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Handbook on Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting Networks and Systems Implementation

Edition 2016

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The aim of this Handbook is to provide assistance in technical and service issues such as networks and systems, audiovisual quality and quality of transmission, as well as on other issues of interest for the introduction of digital terrestrial TV broadcasting (from multimedia systems to UHDTV) in different countries

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Broadcast network planning

Coded DTTB signals need to be distributed between studios and coding/multiplexing centres, and onwards to transmitter sites (“primary distribution” networks). Often these are distributed as MPEG-2 or MPEG-4 transport streams, although in future, these may evolve to ITU-T H.265 (HEVC) transport streams or IP connections. Such distribution circuits may be provided by the broadcaster, or by a telecoms operator offering long-distance connectivity. The decision on which of those to use will depend on economic and/or regulatory considerations.

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