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  1. Emerging mobile device applications, like those supporting augmented reality, require high data rates, but the rapidly growing number of devices connecting to the internet complicates the network and increases backhaul infrastructure cost. Small cells (devices that connect to a network via DSL or cable) offer better reception and reduced transmit p...
    Published: 10/20/2016
  2. Backhaul access networks bridge telecommunications devices to core networks that provide internet, but have bottlenecking concerns due to insufficient bandwidth (rate of data transfer). Though networks that provide connectivity (i.e. Radio Access Networks, RANs) and core networks are able to handle large streaming capacities, backhaul networks requ...
    Published: 10/18/2016
  3. Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) transfers information across the World Wide Web by routing packets of data from the web’s most available servers to a client, whose browser then builds a webpage (or streams media) from those packets. MPEG’s Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP (DASH), Apple’s HTTP Live Streaming, Microsoft Smoot...
    Published: 9/18/2015
  4. Wireless communication happens through Wi-Fi and cellular channels. Technologies such as cell phones are increasingly using channels separately, but they have yet to converge. These devices both utilize radio frequency (RF) environments to transmit data, but struggle to alternate between different environments. The adaptation to different RF enviro...
    Published: 6/12/2015

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