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A Service Coverage Analysis for the Digital Radio Village Broadcasting Systems
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 Title & Authors
A Service Coverage Analysis for the Digital Radio Village Broadcasting Systems
Choi, Da-Some; Kang, Young-Heung;
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 Abstract
Since, the existing analog village broadcasting system had been affected by the climate change such as rain and had some problems likes as short range, it had been changed to the digital system and its standardizations required to be developed from now. In order to deploy the efficient digital wireless village broadcasting system, some propagation profiles as well as service coverages should be analyzed in various radio environments. In this paper, we have set up the transmission power as a parameter and estimated the service coverage area ratio as well as the area ratio interfered into the nearby village in rural, suburban and urban environments using spectrum management intelligence system (SMIS). This paper provides the basic data to establish a standard using the radio propagation characteristics and received power for village broadcasting system in various environments.
 Keywords
Village broadcasting system;Digital private mobile radio;Service coverage;Spectrum management intelligence system;
 Language
Korean
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 References
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RRA technical regulation notification, July.2014.

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ETSI TS 102 658, "Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum matters (ERM); digital private mobile radio (dPMR) using FDMA with a channel spacing of 6,25 kHz", Feb.2013. http://www.etsi.org

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ITU-R Recommendation p.1546-4, "Method for point-to-area predictions for terrestrial services in the frequency range 30 MHz to 3000 MHz," Oct. 2009.

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Y. H. Kang and J. P. Chung "Analysis of prediction models for DTV field strength in domestic rural propagation environment," The Journal of Korea Navigation Institute, Vol 17, No 6, pp. 638-645, Feb. 2013.