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CIS countries activities in preparation for RRC-04/05: 

CIS countries activities in preparation for RRC-04/05

RRC 04/05 preparation activities in CIS countries: 

RRC 04/05 preparation activities in CIS countries Regional DVB-T planning in channels 61-69 (multilateral agreement “Nida-2002”) Preparation of existing and planned broadcasting stations data for extended planning area DVB-T planning criteria investigations and test trials

In CIS countries RRC 04/05 preparation activity leaded by Regional Commonwealth in the Field of Communications (RCC): 

In CIS countries RRC 04/05 preparation activity leaded by Regional Commonwealth in the Field of Communications (RCC) Main RCC function: to improve cooperation between Member States in field of broadcasting and communication services implementation Activities (broadcasting area): developing common planning principles and agreements

Regional DVB-T planning in TV channels 61–69 : 

Regional DVB-T planning in TV channels 61–69 Main Principles: - Allotment areas 100 km x 100 km (approximate average size). Coordinates of the allotment border points were presented by administrations. - Procedure for conversion of allotments into assignments for television broadcasting services developed basing on the principles of Chester-97 Agreement. - Single coverage. Participating administrations: Belarus, Bulgaria, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Russian Federation, Slovakia, Sweden, Turkey and Ukraine

Preparation of broadcasting assignments data: 

Preparation of broadcasting assignments data Areas of CIS countries to east from 40o of eastern latitude not covered by multilateral agreements. This means that no frequency assignment plan for these areas exists and concluded under the ITU auspices. Circular letter ITU-R CR/196 Multiaddress letter 01(DIR) O.1547/03 to the Administrations of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russian Federation, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan Proposed procedure

DVB-T implementation: Ukraine: 

DVB-T implementation: Ukraine Ukraine: Kyiv, 51channel, 1 kVt. More then 1 year of continued broadcasting between adjacent analogue channels. CIS countries, develops trial/commercial DVB-T projects: Russia, Ukraine

DVB-T on air in Russia: 

DVB-T on air in Russia More than 21 million people can actually receive DVB-T programs

St-Petersburg DVB-T coverage: 

St-Petersburg DVB-T coverage

St-Petersburg measurements campaign: 

St-Petersburg measurements campaign -3 different propagation paths measured Results show non-linear relation between BER and useful signal field strength differs depending on type of propagation path Additional studies needed

Moscow – two transmitters on air: 

Moscow – two transmitters on air 32 channel (1 kVt) – investigation of portable/mobile reception (now in commercial phase) 34 channel (500 Vt) – investigation of fixed reception in complex interference environment Ostankino tower (32 channel) D. Bednogo str. (34 channel) Moscow

Moscow - Broadcasting for mobile reception : 

Moscow - Broadcasting for mobile reception Commercial conception: new service – the high-quality reception of TV programs in moving cars

Moscow - Broadcasting for mobile reception: 

Moscow - Broadcasting for mobile reception Mobile coverage over the city and neighborhoods reached by using one DVB-T transmitter receiving antenna

Mobile reception implementation: 

Mobile reception implementation

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