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Performance evaluation of IPTV traffic over pDSL
Author(s): Diego L. Cardoso; Marcelino S. da Silva; Marcos C. Seruffo; Lamartine V. de Souza; Carlos R. L. Francês; Jorge A. M. de Souza; João C. W. A Costa
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Paper Abstract

The increasing trend of triple play traffic transmission (voice, video and data) over internet is a worldwide phenomenon. However, to get a satisfactory communication, we need study the process on end-the-end way. Into regions with little infrastructure of telecommunications, one of the concerns is about used technologies of access. This work presents an analysis based on an IPTV (Television Internet Protocol) transmission generated on two combined technologies of access, PLC (PowerLine Communications) and ADSL2+ (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line), using a combination of electric network and telephony infrastructure, called of pDSL. This technology is a viable combination for regions with poor infrastructure of telecommunications. The results are evaluated with intention to present the viability of this kind of the telecommunication environment and with a simulation for extrapolation study.

Paper Details

Date Published: 10 September 2007
PDF: 10 pages
Proc. SPIE 6776, Broadband Access Communication Technologies II, 67760G (10 September 2007); doi: 10.1117/12.751924
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Diego L. Cardoso, Federal Univ. of Pará (Brazil)
Marcelino S. da Silva, Federal Univ. of Pará (Brazil)
Marcos C. Seruffo, Federal Univ. of Pará (Brazil)
Lamartine V. de Souza, Federal Univ. of Pará (Brazil)
Carlos R. L. Francês, Federal Univ. of Pará (Brazil)
Jorge A. M. de Souza, Federal Univ. of Pará (Brazil)
João C. W. A Costa, Federal Univ. of Pará (Brazil)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 6776:
Broadband Access Communication Technologies II
Raj Jain; Benjamin B. Dingel; Shozo Komaki; Shlomo Ovadia, Editor(s)

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