Ready for RED - Part 3

Free Webinar: Ready for RED – Quasi peak measurements on FM radios according to EN 303 345

Third part of a short series

The ETSI has specified a new mandatory test requirement, the radio equipment directive (RED), that applies to radio and television broadcast receivers sold into Europe.

From June 13, 2017 on, all manufacturers have to test their entertainment systems to meet the ETSI harmonized standards EN 303 340 (digital TV broadcast receivers) and EN 303 345 (radio broadcast receivers). The R&S®BTC broadcast test center from Rohde & Schwarz offers the turnkey solution in a single box.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How to setup the BTC (Broadcast Test Center) for FM signal generation according to EN 303 345
  • How to perform Quasi peak audio measurements for FM signals according to EN 303 345

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