Introduction to DVB-T2: second-generation digital terrestrial television

Short designation: TR212-20E Broadcast and Media


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on request
Walter Fischer


DVB-C/S/T, the first generation of the DVB standard, was developed in the mid-1990s and is now used in many countries worldwide. DVB-S2, the first second-generation DVB standard, became available in 2004. DVB-T2 and DVB-C2 completed the second generation of transmission standards.

This seminar covers DVB-T2, the terrestrial version of DVB-x2. DVB-T2 is not DVB-T compatible, it is a completely new, highly advanced, and very complex terrestrial transmission standard for digital television.


  • DVB-x2: second-generation DVB standards
  • DVB-T and DVB-T2 data rates
  • Shannon limit
  • DVB-x2 input signal formats
  • DVB-x2 input signal processing
  • T2-MI
  • DVB-T2 error protection
  • DVB-T2 modulation methods
  • Rotated, Q-delayed constellation diagrams
  • PAPR reduction
  • DVB-T2 applications
  • Outlook for DVB-C2
  • Test and measurement

Target Group

  • Engineers and technicians working in the field of television and broadcasting technology with DVB-T experience who want to learn about the new technology. This seminar is an advanced, not a beginners course. Knowledge of digital modulation and OFDM is a prerequisite.
  • Duration: 2 days
  • Training location: Munich
  • Language: English

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