Terrestrial and Satellite Digital Sound Broadcasting to Vehicular, Portable and Fixed Receivers in the VHF/UHF Bands
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Terrestrial and Satellite Digital Sound Broadcasting to Vehicular, Portable and Fixed Receivers in the VHF/UHF Bands

DSB Handbook

This Handbook describes the system and service requirements for digital sound broadcasting (DSB) to vehicular, portable and fixed receivers, the related propagation factors, the techniques employed in the digital sound broadcasting systems, and considers relevant planning parameters and sharing conditions.

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The objective of new sound broadcasting services is to improve the availability, quality and diversity of programme services to listeners. Wide area coverage will bring programme service to many listeners for the first time and advanced digital techniques will allow high quality sound equivalent to the quality available from other sound media (e.g., compact discs). Advanced digital techniques will also make possible a wide range of new programme-related and independent services. Digital sound broadcasting, both terrestrial and satellite is aimed at vehicular and portable reception, but is also able to provide, of course, reception to fixed installations.