video communication research papers 2015 IEEE PAPER

Performance Comparison of AOMDV and SMR Protocols for Scalable Video Communication in MANET
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Abstract: With the development of wireless network technology and multimedia technology, multimedia applications of MANET have gained more and more attention. How to ensure the QoS of video communication in multi-hop network is an urgent key problem. Multi-path

Error-Resilient Video Communication Using AVC Over Wireless Networks
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ABSTRACT In this work an effective video communication for the wireless transmission of medical ultrasound video using H. 264 has been described. The objective of the proposed project is to develop a unifying structure for the error-resilient communication of video over

Video: Lightweight Visible Light Communication for Indoor Positioning
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ABSTRACT Visible light positioning (VLP) is an emerging positioning technique that utilizes indoor light sources to broadcast archer locations through visible light communication (VLC). Benefited by the densely deployed light lamps, VLP holds the promise for more accurate

Rook: Using Video Games as a Low-Bandwidth Censorship Resistant CommunicationPlatform
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Abstract Censorship and surveillence is increasing in scale, sophistication, and prevalence across the globe. While most censorship circumvention systems are still focused on escaping a given censored region to access Internet content outside of its control, we

Uncoded Multiview Video Signal Transmission in Pre-ZF Equalization Aided MIMO WirelessCommunication System
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Abstract This research study has been made on the quality assessment of the multiview video signal transmitted in a correlated MIMO fading channel. In matlab based simulated system, pre-zero forcing channel Equalization/precoding, two-dimensional nonlinear

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1) Abstract Wireless Fidelity (WiFi) is a wireless local area network (WLAN) technology that allows multiple users to connect to a network through radio waves. WiFi was introduced as the 802.11 standard by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).

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