Internet content delivery is based on the ubiquitous use of HTTP, which allows the same common server infrastructure to be used to deliver all web content over all networks to all end devices. This paper introduces several strategies that can be applied to broadcast delivery to overcome common problems seen with today’s current HTTP delivery method. By incorporating RaptorQ AL-FEC, using interleaved broadcast techniques, and practicing just-in-time data recovery, users can be ensured a quality viewing experience and good battery life with minimized CPU resources on their mobile devices.
July 18, 2013
Broadcast Delivery of Multimedia Content to Mobile Users