Digital Terrestrial Broadcasting Systems



The success story of radio and television was originally based on terrestrial transmission. At a suitable location a transmitter was erected that would broadcast radio and TV signals using corresponding equipment and antennas. The listener or viewer was expected to make a certain reception effort. In the case of television, he or she was to erect an antenna on top of the roof of the house with a sufficiently high directivity. Most of the stationary receivers were fed by correspondingly adopted antenna systems.


Convolutional Code Guard Interval European Telecommunication Standard Institute Single Frequency Network Digital Multimedia Broadcasting 
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© Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2012

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.International Spectrum ManagementSüdwestrundfunkStuttgartGermany

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