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Basansky, Alexander; National Aviation University (2014)
Publisher: Национальный Авиационный Университет
Languages: English
Types: Unknown
Subjects: стандарт DVB-T2; займана ширина смуги частот; спектр; математичне моделювання, UDC 621.396, стандарт DVB-T2; занимаемая ширина полосы частот; спектр; математическое моделирование, DVB-T2 standard; occupied bandwidth; emission; spectrum; mathematical modeling
Досліджено вимірювання займаної ширини смуги частот радіовипромінювання цифрового телебачення під час моніторингу з метою спрощення методики оцінки Исследованы измерения занимаемой ширины полосы частот радиоизлучения цифрового телевидения во время мониторинга с целью упрощения методики оценки DVB-T2 TV is at the implementation stage in Ukraine. Country net includes transmitters in 166 cities. The role of a radiomonitoring service is to ensure efficient use of radio-frequency spectrum particularly by measurements of the emission parameters including occupied bandwidth. It is necessary to find the spectrum level of X dB, which corresponds to occupied bandwidth. The article examines the conformity of the measurements data with the results of mathematical modeling of radiation spectrum standards DVB-T and DVB-T2
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