Table of contents for Mobile TV : DVB-H, DBM, 3G systems and rich media / Amitabh Kumar.

Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog.

Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication provided by the publisher. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding.


Counter
Table of Contents 
Introduction-About this Book
Mobile TV ¿ a Prologue 
Part-I Overview of Technologies
1. About Mobile TV 
2. Chapter-2 Introduction to Digital Multimedia 
Introduction
2.1 Picture
2.1.1 Image Sizes
2.1.2 Image Compression and formats
JPEG Image Format
GIF Format	
Portable Network Graphics (PNG format)
BMP Format
2.2 Video 
2.2.1 Video Signals
2.2.2 Generation of Video: Scanning
2.2.3 Generation of Video Signals by Scanning
Interlaced Scanning
Color
2.3 Television Transmission Standards
NTSC standard
The PAL Standard
2.4 Analog signal Formats
Composite Video
S- Video
2.5 Digital Video Formats
Sampling of Composite video Signals	
Sampling of Component Video Signals -Digital Component Video
Line Transmission Standards for Digital Component Video
2.6 Video Bit Rate Reduction
2.7 Video Compression
2.8 MPEG Compression
2.9 Compression Standards:
MPEG-2
MPEG-4 Compression Format
H.264/AVC (MPEG-4 Part 10
2.10 H.264/AVC	
2.11 Video File Formats
2.12 Audio Coding
2.12.1.Audio Sampling Basics
2.12.2 PCM Coding Standards
Audio Interfaces: AES-3 Audio
2.13 Audio Compression
2.13.1.Audio Compression and Coding Principles
2.13.2 MPEG Compression
MPEG-1
MP3 Format (MPEG-1 Part 3)
2.13.3. Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) (MPEG-2 Part 7)
2.13.4 Audio Codecs in MPEG-4
MPEG-4 High Efficiency AAC V2 
2.13.5 Proprietary Audio Codecs 
2.14 Summary and File formats
3. Chapter 3 Introduction to Streaming and Mobile Multimedia 
3.1 What is Mobile Multimedia
3.2 Streaming 
3.2.1 Streaming Network Architecture
3.2.2 Capture and Encoding process
3.2.3 File Conversion to Streaming formats
3.2.4 Stream Serving
3.2.5 Stream Serving and Bandwidth Management
3.3 Streaming Players and Servers
Real Networks©
Microsoft Windows Media©
Apple QuickTime©
3.4 Rich Media- Synchronized Media Integration Language(SMIL)
3.5 Mobile Multimedia
3.5.1 Mobile Multimedia and the Wireless World	
3.5.2 Elements of Mobile Multimedia
3.5.3 Standardization of Multimedia for Mobile Networks
3.6 Information transmission over 3G networks
3.7 File Formats for Mobile Multimedia
3.7.1 3GPP specified file formats and Encoder specifications
3.7.2 GPP Releases
Release¿99
Release¿2001
Release¿2002
Release 6
3.8 File formats for 3GPP and 3GPP2
3.9 Creating and delivering 3GPP and 3GPP2 content
3.10 Rich Media and 3GPP
3.11 Messaging Applications in 3GPP
3.12 Examples of Mobile Networks using 3GPP content
3.13 Multimedia Formats for Broadcast Mode Mobile TV networks
3.14 Graphics and animations in mobile environment
3.14.1 Graphics and Animation
3.14.2 Scalable Vector Graphics for Mobiles (SVG-T)
3.14.3 Animation and application software
3.14.4 Macromedia Flash Lite
3.14.5 Java Mobile Edition (J2ME)
3.14.6 Browsers for Mobile Phones
3.15 Open Standards and Open Mobile Alliance (OMA)
3.16 Summary of file formats used in Mobile Multimedia
4. Chapter 4 Overview of Cellular Mobile Networks 
4.1. Introduction
4.2 Cellular Mobile systems- A brief history-
Analog or First Generation Cellular Systems
4.3 Second Generation Cellular Mobile systems
GSM Technology
Mobile Networks Worldwide
4.4 2.5 G Technologies GPRS
4.5 EDGE Networks
4.6 CDMA technologies
2G Technologies-CDMAone
4.7 2.5G and 3G CDMA services
CDMA2000
4.8 Handling Data and Multimedia Applications over in Mobile Networks
4.8.1	 Data Capabilities of GSM networks
4.8.2 SMS
4.8.2 Circuit Switched Data or Fax
4.8.3 Wireless Access Protocol (WAP)
4.9 3G Networks and data Transmission
4.10 Mobile Networks ¿ a few Country specific examples
5. Chapter 5 Overview of Technologies for Mobile TV 
5.1 Why New technologies for Mobile TV?
5.2 What does a Mobile TV Service require?
5.3 Mobile TV Services on Cellular Networks
5.4 Digital TV broadcast networks
5.5 Digital Audio Broadcasting and Digital Multimedia Broadcasting
Mobile TV using Digital Multimedia Broadcast Terrestrial technologies
5.6 Broadcast and Unicast Technologies for Mobile TV
5.7 Broadcast Mobile TV and Interactivity
5.8 Overview of technologies
5.8.1 Mobile TV services using 3G Platforms
1.1 5.8.2 Mobile TV using Terrestrial Broadcasting Networks
1.2 5.8.3 Mobile TV Services using Satellite Broadcasting:
1.3 5.8.4 Mobile TV using Other Technologies such as WiMAX or WiBro
5.9 Mobile TV using 3G Platforms
5.9.1 MobiTV
5.9.2 More Examples of 3G Mobile Services and Networks
5.9.3 Broadcasters with Mobile TV specific Channels
5.9.4 3G+ Networks for Mobile TV
5.9.5 Mobile TV using 3G-HSDPA
5.9.6 Mobile TV Using MBMS Services
5.9.7 TDtv Mobile TV Services 
5.10 Mobile TV Using Terrestrial Transmission
5.10.1 Terrestrial TV technology Overview
5.10.2 DVB-T Digital Terrestrial Broadcast Television
5.10.3 ATSC standard for Terrestrial Broadcast
5.10.4 DVB-T for Mobile Applications
5.11 Terrestrial Broadcasting Technologies for Mobile TV
DVB-H
Terrestrial DMB
Integrated Services Digital Broadcasting (ISDB-T)
MediaFLO©
5.12 Overview of DVB-H services
5.12.1 DVB-H Commercial Services and Trials
DVB-H Services Crown Castle USA
5.13 Mobile TV using DMB Technologies
5.13.1 Digital Audio Broadcasting Services
5.13.2 DMB Services
5.13.3 Korean T-DMB Services
5.13.4	Satellite based DMB Services: DMB-S
5.13.5 The Korean SDMB Digital Multimedia Broadcast System
5.13.6 SDMB in Europe
5.13.7 DMB- India
5.13.8 Korean T-DMB Services
5.13.9 China-DMB Services
5.14 MediaFlo Mobile TV Service
5.14.1 Connectivity for MediaFLO
5.14.2 Technologies Underlying MediaFLO Services
5.14.3 Transmission in MediaFLO
5.14.4 Multimedia Quality in MediaFLO
5.14.5 Receivers for MediaFLO services
5.15 DAB-IP Services for Mobile TV
5.16 Mobile TV using ISDB-T Services
5.17 Mobile TV Using WiMAX Technologies
5.17.1 Fixed WiMAX
5.17.2 Mobile WiMAX
5.18 Comparison of Mobile TV Services
Mobile TV using 3G technologies
Mobile TV using DVB-H Technologies
5.19 Outlook for Mobile TV Services
Part-II Technologies for Mobile TV and Multimedia Broadcasting
6. Chapter 6 Mobile TV Services on 3G Networks 
6.1 Introduction
6.2 What are TV services over Mobile Networks?
6.2.1 What are the requirements of Cellular Mobile Networks for offering 	 	 Mobile TV services and Multimedia services? 
6.3 Overview of Cellular network capabilities for carrying Mobile TV
6.3.1 Data Services in 2.5 G and 3G Networks
6.3.2 Data Capabilities of 3G Networks
6.3.3 Classification of 3G Networks
6.4 Standardization for carriage of multimedia over 3G networks:
IP Multimedia system
Multimedia Domain(MMD)
6.4.1 3GPP Standards
6.5 Mobile TV Streaming Using 3GPP standards ¿Packet Switched Streaming Service (PSS)
Unicast Session Set Up in 3GPP using Packet Switched Streaming
PSS release 6 (2004)
6.6 Universal Mobile Telecommunication System (UMTS)
6.6.1 The UMTS Core Network
6.6.2 UMTS release 99 core Architecture
6.6.3 Video Coding requirements for transmission on 3G Networks
6.6.4 UMTS Quality of Service Classes
Conversational class
3G-324M Enabled Networks
UMTS Steaming Class
Interactive Class
Background Class
6.7 Data Rate Capabilities of WCDMA Networks
6.7.1 Data Channels in UMTS WCDMA
Common Channel
Dedicated Channel(DCH)
Shared Channel(DSCH Downlink)
6.7.2 Classes of Service in WCDMA 3GPP
6.7.3	Release 5 Core Network Architecture and IP Multimedia System	
6.7.4 3GPP release 6
6.8 HSDPA Networks
6.8.1 Data Capabilities of HSDPA Networks for Video Streaming
System Capability of 3G WCDMA network for Video Streaming	
6.9 Multimedia Broadcast & Multicast Service (MBMS)
6.10 Mobile TV Services Based on CDMA Networks
6.10.1 1x EV-DO Architecture
6.10.2 Mobile TV services using 1xEV-DO technologies
6.10.3 CDMA 1xEV-DV Technology
6.10.4 CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Networks
6.11 Wi-Fi Mobile TV delivery Extensions
6.12 Broadcasting to 3GPP Networks
6.12.1 Apple QuickTime Broadcaster
6.13 A typical 3GPP Headend for Mobile TV
7. Chapter 7 Mobile TV Using DVB-H Technologies 
7.1 Introduction: Digital Video Broadcasting to handhelds
7.2 Why DVB-H?
7.3 How does DVB-H Work?
7.4 Technology of DVB-H
7.4.1 Principles of DVB-H System
7.4.2 Functional Elements of DVB-IP Datacast Model
7.4.3 Time Slicing
7.4.4 MPE-FEC (Multi-Protocol Encapsulation/Forward Error Correction) 
7.5 DVB-H IP Datacasting
7.6 Network Architecture
7.7 DVB-H Transmission
DVB-H Shared Network
DVB-H Dedicated Network
DVB-H Hierarchical Network
7.8 DVB-H Transmitter Networks
Single frequency and Multi-frequency networks (SFN and MFN)
7.9 Terminals and Handheld units
7.10 DVB-H Implementation profiles
DVB-H CBMS
DVB-H OMA BCAST
7.11 Open Air Interface
7.12 Electronic Service Guide (ESG) in DVB-H
7.13 DVB-H Pilot projects and Commercial launches
USA- Modeo Mobile TV Service
Europe: Netherlands, UK, Finland, France
7.14 Example of a DVB-H transmission system for Mobile TV
8. Chapter 8: Mobile TV Using DMB Technologies: (14 pages)
8.1 Introduction: DMB Services 
8.2 A Brief overview of DAB Services
8.3 How is DAB Structure Modified for DMB Services
8.4	 Satellite and Terrestrial DMB services
8.5 DMB Services in Korea
8.5.1 Terrestrial DMB Services
8.5.2 T-DMB Standards
8.5.3 Satellite DMB services
8.6 DMB transmission System Ground Segment
8.7 S-DMB System Specifications
8.8 DMB Trials and Service launches
9. Chapter 9 Mobile TV Interoperability 
9.1 Introduction: Interoperability a multidimensional issue
9.2 Organizations for advancement of Interoperability
3GPP and 3GPP2
International Multimedia Telecommunications Consortium (IMTC)
Open Mobile Alliance (OMA)
9.3 Network Interoperability and Roaming
3GPP Networks-FOMA
3GPP2 Networks
9.4 Roaming
3GPP Networks-FOMA
3GPP2 Networks
Roaming between 3GPP and 3GPP2 Networks
IP Networks 
Frequency Issues
Network Interoperability
9.5 Interoperability of Multimedia Services
MMS
3G-324M
Video Conferencing (H.323)
Packet switch streaming services (PSS)
SIP
Packet Switched Streaming Services- Mobile TV
Mobile TV using DVB-H, ISDB-T and Other Broadcast Technologies
Mobile TV Based on MBMS broadcast technology
9.6 Handsets features for roaming and Interoperable Networks.
9.7 Summary
10. Chapter 10 Spectrum for Mobile TV services (15 Pages)
10.1 Introduction
ITU-R Radio Communications
10.2 Which bands are most suitable for Mobile TV
10.3 Mobile TV Spectrum
Broadcast Terrestrial Spectrum
DVB-H spectrum
Spectrum for 3G Services
Spectrum for Mobile TV Services
10.4 Country Specific Allocations and Policies
UMTS Allocation Summary for Europe
Spectrum Allocations in USA
Korea
India	
10.5 Spectrum Allocation for Wireless Broadband Services	
10.6 Will Mobile TV be spectrum Constrained?
Part III Multimedia Handsets and Related technologies
11. Chapter 11 Chipsets for Mobile TV (12 Pages)
11.1 Introduction: Multimedia Mobile Phone functionalities
11.2 Functional Requirement of Mobile Chipsets
11.3 Chipsets and reference Designs
11.4 Chipsets for 3G Mobile Tv 
11.5 Chipsets for DVB-H Technologies
11.6 Eureka 147 DAB Chipset
11.7 Chipsets for DMB technologies
11.8 Industry Trends
11.9 Outlook for advanced chipsets
12. Chapter 12 Operating Systems and Software for Mobile TV (18 pages)
12.1 Introduction: Software Structure on Mobile Phones
12.2 Software organization on mobile phones
Operating System	
Middleware
Access Control
Application software
12.3 Why is Operating System important in Mobile Phones?
12.4 Common Operating systems for Mobile 
12.4.1 Symbian
12.4.2 Linux
12.4.4 Palm OS
12.4.5 Windows Mobile
12.4.6 Other Operating Systems
12.5 Middleware in Mobile Phones
12.5.1 How does Mobile Middleware provide revenue enhancement opportunities?
12.5.2 	Examples of Mobile Middleware Platforms
Cingular Video Platform
3D Graphics and Mobile Multimedia Middleware MascotCapsule¿ Engine
12.6 Applications software functionalities for mobile Multimedia
12.6.1 Macromedia Flash Lite
 12.6.2 Java for Mobile devices
12.7 Integrating Mobile Office with Multimedia and TV
13. Chapter 13 Handsets for Mobile TV and Multimedia (15 pages)
13.1 Introduction: Handset functionalities for a Multimedia & Mobile TV Phone
13.2 Handset features for Rich Multimedia experience
13.3 Features of Multimedia Phones
13.4 Mobile Phone Architecture
13.5 Handling Video, Audio and Rich Media: Media processors
13.6 Handsets and features for 3G Services
3GSM Networks
HSDPA networks
13.7 Handsets for DVB-H Services
13.8 DMB Multimedia Phones
13.9 Multi-network and Multi-standard Phones
13.10 Phones for WiMax Technologies
13.11 Hard disk Phones
13.12 Integrating Phone Features Wi-LAN, Bluetooth
13.13 Can the Handsets be upgraded with Technology?
13.14 Summary
Part IV: Content and Services on Mobile TV and Multimedia Networks
14. Chapter 14: Mobile TV Services Worldwide (20 Pages)
14.1 Introduction
14.2 Approach to Mobile TV Service Networks
Revenue Elements
SMS and MMS
FlashCasts
Mobile VoIP
Video Clips
Live TV
Video On demand
Video Calls
Games 
Audio Downloads
Podcasting
Presence
14.3 Content Models of Commercial Operators
Content Aggregation
Mobile Tv Specific Content
14.4 Operational Networks
Japan
UK
Germany
Italy
Netherlands
USA
Hong kong
China
15.Chapter 15 Content for Mobile TV Networks 
15.1 Introduction: The New Interactive Media Opportunity
15.2 Mobile TV Content
Live TV
Video On Demand
Video Push Tecnology
Adult Services
15.3 Interactive Services
Weather
News
Games
Online Lotteries
Gambling
Mobile Shopping
Music Downloads
15.4 Delivery Platforms
3G and streaming Platforms
Broadcast Platforms
15.5 Content formats for Mobile TV
Content Adaptation
15.6 Content Authoring Tools
15.7 Mobile Content in Broadcast environment
16. Interactivity and Mobile TV (10 Pages)
16.1 Introduction: Why Interactivity in Broadcast Mobile Tv?
16.2 Making Mobile TV Interactive
3G Networks
Broadcast Networks
16.3 Tools for Interactivity
Simulcasting
MMS
Voting
Teletext & Chat
16.4 Platforms for providing Interactive Mobile TV applications
16.5 Examples of Interactive End to End Applications and Networks
Norwegian Broadcasting Corp (NRK) Trial
16.4 Summary
17. Content Security for Mobile TV (12 Pages)
17.1 Introduction: Pay TV and Content Security
Subscription Services
Pay Per View (PPV)
Near Video On Demand (NVOD)
Impulse Pay Per View (IPPV)
17.2 Security in Mobile Broadcast Networks
17.2.1	Access Control and Content Security
Security and Roaming
17.2.2 Unicast and Multicast Networks
17.3 Conditional Aceess Systems for Mobile TV
17.4 Examples of Mobile CA systems
Irdeto Mobile
3-Italia-Nagra
17.5 Digital Rights Management (DRM) and OMA
17.5.1	DRM 1.0
17.5.2	DRM 2.0
17.5.3 Content Protection for Other multimedia systems
17.5.4 An Example of Mobile DRM
17.5.5 OMA BCAST Vs CA Systema
17.6	Content Security and Technology
17.6.1 	Security for DMB Networks
17.6.2 Content Security for DVB-H systems
17.7 Multimedia Applications and High Capacity SIMs
17.8 Examples of Mobile Broadcast Content Security
Korea DMB:Irdeto Mobile©
Nokia IPDC E-Commerce System©
BT Movio:Safenet(c)DRM
17.9 Models for Selection of Content Security
18. Mobile TV and Multimedia: The Future 
	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Digital television.
Mobile communication systems.