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  • GSM-R Technology

    GSM-R Technology GSM-R is based on the cellular GSM technology, with further enhancements specific to the requirements of railroad operation, such as train control. In general, GSM-R uses characteristics that are identical or similar to those of the GSM system, such as frequency spacing (200 kHz), modulation (Gaussian minimum shift keying, GMSK) and access type (TDMA, TDD/FDD). The frequencies of GSM-R

  • DVB-C Technology

    DVB-C Technology The DVB-C standard EN 300 429 describes the framing structure, channel coding, and modulation for digital multiprogram television distribution by cable. It describes a system based on the MPEG-2 system layer ISO/ IEC 13818-1, which is harmonized with the transmission standard for satellite, with the addition of an appropriate forward error correction (FEC) technique. This DVB-C system

  • ISDB-C Technology

    ISDB-C Technology ISDB-C is a digital Japanese cable transmission standard. Error protection and modulation method correspond to those of DVB-C (J.83/A). DVB-C and ISDB-C differ in the roll-off factors they use. ISDB-C Deployment Scenario The ISDB-C standard is used in Japanese cable networks. Technology Overview

  • CMMB Technology

    CMMB Technology In order to create a uniform standard for mobile TV reception in China, the Chinese broadcasting authority SARFT (State Administration of Radio Film and Television) has required mobile radio operators to use a uniform standard. China has standardized its own development for mobile television broadcasting. The standard is called CMMB (Chinese Mobile Multimedia Broadcasting) and was formerly

  • DVB-C2 Technology

    DVB-C2 Technology Large transmission capacities are required for high-definition TV (HDTV) and video on demand (VOD) as well as for TV cable networks. However, the DVB-C standard, which has been in use since 1994, sets limits here. The objective of DVB-C2 is to increase transmission capacity by more than 30 % while maintaining the same channel bandwidth. In addition to the single-carrier modes, orthogonal

  • TD-SCDMA Technology

    TD-SCDMA Technology TD-SCDMA (time division - synchronous code division multiple access) is a cellular technology based on the combination of a TDMA (time division multiple access) component and a CDMA (code division multiple access) component. Additionally, unique synchronization mechanisms are foreseen for optimizing the time division duplex (TDD) mode of operation. The uplink and downlink are separated

  • TETRA / TETRA 2 Technology

    TETRA / TETRA 2 Technology In practice, the open TETRA standard is a suite of standards covering different technology aspects, e.g. air interfaces, network interfaces and their services and facilities. TETRA mobile stations (MS) commonly communicate using the radio trunking infrastructure (switching & management infrastructure, SwMI) made of TETRA base stations (TBS). Alternatively, direct communications

  • WCDMA / HSPA / HSPA+ Technology

    WCDMA / HSPA / HSPA+ Technology Technology Overview Universal mobile telecommunication system (UMTS) networks based on wideband code division multiple access (WCDMA) have been deployed worldwide as 3rd generation mobile communications systems. UMTS provides a clear evolutionary path to high-speed packet access (HSPA). HSPA refers to the combination of high-speed downlink packet access (HSDPA) and high-speed

  • WiMAX™ Technology

    WiMAX™ Technology Flexible, accurate and fast: Rohde & Schwarz test solutions WiMAX™ (Worldwide Interoperability of Microwave Access) is based on modern communications technologies, such as OFDMA and MIMO. This establishes WiMAX™ as a cellular broadband standard, providing high performance in data rate, mobility and cell size. VoIP and roaming capabilities are additional focus areas for WiMAX™. This

  • XM Satellite Technology

    XM Satellite Technology XM satellite is a terrestrial, repeater-assisted satellite digital audio radio service (SDARS) in the United States for nationwide mobile car reception in CD quality. This is why separate traffic and weather channels are available alongside normal radio entertainment. Parts of the offered program are encrypted so that users must have an electronic serial number (ESN) radio ID

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