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Delivery of ATSC 3.0 Services With MPEG Media Transport Standard Considering Redistribution in MPEG-2 TS Format
MPEG-2 transport stream (TS), standardized by the ISO/IEC as part of the well-known MPEG-2 standards family, is the most widely deployed normal for multimedia services in traditional broadcast industry, like ATSC and DVB-T. MPEG standards have been designed to specify essential features for multimedia broadcast applications, like the structure of multimedia content composed of multiple audio-visual streams and temporal relationships among those streams. One of the new MPEG standards that was recently developed and revealed, specifically MPEG media transport (MMT), has catered for the rising convergence of digital broadcasting and also the Internet. MMT inherits major advantageous options of MPEG-two TS and adds advanced and innovative options to support broadcast services in the new converged environment. IP-based mostly broadcast standards, e.g., ATSC three.0, has gained vital attention by the published industries as IP-based broadcast provides more flexible and enriched multimedia broadcast services to users. The ATSC 3.zero has adopted MMT as its one in all media delivery technology to strengthen hybrid delivery of multimedia services which could be consumed on multiple devices simultaneously. This paper discusses the use of MMT in ATSC 3.zero service delivery. Important options of MMT can be described along with their restrictions and extensions that are needed to enable economical delivery of ATSC 3.zero services.
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