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DVB-T2, the Second Generation Digital Terrestrial Video Broadcasting norm [DVB A122r1], [ETSI EN 302755] is a completely new DVB-T standard. Like its predecessor, the BBC was the driving force behind the development of DVB-T2. The purpose was to force the UK to implement HDTV coverage together with MPEG-4 source coding. DVB-T2 was initially intended to increase the net data rate by at least 30 to 50 percent relative to DVB-T(1). In fact, nowadays these original goals can be exceeded.
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