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IEEE Vows to Tackle Mobile Video Quality

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Jan 11, 2012, 10:58 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

The IEEE today announced a new initiative intended to improve the quality of video that is streamed to and consumed on mobile devices via wireless networks. The IEEE P1907.1 Standard for Network-Adaptive Quality of Experience (QoE) Management Scheme for Real-Time Mobile Video Communications working group kicks off its first meeting in March of this year. The core focus of iEEE P1907.1 will be to standardize measurement and reporting of in-transit and received real-time video signal quality; real-time, device- and network-based feedback control mechanisms for better detection of and adaptability to network fluctuations, and; human visual perception-based metrics that take into account user device capabilities and other subjective factors. The end goal is to give network operators, application developers, and service/content providers the tools they need to optimize mobile video creation and delivery to mobile devices via any mobile browser, application, game, device, or service platform.




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