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TR 23.746 (SA2)
Study on System Architecture Enhancements to eMBMS for Television Video Service

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V14.0.0 (Wzip)    2016/09    38 p.

Rapporteur:  Mr. Griot, Miguel
See also:  TV-related TS/TR    

The present document studies enhancements to the 3GPP system and UE procedures that are meant to cover essential functionality to enable new TV services by a 3GPP network. The scope of the work has three main components:
  • A broadcast component where mechanisms to enable decoupling of content, MBMS service and MBMS transport, allowing the system to: offer eMBMS transport only, a shared eMBMS network between MNOs, broadcast only TV service to devices with no MNO subscription, will be studied.
  • A unicast component, in which MNO subscription for TV service is required, where mechanisms for broadcast/unicast fall-back support, consumption-based switching between unicast/broadcast, and system enhancements for providing guaranteed QoS across large geographical areas will be studied.
  • An MBMS user service exposure to 3rd party server, in which mechanisms in order to enable delivery of TV content based on the information provided by the 3rd party content/service providers, e.g. the expected broadcast area and time will be studied.


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1   Scope   Word-p. 6
2   References
3   Definitions and abbreviations   Word-p. 7
4   Key Issues
5   Void
6   Solutions   Word-p. 11
6.1   Solution 1: Shared eMBMS network
6.2   Solution #2: Broadcast Only service for UEs with no PLMN broadcast subscription   Word-p. 16
6.3   Solution #3: New standard reference point between BM-SC and Content Provider for TV service   Word-p. 19
6.4   Solution 4: Unicast delivery for TV Services   Word-p. 29
6.5   Solution 5: MBMS service exposure based on extended standard reference point between BM-SC and SCEF
7   Overall Evaluation
8   Conclusions   Word-p. 37
A   Change history   Word-p. 38      Up

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