Mobile Video Telephony: for 3G Wireless Networks / Edition 1

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Overview

Make video mobile

Mobile video will be a $5 billion global business by 2008, predicts Strategy Analytics. This truly international, system-level tutorial provides the technical expertise you need to make it all possible. Mobile Video Telephony shows you how to:

  • Design and deploy high-performance video telephony services
  • Work within ITU, IETF, and ISO standards
  • Apply information on coding and compression, including MPEG4
  • Enable interworked voice and video connections to Internet-based clients such as SIP
  • Solve essential issues in call forwarding, multipoint operation, and mailbox services
  • And much more!

Migrating to Third-Generation Mobile Networks
• Basics of Multimedia Communication
• Video Telephony over Switched Mobile Networks
• Multiplexing Video, Audio, Data, and Control
• Call Control
• Implementation Issues
• Video Telephony over Mobile Packet Networks
• Interworking and Supplementary Services

  • The 3G-324M recommendation of 3GPP
  • ITU, IETF, and ISO standards
  • Video and audio coding and compression
  • H.223 multiplexing and H.245 call control
  • System implementation, diagnosis and testing
  • SIP-based mobile video telephony
  • Video mail and conferencing
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071445689
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 11/15/2004
  • Series: Professional Engineering Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 250
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

David J. Myers (Sidney, Australia) is a co-founder of Dilithium Networks and was its first Vice President of Engineering. A multiyear veteran of British Telecom's R&D division, he served as Broadband Delivery Manager for BTopenworld, the largest broadband provider in the United Kingdom. He has also lectured on telecommunications engineering at Sydney University, and acted as a technical consultant to the European Commission.

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Table of Contents

Ch. 1 Migrating to third-generation mobile networks 1
Ch. 2 Basics of multimedia communication 11
Ch. 3 Media coding 43
Ch. 4 Video telephony over mobile switched networks 57
Ch. 5 The H.223 multiplexer in detail 73
Ch. 6 H.245 command and control in detail 89
Ch. 7 Session walkthrough 117
Ch. 8 Implementation issues 139
Ch. 9 Video telephony over mobile packet networks 151
Ch. 10 Supplementary services and interworking 165
App. A Syntax of H.245 messages used in 3G-324M 175
App. B H.245 signaling entities 191
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