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©2006 Hitachi, Ltd., Research & Development Group. All rights reserved.
NRD 06-09251
2006/9/25 Release
Central
Research Laboratory
R&D Group
Confirmation of improved transmission quality in a new wireless communication technique
for simultaneous delivery of multiple HDTV images
The Central Research Laboratory of Hitachi, Ltd., has investigated a new wireless communication technique capable of high-speed
high-quality simultaneous transmission of large volume data such as multiple HDTV images, and verified its effectiveness using
simulation. The technique provides optimal control of transmission signals for the quality-of-service (QoS) requested by terminals
such as domestic televisions, enabling stable-quality high-speed wireless transmission. This technique will enable wireless
transmission and reception of large volumes of data, such as HDTV images from a HDD recorder or home server, to a TV monitor or
PC anywhere in the home, and is expected to become an elemental technique in next-generation wireless home networks.
Research results relating to this technology will be presented at the 2006 Society Conferences of the Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication
Engineers (IEICE) to be held at Kanazawa University in Ishikawa, Japan, from 19th - 22nd September 2006.
*Method of obtaining the maximum or minimum value of an objective function
within a range of constraints which is expressed as a linear inequality
Transmitter
Receiver
1
Receiver
2
Receiver
3
Requested
24Mbps
Requested
24Mbps
Requested
24Mbps
Propagation environment
Resource management method which optimizes channel capacity allocated to each terminal
• Channel capacity between terminal and access point
changes with propagation environment
• Channel capacity requested by terminal
changes with application
Optimize channel capacity allocated to each terminal using linear
programming*