Radio broadcast engineers seeking to design and operate HD Radio(TM) transmission systems will benefit from the detailed exposition of the technology. The book lays out the entire structure of this digital transmission system. System equations are presented in a manner that is useful to those interested in them, while retaining a clear narrative for those who seek a general understanding of how the technology works. The book also presents a summary of the history of the technology and the NRSC-5 standard, as well as forward-looking information on emerging technologies and applications.Understanding HD Radio Technology David P. Maxson ... home stereosa3.8 kHz, portable/boom boxa4.7 kHz; clock radiosa5.5 kHz; OEM cara4.6 kHz; HD Radio cara4.7 kHz; aftermarket cara 4.2 kHz. ... As long as both sidebands of the desired hybrid AM IBOC signal are unencumbered by second-adjacent interferers, the IBOC receiver can use ... to the FCC in 2002, the original hybrid AM mask did not benefit from experience in practical transmitter manufacture and installation.
|Title||:||The IBOC Handbook|
|Author||:||David P. Maxson|
|Publisher||:||Taylor & Francis - 2007|