV over WiMAX: Challenges and Applications
Francis E. Retnasothie, M. Kemal ¨Ozdemir, Tevfik Y¨ucek, Hasari Celebi, Joseph Zhang, and Ranesh Muththaiah
Logus Broadband Wireless Solutions
845 Progress Ave, Toronto, Canada M1H 2X4
Logus Broadband Wireless Solutions USA
3803 Corporex Park Plaza Suite 700, Tampa, FL 33619
University of South Florida, Department of Electrical Engineering
4202 E. Fowler Avenue, Tampa, FL, 33613
E-mail: {francis, kemal, tevfik, hasari, joseph, ranesh}@loguswireless.com
Abstract-- Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) is gaining recog-
nition as a viable alternative for the delivery of video by
telecommunications and cable companies. It features bandwidth
efficiencies, and management; therefore, it is ideally suited for
broadcast, multicast, unicast interactive and multimedia services
(IMS - IP multimedia). Core networks are packet-based, however,
access networks are not always packet-based. Furthermore, they
are wired as either fiber-coax or fiber-twisted pair topologies.
Design, construction, and maintenance costs of such topologies
are exorbitant, making the IPTV deployment economically un-
viable, especially in underdeveloped countries and rural areas.

  

Source: Arslan, Hüseyin - Department of Electrical Engineering, University of South Florida

 

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