After attending this course, you will be able to:

  • Understand the basics of video
  • Understand the basics of IP networking technology
  • Differentiate between technologies such as streaming, download and play, and file transfer
  • Understand IPTV protocols and standards
  • Understand video transport over IP networks
  • Learn more about technologies like MPEG, multicasting, RTP/RTCP, and streaming
  • Identify the issues with IPTV implementation
  • Discover challenges with implementing some IP television features

Course Outline

What is IPTV

  • Overview of video transport
  • Video Basics
  • Video and audio compression
  • Audio and video formats, encoding, distributing, storing and rendering
  • Video transmission technologies
  • VOD, and DVR
  • Broadband
  • SATCOM
  • DSL
  • Cable/MSO
  • Wireless
  • Overview of TCP/IP
  • Real-time transport over IP
  • Video packet transport
  • IPv4 vs. IPv6
  • IP QoS
  • ATM, Frame Relay and ATM
  • MPLS and GMPLS
  • UDP, RTP, RTCP
  • RTSPCourse Contents –IP NETWORKING Basics
  • What is MPEG?
  • MPEG over IP
  • Video Streaming
  • Multicasting
  • Videoconferencing over IP
  • IP Security
  • Content Security
  • Transport Security
  • Video File Transfer
  • IP Operation Support System (OSS)
  • Network and Service Administration
  • IPTV (Internet Protocol Television ) business model
  • IPTV and Internet Television Service
  • Service mix
  • The CAPEX and OPEX
  • The network topology
  • IPTV & Triple Play
  • Delivering IPTV services over a telecom operator network
  • Access network aspects
  • The role of standards
  • Broadband Access Systems for IP Television
  • Use of IPTV and IP Telephony (Voice over IP, VoIP)
  • Premises Distribution
  • Channels, Control, Services
  • VideoOnDemand(VoD)
  • Digital Video Broadcast (DVB)
  • IP Television Channels
  • Analog Television Adapters (ATVA)
  • Personal Media Channels (PMC)
  • Television on Demand (ToD)
  • Digitization
  • Digital Media Compression
  • Video/Audio processing and routing
  • Downloading and Streaming
  • Switching (Connecting) Media Channels
  • Digital Video Recorder (DVR)
  • Digital Rights Management (DRM)
  • Transmission
  • Unicastand Multicast
  • Control of Service

Key IPTV Technologies and Standards

  • Next Generation Broadband Architecture
  • Access Technologies
  • Architectures
  • Codecs
  • Multicast
  • QoSand SLA Management
  • Network and Service Management
  • IPTV Home Applications and Services
  • Digital Broadcast TV
  • Video on Demand (VoD)
  • IPTV Home Distribution Scenarios
  • IPTV Standards and Protocols
  • IETF
  • RTP, RTCP and RTSP
  • Multicast-based services
  • IGMP
  • RFC3376 IGMPv3
  • Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
  • MGCP and MEGACO
  • RFC2250 -RTP Payload for MPEG1/2 streams
  • MPEG TS encapsulation (MP2T payload type)
  • MPEG ES encapsulation (MPV)
  • Encapsulation of MPEG2 TS on IP2
  • H.323Course
  • H.262/H.264
  • Motion Picture Experts Group (MPEG)
  • DVBH / IPDC (DVBHandheld& IPDatacast)
  • DVCIPI A086
  • DVBT
  • SVBH
  • TS 102/034
  • Transport of MPEG2 (COP3)
  • Uncompressed SMPTE 292M (HDTV) (COP4)
  • DVB services over IP networks
  • DVBIPI
  • Conditional Access System (CAS)
  • Middleware
  • Service Discovery (EPG) and Selection

IPTV Architecture

  • Architecture Layers
  • Application
  • Session
  • Network and Transport
  • Physical Link
  • Major functional components of the IPTV architecture
  • Content Sources
  • Service Nodes
  • Wide Area Distribution Networks
  • Customer Access Links
  • Customer Premises Equipment (CPE)
  • IPTV Client
  • Servers and Gateways
  • Content Providers
  • Service Providers
  • Delivery Network Video and Audio Compression
  • Protocols
  • Standards
  • IPTV Network Equipment
  • Media Players
  • IP Set Top Boxes (STP)
  • Media Routers
  • Media Servers
  • MPEG2TS Based Transport Layer

IPTV System Overview

  • Generic IPTV System Architecture
  • Service Management and Operations
  • VOD Source & Encoders
  • Broadcast Source & Encoders
  • WAN Distribution Networks
  • Core and Access Networks (eg. DSLAMs on COside)
  • Content
  • Service Nodes
  • Broadcast Server
  • VOD Server
  • Customer Access (egADSL2, ADSL2+, VDSL)

IPTV System Overview

  • Generic IPTV System Architecture
  • Service Management and Operations
  • VOD Source & Encoders
  • Broadcast Source & Encoders
  • WAN Distribution Networks
  • Core and Access Networks (eg. DSLAMs on COside)
  • Content
  • Service Nodes
  • Broadcast Server
  • VOD Server
  • Customer Access (egADSL2, ADSL2+, VDSL)

IPTV System Overview

  • Generic IPTV System Architecture
  • Service Management and Operations
  • VOD Source & Encoders
  • Broadcast Source & Encoders
  • WAN Distribution Networks
  • Core and Access Networks (eg. DSLAMs on COside)
  • Content

IPTV Implementation

  • IPTV Challenges
  • Content Distribution Rights
  • Data Transfer Rate Capability
  • Media Player Compatibility
  • Channel Changing Time
  • Network Capacity
  • Content Licensing
  • Regulations
  • Operations Support Systems
  • Television Quality, Security, and Reliability
  • Audio and Video Quality
  • QoSand SLA
  • Reliability
  • Access Device Reliability
  • Data Network Reliability
  • Data Connection Reliability
  • ITVSP Server Reliability
  • Feature Operation Reliability
  • Service integration
  • Access network aspects
  • Content ingest and distribution
  • High quality signal origination
  • Monitoring and Control
  • Standards, interoperability, end-to-end solutions

IPTV Development Case Studies and Vendors

  • IPTV Operators
  • GRIDTV
  • Lessons learnt from IPTV trial
  • System Availability Case Study
  • Soccer Broadcast Case Study
  • Cable Case Study
  • D21 initiative
  • Telco Case Study
  • TV over mobile network infrastructure
  • HDTV and the interactive future of television
  • IPTV hardware vendors
  • IP Set Top Box (IP STB)
  • Content Aggregators
  • Middleware Developers (Middleware)
  • IPTV Distribution Equipment (IPTV Dist Equip)
  • IPTV DSLAM
  • Video Distribution Server
  • IPTV Edge Router
  • Video Switches
  • Digital Rights Management (DRM)
  • Mobile Video
  • Media Gateways
  • Wireless Broadband
  • IPTV Headend
  • Media (TV) Gateways
  • IPTV Network Management
  • IPTV Billing Systems
  • Program Media Development
  • Premises Distribution
  • Digital Asset Management (DAM)
  • IPTV software vendors
  • IPTV quality monitoring, test and analysis equipment vendors
  • IPTV OSS and NMS vendors
  • Microsoft TV IPTV Edition
  • Service Nodes
  • Broadcast Server
  • VOD Server
  • Customer Access (egADSL2, ADSL2+, VDSL)

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