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TR 26.848 (SA4)
Multimedia Broadcast/Multicast Service (MBMS) –
Enhanced MBMS operation

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V12.0.0 (Wzip)    2014/12    61 p.

Rapporteur:  Mr. Li, Zhiming
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The present document covers the MBMS enhancement aspects, including MBMS Over The Air (OTA) efficiency, MBMS for datacasting and real-time content, and generic signalling of DASH transport over broadcast, multicast and unicast.


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1   Scope   Word-p. 8
2   References
3   Abbreviations   Word-p. 9
4   Enhanced MBMS Operation
4.1   Introduction
4.2   Enhancement, Recommended Requirements and Working assumptions
4.2.1   Switch from HTTP-based unicast delivery method to MBMS download delivery method
4.2.2   Potential FLUTE Enhancements   Word-p. 14   Deployment Architecture considerations   High-Level Design Principles   Recommended Requirements & Evaluation Criteria   Gap Analysis & Evaluation   Word-p. 19   Type 1: Backward compatible towards Rel-11 and earlier UEs   Type 2: Backward compatible towards Rel-11 and earlier Networks   Word-p. 20      Up   Type 3: Backward compatible towards Rel-11 and earlier Networks and UEs   Type 4: UEs of Rel-11 and earlier releases ignore content delivered over Rel-12 FLUTE+   Considered Strictly backward-compatible extensions   ALC RFC differences and analysis   Word-p. 27   Assumptions   Word-p. 29   Solution      Up
4.2.3   Datacasting Services   Word-p. 30
4.2.4   File Repair without FDT   Word-p. 33
4.2.5   Zapping Portal Services   Word-p. 36
4.2.6   Joint object protection
4.2.7   Multiple FLUTE Sessions for an MBMS User Service
4.2.8   Targeted Ad Insertion
4.2.9   Generic Application Service Delivery over MBMS   Word-p. 54
4.2.10   Improve MBMS OTA efficiency
4.2.11   Multi-Program Support:   Word-p. 58
4.2.12   Robust DASH operation in live services   Word-p. 59
4.3   Related Change Requests   Word-p. 60
5   Conclusion
A   Change history   Word-p. 61

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