Guide to Defining Video Quality Requirements
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Transport refers to the effects of moving or copying from one location to another. Transport and Network are terms that go hand-in-hand, depending on the information technology (IT) engineer’s preference. We refer to it here as transport. The transport can be wired (including fiber optics) or wireless, or any combination of these. The distance of the transport can range from a few feet within a building, to the other side of the world, or into outer space. The transport is known to have unpredictable effects on the transmitting of the electrical signal between two or more electronics devices.
While much engineering work has been done on improving wired and wireless transport, the effect of transport on the electrical signal will continue to be an ongoing issue.
The physical mechanism for moving video from one location to another. Networks may be wired or wireless or a combination of both. Features: