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SMF (session management function)
AM (amplitude modulation)
ASK (amplitude shift keying)
SISO (single input single output)
AC3 (audio coding 3)
VVC (versatile video coding)
GbE (giga bit ethernet)
TOT (time offset table)
MIMO (multiple input multiple output)
DTT (digital terrestrial television)
MBMS (multicast broadcast media services)
UPS (uninterruptible power supply)
PTM (point to multipoint)
SA (stand alone)
HLS (http live streaming)
BW (bandwidth)
AC3+ (audio coding 3 plus)
MBSFN (multicast broadcast single frequency network)
SRT (secure reliable transfer)
3GPP (third generation partnership project)
AR (augmented reality)
MISO (multiple input single output)
MPEG (motion picture experts group)
ROM (receive only mode)
HFR (high frame rate)
BWF (broadcast waveform file)
5GC (5G core)
RTT (round time trip)
DVR (digital video recorder)
PTP (precision time protocol)
COFDM (coded ortogonal frequency division multiplexing)
PDSCH (physical downlink shared channel)
AAC (advanced audio coding)
SOAP (simple object access protocol)
SIMO (single input multiple output)
5GBC (5G broadcast)
FIFO (first input first output)
SDI (serial digital interface)
FDM (frequency division multiplexing)
W3 (world wide web)
NaaS (network as a service)
MAN (metropolitan area network)
PLMN (public land mobile network)
CCTV (closed circuit television)
FPGA (field programmable gate array)
GSM (global standard mobile)
DD (dolby digital)
TS (transport stream)
PAT (program association table)
PDH (plesiochronous digital hierarchy)
HDTV (high definition television)
NDI (network digital interface)
CPD (centre de processament de dades)
DASH (dynamic adaptive streaming over http)
5MBS (5G multicast broadcast services)
DVD (digital versatile disk)
IP (internet protocol)
AOM (alliance for open media)
UTRAN (UMTS terrestrial radio access network)
ACES (academy color encoding system)
BNO (broadcast network operator)
UHF (ultra high freciency)
DTS (decoding time stamp)
PoP (point of presence)
HEVC (high efficiency video coding)
RTP (real-time transport protocol)
NTSC (north american television standards committee)
PTP (point to point)
FeMBMS (Further evolved multicast broadcast media services)
eUTRAN (evolved UMTS terrestrial radio access network)
ARQ (automatic repeat request)
SNR (signal to noise ratio)
DD+ (dolby digital plus)
RAID (redundant array of independent disks)
ISP (internet service provider)
HDMI (high definition multimedia interface)
API (application program interface)
IT (information technology)
ADM (audio difinition model)
REST (representational state transfer)
HMD (head-mounted display)
SECAM (sequentiel couleur avec memoire)
FEC (forward error correction)
CODEC (coder decoder)
DVB (digital video broadcasting)
QoE (quality of experience)
GPS (global positioning system)
RAN (radio access network)
MER (modulation error rate)
VOD (video on demand)
VR (virtual reality)
PCF (policy and charging function)
DTH (direct to home)
TDM (time division multiplexing)
EIT (event information table)
SFP (small form-factor pluggable transceiver)
QAM (quadrature amplitude modulation)
AVC (advanced video coding)
XR (extended reality)
MIP (mega-frame initialization packet)
WCG (wide color gamut)
FTP (file transfer protocol)
HARQ (hybrid automatic repeat request)
NGA (next generation audio)
DLL (dynamic link library)
AUSF (authentication server function)
BPSK (binary phase shift keying)
DRM (digital rights management)
FWA (fixed wireless access)
PCM (pulse code modulation)
JSON (javascript object notation)
PSK (phase shift keying)
URLLC (ultra-reliable low latency communications)
3DoF (3 degrees of freedom)
RNTI (radio network temporary identifier)
HDCP (high-bandwidth digital content protection)
UPF (user plane function)
LTE (long term evolution)
SFN (single frequency network)
UMTS (universal mobile telecomunications system)
5GMS (5G media streaming)
SCP (service communication proxy)
PMT (program map table)
CDMA (code division multiple access)
MNO (mobile network operator)
HF (high frecuency)
VHF (very high freciency)
XML (extensible markup language)
WAN (wide area network)
AES (audio engineering society)
SDH (synchronous digital hierarchy)
RTC (real time clock)
NSA (non stand alone)
VGA (video graphics array)
NTP (network time protocol
RF (radio frequency)
SSD ( solid state drive)
TDT (time date table)
CATV (cable television)
HDR (high dynamic range)
UE (user equipment)
MXF (material exchange format)
SNMP (simple network management protocol)
DCT (discrete cosine transform)
CPU (central processing unit)
5GNR (5G new radio)
TCP (transmission control protocol)
6DoF (6 degrees of freedom)
MIB (management information base)
PM (phase modulation)
DAB (digital audio broadcasting)
PN (public network)
MP4 (MPEG-4 part 14 file format)
PID (program identifier)
UHD (ultra high definition)
ISDN (integrated services data network)
PAL (phase alternating line)
PDCCH (physical downlink control channel)
BER (bit error rate)
GPS (global positioning system)
IF (intermediate frequency)
CDN (content delivery network)
MR (mixed reality)
FVV (free viewpoint video)
FM (frequency modulation)
DTS (digital theatre system)
EIRP (equivalent isotropic radiated power)
WPS (wifi protected setup)
PFCP (packet forwarding control protocol)
NMOS (networked media open specification)
FOV (field of view)
eMBMS (evolved multicast broadcast media services)
NSSF (network slice selection function)
PCR (program clock reference)
ROM (read only memory)
VHS (video home system)
SMPTE (society of motion pictures and television engineers)
STB (set top box)
HTTP (hypertext transfer protocol)
RAM (random access memory)
FSK (frequency shift keying)
LIFO (last input first output)
NPN (non-public network)
DVI (digital visual interface)
NTN (non-terrestrial network)
AI (artificial intelligence)
CAT (conditional access table)
SDT (service description table)
SMTP (simple mail transfer protocol)
EBU (european broadcasting union)
IMF (id music file)
DFT (discrete fourier transform)
TV (television)
PTS (presentation time stamp)
UDP (user datagram protocol)
QPSK (quadrature phase shift keying)
DHCP (dynamic host configuration protocol)
V3C (visual volumetric vides-based coding)
MPLS (multi protocol label switching)
UDM (unified data repository)
VoIP (voice over IP)
EPC (evolved packet core)
DNS (domain name server)
BSF (binding support function)
AMF (access and mobility management function)
HTML (hypertext markup language)
MFN (multiple frequency network)
PCC (point cloud coding)
QoS (quality of service)
VBR (variable bit rate)
CBR (constant bit rate)
FTTH (fibre to the home)
RIST (reliable internet stream transport)
FFT (fast fourier transform)
NRF (NF repository function)
VPN (virtual private network)
GPU (graphics processing unit)