Digital Radio Mondiale ( DRM ) DIGITAL RADIO MONDIALE DRM LOCAL COVERAGE USING THE 26 MHz BROADCASTING BAND

  • Published 2005

Abstract

This document reports on a carefully designed set of fixed and mobile reception tests in Mexico City on the DRM (Digital Radio Mondiale) system at a frequency in the uppermost shortwave broadcasting band – around 26 MHz – for local broadcasting. The testing was done during July 2005. These were not operational tests; that is, neither the transmitter antenna, nor antenna location, nor transmitter power were designed for real broadcast operations. However, from the test results, as documented throughout the report, the characteristic of an operational broadcasting station to cover a densely populated city as Mexico DF can be determined. INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION RADIOCOMMUNICATION STUDY GROUPS Document 6E/274-E 30 September 2005 English only

43 Figures and Tables

Cite this paper

@inproceedings{2005DigitalRM, title={Digital Radio Mondiale ( DRM ) DIGITAL RADIO MONDIALE DRM LOCAL COVERAGE USING THE 26 MHz BROADCASTING BAND}, author={}, year={2005} }