Mobile Multimedia Applications. The information about Nokia Mobile Phones is from the talk Market and Technology Fundamentals for Multi Media Services by Timo Toikkanen at the VIEW Technology Workshop, Hong Kong , August 2002. Wireless Futures. Internet supports e-commerce
The information about Nokia Mobile Phonesis from the talk
Market and Technology Fundamentals for Multi Media ServicesbyTimo Toikkanenat the VIEW Technology Workshop,
Hong Kong, August 2002
Video Transmission over wireless channels
Video Compression for wireless channels
Video Streaming over wireless channels
Pre and Post Processing techniques for Error Resiliency & Error Concealment
QoS (Quality of Service) in wireless multimedia
Media-Processors in wireless applications and IP Networks
3G wireless technology is a global communication technology based on packet-based transmission of digitized voice, data, and video.
It includes multiple competing wireless technologies like
3G is capable of delivering data transmission speeds of
A New Language of Cell Phones- from 'listen to what I say' to 'see what I mean'
At the end of 2002, about half of Nokia mobile phone delivery volumes will be MMS enabled
In 2003, a majority of all new Nokia terminals will have MMS capability
SMS a service for sending messages of up to 160 characters (224 characters if using a 5-bit mode) to mobile phones that use Global System for Mobile (GSM) communication.
Primarily used in Europe and Asia.
Can be sent to digital phones from a Web site equipped with PC Link or from one digital phone to another.
Typical uses of SMS include:
An SMS gateway is a Web site that lets you enter an SMS message to someone within the cell served by that gateway or that acts as an international gateway for users with roaming capability.
All messaging services including SMS, MMS & e-mail collected under one application
Pictures can be stored in the photo album
MMS messaging can combine text, pictures and audio
The address formats supported are global phone numbers and simple e-mail addresses
supportLearning the SMS lessonWhat is needed for a fast mobile service growth
Widespread adoption of a common and easy to use application
Large color screens –
Evolution of mobile communication from ears to eyes, from voice to imaging
Powerful navigation solutions –
The crucial ergonomics to make advanced functionality easy to use
3rd party SW and content(MMS, Java, XHTML)–
Open platforms and technologies enable developers and consumers to add new functionalities to devices - and unleash collective innovation
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