Introduction to ViLTE

This short course is designed to introduce the main concepts behind today’s ViLTE networks. ViLTE will be considered on an end to end basis, with focus on the architecture required, as well as key aspects such as service registration, call procedures and video media considerations.
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Introduction to ViLTE

Topic areas covered include:

  • Video over LTE Fundamentals:
    • Basic Architectural Requirements for ViLTE:
      • IR.94, IMS, PCC, LTE.
    • Data Rates.
    • Codecs:
      • AMR, AVC, EVS.
  • Registering for ViLTE Services.
  • Call Procedures:
    • Direct Launch.
  • Video Media Considerations:
    • RTP and RTCP Usage, Symmetrical RTP.
    • RTP Control Protocol.
    • Lip Synchronization.
    • RTCP Early Feedback Profile.

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