DVB T/H Seminaire Presented by

DVB T/H Seminaire Presented by
DVB T/H Seminaire
Presented by:
Erwàn LECOMTE
Analyse de Signaux RF.
Agenda
Introduction.
Historique.
Présentation générale des normes « Broadcast »
Définitions.
Concepts de l’OFDM.
DVB T / H.
Technologie.
Couche Physique.
La transmission MPEG.
Emetteur DVB.
Transmission hiérarchique.
Les challenges de mesures en DVB-T et H.
Solutions AGILENT
Démo.
Agenda
Introduction.
Historique.
Présentation générale des normes « Broadcast »
Définitions.
Concepts de l’OFDM.
DVB T / H.
Technologie.
Couche Physique.
La transmission MPEG.
Emetteur DVB.
Transmission hiérarchique.
Les challenges de mesures en DVB-T et H.
Solutions AGILENT
Démo.
Digital Video Description
• Digital video delivers services via two infrastructures
1. Wireless: digitized video via MPEG protocol + digital modulation for RF
transport
2. Wired: digitized video via MPEG protocol + internet transport
• Six primary delivery technologies
1. Cable TV: DVB-C, J.83 Annex A/B/C
2. Satellite: DVB-S, DVB-S2
3. Terrestrial Broadcast: DVB-T, ISDB-T, ATSC, DTMB
4. Mobile TV (digital TV broadcast directly to cell phone): DVB-H, MediaFLO,
T/S-DMB
5. Telco TV & IPTV (landline technologies): ADSL
• Various standards adopted by different countries/regions
Digital Video Standards by Regions
Mobile
Terrestrial
Satellite
Cable
Europe
Asia
DVB-H, DAB,
DVB-SH
DVB-T/T2
DVB-S/S2
DVB-C
China
T-MMB
(CMMB and DAB)
DTMB
DVB-S/
ABS-S
DVB-C
Korea
T/S-DMB
ATSC
Japan
ISDBT 1seg
ISDB-T
ISDB-S
J.83 Annex C
U.S.
MediaFLO
ATSC
Mixed (note)
J.83 Annex B
Tech
Regions
Channel coding
Mapping
Modulation
DVB-T/H
Europe
RS+convolutional coding QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM OFDM (5MHz, 6MHz,
7MHz, 8MHz)
ISDB-T 1Seg
Japan, Brazil
RS+convolutional coding DQPSK, QPSK,
16QPSK, 64QPSK
MediaFLO US
RS+Turbo coding
OFDM (430kHz)
QPSK, 16QPSK,
OFDM (6MHz)
64QPSK, layered
modulation
BPSK, QPSK, 16QPSK
OFDM (2/8 MHz)
CMMB
China
RS+LDPC
TMMB
China
RS+convolutional coding QPSK
OFDM (1.5MHz)
T-DMB
Korea
RS+convolutional coding D-QPSK
OFDM (1.5MHz)
S-DMB
Korea
RS+convolutional coding QPSK
DAB-IP
Europe
Convolutional coding
D-QPSK
A-VSB
US
RS+Trellis coding &
Turbo coding
8/16 Level mapper
CDM (25MHz)
OFDM (1.5MHz)
8/16-VSB
Layered Structure of Video System
Application:
Audio/video/Data
Transport Stream
Radio Layer
MPEG-2, MPEG-4, H.264, AVS, AAC, …
MPEG-2 TS
DVB-T/H/C/S, ATSC, ISDB-T, DTMB, J.83…
Service Access Points
Example: DVB-H protocol
stack implementation
DVB
signaling
AV
Streaming
File/Data
Download
UDP
Multicast
FLUTE
Transport Layer
RTP
ALC/LCT
UDP
Network Layer
IP
PSI/SI
MPE/MPE-FEC
Data Link Layer
MPEG-2 TS
Physical Layer
DVB-T/H radio layer
IP
Multicast
DVB-T
service
MPEG Definitions (Motion Picture Experts Group)
MPEG-1: Initial video and audio compression standard. Later used as the standard
for Video CD, and includes the popular Layer 3 (MP3) audio compression format.
MPEG-2: Transport, video and audio standards for broadcast-quality television. Used
for over-the-air digital television ATSC, DVB and ISDB, digital satellite TV services
like Dish Network, digital cable television signals, SVCD, and with slight modifications,
as the .VOB (Video OBject) files that carry the images on DVDs.
MPEG-3: Originally designed for HDTV, but abandoned when it was realized that
MPEG-2 (with extensions) was sufficient for HDTV. (not to be confused with MP3,
which is MPEG-1 Layer 3.)
MPEG-4: Expands MPEG-1 to support video/audio "objects", 3D content, low bitrate
encoding and support for Digital Rights Management. Several new (newer than
MPEG-2 Video) higher efficiency video standards are included (an alternative to
MPEG-2 Video), notably:
• MPEG-4 Part 2 (or Advanced Simple Profile for motion compensation) and
• MPEG-4 Part 10 (or Advanced Video Coding or H.264). MPEG-4 Part 10 may be
used on HD DVD and Blu-ray discs, along with VC-1 and MPEG-2.
MPEG-7: Standard for the content description of multimedia signals. “Bits that
describe the other bits”. Will be used with other above MPEG standards. EG: for use
in a digital library.
MPEG2
Used in DVB-C, DVB-S and DVB-T/H
Compression of Standard Definition TV from 270Mbit/s to less than
5Mbit/s
High Definition TV in MPEG2 is less than 15Mbits/s
Sound is from 200 to 400kbit/s
MPEG2 services are encoded and multiplexed to be the MPEG2
transport stream
DVB-T/H – Brief History & Status
• DVB started in 1993
– European Broadcasting Union (EBU)
– European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI)
• DVB-T: Terrestrial
– Most advanced and flexible digital
terrestrial transmission system available
today
– COFDM where each sub-carrier may have
QPSK or QAM modulation
– Used in Europe and Asia for broadcasting
MPEG-2 coded TV signals
– Not used in US, Japan, & Korea (they
have unique standards)
• DVB-H: Handheld
– Based on DVB-T (backwards compatible)
– New features to support handheld and
mobile TV reception
• Battery saving
• Mobility with high data rates
• Impulse noise tolerance
• Increased general robustness
• Support for seamless handover
Agenda
Introduction.
Historique.
Présentation générale des normes « Broadcast »
Définitions.
Concepts de l’OFDM.
DVB T / H.
Technologie.
Couche Physique.
La transmission MPEG.
Emetteur DVB.
Transmission hiérarchique.
Les challenges de mesures en DVB-T et H.
Solutions AGILENT
Démo.
From Single Carrier Modulation (SCM) to
Frequency Division Multiplexing (FDM)
A single high-rate information stream modulated on a single
carrier is too sensitive to multipath,
IDEA: divide it in multiple lower-rate information streams!
R/N
R
Serial
R/N
To
Parallel
R/N
Coder
(QAM)
f0
Coder
(QAM)
X
Coder
(QAM)
X
f1
X
f2
Σ
X
fRF
OFDM: Orthogonal Carriers
•Closely spaced carriers overlap
•Nulls in each carrier’s spectrum land at
the center of all other carriers for Zero
Inter-Carrier Interference
Digital Video Broadcasting seminar
Agilent Technologies
30 September 2008
OFDM – Basic Concepts
bits
map onto constellation
load complex values
into frequency bins
1011
.29 + j.85
carrier number: -26 -25 -24 .. .. -3 -2 -1 0 +1 +2 +3 .. .. +2 +2 +2
4 5 6
do inverse FFT to
create time waveform
transmit as 1 symbol
repeat
Dealing With Multipath
Receiver
Transmitter
Delay Spread
Tu
A Guard Interval is inserted before
Transmission
Tg=0.8usec
Tu=3.2usc
Tg=Tu/4
The guard interval is often referred to as
a “cyclic extension” .
Dealing With Multipath
Two Paths/Transmitters
Region where
Symbol Interferes
Only With Itself
Region of
ISI
Tu
Tg
Comparing COFDM Systems
DVB-T
DAB
802.11A
BW
Carriers
8 MHz
1705
6817
18 MHz
48
4 (sync)
Carrier Spacing
4.464 kHz
1.116 kHz
Pilot/Sync Mod.
BPSK
1.5 MHz
1536
384
192
768
1 kHz
4 kHz
8 kHz
2 kHz
QPSK
Data Modulation
QPSK
16 QAM
64 QAM
DQPSK
BPSK,
QPSK
16 QAM
64 QAM
312.5 kHz
BPSK
Comparing COFDM Systems
DVB-T
56 usec (2k)
Max Guard
224 usec (8k)
Interval
(max delay spread)
DAB
802.11A
0.8 usec
Equalizer
Yes
246 usec
62 usec
31 usec
123 usec
No
Pulse Shape
Rect
Rect
Raised Cosine
Pilot/Sync
Continuous
and Scattered
Pilots
Yes
Null and
Phase Ref.
symbols
Yes, but not
used
Short and Long
Training
Symbols
Yes, but not
used
Carrier at TX
frequency
Yes
Agenda
Introduction.
Historique.
Présentation générale des normes « Broadcast »
Définitions.
Concepts de l’OFDM.
DVB T / H.
Technologie.
Couche Physique.
La transmission MPEG.
Emetteur DVB.
Transmission hiérarchique.
Les challenges de mesures en DVB-T et H.
Solutions AGILENT
Démo.
DVB-T – Key Technologies
– Hierarchical coding
• Outer code (Reed-Solomon)
• Inner code (convolutional)
• Interleaving
– Outer Byte-wise
– Inner bit-wise and symbol interleaving
– OFDM Modulation
• 2K mode – doppler tolerant for short distances
• 8K mode – longer symbols to minimize ISI over long distances
• Mapping: QPSK, QAM: 16, 64
– Frame Structure
• scattered pilot cells
• continual pilot carriers and TPS (Transmission Parameters Signaling)
– Hierarchical transmission
• HP/LP bit stream, α = 2, 4
DVB-H – Key Technologies
•
•
•
•
•
•
Time-slicing for power saving in the Rx
MPE-FEC for additional robustness and mobility
4k mode for mobility and network design flexibility
In-depth inner interleaving
Additional minor changes, e.g. signaling
Supports DVB-T frequencies
• 6, 7 or 8 MHz BW
• Also a new 5 MHz channel (L band, USA)
DVB-H Services
A
Instantaneous
Bit Rate
Service A On time
Delta-t
Service A Off time
B
C
Burst Bit-Rate
15Mbps
Average Stream bit rate
570kbps
D
E
Time
Digital Video Broadcasting seminar
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DVB-H and Time-Slicing in MPEG-2 Transport Streams.
DVB-H Services
A
Instantaneous
Bit Rate
Service A On time
B
C
D
E
Burst Bit-Rate
15Mbps
Delta-t
Service A Off time
Average Stream bit rate
570kbps
Time
Time slicing is applied to the MPEG-2 stream to reduce the on time for mobile receivers. If a stream contains 10 services
and the user is watching one channel, then the Rx power saving is 90% over DVB-T.
IP encapsulated services are transmitted as data bursts in time slots. Each burst may contain up to 2 Mbps of data
(including parity bits). There are 64 parity bits for each 191 data bits, protected by further RS codes in a method
called “Multiprotocol Encapsulation Forward Error Correction” or MPE-FEC. We report MPE-FER, or forward error rate.
Each burst carries “Delta-t” information, telling the receiver when to expect the next burst for the service. Timing jitter is
measured by DVB-H test equipment to report differences between expected arrival time and real arrival time of bursts.
Missing bursts result in poor service quality at the user equipment.
DVB T/H physical layer
Up to 8 MHz bandwidth
COFDM
DVB-T uses 2K, 8K carriers (2K mainly in UK, 8K rest of Europe)
DVB-H uses also 4K carriers
Supported the following modulation scheme:
QPSK
16 QAM
64 QAM
Up to 8MHz BW
TPS
OFDM Frame Structure
• Each frame consists of 68 OFDM symbols
• Four frames constitute one super-frame
• Each symbol is composed of two parts: useful part and
guard interval(1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32). Guard interval avoids
ISI between symbols. The choice of the guard interval
depends on the maximum transmission distance.
DVB-T Carrier Types
• Continual Pilots: BPSK, a given carrier always transmits the
same symbol
• Data Carriers: 1512 (2k) or 6048 (8k) carriers modulated in
QPSK, 16QAM or 64QAM
• Scattered Pilots: Scattered pilots are BPSK
• TPS: Transmit system information on BPSK carriers, lower
power than pilots
TPS(Transmission Parameter Signaling)
• Each TPS block contains 68 bits
•
•
•
•
1 initialization bit;
16 synchronization bits
37 information bits(channel coding, modulation, guard interval…)
12 redundancy bits for error protection
• Modulation: DBPSK
• Transmitted over 68 consecutive OFDM symbols (a
frame), every TPS carrier in the same symbol conveys the
same differentially encoded information bit.
DVB-T Carrier Assignments
Continuous or Scattered Pilot
TPS Symbols BPSK
Data Symbols
e.g. 64 QAM
Carrier #
0
1
2 3
4
5 6
7
8
9 ….
DVB-T: Spectrogram of Scattered
and Continuous Pilots Only
Tu + Tg
DVB-T useful bit rate
• Ranges from 3.73Mbit/s to 31.67Mbit/s according to the following
parameters:
•
•
•
•
The bandwidth: 6, 7 or 8MHz
The modulation: QPSK, 16QAM or 64QAM
The code rate: ½, 2/3, ¾, 5/6 or 7/8
The guard interval: ¼, 1/8, 1/16 or 1/32
• The implemented DVB-T networks have often a useful bitrate of
22Mbit/s (up to 6 TV channels on one frequency channel).
• The bitrate in Germany is around 15Mbit/s due to a 16QAM
modulation and a more robust transmission.
DVB-H
DVB-H data stream path
IP
data
•
MPE
MPE FEC
8k
TS
multiplexer
2k
Time slicing
4k
DVB-H TPS
MPEG source coding
Modulator
TS
TS
RF
DVB-H designed to address issues for Handheld reception
• Power consumption (battery life)
• Mobility with high data rates, single antenna reception, SFN
• Impulse noise tolerance
• Increased general signal robustness
• Support for seamless handover
•
DVB-H same as DVB-T with the addition of:
• Time-slicing for power saving
•In-depth inner interleaving
• 4k mode for mobility and network
design flexibility
•MPE-FEC for additional robustness
and mobility
New to DVB-H
DVB-T and DVB-H
DVB-H
•
DVB-H is introduced to broadcast common information on mobile phones
•
Associated with 2.5G or 3G, DVB-H enables to relieve the cellular
network from the load of common services
•
DVB-H technology will be part of cellular mobile phones. The market is
different from the TV decoder market
DVB-T/H - Block Diagram
Transmitter
MPEG-2
TS MUX
Adaption.
&
MPEG-2
Energy
TS
Dispersal
I
Outer
(ReedSolomon)
Encoder
Outer
Interleaver
Inner
(Viterbi)
Convolution
Encoder
IF
Baseband
Shaping
Modulator
Up
Convert
RF
Q
Transmission Medium
(terrestrial, portable, mobile)
I
RF
Tuner
IF
Channel
Equalizer
Demod
Q
Receiver
Inner
Viterbi
Decoder
Outer
DeInterleaver
Outer
(ReedSolomon
Decoder)
DeScramble
Hierarchical Modulation
Two separate data stream are modulated onto a single DVB-T stream
“High priority” stream (HP)
“Low priority” stream (LP)
Receiver with good reception condition can receive both HP and LP stream
Typically LP is of higher bitrate (e.g. used for HD)
Hierarchical modulation
Bits “11” are sued to code
the HP service
Two most significant bits (MSB) would be used for robust mobile service while the remaining six
bits would contain, for example, a HDTV service. The first two MSBs correspond to a QPSK
service embedded in the 64QAM one.
DVB-T Transmitter
MPEG2 source coding
MUX
adaptation
& Energy
dispersal
MUX
adaptation
& Energy
dispersal
Outer
coder
Outer
interleaver
Outer
coder
Outer
interleaver
OFDM, guard interval
I
IFFT
Q
I/Q
Modulator
Hierarchical channel coding:
Simulcast 2 MPEG transport
streams with one signal
Inner
Coder
Inner
Coder
Inner
Interleaver
Mapper
Q
Front End
D/A
Up
Converter
Frame
adaptation
I
Power
Amplifier
Agenda
Introduction.
Historique.
Présentation générale des normes « Broadcast »
Définitions.
Concepts de l’OFDM.
DVB T / H.
Technologie.
Couche Physique.
La transmission MPEG.
Emetteur DVB.
Transmission hiérarchique.
Les challenges de mesures en DVB-T et H.
Solutions AGILENT
Démo.
Digital Video Typical Transmission System
RF Analysis
Modulation Analysis
MPEG Analysis
Video Analysis
Video Dispay
MPEG Stream
Demodulation
RF Signa lDownc
Transmission Channel
Receiver
RF Signal Gen
Modulation I/Q
MPEG Encoding
Analog Video
Transmitter
RF Gen.
I/Q Modulation
MPEG Streaming
Video Sig Gen
Equipements utilisés pour ce Séminiare.
MXA
MXG
X-application: N6153A
Signal Studio: N7623B
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Cellular Communications
•
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HSUPA/HSDPA
•
3GPP2 cdma2000/1xEV-DO
•
GSM/EDGE
•
TD-SCDMA LCR
Digital Video Broadcasting
•
DVB T/H/S/S2/C
•
ISDB-T
•
DTMB
Wireless Connectivity
•
802.16 OFDMA (Mobile WiMAX)
•
802.16-2004 (Fixed WiMAX)
•
802.11a/b/g/j/n/p WLAN
Measurement Summary for N6153A
1.
Power measurements:
•
Channel Power (Shoulder Attenuation,
Spectrum Mask with adjacent analog TV)
•
Spectrum Emission Mask
•
ACP, CCDF, Spurious Emissions
•
Monitoring Spectrum, I/Q Waveform
2.
1
Modulation accuracy measurements:
•
Constellation
•
TPS decoding
•
MER/EVM
•
Frequency Error, Mag Error, Phase Error
•
Quadrature Error, Amplitude Imbalance, Carrier
Suppression, Phase Jitter
•
Pre-Viterbi/Pre-RS/Post-RS BER
•
Channel Frequency Response
•
Channel Impulse Response
2
3
DVB-T/H Applications and Examples
1. Channel Power
– Channel Power can measure and report the integrated power in a defined
bandwidth and power spectral density (PSD) displayed in dBm/Hz or dBm/MHz
– Channel Frequency can be configured either by Center Frequency or by Channel
Table and Channel Number
– Channel Bandwidth can be chosen from 5/6/7/8 MHz
DVB-T/H Applications and Examples
2. Channel Power - Shoulder Attenuation and Spectrum Mask
– Channel Power has two other View/Display: Should Attenuation and Spectrum Mask
– Shoulder Attenuation is measured to check the linearity of an OFDM signal w/o
reference to spectrum mask which is a defined in DVB-T/H test specification
– Spectrum Mask View is to check the spectrum emission mask in the case of Analog
TV signal in adjacent channel
DVB-T/H Applications and Examples
3. SEM – Spectrum Emission Mask
– SEM is a key measurement linking amplifier linearity and other performance
characteristics
–Limit Type supports Manual, Non-Critical and Critical (The last two type are defined
in DVB-T/H standard.)
– PASS/FAIL indicator is convenient for R&D, Mfg and Performance Test customers
1
2
DVB-T/H Applications and Examples
4. ACP – Adjacent channel power
• Adjacent channels could be analog TV channel or digital channels (like DVB-T/H
channel with adj DVB-T channels)
•Examples with one DVB-T channel with two PAL adj channels:
DVB-T/H Applications and Examples
6. Modulation Analysis
• Modulation Analysis measurement is the most important one in DVB-T/H
measurement application.
• It includes the measurement of MER (Modulation Error Ratio), which is an
indicator of noise, interferences or distortions on signal and is a figure of merit
widely used in broadcasting industry similar to the EVM in wireless industry.
• Modulation Analysis measurement is helpful and necessary to meet
DVB-T/H defined test specification and ensure proper operations of the
transmitters.
• This measurement provides the flexibility of RF input or Analog IQ input (only
available in MXA)
• A good DVB-T transmitter should have MER > 35 dB.
Modulation Accuracy Analysis
EVM[%]
MER[dB]
Modulation Error
Q
Error Vector Magnitude
Basic Concept:
Ideal point
Ideal Signal
at decision time
Error Vector
Measured point
Measured Signal
at decision time
I
Measured signal is never equal to ideal signal, due to noise, transmitter
impairments, propagation phenomena,…
I/Q Modulation Analysis
Broadcast Industry
Wireless Industry
EVM =
RMS(E)
x 100%
RMS( R ' )
(here, EVM is relative and expressed in %)
E = Z’ – R’
Where I and Q are the ideal co-ordinates, δI and δQ
are the errors in the received data points. Smax is
the magnitude of the vector to the outermost state of
the constellation.
where:
Z’ - the varied signal under test
R’ - the varied reference signal
where V is the peak to mean ratio PAPR
MER (dB) in broadcast industry is actually same as EVM (%) in wireless industry,
except whether to include I/Q offset or not
Demod Parameters
Modulation Accuracy – Meas Setup Parameters
1. User friendly feature “Auto Detect”
2. Demod symbols can be customized to balance between speed and accuracy
3. Switch “Decoding” On to get the TPS Decoding and BER results
4. Flexible advanced modulation settings are beneficial for customers to troubleshoot DVB-T/H products development
1
2
3
4
Modulation Accuracy Measurement
1
1. Use can specify the
measured subcarriers range
from the 0 to 1704 (2K mode)
2. MER vs. Subcarriers can
show the MER result at eachsubcarrier
2
3
3. More detailed modulation
analysis results can be
shown in the I/Q Error view
like AI/QE/SNR/CS/Phase
Jitter etc
Modulation Accuracy Measurement
• Channel Frequency Response
view includes three traces:
– Amplitude vs. subcarriers
– Phase vs. subcarriers
– Group Delay vs. subcarriers
• Channel Impulse Response
can be shown for multi-path
measurement.
Modulation Accuracy Measurement
• TPS means Transmission Parameter Signaling
• TPS carriers are used for the purpose of signaling
parameters related to the transmission scheme, i.e. channel
coding and modulation.
Modulation Accuracy Measurement – BER Definition
BER before Viterbi
I/Q
demapping
Inner deinterleaving/
Viterbi decoder
BER after Viterbi or
BER before RS
BER after RS (error count)
Outer deinterleaving/
RS decoder
MPEG TS
output
• BER before Viterbi decoder - To give an indication of the un-coded performance
• BER before RS decoder - This is the primary parameter which describes the quality of the
digital transmission link
• BER after RS decoder - To gain information about the pattern with which bit errors occur
• There are two methods to calculate BER related results. One is “In Service” (using data
packet) and the other is “Out of Service” (using Null TS packet).
• Different BER results are calculated by different measurements.
– BER Before Viterbi: “In Service” measurement.
– BER Before RS: “In Service” and “Out of Service” measurements.
– BER After RS: Only available for “Out of Service” measurement.
Modulation Accuracy Measurement
• Pre-Viterbi/Pre-RS BER
results can be calculated
when turning on the
“Decoding” switch
• Post-RS BER result can be
only shown for “NullPacket”
payload
• All of the available
modulation analysis results
will be shown in the
“Result Metrics” view.
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Source Solutions
Region
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/Asia
Format
HW boxes
Software (perp. license)
HW boxes
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89601A/X #AYA, PSA #241
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E9285B #H07 (OFDM only)
DVB-SH
US
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Korea
Analyzer Solutions
ATSC
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N7623B-UFP
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J.83 Annex B
PSG/ESG/MXG
N7623B-XFP
PSA/MXA/EXA/ESA/VSA
89601A/X #AYA, PSA #241
MediaFLO
PSG/ESG/MXG
Qualcomm waveform
ISDB-T
PSG/ESG/MXG
N7623B-RFP
PSA/MXA/EXA/ESA/VSA
E9285B #H02
ISDB-T 1/3-seg PSG/ESG/MXG
N7623B-RFP
PSA/MXA/EXA/ESA/VSA
MXA/EXA
PSA/MXA/EXA/ESA/VSA
89601A/X #AYA, PSA #241
N6156A
E9285B #H08
J.83 Annex C
PSG/ESG/MXG
N7623B-UFP
DTMB
PSG/ESG/MXG
N7623B-SFP
CMMB
PSG/ESG/MXG
N7623B-YFP
T-DMB
ESG/MXG
N7616B-QFP
S-DMB
ESG
E4438C #407
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