Next Generation DVB-T Systems

Dilli, Ravilla (2018) Next Generation DVB-T Systems. In: International Conference on New Trends in Engineering & Technology, 07/09/2018, GRT IET, Tiruttani.

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Abstract

The DVB-T2 system is an OFDM-based broadcasting standard used mobile applications. 5G is the fifth generation telecommunication and wireless network standard which will be capable of handling greater data rates and network efficiency. 5G networks will offer scalable and adaptable services, it promises a smarter, faster and efficient network. This new system expected to be launched in early 2020s. 5G networks have been designed for a smart world such as smart cities, smart healthcare, transportation and most important idea of IOT. In order to handle higher network demands, the network must be smart, efficient and cost effective. It should support mobility, better coverage, power efficiency, reliability and most importantly security. Internet of things is an idea of connecting billions of smart devices to internet with an organized, efficient and secured way. It will revolutionize industrial area, manufacturing, healthcare system, supply chain management and it will reflect changes in daily life. 3GPP has the vision to support digital TV delivery in the 5G era, and it has defined a set of 5G requirements for multimedia broadcast services. Today, Release 14 LTE enTV already meets most of the 5G requirements and it is expected to meet all of them with its continued evolution in Release 16 and beyond. we see the future of broadcast technologies evolving in two distinct paths. The first is terrestrial broadcast that enables a dedicated broadcasting network leveraging cellular technology to provide a common delivery platform for different content and services (e.g., live/linear TV). The second is mixed-mode broadcast that allows for dynamic mode switching between unicast and broadcast to more efficiently deliver identical content (e.g., device firmware). The Release 14 enTV specifications already meet all EU digital TV broadcast requirements, and it is ~2x more efficient than DVB-T, allowing spectrum to be freed up for new use cases such as with the new 5G NR deployments in 700 MHz. The DVB-T2 system is an OFDM-based broadcasting standard used not only for stationary reception, but also for mobile applications.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: 3GPP, IoT, LTE, 5G, DVB-T, DVB-T2, OFDM.
Subjects: Engineering > MIT Manipal > Electronics and Communication
Depositing User: MIT Library
Date Deposited: 17 Jan 2019 08:55
Last Modified: 17 Jan 2019 08:55
URI: http://eprints.manipal.edu/id/eprint/153043

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