Video Transmission over Lossy Wireless Networks: A Cross-Layer Perspective
Video content currently makes up nearly half of the "fixed" Internet traffic and more than a third of the mobile traffic in North America, with most other regions showing similar trends. As mobile data rates continue to increase and more people rely on 802.11 wireless for home and commercial Internet access, the amount of video transmitted over at least one wireless hop will likely continue to increase. In addition, as cameras continue to become smaller and cheaper, the demand for video services in sensor and MANET networks will also increase. In this paper, we examine the state of the art of wireless video communication at each layer of the networking stack. We consider both existing and emerging technologies at each layer of the protocol stack as well as cross-layer designs, and discuss how these solutions can increase the video experience for the end user.
S. Pudlewski et al., "Video Transmission over Lossy Wireless Networks: A Cross-Layer Perspective," IEEE Journal on Selected Topics in Signal Processing, vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 6-21, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Feb 2015.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1109/JSTSP.2014.2342202
Keywords and Phrases
Cloud Computing; Compressive Sampling; Cross-Layer Design; Video Encoder/Decoder; Wireless Video Streaming
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01 Feb 2015