Scalable and robust JPEG 2000 images and video transmission system for multiple wireless receivers

@article{Mairal2010ScalableAR,
  title={Scalable and robust JPEG 2000 images and video transmission system for multiple wireless receivers},
  author={Cristina Mairal and Max Agueh},
  journal={2010 IEEE Latin-American Conference on Communications},
  year={2010},
  pages={1-6}
}
This paper proposes a scalable JPEG 2000 images and video transmission scheme for multiple receivers based on an adaptive bandwidth estimation tool. Channel resources are optimized in order to select suitable image layers and resolution for each wireless client. The effectiveness of the proposed system is demonstrated using different wireless transmission scenarios and its ability to transmit smooth and robust video sequences even when wireless networks experience harsh conditions is also… CONTINUE READING

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