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TS 26.234 (SA4)
PSS – Transparent end-to-end Packet-Switched Streaming Service –
Protocols and Codecs

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V15.1.0 (PDF)  2018/09  177 p.
V14.0.0  2017/03  175 p.
V13.2.1  2016/12  178 p.
V12.6.0  2016/06  181 p.
V11.4.0  2014/06  178 p.
V10.5.0  2013/06  173 p.
V9.10.0  2013/06  191 p.
V8.4.0  2009/10  159 p.
V7.9.0  2009/10  152 p.
V6.14.0  2009/03  134 p.
V5.7.0  2005/04  88 p.
V4.5.0  2003/01  41 p.

Rapporteur:  Mr. Gabin, Frederic

Streaming refers to the ability of an application to play synchronised media streams like audio and video streams in a continuous way while those streams are being transmitted to the client over a data network.
Applications, which can be built on top of streaming services, can be classified into on-demand and live information delivery applications. Examples of the first category are music and news-on-demand applications. Live delivery of radio and television programs are examples of the second category.
The 3GPP PSS provides a framework for Internet Protocol (IP) based streaming applications in 3G networks.
This TS specifies the protocols and codecs for the PSS within the 3GPP system. Protocols for control signalling, capability exchange, media transport, rate adaptation and protection are specified. Codecs for speech, natural and synthetic audio, video, still images, bitmap graphics, vector graphics, timed text and text are specified. This TS is applicable to IP-based packet-switched networks.

short Table of Contents for  TS 26.234  Word version:   15.1.0

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1  ScopeWord-p. 10
2  ReferencesWord-p. 10
3  Definitions and abbreviationsWord-p. 15
4  System descriptionWord-p. 17
5  ProtocolsWord-p. 19
6  Data transportWord-p. 66
7  CodecsWord-p. 71
8  Scene descriptionUpWord-p. 77
9  3GPP file format (interchange format for MMS)Word-p. 77
10  Adaptation of continuous media [R6]Word-p. 77
11  Quality of Experience [R6]Word-p. 81
12  Adaptive HTTP Streaming [R9]Word-p. 93
13  Networked bookmark service [R10]Word-p. 93
A  ProtocolsWord-p. 95
B  SMIL authoring guidelinesWord-p. 119
C (Normative)  MIME media typesWord-p. 120
D (Normative)  3GP files - codecs and identificationWord-p. 122
E (Normative)  RTP payload format and file storage format for AMR and AMR-WB audioWord-p. 123
F (Normative)  RDF schema for the PSS base vocabulary [R5]Word-p. 124
G (Normative)  Buffering of video [R5]Word-p. 136
H  Content creator guidelines for the synthetic audio medium type [R5]Word-p. 139
IVoid
J  Mapping of SDP parameters to UMTS QoS parameters [R5]Word-p. 141
K (Normative)  Void
L  SVG Tiny 1.2 content creation guidelines [R6]Word-p. 143
M  Examples for Fast Content Switching and Start-up [R7]Word-p. 148
N  Recommendations for NAT traversal [R8]Word-p. 156
O  Examples for PSS Timeshift [R8]UpWord-p. 156
P  QoE Reporting Management Object Device Description Framework [R9]Word-p. 158
QVoid
R (Normative)  Content Protection extensions [R9]Word-p. 164
S (Normative)  MIME Type Registrations [R9]Word-p. 167
T (Normative)  XML Schema for NetworkedBookmark [R10]Word-p. 168
U  IANA registration information for SDP attributes [R11]Word-p. 169
V  Change historyWord-p. 171

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