Sunday, November 14, 2004

RADCOM Introduces 3G Video Analyzer

RADCOM introduced a 3G Video Analyzer that can be used to evaluate the quality of the video service delivered by cellular phones operating on various interfaces. The 3G Video Analyzer provides an analysis of video service from the user plane to the core network and physical connection. The company said its product allows wireless device manufacturers and network operators to monitor and troubleshoot high-quality video sessions such as video teleconferencing, video streaming, video-on-demand and interactive video. Specifically, it isolates problems, such as long video setup duration, that cause poor quality video characterized by jerkiness, incorrect audio, blank picture transmission and poor lip synchronization. It functions on various connections such as UMTS and CDMA networks, analyzing video over IP using different IP multimedia signaling protocols. In addition, it synchronizes multiple video playback of MPEG4 and H.263 sessions of all video participants in a single view.


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