New MPEG Transport Standard for Next Generation Hybrid Broadcasting System With IP

@article{Lim2014NewMT,
  title={New MPEG Transport Standard for Next Generation Hybrid Broadcasting System With IP},
  author={Youngkwon Lim and Shuichi Aoki and Imed Bouazizi and Jaeyeon Song},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting},
  year={2014},
  volume={60},
  pages={160-169}
}
MPEG-2 transport system (TS) and ISO base media file format (ISOBFF) standards developed by MPEG have been widely used by various industries and applications including digital broadcasting systems. Recently MPEG has developed a new standard, MPEG Media Transport or MMT, for next generation broadcasting system considering the emerging convergence of digital broadcasting network and the Internet. MMT assumes HTML5 and Internet protocol (IP) as deployment environment and inherits major features of… 

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