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Global Standards Collaboration (GSC) 14. Mobile Multimedia Broadcast and Multicast standardization in ETSI. Presenter: Adrian Scrase, VP ETSI IPP Sources: Lieven Vermaele (JTC BROADCAST), Jean-Jacques Bloch (TC SES), Alain Sultan (for 3GPP). Highlight of Current Activities (1)

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mobile multimedia broadcast and multicast standardization in etsi

Global Standards Collaboration (GSC) 14

Mobile Multimedia Broadcast and Multicast standardization in ETSI

Presenter: Adrian Scrase, VP ETSI IPP

Sources:

Lieven Vermaele (JTC BROADCAST),

Jean-Jacques Bloch (TC SES),

Alain Sultan (for 3GPP)

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Highlight of Current Activities (1)

JTC BROADCAST

  • ETSI JTC Broadcast has input from ETSI Members who may be also members of a Forum e.g. WorldDMB Forum, DRM Forum, FLO Forum, and from DVB Project (specific agreement).
  • JTC Broadcast delivers standards on technologies such as DAB, DAB+,DRM, DMB, DVB-T(T2), DVB-H, DVB-SH, Media Foward Link Only
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Highlight of Current Activities (2) JTC BROADCAST
  • Digital radio:
    • Key highlights: around rich media and convergence
    • Looking at gaps and overlaps:
      • In the existing standards
      • With a view to providing a simpler and broader set of applications which will cover DAB, DAB+, DMB, DRM and the internet
      • And allow content providers to deliver content in the most efficient way to their audiences along with enhanced interactivity
    • With current final stages for DRM's extension to higher frequencies, the open digital radio platform is complete with solutions for all available and prospective frequency bands
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Highlight of Current Activities (3)JTC BROADCAST
  • Mobile TV:
    • DVB-H: DVB-H standard is fully specified and published.Additional work is ongoing revising the DVB-IPDC systems layers following extensive implementation experience.
    • DVB-SH system and waveform specifications, and DVB-SH Implementation Guidelines are published.Work is continuing on items such as performance validation through laboratory and field tests and the validation of the interfaces with DVB-IPDC.
    • DVB-T/DVB-T2: DVB-T is published and DVB-T2 should be published in September 2009.
    • Forward Link Only Air Interface: specification for Terrestrial Mobile - Multimedia Multicast is published.
    • DMB: ETSI deliverables have been published.
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Highlight of Current Activities (4)

TC SES

  • MBMS over S-UMTSsystems based on 3GPP UTRA FDD W-CDMA satellite radio interface (G family).
  • Satellite Digital Radiosystem based on a TDM/OFDM radio interface.
  • Harmonized standard for 2GHz MSS equipment
  • All standards can be used for hybrid satellite/terrestrial broadcast infrastructure.
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Highlight of Current Activities (5)

Satellite MBMS

  • TC SES/ MSS WG
    • Multimedia Broadcast/Multicast Services over S-UMTS networks
    • S-DMB refers to Satellite Digital Multimedia Broadcast system
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3GPP defined MBMS over mobile in UMTS Release 6 (frozen in 2005) and keeps improving this feature since then

3GPP MBMS architecture enables the efficient usage of radio-network and core-network resources, with an emphasis on radio interface efficiency

Initial 3GPP architecture:

Highlight of Current Activities (6)

3GPP MBMS

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Strategic Direction

  • Digital radio: roll-out digital radio across Europe, with the digital receiver profiles providing the first step of unifying the market
  • Mobile TV on the basis of DVB-H:
    • Tested in several markets
    • Minimal commercial implementations
    • Need for an attractive commercial proposal
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Challenges

  • Digital radio: challenges largely depends on governments. When strong commitment to digitising radio it changes the industry's perception of risk and accelerates plans
  • Mobile TV:
    • In general not a success today even if it is expected by many to become one of the next big mass media markets
    • FTA (Free To Air) mobile phones, with no guaranteed quality and on the basis of DVB-T in the market. Accepted by the public.
    • Competition with wireless or storage based devices offer live and on demand services
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Next Steps/Actions

  • Digital radio: spreading best practice globally
  • Mobile TV:
    • There is still work regarding DVB-IPDC
    • DVB-T2 should be published soon
    • Norway has just begun a service called miniTV using the DMB standard.  It is a collaboration of NRK and 2 private TV stations. It has 6 TV channels free to air along with 15 radio channels.  It is for an initial trial period of 2 years.
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Supplementary Slides

  • DAB: Digital Audio BroadcastingMethod for the digital transmission of radio signals for mobile reception, developed by EUREKA project 147.
  • DAB+: additional audio codec for 'Digital Audio Broadcasting', based on the new audio coding technology HE-AAC v2 (also known as AAC+ or MPEG-4). DAB+ is backwards compatible to the current DAB standard.
  • DMB: Digital Multimedia BroadcastingMethod for the digital transmission of multimedia signals (especially video services) for mobile reception. DMB is part of the same family of standards as DAB and DAB+.
  • DRM: Digital Radio MondialeMethod for the digital transmission of VHF radio signals (AM), developed by the DRM consortium.
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Supplementary Slides

DVB-H: Broadcasting to HandledDigital Terrestrial Mobile TV; extension of DVB-T with some backwards compatibility. Technical specification for the transmission of digital TV to Handheld receivers such as mobile telephones and PDAs.

DVB-IPDC: Internet Protocol DatacastComplete Specifications for the Delivery of Mobile TV Services. DVB-IPDC is a set of systems layer specifications which defines what is delivered, how it is delivered, how it is described, and how it is protected.

DVB-SH: Satellite services to HandledMobile TV over advanced Hybrid Satellite/Terrestrial Networks. Transmission system standard designed to deliver video, audio and data services to vehicles and handheld devices; services based on a TDM/OFDM radio interface and derived from the terrestrial broadcast DVB-H radio interface technology.

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Supplementary Slides

DVB-T: Digital Terrestrial TVFlexible system that allows networks to be designed for the delivery of a wide range of services, from HDTV to multichannel SDTV, fixed, portable, mobile, and even handheld reception

DVB-T2DVB-T2 introduces the latest modulation and coding techniques to enable highly efficient use of valuable terrestrial spectrum for the delivery of audio, video and data services to fixed, portable and mobile devices.

Media Forward Link OnlyIt is a technology to transmit data to portable devices such as cell phones and PDAs, used for mobile TV.

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Supplementary Slides
  • Main ETSI deliverables (1):
    • Radio Broadcasting Systems; Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) to mobile, portable and fixed receivers (EN 300 401)
    • Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB); Data Broadcasting - MPEG-2 TS streaming(TS 102 427)
    • Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB); DMB video service;User application specification (TS 102 428)
    • Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB);Transport of Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) audio (TS 102 563)
    • Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM); System Specification(ES 201 980)
    • Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB); Transmission System for Handheld Terminals (DVB-H) (EN 302 304)
    • Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB); DVB-H Implementation Guidelines (TR 102 377)
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Supplementary Slides
  • Main ETSI deliverables (2):
    • Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB); IP Datacast: Implementation Guidelines for Mobility; Part 1: IP Datacast over DVB-H (TS 102 611-1)
    • Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB); IP Datacast: Implementation Guidelines for Mobility; Part 2: IP Datacast over DVB-SH (TS 102 611-2)
    • Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB); Framing Structure, channel coding and modulation for Satellite Services to Handheld devices (SH) below 3 GHz (EN 302 583)
    • Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB); DVB-SH Implementation Guidelines (TS 102 584)
    • Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB); Framing structure, channel coding and modulation for digital terrestrial television (DVB-T) (EN 300 744)
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Supplementary Slides
  • Main ETSI deliverables (3):
    • Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB); Implementation guidelines for DVB terrestrial services; Transmission aspects (TR 101 190)
    • Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB); Frame structure channel coding and modulation for a second generation digital terrestrial television broadcasting system (DVB-T2) (EN 302 755)
    • Forward Link Only Air Interface; Specification for Terrestrial Mobile; Multimedia Multicast ( TS 102 589)
    • W-CDMA Radio Interface for Multimedia Broadcast/Multicast Service (MBMS) (ETSI TS 125 306)
    • Outer Physical Layer of the Radio Interface (SDR)(EN 302 550-1-1)
    • Inner Physical Layer of the Radio Interface (SDR)(EN 302 550-1-2)
    • Guidelines for the use of the physical layer standards (SDR) (TR 102 604)
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Supplementary Slides
  • Main ETSI deliverables (4):
    • ETSI Technical Specifications resulting from 3GPP TS on MBMS (to obtain corresponding 3GPP TS numbers, remove the initial “1” and change the space into a dot):
      • Multimedia Broadcast/Multicast Service (MBMS) user services; Stage 1 (TS 122.246)
      • MBMS Architecture and functional description (TS 123.246)
      • Introduction of the MBMS in the Radio Access Network; Stage 2 (TS 125.346)
      • MBMS synchronisation protocol (SYNC) (TS 125.446)
      • IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) based Packet Switch Streaming (PSS) and MBMS User Service; Protocols (TS 126.237)

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Supplementary Slides
  • Main ETSI deliverables (5):
    • ETSI Technical Specifications resulting from 3GPP TS on MBMS (to obtain corresponding 3GPP TS numbers, remove the initial “1” and change the space into a dot):
      • MBMS Protocols and codecs (TS 126.346)
      • MBMS charging (TS 132.273)
      • General aspects and principles for interfaces supporting MBMS within Evolved Universal Terrestrial Radio Access Network (E-UTRAN) (TS 136.440)
      • Layer 1 for interfaces supporting MBMS within E-UTRAN (TS 136.441)
      • Signalling Transport for interfaces supporting MBMS within E-UTRAN (TS 136.442)
      • MBMS in the GERAN; Stage 2 (TS 143.246)

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