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[2, 2013] 

Journal of Electrical Engineering, Vol 64, 2 (2013) 112-117; DOI: 10.2478/jee-2013-0016


Lukáš Sendrei – Ján Valiska – Stanislav Marchevský

   One of the biggest challenges of communication networks is the video transmission in real time. It requires high demands on the available network capacity and transport mechanisms. Availability of smart mobile devices with batteries, which keep the terminal working for several hours, caused an increased interest in the research of the deployment of video transmission in wireless transmission systems. The presented paper deals with the transmission of video encoded with H.264/AVC (Advanced Video Coding) video coding standard through wireless local area network (WLAN) using the programming environment OPNET Modeller (OM). The test network studied in this work was prepared by combining real and simulated networks, which allows interesting possibilities when working with the OM tools. Such an approach to working with OM allows a detailed video streaming analysis, because the video output was noticeably not only in the form of statistics, but we can see the real impact of transmission failures. Using the OM simulation environment allows to design the transmission systems, which would be difficult to establish in laboratory conditions.

Keywords: H.264/AVC, OPNET modeller, system-in-the-loop, video transmission, wireless local area network


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