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Denny L Hylton, Steven Olsen, William Burton, Dave Lichtenwalner: Wireless video distribution. Bell Atlantic Network Services, McDermott Will & Emery, August 11, 1998: US05793413 (371 worldwide citation)

A system and method for providing interactive multimedia services to subscriber premises utilizing wireless distribution within the subscriber premise. The service is provided via a communications link delivering to the subscriber premises broad band digital information including video and audio fro ...


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Taku Matsuda, Yoshinori Watanabe, Tetsuya Wada, Yoshinori Gunji, Shinako Nishioka, Takumi Tanabe: Wireless video distribution system which avoids communication path congestion. Matsushita Electric Industrial, Wenderoth Lind & Ponack L, August 11, 1998: US05794116 (123 worldwide citation)

A wireless video terminal (17) creates a control signal for requesting video data. This control signal includes the type of the requested video data, a method of transmitting the video data, a position registration request and the like. The wireless video terminal (17) requests the video data by tra ...


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Yoshinori MUSHA, Kiyoshi IKEHARA: Wireless video distribution system, content bit rate control method, and computer readable recording medium having content bit rate control program stored therein. Hitachi Consumer Electronics, Antonelli Terry Stout & Kraus, December 30, 2010: US20100333148-A1

A buffer monitoring section of the display device monitors a usage status of a buffer for storing video data, and transmits this usage status information to the tuner device. A remaining buffer time estimation section estimates a remaining time of video data within the buffer based on the usage stat ...


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Kevin Ross: Wireless video distribution. Nxp, August 11, 2011: US20110197219-A1

Video data is communicated wirelessly. In accordance with various example embodiments, a wireless video communications system and approach involves communicating video from a server to clients over an ad-hoc wireless network that is implemented for relatively high bandwidth transmission (e.g., as ma ...


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Zehavi Ephi: Wireless video distribution. Mobilian Israel, Zehavi Ephi, sSANFORD T COLB PO Box 227376122 Rehovot, October 25, 2001: WO/2001/080547

A data distribution device (22) includes a high-speed radio-frequency (RF) wireless transmitter (50), operative to transmit digital data to one or more peripheral devices (24, 26) at a high data rate over a wireless local area network (20) in a broad band at a first frequency, and a low-speed RF wir ...


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Ross Kevin: Wireless video distribution. NXP, Williamson Paul, February 11, 2010: WO/2010/016007

Video data is communicated wirelessly. In accordance with various example embodiments, a wireless video communications system and approach involves communicating video from a server to clients over an ad-hoc wireless network that is implemented for relatively high bandwidth transmission (e.g., as ma ...


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Musha Yoshinori, Ikehara Kiyoshi: Wireless video distribution system and content bit rate control method. Hitachi Consumer Electronics, long chun, January 12, 2011: CN201010195125

A buffer monitoring section of the display device monitors a usage status of a buffer for storing video data, and transmits this usage status information to the tuner device. A remaining buffer time estimation section estimates a remaining time of video data within the buffer based on the usage stat ...


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Ross Kevin: Wireless video distribution. NXP, wang beibei, June 29, 2011: CN200980130609

Video data is communicated wirelessly. In accordance with various example embodiments, a wireless video communications system and approach involves communicating video from a server to clients over an ad-hoc wireless network that is implemented for relatively high bandwidth transmission (e.g., as ma ...