Opened 7 years ago

Closed 7 years ago

#882 closed (fixed)

Streaming between vehicle and infrastructure using Network Coding

Reported by: gerla@cs.ucla.edu Owned by: agosain@bbn.com
Priority: major Milestone:
Component: GPO Version: SPIRAL4
Keywords: GEC13 Cc: gerla@cs.ucla.edu
Dependencies:

Description

The demo will consist of a video stream from vehicle to infrastructure over wireless channel (WIMAX or WiFi). The quality of the channel is impaired by mobility and external interference. Network Coding can improve video quality by introducing redundancy when needed. This demo will show the effectiveness of Network Coding in such a disruptive environment.

Change History (6)

comment:1 in reply to:  description Changed 7 years ago by chenchienchia@ucla.edu

Cc: gerla@cs.ucla.edu added
Owner: changed from somebody to agosain@bbn.com

Replying to gerla@cs.ucla.edu:

The demo will consist of a video stream from vehicle to infrastructure over wireless channel (WIMAX or WiFi). The quality of the channel is impaired by mobility and external interference. Network Coding can improve video quality by introducing redundancy when needed. This demo will show the effectiveness of Network Coding in such a disruptive environment.

Here's an update followed the demo request format.

  1. Brief demo description

The demo will consist of a video stream from a vehicle to infrastructure over one or more wireless channels (WIMAX and/or WiFi). The quality of the channel is impaired by mobility and external interference. Network Coding can improve video quality by introducing redundancy when needed. This demo will show the effectiveness of Network Coding in such a disruptive environment.

  1. List of equipment that will need AC connections

Two labtops, one projector or one monitor

  1. Number of wired network connections

No

  1. Number of wireless network connections only

Two connections

  1. Number of static addresses needed (if any)

No

  1. Projector (y)

One projector

  1. Monitor

If projector is not available, one monitor would also work.

  1. Number of posters (poster boards are 20" x 30")

One poster

  1. Description of any special requests

None

comment:2 Changed 7 years ago by agosain@bbn.com

Status: newassigned

comment:3 Changed 7 years ago by agosain@bbn.com

Thank you for your demo request. We will update this ticket when the resources have been confirmed.

comment:4 Changed 7 years ago by agosain@bbn.com

(If you need to respond to something in this message, please update the ticket on the wiki, or send mail to agosain@bbn.com and I can update it for you. Replies to trac@geni.net will return an auto-response.)

We can now confirm that the resources you requested will be available for your demo on Wednesday evening.

comment:5 Changed 7 years ago by agosain@bbn.com

ERRATA

We can now confirm that the resources you requested will be available for your demo on 3/13 Tuesday evening.

comment:6 Changed 7 years ago by agosain@bbn.com

Resolution: fixed
Status: assignedclosed

Thanks again for participating in the GEC 13 evening demo session.

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