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Switching Between Hybrid MIMO Structures for Video Transmission Based on Distortion Model

Switching Between Hybrid MIMO Structures for Video Transmission Based on Distortion Model

Switching Between Hybrid MIMO Structures for Video Transmission Based on Distortion Model
Switching Between Hybrid MIMO Structures for Video Transmission Based on Distortion Model

Martin Diomedes Bravo Obando, Walter Da Cruz Freitas J´unior and Francisco Rodrigo P. Cavalcanti

Federal University of Cear´a Department of Teleinformatic Engineering Fortaleza, Brazil

of Cear´a Department of Teleinformatic Engineering Fortaleza, Brazil GTEL (PPGETI) Wednesday 9 September 2010 1 /

Outline

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Introduction

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Motivation

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Objectives

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Problem

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Proposed solution

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Simulation Parameters

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Results

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Conclusions

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Introduction

Systems of services for next generation networks;

Wireless links are affected by propagation mechanisms;

The cooperation between the different layers that compose th e protocol stack; The application layer;

Distortion model.

The physical layer;

Hybrid MIMO structures(HMS).

Video quality assessment mechanims.

Hybrid MIMO structures(HMS). Video quality assessment mechanims. GTEL (PPGETI) Wednesday 9 September 2010 3 / 18
Hybrid MIMO structures(HMS). Video quality assessment mechanims. GTEL (PPGETI) Wednesday 9 September 2010 3 / 18
Hybrid MIMO structures(HMS). Video quality assessment mechanims. GTEL (PPGETI) Wednesday 9 September 2010 3 / 18
Motivation Video transmission over wireless communication systems an d their integration with the Internet.
Motivation
Video transmission over wireless communication systems an d their
integration with the Internet.
communication systems an d their integration with the Internet. GTEL (PPGETI) Wednesday 9 September 2010 4
communication systems an d their integration with the Internet. GTEL (PPGETI) Wednesday 9 September 2010 4

Motivation

The additive distortion model for media data units

Motivation The additive distortion model for media data units Group of Pictures example GTEL (PPGETI) Wednesday

Group of Pictures example

distortion model for media data units Group of Pictures example GTEL (PPGETI) Wednesday 9 September 2010
distortion model for media data units Group of Pictures example GTEL (PPGETI) Wednesday 9 September 2010

Motivation

Hybrid MIMO Structure:G2+1+1

Motivation Hybrid MIMO Structure:G2+1+1 Hybrid MIMO Structure: G2+G2 GTEL (PPGETI) Wednesday 9 September 2010 6 /

Hybrid MIMO Structure: G2+G2

Motivation Hybrid MIMO Structure:G2+1+1 Hybrid MIMO Structure: G2+G2 GTEL (PPGETI) Wednesday 9 September 2010 6 /

Motivation

Interference Cancellation Algorithm for the Hybrid MIMO Structures GTEL (PPGETI) Wednesday 9 September 2010 7
Interference Cancellation Algorithm for the Hybrid MIMO Structures
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Objectives

 
 

Improved the transmission of video streaming over wireless systems;   

 

Take advantage of multiplexing and diversity gains provided by hybrid MIMO structure;of video streaming over wireless systems;   Use of the Distortion model of video for switching

Use of the Distortion model of video for switching between HM S in the physical layer;and diversity gains provided by hybrid MIMO structure; Improved the objective and subjective video quality at

Improved the objective and subjective video quality at the end user.

 
 
 
the objective and subjective video quality at the end user.   GTEL (PPGETI) Wednesday 9 September

Problem

Problem
Problem min D t o t a l ( D c , p , nal ,

min D total (D c , p, nal , D i , HMS )

min D t o t a l ( D c , p , nal , D

Proposed solution

Proposed solution GTEL (PPGETI) Wednesday 9 September 2010 10 / 18

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Simulation Parameters

Channel model

   
 

4 transmit antennas (M t x ); M tx );

4 receive antennas (M r x ); M rx );

Wireless channel assumed rich scattering;antennas ( M t x ); 4 receive antennas ( M r x ); Flat fading;

Flat fading;( M r x ); Wireless channel assumed rich scattering; The channel quasi-static by block; H

The channel quasi-static by block; H and N are i.i.d (ZMCSCG). H and N are i.i.d (ZMCSCG).

 
 
 
Sampled received signal ρ Y = M tx HS + N.
Sampled received signal
ρ
Y
= M tx HS + N.

Simulation Parameters

Parameters
Parameters

Monte Carlos simulation;HMSs G2+G2 and G2+1+1; 8PSK modulation; SIC detector for HMS; C d e l a

HMSs G2+G2 and G2+1+1;Monte Carlos simulation; 8PSK modulation; SIC detector for HMS; C d e l a y per

8PSK modulation;Monte Carlos simulation; HMSs G2+G2 and G2+1+1; SIC detector for HMS; C d e l a

SIC detector for HMS;Carlos simulation; HMSs G2+G2 and G2+1+1; 8PSK modulation; C d e l a y per GoP

C d e l a y per GoP in the transmitter side of 0.9 and 1 delay per GoP in the transmitter side of 0.9 and 1 for HMSs;

H.264/AVC video coder;y per GoP in the transmitter side of 0.9 and 1 for HMSs; Video encoded bit

Video encoded bit rate of 128 kbps;side of 0.9 and 1 for HMSs; H.264/AVC video coder; GOP structure of 10 frames; Video

GOP structure of 10 frames;H.264/AVC video coder; Video encoded bit rate of 128 kbps; Video sequences of video: “Foreman” and

Video sequences of video: “Foreman” and “Carphone”;encoded bit rate of 128 kbps; GOP structure of 10 frames; QCIF format with 4 2

QCIF format with 4 2 0 sampling; Packet size of 500 bytes.encoded bit rate of 128 kbps; GOP structure of 10 frames; Video sequences of video: “Foreman”

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QCIF format with 4 2 0 sampling; Packet size of 500 bytes. e GTEL (PPGETI) Wednesday
QCIF format with 4 2 0 sampling; Packet size of 500 bytes. e GTEL (PPGETI) Wednesday

Results

BER Performance of hybrid MIMO structures

BER Performance of hybrid MIMO structures
Results BER Performance of hybrid MIMO structures GTEL (PPGETI) Wednesday 9 September 2010 13 / 18
Results BER Performance of hybrid MIMO structures GTEL (PPGETI) Wednesday 9 September 2010 13 / 18
Results BER Performance of hybrid MIMO structures GTEL (PPGETI) Wednesday 9 September 2010 13 / 18

Results

Objective video quality

Objective video quality
Results Objective video quality GTEL (PPGETI) Wednesday 9 September 2010 14 / 18

Results

Web page for assessment of video quality

Web page for assessment of video quality
Results Web page for assessment of video quality GTEL (PPGETI) Wednesday 9 September 2010 15 /

Results

Subjective performance with SNR=11 dB

Results Subjective performance with SNR=11 dB GTEL (PPGETI) Wednesday 9 September 2010 16 / 18
Results Subjective performance with SNR=11 dB GTEL (PPGETI) Wednesday 9 September 2010 16 / 18

Results

Examples of subjective quality of the frame 194 from the video sequences “Carphone” transmitted with
Examples of subjective quality of the frame 194 from the video
sequences “Carphone” transmitted with a SNR = 11dB
the video sequences “Carphone” transmitted with a SNR = 11dB GTEL (PPGETI) Wednesday 9 September 2010

Conclusions

 
 

Is proposed a switching scheme between hybrid MIMO (HMS) schemes based on a distortion model per Group of Pictures (GoP), which involves the use of application and the physical layers; 

The objective and subjective video quality is improved using the proposed algorithm;involves the use of application and the physical layers; The proposed algorithm is a feasible scheme

The proposed algorithm is a feasible scheme that can be adopted for video streaming transmission over wireless systems.application and the physical layers; The objective and subjective video quality is improved using the proposed

The proposed algorithm is a feasible scheme that can be adopted for video streaming transmission over
The proposed algorithm is a feasible scheme that can be adopted for video streaming transmission over
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