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A Paradigm for Wireless Digital Audio Home Entertainment
Despite recent advances in wireless networking technology, real-time streaming of CD-quality digital audio remains a challenging topic. In this work, a set of applications following the server-client model was developed, facilitating the transmission and playback of PCM-coded audio over wireless links. The implementation is based on typical Personal Computer (PC) platforms interconnected with off-the-shelf wireless networking hardware. Performance evaluation tests are presented under different networking parameters and link conditions, leading to an optimal set of parameters for high-quality wireless digital audio delivery.
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