Stereo video broadcasting over DVB-H

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2012
Buğdaycı, Döne
This thesis proposes a complete framework of an end-to-end transmission of stereo video to mobile devices using DVB-H. Block diagram of the system is presented and operations conducted on the video at each layer are explained. Parameters and methodologies that may make a robust transmission possible are discussed. The transmission performance is analyzed in terms of error robustness under various coding methods, prediction structures, layering and protection strategies for different contents and channel conditions. It also investigates the effect of rate allocation between video quality and protection over robust transmission in erroneous environment. This works provides directive conclusions on the selection of the mentioned parameters and methods.

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D. Buğdaycı, “Stereo video broadcasting over DVB-H,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2012.