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Radio Planning of Single-Frequency Networks for Broadcasting Digital TV in Mixed-Terrain Regions
This paper presents a design performed for the digital terrestrial tv network in Greece. Based on the initial assumptions provided by the overall Secretariat of Telecommunications, and therefore the practical needs of recent broadcasting networks, the authors analytically describe the look methodology followed for a successful service provision in demanding mixed-terrain country. The paper presents the calculation of the network coming up with values, as well as the step-by-step approach adopted for the radio coverage and therefore the synchronization studies of the planned single-frequency networks (SFNs). The proposed DVB-T network was primarily based on the system variant B3, and consisted of thirty five single-frequency networks with at least eight multiplexes in each single-frequency network. Despite the difficulties of the Greek terrain, the design proposed 191 stations, providing digital TV services to ninety five.9% of the population; with eighty four a lot of stations, the proportion climbed to ninety seven.3p.c.
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