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    Title: 正向錯誤修正機制基於RS codes下之Block大小與封包大小最佳化之研究
    Other Titles: The optimal block size and block size of Forward Error Correction base on RS codes in each packet loss rate
    Authors: 莊凱博;Chuang, Kai-Po
    Contributors: 淡江大學電機工程學系碩士班
    李維聰
    Keywords: 正向錯誤修正機制;封包大小;H.264/ MPEG-4 AVC;Forward Error Correction;Packet size
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-04 10:02:22 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 隨著無線網路系統的快速發展,高頻寬的無線網路系統也隨之普及,相關的網路服務也快速發展。但無線網路系統本身容易受到環境與天候影響。當無線網路的傳輸通道受到外在的影響而造成訊號衰弱或干擾時,就會造成傳輸的封包遺失或錯誤。當影響過大時,對於偏重於即時性的相關網路服務造成相當大的影響,而其中又以影像串流服務影響最深。現有的影像串流編碼格式大多採用H.264/ MPEG-4 AVC,因為此編瑪格式除了本身的視訊編碼層外還額外加入了網路提取層,使得此編碼格式易於運用於各種傳輸環境。然而H.264/ MPEG-4 AVC影像編碼技術是藉由參考前後影像畫面,以提高影像的壓縮率與降低傳輸時所消耗的頻寬。因此當有一畫面遺失時,可能連帶接下來數個畫面解碼不完全或解碼失敗。
    當封包遺失或錯誤時,傳統的做法是將該封包重新傳送,但此方法對於即時性的網路服務卻不適用。重傳的資料到達時,或許已超過需要他的時間點。因此在許多的研究上,如何保護封包又能運用於即時性的網路服務是一致力解決的問題。其中又以正向錯誤修正機制最能針對即時性的網路服務做封包保護。正向錯誤修正機制的原理是將冗餘的資訊加在原始的封包資料之後。當有封包遺失或錯誤時,利用此冗餘的資料來對遺失的資料進行修復或隱藏。然而原始的正向錯誤修正機制,無法因應網路環境做自適應的調整,而造成無法達到其最好的成效。
    影像資料傳輸時,封包的大小不僅僅是影響到封包的數量與延遲時間,更會影響到影像的品質。在同樣的封包掉落率環境下,小封包傳輸的影像品質相較於大封包傳輸的影像品質會較差,因為小封包的傳輸勢必封包數量較多,有較高的機率影響到較多不同的畫面,而造成更多畫面無法解碼或解碼不完全。
    於本研究中,我們將對使用里德-所羅門碼的正向錯誤修正機制進行優化,使其能依照現有網路環境狀態,而提供較有效的block大小與封包大小。由於在正向錯誤修正機制保護下的封包,因加入了修復的機制,不像純粹影像傳輸封包越大影像品質越好,並且在不同的block大小下時,因資料量的不同也會造成最佳的封包大小不同。另一方面,為了將使用正向錯誤修正機制進行封包保護的影像串流服務能運用於更多不同的硬體設備上,額外考量盡可能的選擇較小的block大小,以降低對硬體的要求與負擔。
    As the Internet grows, Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) has become more and more popular after the upgrades of transmission rate and transmission volume, which is attracting more network researchers in the study of high-quality video transmission. Meanwhile, more Internet users choose to connect to Internet services with mobile devices, like Tablets PCs and Smartphones. Of the many Internet services, video streaming is a frequently used Internet service. The appearance of MPEG-4 has made video streaming transmission become easier, which is the first video streaming protocol that includes network abstraction layer in it. The transmission of live streaming video has become better thanks to MPEG-4’s good network adaptability and its great fault tolerance on packet loses. However, there are still many unsolved problems such as packet loss and burst packet error.Forward Error Correction (FEC) is a common technology to protect data loss by redundant packets. Today there are various kinds of FEC to explore how to adaptively adjust the redundant packet amount and make adequate redundant packet overcome source error and loss. Both block size and packet size would affect the screening rate of source error and loss. When block size is small then the screening rate, it would be better than the case that block size is large; The impact on the quality of video streaming is greater when smaller packets are used.
    In this paper, we study the packet loss impact on the transmission quality of MPEG transmission with FEC in wireless networks. We are not only to consider the impacts in distributed packet loss, but also to study the impact in burst packet loss, which would affect the video transmission quality. Finally, we propose a new scheme called “Dynamically Adjust Block Size and Block Size (DABSPS)”. DABSPS adjusted the transmission packet size according to the wireless network environment, which reduced the impact on video quality and FEC packet screening error rate.
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