Video over cellular

Video over cellular (VoC), also known as VoCIP, is a term used for processing streaming video such as surveillance, using high-resolution video cameras over 3G and 4G cellular networks. Creating a VoC transmission requires encoding and decoding of video packets of data. The method of transport over a cellular packet data network such as EvDO, HSPA, LTE or WiMax have been restricted to a standard five-gigabyte monthly limit of data from the carrier.


Video over cellular (VoC), also known as VoCIP, is a term used for processing streaming video such as surveillance, using high-resolution video cameras over 3G and 4G cellular networks. Creating a VoC transmission requires encoding and decoding of video packets of data. The method of transport over a cellular packet data network such as EvDO, HSPA, LTE or WiMax have been restricted to a standard five-gigabyte monthly limit of data from the carrier.
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