Transparent Transport Of IP And MPEG (2002)

By Narisa N. Y. Chu ,Motorola Broadband Communications Sector

Convergence of IP and MPEG technology has gained momentum in many sectors of the Cable, Satellite, and Terrestrial Broadcast industry worldwide. With increasing crossflows between IP and MPEG traffic, the Set- Top Terminal now has to recognize IP Multicast addresses, in addition to other essential information. New descriptors, new tables and IP-Control Channel protocol have been contemplated. The DVB Multi-Protocol Encapsulation standard is extended for implementation efficiency. Other much proliferated new protocols for the MPEG stream are also investigated, treating IP data transport as an equal, if not the primary service to video. The issues at stake are compatibility of IP and MPEG, network pre-determined conditions, scalability, and future evolution in anticipation that Internet streams might play a major role in the broadcast video channel space. This paper concerns the end-to-end signal flow from the program server to user receiver. Critical issues for IP and MPEG interworking are reviewed from an STT perspective.

By clicking the "Download Paper" button, you are agreeing to our terms and conditions.

Similar Papers

Transparent Transport Of IP And MPEG
By Narisa N. Y. Chu ,Motorola Broadband Communications Sector
MPEG Standards Evolution And Impact On Cable
By Dr. Paul Moroney, Dr. Ajay Luthra, Motorola Broadband Communications Sector
Carriage Of MPEG-4 Over MPEG-2 Based Systems
By Ardie Bahraini, Motorola Broadband Communications Sector
Streaming IP Media And Its Impact On The Digital Set-Top
By William E. Wall, Scientific-Atlanta Subscriber Sector
Customized Broadband – Analysis Techniques For Blended Multiplexes
By Dr. Robert L. Howald, Erik Metz, Rob Thompson , Motorola Broadband Communications Sector
MPEG-2 Video Streams On A Data Network (Or What Happens When Video Gets The Jitters)
By William Garrison, Motorola, Inc., Broadband Communications Sector
Headend Management Of MPEG Transport Streams From Multiple Sources
By Caitlin Bestler, Manager Architecture & Advance Development, Zenith Electronics, Network Systems
Use Of MPEG-4 In Broadband Applications
By Mukta L. Kar, Ph.D. and Yasser Syed, Ph.D., Cable Television Laboratories, Inc., Sam Narasimhan, Ph.D. and Ajay Luthra, Ph.D., Motorola Broadband Communication Sector
IP Networking In HFC Broadband Network
By Oleh J. Sniezko, Xiaolin Lu, Luisa Murcia, AT&T Broadband
Business And Pleasure: Mixed Traffic Issues Drive Network Evolution
By Robert L. Howald, Ph.D., Motorola Broadband
More Results >>