IEEE Organizations related to Internet Protocol Television (IPTV)

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Conferences related to Internet Protocol Television (IPTV)

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2014 IEEE Broadcast Symposium (BTS)

Presentations and tutorials on devices, equipment, techniques and systems relatedto broadcast technology, including the production, distribution, transmission, and propagation aspects


2013 IEEE International Symposium on Broadband Multimedia Systems and Broadcasting (BMSB)

The presentation and exchange of technical advances in the rapidly converging areas of multimedia broadcasting, telecommunications, consumer electronics, and networking technologies.


2011 International Broadcasting Convention - IBC 2011

Presentations and tutorials on devices, equipment, techniques and systems related to broadcast technology, including the production, distribution, transmission, and propagation aspects.



Periodicals related to Internet Protocol Television (IPTV)

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Broadcasting, IEEE Transactions on

Broadcast technology, including devices, equipment, techniques, and systems related to broadcast technology, including the production, distribution, transmission, and propagation aspects.


Internet Computing, IEEE

IEEE Internet Computing provides journal-quality evaluation and review of emerging and maturing Internet technologies and applications. The magazine targets the technical and scientific Internet user communities as well as designers and developers of Internet-based applications and enabling technologies. IC publishes refereed articles on the latest developments and key trends in Internet technologies and applications. A crossroads between academic researchers and ...



Most published Xplore authors for Internet Protocol Television (IPTV)

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Xplore Articles related to Internet Protocol Television (IPTV)

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Analysis and evaluation of Internet Protocol Television (IPTV)

The Third International Conference on e-Technologies and Networks for Development (ICeND2014), 2014

IP Protocol Television (IPTV) challenges the traditional television industry by opening the Internet to high quality real time television content delivery. This paper compares between two concepts; namely: IPTV and internet TV. Furthermore, analysis is conducted based on some practical tests' results implemented in the literature. This study evaluates the impact of the Quality of Service (QoS) parameters into IPTV ...


A Time-Topic Coupled LDA Model for IPTV User Behaviors

IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting, 2015

Internet protocol television (IPTV), the television services through the Internet, has recently gained increasing popularity. One key advantage of IPTV over the traditional terrestrial TV, satellite TV, and cable TV is that it makes the TV viewing experience more interactive and personalized. Many efforts have been made for delivering personalized IPTV services, of which understanding user preferences is the most ...


User centric content management system for open IPTV over SNS

Journal of Communications and Networks, 2015

Coupled schemes between service-oriented architecture (SOA) and Web 2.0 have recently been researched. Web-based content providers and telecommunications company (Telecom) based Internet protocol television (IPTV) providers have struggled against each other to accommodate more three-screen service subscribers. Since the advent of Web 2.0, more abundant reproduced content can be circulated. However, because according to increasing device's resolution and content formats ...


Internet Protocol Television (IPTV): Architecture, Trends, and Challenges

IEEE Systems Journal, 2011

Internet protocol television (IPTV), a technology that delivers video content over a network that uses the IP networking protocol, has been receiving a lot of attention over the last couple of years. The increasing interest in IPTV is being driven by remarkable advances in digital technologies and consumer electronic devices, broadband networking technologies, Web services, as well as more entertainment ...


Evaluate the performance of Internet Protocol Television

2011 International Conference on Electrical and Control Engineering, 2011

Television is now changing its traditional distribution forms to being distributed digitally over broadband networks. The recent development of broadband Internet connectivity has made the transition to Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) possible. When changing distribution technique of an existing service, it is important that the new technique does not make the service worse from the user's point of view. Although ...


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Educational Resources on Internet Protocol Television (IPTV)

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IEEE-USA E-Books

  • Analysis and evaluation of Internet Protocol Television (IPTV)

    IP Protocol Television (IPTV) challenges the traditional television industry by opening the Internet to high quality real time television content delivery. This paper compares between two concepts; namely: IPTV and internet TV. Furthermore, analysis is conducted based on some practical tests' results implemented in the literature. This study evaluates the impact of the Quality of Service (QoS) parameters into IPTV real-time stream environment.

  • A Time-Topic Coupled LDA Model for IPTV User Behaviors

    Internet protocol television (IPTV), the television services through the Internet, has recently gained increasing popularity. One key advantage of IPTV over the traditional terrestrial TV, satellite TV, and cable TV is that it makes the TV viewing experience more interactive and personalized. Many efforts have been made for delivering personalized IPTV services, of which understanding user preferences is the most critical. A key challenge in analyzing IPTV user behaviors is that multiple individuals may be associated with an IPTV account, thus making it difficult to identify individual users. We propose a novel time-topic coupled latent Dirichlet allocation (LDA) model, which considers the topic of TV programs viewed as well as the timestamps of the viewing behaviors, in order to capture the inherent viewing patterns of individual users along the topic as well as the time dimensions. Based on the coupled LDA model, we further summarize the behavior patterns of IPTV users. We perform an in-depth study on several intrinsic characteristics of IPTV user activities by analyzing the real-world data collected from an operational nation-wide IPTV system in China and show that the proposed coupled LDA model is able to capture interesting viewing patterns.

  • User centric content management system for open IPTV over SNS

    Coupled schemes between service-oriented architecture (SOA) and Web 2.0 have recently been researched. Web-based content providers and telecommunications company (Telecom) based Internet protocol television (IPTV) providers have struggled against each other to accommodate more three-screen service subscribers. Since the advent of Web 2.0, more abundant reproduced content can be circulated. However, because according to increasing device's resolution and content formats IPTV providers transcode content in advance, network bandwidth, storage and operation costs for content management systems (CMSs) are wasted. In this paper, we present a user centric CMS for open IPTV, which integrates SOA and Web 2.0. Considering content popularity based on a Zipf- like distribution to solve these problems, we analyze the performance between the user centric CMS and the conventional Web syndication system for normalized costs. Based on the user centric CMS, we implement a social Web TV with device-aware function, which can aggregate, transcode, and deploy content over social networking service independently.

  • Internet Protocol Television (IPTV): Architecture, Trends, and Challenges

    Internet protocol television (IPTV), a technology that delivers video content over a network that uses the IP networking protocol, has been receiving a lot of attention over the last couple of years. The increasing interest in IPTV is being driven by remarkable advances in digital technologies and consumer electronic devices, broadband networking technologies, Web services, as well as more entertainment demands (enabled by decreasing costs of hardware and software technologies) from both consumers and content providers. In this paper, we briefly discuss IPTV standardization initiatives and present the design of both next-generation network (NGN)-based and non-NGN-based architectures that have been recently proposed to enable the deployment of IPTV. In addition, we describe the challenges and solutions associated with mobile IPTV and peer-to-peer IPTV systems. We Anally present some IPTV trends and identify some of the IPTV challenges that must be addressed to enable the ubiquitous deployment and adoption of IPTV.

  • Evaluate the performance of Internet Protocol Television

    Television is now changing its traditional distribution forms to being distributed digitally over broadband networks. The recent development of broadband Internet connectivity has made the transition to Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) possible. When changing distribution technique of an existing service, it is important that the new technique does not make the service worse from the user's point of view. Although a broadband network offers high capacity and has excellent performance there will be occasional packet losses and delays which could negatively influence the user experience of the delivered broadband service. In this paper we studied and investigated the performance of IPTV in term of send and receive packet as well as delay factor.

  • Performance Evaluation for Secure Internet Group Management Protocol and Group Security Association Management Protocol

    Multicast distribution employs the model of many-to-many so that it is a more efficient way of data delivery compared to traditional one-to-one unicast distribution, which can benefit many applications such as media streaming. However, the lack of security features in its nature makes multicast technology much less popular in an open environment such as the Internet. Internet Service Providers (ISPs) take advantage of IP multicast technology's high efficiency of data delivery to provide Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) to their users. But without the full control on their networks, ISPs cannot collect revenue for the services they provide. Secure Internet Group Management Protocol (SIGMP), an extension of Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP), and Group Security Association Management Protocol (GSAM), have been proposed to enforce receiver access control at the network level of IP multicast. In this paper, we analyze operational details and issues of both SIGMP and GSAM. An examination of the performance of both protocols is also conducted.

  • A Study on Contents Lookup Protocol on P2P Multiple Overlay Network for Mobile IPTV Service

    IPTV services are rapidly growth because trends of TV(television) services are changed that provide interactive service. Therefore current customers who are provided IPTV services are growth. But current IPTV services are not provided various and special services than traditional TV services. Because that, it is provided based on wired network. So future IPTV will develop wireless-based services. However wireless environment can't estimate location of each node. Then it is difficult that search node and contents. At this point, we study contents lookup protocol for future mobile IPTV services based on P2P multiple overlay networks.

  • New authentication protocol for IP CAS of IPTV

    One of greatest achievement in television technology is Internet Protocol Television (IPTV). It is an emerging technology that defines mechanisms to deliver digital television over IP network. The security is the most important issue that IPTV service and content providers concern about it. Without it, not only paying subscribers can access content of IPTV but also illegal subscribers. Consequently, the revenues for IPTV industries will drop significantly. In this paper our discussion focused on a technique that used for service protection which is Internet protocol Conditional Access System (IP CAS). A discussion of how this technique is implemented. Moreover, we proposed new authentication protocol to improve security and reduce drawback of existing IP CAS. The main motivation to write this paper is to suggest a solution a weakness in IP CAS that its security relies in one key that is not changing for long period of time.

  • The development of IPTV implementation by TM UNifi

    Nowadays, IP technology is very familiar to be combined with two ways broadband network. Most of the providers around the world are making significant investments in order to achieve complete digital video data delivery to the subscribers. However, it is important to understand the basic network that being used in IPTV system. Network traffic also will be considered to this system. The main objective of this paper is to study the characteristics of Internet Protocol Television (IPTV). The study focuses on its architecture, basic operations and IPTV protocols itself. Wireshark simulation programme has been used as a network protocol analyzer to analyze capture file such as User Datagram Protocol (UDP), Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and others. The operation of this system is fully generated by Internet Protocol (IP) based on Access Network System. Thus, based on this information, only several parameters of Wireshark will be chosen since Wireshark has many types of netwok traffic measurement. Here in Malaysia, IPTV which has been provided by TM UniFi shows that this service gives good reception to the subscribers even in bad weather.

  • IGMP extentions for mobile multimedia services

    Mobile access networks are being developed to support various multimedia services such as IPTV (Internet protocol television), VoD (video on demand), and high speed Internet services. Especially, these networks are a point-to- multipoint method in which one MAG (mobile access gateway) and many MNs (mobile node) are connected. In other words, if a mobile multimedia viewer is joining a specific multicast group over mobile access networks, the others receive the multimedia program at the same time although they do not belong to the same multicast group. However, the traditional IGMP versions do not allow immediate multimedia program sharing as explained about. Also, in traditional IGMP versions, a viewer always needs to send IGMP join report. This paper proposes IGMP extensions which improves group join and leave process in mobile access networks for multimedia services.



Standards related to Internet Protocol Television (IPTV)

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