What size pipe do I need to use the transport stream output on an AirBox or CIAB?

What size pipe do I need to use the transport stream output on an AirBox or CIAB?

For Standard definition MPEG 2, 3,75mbps and for HD high 15mbps including audio. But keep in mind that a transport stream by default has no mechanism to recover from packet loss. It needs a wrapper like RTMP, RTSP, SRT, MPEG dash

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