Non-recognizable error probability in a terrestrial DAB single frequency network


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Schiphorst, R. and Slump, C.H. (2006) Non-recognizable error probability in a terrestrial DAB single frequency network. In: Twenty-seventh Symposium on InformationTheory in the Benelux, 08-09 Jun 2006, Noordwijk, The Netherlands (pp. pp. 25-29).

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Abstract:DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) is a the European successor of FM radio
and it can broadcast besides audio services also other services such as traffic
information. In this paper the probability of non-recognized errors in the system
is derived for a 8 kbit/s data subchannel using protection level EEP3-A. This
is important as data services rely on error-free transmission. It has been shown
that in a live DAB network, this probability is very low. For a realistic user
scenario, a user will encounter on average a non-recognized packet each 100000
year.
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Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)
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