IEC 62273-1:2007 

Methods of measurement for radio transmitters - Part 1: Performance characteristics of terrestrial digital television transmitters

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Abstract

IEC 62273-1:2007 gives the conditions for measuring the performance parameters of terrestrial digital transmitters and for facilitating the comparison of measurements which are carried out by different personnel. It contains details of specially selected methods for determining the most important performance parameters of digital transmitters. The measurement methods described apply to a limited number of performance parameters, i.e. those which can give rise to ambiguous interpretation due to the use of different methods and conditions. They are neither restrictive nor mandatory: measurements can be chosen for each particular case. If necessary, additional tests can be carried out but they shall comply with those standards which have been established by other study groups, subcommittees of the IEC or other international or suitably accredited organizations. This bilingual version (2012-03) corresponds to the monolingual English version, published in 2007-02.

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Publication typeInternational Standard
Publication date2007-02-16
Edition1.0
Available language(s)English, English/French, Spanish
TC/SCTC 103 - Transmitting equipment for radiocommunicationrss
ICS33.060.20 - Receiving and transmitting equipment
Stability date  2020
Pages77
File size1715 KB

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