Wednesday, 24 June 2015

Implementation issues and evaluated performance in local service insertion in DVB-NGH single frequency networks

Abstract Current digital terrestrial television networks make use of either single frequency networks (SFN) or multi frequency networks (MFN). SFN is the network where several transmitters transmit the same signal over the same frequency channel. MFN is the frequency network where each transmitter transmits the signal over different frequency channels. Compared to MFN,SFN is the best approach because of the efficient utilization of the Radio spectrum, Low power operation and multi-channel capacity.
On growing market demand, need to maintain the quality, flexibility, mobility and interactivity successfully without any overloading and overlapping issues. For this we introduce the following two techniques. One is Hierarchical Modulation (H-LSI) and another one is Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (O-LSI).In order to improve the performance of the SFN operation, DVB-NGH standard incorporates multiple input multiple output (MIMO) antenna diversity mechanisms. In this paper, we describe the benefits in the utilization of MIMO and its application to DVB standards, i.e. DVB-NGH and DVB-T2 (Terrestrial 2nd generation). Following a description of the transmission techniques adopted for the DVB-NGH specification, we furthermore provide theoretical and physical layer simulation results to illustrate the performance gains of MIMO in various channel models.

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