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Error resilience

It is important to control errors in wireless video communications to receive images and video signals over wireless networks with fading or limited bandwidth. There are pre-processing and post-processing error control mechanisms, such as error resilience and error concealment, which were developed and included in the design of the basic communication structure. It made the data more stable to fading wireless channel errors in certain video transmission standards.

Most transmission live video errors are due to their high bandwidth requirement. Even if the bandwidth of the channel is higher than the required data transfer rate, channel errors can seriously reduce the system, so the data transfer rate must be carefully selected to match the channel with the maximum video quality.