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IPTV

INTERNET PROTOCOL TELEVISION


UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF:
Dr .MADHU B K
Prof & HOD
Dept. of ISE , RRIT

BY: AKKI RAVI KUMAR .V


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CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION
WHY IPTV
IPTV IN INDIA
STRUCTURE OF IPTV
ARCHICTURE OF IPTV
HOW IPTV WORKS
TYPES OF SERVICES
IPTV SOFTWARE VENDERS
PROTOCOLS
APPLICATIONS
ADVANTAGES
DISADVANTAGES
FUTURE
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES

INTRODUCTION
Internet Protocol television (IPTV) is a system through which

television services are delivered using the Internet protocol suite


over a packet-switched network such as a LAN or the Internet,
instead of being delivered through traditional terrestrial, satellite
signal, and cable television formats. IPTV is defined as multimedia
services.
The services may be classified into three main groups:
Live television.
Time-shifted programming.
Video on demand(VOD).

WHY IPTV?
You can watch Internet TV on a computer screen, a television screen

through a set-top box or a mobile device like a cell phone.

Internet TV in simple terms is video and audio delivered over an Internet

connection .

It has Triple Play functionality.

IPTV IN INDIA
MTNL(Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd) Launches Indias

first IPTV in Delhi and Mumbai.


Bharti Airtel is the first private player to launch its IPTV

services.

Reliance IPTV has been launched very recently in Mumbai.

STRUCTURE OF IPTV

ARCHITECTURE OF IPTV

HOW IPTV WORKS?


IPTV converts a television signal into small packets of computer data

like any other form of online traffic such as email or a web page.
There are three main components of IPTV. First, the TV and content

head end, where the TV channels are received and encoded and also
other content like videos which are stored.
The second component is the delivery network, which is broadband

and landline network provided by a telecom operators such as MTNL.


The third component is the set top box, which is required at the

customer location. The packets are reassembled into programming


by software in the set-top box. This box is connected between the
operators broadband modem and customers TV.

TYPES OF SERVICE:
Free Based:(Displays Live TV channels)
These free IPTV channels require only an Internet connection and

an Internet enabled device such as a personal computer.


Major television broadcasters worldwide are transmitting signal

over the Internet. There are over 1,300 free IPTV channels
available.
Fee Based:(Displays Video on Demand )
Using set-top boxes with broadband Internet connections, video

can be streamed to households more efficiently than current


coaxial cable.

IPTV SOFTWARE VENDERS

ALCATEL

MICROSOFT

ORCA INTERACTIVE

SIEMENS

VIDEO FURNACE

PROTOCOLS
The basic protocols used in the IPTV forecasting are:
HTTP (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol)
RTSP (Real Time Streaming Protocol)
IGMP (IP Group Membership Protocol)

APPLICATIONS
Targeted advertising, such as banner advertising or sponsored advertising

for on-demand content


Electronic messaging and social networking
Integration with VoiceoverIP for TV display of call, information and call

routing, caller ID and blocking, call forwarding


Sharing of photos, movies, and interests
Personal TV channels
Weather forecast, sports, recipes, etc.
Blogging etc.

ADVANTAGES
Remainders can be set for selected programs.
Support maximum data speeds of 50 Mb/s to 100 Mb/s.
Make the TV viewing experience more interactive and personalized,

provides the functionality such as pause, slow-motion, rewind, store


etc.
Large memory is available as the recorded data can be stored on

servers provided by service providers.


Programs can be recorded and stored in STB for future watchable

purpose.
IPTV covers both live TV as well as VOD(Video on Demand)

DISADVANTAGES
It is sensitive to packet loss and delays if the streamed data

is unreliable.
If the IPTV connection is not fast enough, picture break-up or

loss may occur.


Because of its high latency Satellite Internet Access is not

ideal for IPTV.


A DSL internet connection is more suitable for IPTV.

FUTURE
Over the next few years, the leading service providers will continue to

focus on expanding their coverage areas, increasing deployments and


adding new customers and content to their offerings (especially more
high-definition content).
The Next generation network (NGN) is a telecommunications packet based

network that handles heavy traffic such as voice,data and multimedia.


There are a growing number of IPTV installations within schools,

universities, corporations and local institutions.


Acceptance of IPTV will also lead to a greater expansion of the digital

home market, to the use of social networking, and to the use of


videoconferencing.

CONCLUSION
HDTV requires MPEG-2 for compression and it requires too

much bandwidth and also lot of processing power and that


makes the set-top boxes very expensive.
A downside with IPTV is that many of todays broadband

accesses are to slow. IPTV is definitely a part of the future in


television, even though it only will be an option for those
with a high bandwidth broadband.

REFERENCES
Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPTV
http://scholar.fju.edu.tw/%E8%AA%B2%E7%A8%8B

%E5%A4%A7%E7%B6%B1/upload/042310/content/972/C0904-17221-.pdf
www.mocalliance.org/marketing/whitepapers/IPTV_White_Pa

per.pdf
www.sersc.org/journals/IJSEIA/vol8_no7_2014/17.pdf

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