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Global Standards Collaboration (GSC) 14. Mobile Multimedia Broadcast and Multicast. Nangapuram Venkatesh, Radiocommunication Bureau, ITU. Background. What is Mobile Multimedia Broadcast / Multicast ? Providing television (multimedia) on mobile phones – mobile TV Two competing solutions

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Background

  • What is Mobile Multimedia Broadcast / Multicast ?
    • Providing television (multimedia) on mobile phones – mobile TV
    • Two competing solutions
    • Delivery over the broadcasting network
    • Delivery over the cellular network
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ITU-R Activities

  • ITU-R Study Group 6 (Broadcasting Service) has been studying ‘mobile TV’
  • Question ITU-R 45/6 ‘Broadcasting of multimedia and data applications’
  • Recommendation ITU-R BT.1833 ‘Broadcasting of multimedia and data applications for mobile reception by handheld receivers’ responds to the Question
  • Report ITU-R BT.2049-2 ‘Broadcasting of multimedia and data applications for mobile reception’ provides up-to-date status
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Present Situation

  • Five technologies – Recommended by BT.1833
    • ISDB-T – in operation in Japan
    • DVB-H- used in Europe, Africa, some countries of Asia
    • T-DMB – deployed in S. Korea
    • FLO – has attracted support in the US
    • MBMS – telecom based (GSM, UMTS) service, included in BT.1833 as informative Appendix
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Challenges and issues

  • Competing technologies
  • Broadcast spectrum delivery
    • Technology has been deployed
    • Needs to accommodate mobile handset requirements
    • Antenna limitations in mobile handset
    • Unidirectional
  • Mobile spectrum delivery
    • Trials underway
    • Uses 3G network
    • Includes uplink (return) channel
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Next Steps/Actions

  • Harmonization of systems and standards needs to take place
  • Mobile handsets should have built-in technology for market to take-off
  • Issues related to subscription, pay-per-view should be addressed
  • Study Group 6 continues studies, as broadcasting is already delivering multimedia for mobile reception