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Prototype for Multimedia Content Delivery based on Non-Transmittable Codewords Enhanced Viterbi Algorithm
Thobius Joseph, Herbert Peter Wanga, Frank Samson, Shangweli Vyosena Kituma
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Thobius Joseph, Herbert Peter Wanga, Frank Samson, Shangweli Vyosena Kituma, “Prototype for Multimedia Content Delivery based on Non-Transmittable Codewords Enhanced Viterbi Algorithm”, International Journal of Engineering and Applied Computer Science, vol. 04, no. 04, pp. 41-46, May. 2022.
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Abstract
The paper provides a prototype for multimedia content delivery with reduced channel code rate from conventional Non-Transmittable Codewords Enhanced Viterbi Algorithm. The code rate reduction was simulated using VB.NET Viterbi simulator available at College of Informatics and Virtual Education-University of Dodoma. The study approximates Uplink and downlink speeds limits of the prototype using High Speed Packet Access Evolved technology by assuming all other parameters remain constant. The uplink and downlink of the prototype is clearly presented. The code rate of 1/3 was obtained by simulating different 8-bits patterns. This code rate of 1/3 enabled reduction of encoder output bits from 48-bits to 24-bits, therefore, few bits would be sent to the network and bandwidth conservation is attained. This makes the prototype to be the good choice for low network bandwidth channel. In addition, the reduced code rate will reduce the expenses of user internet bundles, because number of MBs to be charged will be smaller. This prototype for multimedia delivery over network has three benefits, high data transmission reliability due to adopted NTC Enhanced Viterbi, minimum network bandwidth utilization and satisfied uplink and downlink access speed.
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THOBIUS JOSEPH
Mr. Thobius Joseph is a Practitioner in Information Techonology and Telecom Research and Industries since 2013. He received his Bachelor of Science in Telecommunications Engineering from University of Dodoma in 2014 and Masters of Science in Telecommunication Enginnering from University of Dodoma in 2016.
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HERBERT PETER WANGA
Dr. Herbert Peter Wanga is currently a Lecturer in the University of Iringa (Formerly Tumaini University, Iringa College). He received his BSc in Agriculture General from Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA), BSc ICT from the Open University of Tanzania, Postgraduate Diploma in Scientific Computing from University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM, MSc in Information Technology and Management from Avinashilingam University in a Collaboration with Institute of Finance Management (IFM), and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Information and Communication Science and Engineering (Information Technology Systems Development and Management) from The Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST). His research areas include: Multimedia, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Computer Security.
hassan kazemian UK
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FRANK SAMSON
Mr. Frank Samson is a Tutorial Assistant in the University of Iringa. Currently he is pursuing his Master’s of Science in Embedded and Mobile System at The Nelson Mandela Insitution of Science and Technology. He received his Bachelor degree of Information Technology from University of Iringa.
hassan kazemian UK
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SHANGWELI KITUMA
Mr. Shangweli Kituma is a Tutorial Assistant in the University of Iringa. He received his Bachelor degree of Information Technology from University of Iringa.