Abstract—MMS is a sophisticated multimedia messaging service which can be used to send all forms of multimedia messages. MMS can also be used to stream audio and video files in mobile environment. In this paper, we propose the architecture, algorithm and mobile streaming system application to support a mobile telemedicine system using MMS technology. Streaming technique is used to enhance the capacity of the system to send large-size audio and video files using MMS. With the developed system, the doctor can perform the diagnosis without the need for staying at the hospital. The experimental results demonstrate that the proposed system performs better compared to the conventional MMS for streaming audio and video files.
Index Terms—MMS; Streaming; Mobile telemedicine system; Multimedia message
A. Setyono is a Ph. D student by research of faculty of information technology at Multimedia University Malaysia. He is also as lecturer of faculty computer science at Dian Nurwantoro University Indonesia. He hasseven international conference and one international journal papers that havebeen published (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
A. Md. Jahangir is a lecturer of faculty of information technology at Multimedia University Malaysia. His research interests are human computer interaction, image processing, medical image technology, and 3Dreconstruction, face recognition and gait recognition (e-mail: email@example.com).
C. Eswaran is a professor of faculty of information technology and chairman of center for multimedia computing at Multimedia University Malaysia. For previous position, he was a professor of department of electrical engineering at Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: A. Setyono, A. Md. Jahangir, and C. Eswaran, "Development of Mobile Streaming Application using Multimedia Messaging Service Technology for Supporting Mobile Telemedicine System," International Journal of Information and Electronics Engineering vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 21-28, 2011.