Implementing Mobile TV: ATSC Mobile DTV, MediaFLO, DVB-H/SH, DMB,WiMAX, 3G Systems, and Rich Media Applications

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Taylor & Francis, Nov 12, 2012 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 657 pages
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Implement state-of-the-art Mobile TV networks with this comprehensive guide to the latest technologies and standards, including MediaFLO, ATSC Mobile DTV, and CMMB, the same technologies seeing large-scale rollouts today around the world. You not only gain deep insight into the maze of technologies, but also the principles of mobile content-what makes it work, how it's produced, repurposed and delivered securely, and how it integrates with mobile and Internet domains.  

Learn about the key enablers of a mobile TV service, like smartphones, chipsets, and mobile software. Gain access to a detailed look at the networks deployed worldwide with real-world case studies. The informative diagrams provide rich visualization of the new technologies, services, and revenue models. Gain understanding of how mobile TV can be made interactive and how it can be delivered seamlessly in multiple markets. Get insight into the growing capabilities of multimedia handsets and software which drives innovative applications.

Author Amitabh Kumar begins with the basics of mobile multimedia and progresses to cover details of technologies, networks, and firmware for mobile TV services. Easy to follow, Implementing Mobile TV features a rich presentation that includes dozens of  FAQs and "Quick Facts."

This new edition is updated to reflect the quickly evolving world of Mobile TV, focusing on factors for success and providing understanding of:

 

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Contents

Mobile TVA Prologue
Introductionto Streamingand
Overview of Cellular Mobile Networks
Overview of Technologies
Mobile TV Using 3G Technologies 6 1 Introduction
Switched Streaming Service
Mobile TV Using DVBH Technologies
DMB and China Multimedia Mobile Broadcasting
6Handsets forSatellite Technologies with aTerrestrial Component
Mobile TV and Multimedia Services Interoperability
Content andServicesonMobile TVand Multimedia Networks Chapter 18MobileTV
Content and Revenue Models for Mobile
Introduction to Digital Multimedia 2 1 Introduction
Platforms
Interactivity and MobileTV 20 1 Introduction Why Interactivity inBroadcast MobileTV?
Content Securityfor Mobile TV 21 1 IntroductionPay TVContent Security

7Terminals andHandheld Units
Mobile TVUsing WiMAX
Spectrum for Mobile TV Services
Multimedia Handsetsand RelatedTechnologies Chapter 14 Chipsets for Mobile TVandMultimedia
Operating Systems and Multimedia Phones Software for Mobile TV
Handsets for Mobile TV and Multimedia Services
Removable Media
Mobile TVThe Future
Future
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Amitabh Kumar has over 30 years of experience in the telecommunications, Internet and broadcast fields. Currently he is Director of Technology for Essel Group of companies, Head of Broadcasting Operations of the Zee Network, India and Singapore, and Chief Technical Officer for Dish TV India DTH Network. The Zee Network is the largest Broadcasting Network of India with over 45 channels broadcast to over 200 countries, while the DTH network has over 200 channels and over 5 million customers. Kumar was responsible for setting up India's first Pay DTH platform, Dish TV. He is also a member on the Board of Directors of Essel Shyam Telecommunications Ltd. and Procall India Ltd. Kumar is a member of the Confederation of Indian Industries' (CII's) Wireless Knowledge Working Group.
Amitabh Kumar has over 30 years of experience in the telecommunications, Internet and broadcast fields. Currently he is Director of Technology for Essel Group of companies, Head of Broadcasting Operations of the Zee Network, India and Singapore, and Chief Technical Officer for Dish TV India DTH Network. The Zee Network is the largest Broadcasting Network of India with over 45 channels broadcast to over 200 countries, while the DTH network has over 200 channels and over 5 million customers. Kumar was responsible for setting up India's first Pay DTH platform, Dish TV. He is also a member on the Board of Directors of Essel Shyam Telecommunications Ltd. and Procall India Ltd. Kumar is a member of the Confederation of Indian Industries' (CII's) Wireless Knowledge Working Group.

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