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Unlimited Mobile TV for the Mass Market

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Mobile TV has become extremely popular on cellular infrastructures in unicast mode, but unicast mode cannot be broadcast to multiple users at the same time. There is a two part solution to this problem: a broadcast aspect & a unicast aspect.

This paper details the technical intricacies of the different aspects of this solution, describing their:

  • Capabilities
  • Scope of application
  • Maturity
  • Regulatory situations
  • And more

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Authors

Alistair Urie Mobile Strategy Director, Alcatel Alistair Urie is currently Mobile Strategy Director for Alcatel in the corporate CTO office. He has previously worked in Alcatel on standardization management, mobile systems product strategy, and international research programs (RACE) for GSM and UMTS systems. Prior to joining Alcatel in 1991 he had been involved in both line and radio transmission system research at the Telecom Australia Research Laboratories and had also worked at the Department of Science, Antarctic Division, in Australia. Mr. Urie is Vice-Chairman of the ETSI Board and Chairman of the ETSI "Operational Coordination Group" (OCG).
Philip Kelley Secretary of the Advisory Board of ICIN, Alcatel Philip Kelley has over 20 years of experience in Telecommunications and Information Systems, including positions in marketing and business management within Alcatel, Thomson, McDonnell Douglas, and Alstom. He is a member of the board of the French “Forum de la Télévision Mobile”, and Secretary of the Advisory Board of ICIN (International Conference on Intelligence in service delivery Networks). Philip joined Alcatel in 1992. His previous responsibilities within Alcatel include the positions of Business Development Director for Intelligent Networks and Director of Marketing for Network Applications.
Christophe Nussli Alcatel Christophe Nussli. After receiving his Masters in Electrical Engineering in 1988 from the 'Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Ingénieurs Electriciens in Grenoble and a Ph.D degree in Solid State physics and micro-electronics, Christophe started his career in 1989 as a warfare system designer at Dassault Group. He joined the Alcatel group in 1992 as product development manager in the Alcatel Mobile Communications Division. He joined Alcatel’s Space Division 1996 as systems engineer for satellite mobile broadcast projects such as Worldspace and XM radio.
Philippe Lainé Network Strategy Manager, Network Strategy Group, Alcatel Philippe Lainé. Network Strategy Manager, Network Strategy Group. After his university studies in Electrical Engineering, Philippe started his career in 1985 as a software engineer, working on various projects in telecommunications and satellite image processing. In 1989, Philippe joined Alcatel, at first working on a cable TV project, then as project manager in charge of the development of network management systems. From 1995 to 2001, as marketing manager in the Mobile Networks Division, he handled the promotion of GSM, GPRS, and 3G mobile systems.
Vendor:
Alcatel
Posted:
16 Oct 2006
Published:
01 Feb 2006
Format:
PDF
Length:
10 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English

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