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SINGLE FREQUENCY NETWORKS IN DIGITAL RADIO

@inproceedings{Mattsson2006SINGLEFN,
  title={SINGLE FREQUENCY NETWORKS IN DIGITAL RADIO},
  author={Anders Mattsson and John C. Kean},
  year={2006}
}
Not too surprisingly, a Digital Radio Single Frequency Network (SFN) shares the same properties as a Digital Television SFN. For this reason some of this paper has been taken from [1]. The main differences between radio and TV SFN are due to the different S/N requirements and guard intervals. SFNs do offer significant potential advantages including better coverage, less interference, less power, higher reliability and a more efficient spectrum use. These properties are derived from basic… 

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