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Design and Development of a Terrestrial Digital Video Broadcast Demodulation Core
 

Summary:  Design and Development of a Terrestrial
Digital Video Broadcast Demodulation Core:
An International Collaborative Effort
Alexei Ashikhmin, Adriaan J. de Lind van Wijngaarden,
Zhao Haibo, Bertrand M. Hochwald, Thomas L. Marzetta,
Vinay Purohit, Chen Qinghong, Paul A. Wilford, Sheng-Rong Zhou,
Michael A. Zuniga, and Edward S. Zuranski
The terrestrial digital video broadcast (DVB-T) system, specified in the ETSI
300-744 standard, is currently the most popular digital television system with
more than 120 million receivers deployed globally in integrated television
sets, set-top boxes, in-car modules, universal serial bus (USB) sticks, and
personal computer (PC) cards. A provider of multimedia application specific
integrated circuits (ASICs) in Asia required a DVB-T demodulation core as
part of its strategy to broaden its stake in this growing market. To meet this
challenge, Bell Labs partnered with Cambridge Industries Group, China, to
form an international team to design and implement the underlying
multimode orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM)­based
receiver. This paper presents insight into the essential elements of the system
design, the design methodology, and project management and describes the
underlying signal processing algorithms, the bit accurate model, and register

  

Source: Ashikhmin, Alexei - Enabling Computing Technologies, Bell Laboratories

 

Collections: Engineering; Mathematics; Computer Technologies and Information Sciences