The authors present a method to integrate the uncompressed real time video data into high-speed multimedia LAN. They use a buffer insertion ring twisted-pair LAN to transfer the data. The video data will be transferred 30 frames/sec to get good video quality. A priority control scheme will make most of the real time data served first. It guarantees that the transmission delay falls into a tolerable range. A real-time input-buffer control scheme will always remove the oldest packet(s) instead of using input buffer limit (IBL) flow control. The authors also develop a user interface to make the system easier to operate. The system's complexity is hidden by the user interface.
Singapore ICCS/ISITA '92. 'Communications on the Move', pp.16~19(vol.1)