Distributed video streaming using complete complementary sequences

Chadi Khirallah, Vladimir Stankovic, L. Stankovic, Yang Yang, Zixiang Xiong

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Abstract

In many distributed video streaming applications multiple terminals stream correlated video data to a central station to be processed. The fact that those terminals may be placed within a short range of each other in a time-varying
environment, results in a high level of interference, multipath fading and noise effects. One classical solution to reduce those effects is to employ the well-known spread spectrum technique; however, this leads to a substantial increase in the required bandwidth and usually makes the system not acceptable for real-time wireless video communications. In this paper we provide a novel spreading scheme that reduces the required bandwidth by exploiting correlation among different terminal observations of a video source without performance penalty. Results obtained show reduction in a terminal transmission rate of approximately 1 Mbit/sec per terminal for the same reconstructed video quality.
LanguageEnglish
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2007
EventPicture coding symposium - Lisbon, Portugal
Duration: 7 Nov 20079 Nov 2007

Conference

ConferencePicture coding symposium
CountryPortugal
CityLisbon
Period7/11/079/11/07

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Video streaming
Bandwidth
Multipath fading
Communication

Keywords

  • distributed
  • video streaming
  • complete complimentary sequences

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Khirallah, C., Stankovic, V., Stankovic, L., Yang, Y., & Xiong, Z. (2007). Distributed video streaming using complete complementary sequences. Paper presented at Picture coding symposium, Lisbon, Portugal.
Khirallah, Chadi ; Stankovic, Vladimir ; Stankovic, L. ; Yang, Yang ; Xiong, Zixiang. / Distributed video streaming using complete complementary sequences. Paper presented at Picture coding symposium, Lisbon, Portugal.4 p.
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2007. Paper presented at Picture coding symposium, Lisbon, Portugal.

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