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학술대회 Methodology for Analyzing ATSC 3.0 Single Frequency Network Overlapped Area Based on Spatial Interpolation
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전성호, 최윤석, 신유상, 남진솔, 이재권, 구자훈, 임보미, 안성준, 이재영, 박성익
International Symposium on Broadband Multimedia Systems and Broadcasting (BMSB) 2019, pp.1-4
19HR2800, 지상파 UHD 송수신 환경 분석 및 망구축 기반기술 개발, 박성익
In extending the single frequency network (SFN), it is inevitable that the newly added broadcasting stations are established while the existing broadcasting stations are being operated. To identify the SFN signal overlapped area before and after the construction and to check whether the newly added transmitter signals are stably inter-operable to those of the existing transmitters without self-interference, the measurement vehicle should be fixed at a certain measurement point and the transmitter must be turned on and off up-to-date. Hence, as the number of fixed measurement points increases, the transmitters will be exposed to severe stress. Additionally, because the fixed measurement takes a long time to collect enough volume of data, it is not practical to use the old technology as it is. In this study, we propose a novel method to collect the field test data by mobile measurement under the fixed transmitter condition, i.e., turned on or off. Then, the difference between the two results is calculated using data processed by spatial interpolation to determine the SFN signal overlapped area quickly. After applying this to field test data, it is confirmed that coverage of each transmission site obtained by the proposed method is almost identical to that of the coverage prediction and planning software.
KSP 제안 키워드
ATSC 3.0, Field Test, Long Time, Measurement points, Mobile measurement, Self-interference, Test data, coverage prediction, novel method, single frequency network(SFN), spatial interpolation