Digital Audio Broadcasting: Principles and Applications of DAB, DAB + and DMB (英語) ハードカバー – イラスト付き, 2009/6/22
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..."provides a technical review of digital radio system DAB...Written for broadcasting engineers and technical operators, content providers and programmers, and broadcast students." ("SciTech Book News, Vol. 25, No. 3, September 2001)
"A well written book by people who know what they are talking about." (M2 Communications, 24 May 2001)
..."I am sure I will be poring over this book for months... I encourage you to do the same. It will serve you well..." (Radio World, 14 October 2002)
Wolfgang Hoeg, Dipl.-Ing., AES Fellow, Berlin, Germany, graduated from the University of Technology, Dresden, in electrical engineering and joined the RFZ (Research and Development Centre of Deutsche Post) in 1959. Since 1991 he has been with Deutsche Telekom, and became head of the division "Audiosystems" with Deutsche Telekom Berkom, Berlin. He has worked in various fields of audio engineering, such as two-channel and multi-channel audio, DAB and other new broadcast technologies. As a member of the standardisation bodies of OIRT, ITU-R and EBU, he was acting as a chairman of several project groups. He also contributed to the Eureka 147/DAB Working Groups and chaired the Task group DRC. After retiring from Deutsche telekom in 1999, he has become an audio consultant.
Thomas Lauterbach, Professor Dr. rer. nat., Nürnberg, Germany, received his Diplom-Physiker degree and PhD from Erlangen University. In 1992 he joined Robert Bosch GambH, where he became involved with the development of DAB. In 1997 head became head of a multimedia systems development department. He was with several Eureka 147/DAB Working Groups, the German DAB platform and Euro-DAB/WorldDAB and contributed to ETSI. He also co-ordinated the MEMO (ACTS) project. Since 1997 he has been with the Georg-Simon-Ohm-Fachhochschule Nürnberg - University of Applied Sciences as a Professor of Physics. In 1996 he edited one of the first books on DAB in German.
- 発売日 : 2009/6/22
- ハードカバー : 452ページ
- ISBN-10 : 9780470510377
- ISBN-13 : 978-0470510377
- 商品の寸法 : 17.4 x 3.07 x 25.15 cm
- 出版社 : Wiley (2009/6/22)
- 言語: : 英語
- ASIN : 0470510374
- Amazon 売れ筋ランキング: - 1,342,283位洋書 (の売れ筋ランキングを見る洋書)
Covers the history of the DAB/DAB+ standard and related standards (e.g., DRM and DMB).
Chapter 2--System Concept
Discusses the frame and modulation aspects from a systems approach. The topics are covered with reference to their inclusion in the DAB standard. Don't expect a tutorial on error correction coding or OFMD.
Chapter 3--Audio Services and Applications
Overview of MP2 and AAC encoding (a brief overview).
Discussion of associated data packing and multi-channel services.
Chapter 4-- Data Services and Applications
Discussion of multimedia objects and text services, traffic information and related services.
Chapter 5--Provision of Services
Overview of various services including electronic program guides and DAB data versus RDS.
Chapter 6--Collection and Distribution Networks
A discussion of multiplexing and demultiplexing services on a common STI (Service Transport Interface).
Chapter 7--The Broadcast Side
DAB networks, DAB transmitters, coverage plans, etc.
Chapter 8--The Receiving Side
An overview of the RF front-end, digital demodulation, audio decoding, etc.
Chapter 9-- Mobile Television and Multimedia
Brief discussion of DMB and IPDC (extensions of DAB to handle image and video).
A few notes on the book:
o The book is typical for books written as overviews on communication systems. The text doesn't replace the underlying standards, but might be a bit easier to read with some attention given to the motivation or 'why' behind the standard and not just the 'what' or details of the standard.
o With a myriad of contributors and two editors, the flow and readability varies from section to section.
o There is a lot of information (perhaps too much) on the history and evolution of the DAB standard.
o There is the typical obligatory swipe at the IBOC HD radio standard used in North America.
Overall, a good book to have if you work with DAB/DAB+ systems.