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Future TV Content Delivery Over Cellular Networks From Urban to Rural Environments
With the increasing number of TV channels and also the growing want for on-demand services, the traditional digital terrestrial television is turning into a less enticing method of distributing TV content. As an alternate, we discuss a converged platform in the UHF band for TV and mobile broadband provisioning based on LTE cellular technology and infrastructure, which is here referred to as CellTV. The need for CellTV is to provide seamless TV coverage from urban to rural environments and to attenuate the spectrum requirement thus that the leftover will be used for mobile services. We tend to formulate an optimal spectrum allocation problem for CellTV to distribute different TV channels with completely different transmission modes. Every TV channel is delivered via either unicast links or the printed over single-frequency networks of various modulation orders in line with the location-dependent viewing demand and the cellular infrastructure availability. Primarily based on a case study of the Greater Stockholm region, we have a tendency to establish that CellTV only needs a little portion of the UHF band to deliver the TV content in urban areas, so releasing a significant quantity of spectra for mobile broadband services. Meanwhile, the spectrum demand for CellTV is considerably higher in suburban and rural areas due to the transitions of transmission modes. We have a tendency to further generalize these findings to supply a guiding principle for CellTV deployment in mixed environments and to demonstrate the flexibleness advantage of CellTV in adapting to the growing diversity of TV content.
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