Berlin takes place in DVB-T2 tests to demonstrate the viability of Multi-PLP. This technology would allow broadcasters to combine a number of services including SD and HD broadcast signal, radio and mobile services.

The DVB Project Office has recently conducted in Berlin a series of tests based on the DVB-T2 standard face to test the feasibility of Multi-PLP (Physical Lyer Multiple Pipes). This technology would allow broadcasters to combine a number of services including SD and HD broadcast signal, radio and mobile services.

During this experience has participated in Broadcast Media, emitted from the communications tower on Alexanderplatz in Berlin totally real contribution and distribution environment with signals supplied by the participating channels as well as other evidence.

This channel issued two physical layers in the same multiplex. Layer 1 permitiía receiving a television channel High Definition H.264 encoded with a data rate of about 10 Mbps via an outdoor antenna. The layer or level 2 optimized for mobile reception at home with three channels of SD. H.264 encoded programs were transmitted equally in the statistical multiplex with average data rate of 3 Mbps.

In the coming days is expected to carry out a stereoscopic experience T2 multiplex transmission in collaboration with the Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute Berlin.

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By • Jul 16, 2010
• Section: High-definition, DVB-T