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BS EN 62216-1:2002

Superseded

Superseded

A superseded Standard is one, which is fully replaced by another Standard, which is a new edition of the same Standard.

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Digital terrestrial television receivers for the DVB-T system Baseline receiver specification

Available format(s)

Hardcopy , PDF

Superseded date

31-07-2011

Language(s)

English

Published date

22-10-2002

Introduction
1 Scope
2 Normative references
3 Abbreviations and symbols
4 Receiver capabilities
   4.1 Frequency spectrum
   4.2 Conditional access
   4.3 Return path
   4.4 Navigator (SI)
   4.5 Auto installation
   4.6 Teletext carried in digital streams
   4.7 Analogue recording/copy management
   4.8 Services
   4.9 Future versions of this specification
5 Video system characteristics
   5.1 Introduction
   5.2 Essential requirements
   5.3 Constraints and extensions
        5.3.1 Support for rapid channel acquisition
        5.3.2 Picture types
        5.3.3 ISO/IEC 11172-2 compatibility
        5.3.4 User data
        5.3.5 Video alignment
6 Video display formatting
   6.1 Introduction
   6.2 Video format
        6.2.1 Requirements for DVB compliance
   6.3 Recommendations for signalling in the video
        stream
        6.3.1 Sequence header
        6.3.2 Sequence display extension
        6.3.3 Constraints on the use of the picture
               display extension
        6.3.4 Format switching
   6.4 Video format signalling extensions
        6.4.1 MPEG signalling
        6.4.2 DVB signalling
        6.4.3 Active format description
   6.5 Recommendations for ISO/IEC 13818-1 signalling
   6.6 Alignment of video and graphics
        6.6.1 Video with graphics
        6.6.2 Uncertainty of position of graphics over
               video
7 Audio system characteristics
   7.1 Introduction
   7.2 Essential requirements
        7.2.1 Scope of requirements
        7.2.2 Synchronisation
        7.2.3 Decoding requirements
   7.3 Constraints and extensions
        7.3.1 Surround sound
   7.4 Audio description
        7.4.1 Background (informative)
        7.4.2 Receiver implementation minima
        7.4.3 Signalling
        7.4.4 Constraints on audio description stream
               coding
        7.4.5 Audio only services
   7.5 Audio only services
   7.6 PSI signalling
8 Multiplex and transport stream characteristics
   8.1 Scope
   8.2 Essential requirements
        8.2.1 Multiplexing
        8.2.2 Demultiplexing
   8.3 Constraints and extensions
        8.3.1 Multicomponent programs
9 Service and program specific information
   9.1 Introduction
        9.1.1 General requirements
        9.1.2 General receiver requirements
        9.1.3 General broadcaster requirements
        9.1.4 Notation
   9.2 SI & PSI Specification
        9.2.1 Summary
        9.2.2 Program association table
        9.2.3 Program map table
        9.2.4 Conditional access table
        9.2.5 Network information table
        9.2.6 Bouquet association table
        9.2.7 Service description table
        9.2.8 Event information table
        9.2.9 Time and data table and time offset table
        9.2.10 Running status table
        9.2.11 Private data
   9.3 Receiver functions
        9.3.1 Information typically available to the user
        9.3.2 Service change
        9.3.3 Parental control
        9.3.4 Receiver behaviour when a service stops
   9.4 Establishing and maintaining the network connection
        9.4.1 Use of SI identifiers
        9.4.2 Auto installation
        9.4.3 Network evolution
        9.4.4 Logical channel numbers (LCN)
        9.4.5 Recommendation for robust SI acquisition
   9.5 User interface
        9.5.1 Presentation of text
        9.5.2 Information presentation
        9.5.3 Service navigation
        9.5.4 Display of time
   9.6 Recording devices
        9.6.1 Programming
        9.6.2 Execution of recording
        9.6.3 Control of analogue recorders
10 Subtitles
   10.1 Introduction
   10.2 Broadcast specifications
        10.2.1 DVB subtitles
        10.2.2 Signalling
        10.2.3 Recommendation
   10.3 Receiver functions
        10.3.1 Background
        10.3.2 User control of receiver behaviour
11 VBI based services
   11.1 Introduction
   11.2 Broadcast specifications
   11.3 Receiver functions
        11.3.1 Processing capabilities
        11.3.2 Control
   11.4 Extended VBI format support
        11.4.1 VPS
        11.4.2 WSS
        11.4.3 Teletext and teletext subtitles
12 RF-part and channel decoder
   12.1 General
   12.2 Frequencies and channel bandwidth
   12.3 DVB-T modes
   12.4 Tuning procedure
   12.5 Change of modulation parameters
   12.6 Connector
   12.7 Performance
        12.7.1 C/N performance
        12.7.2 Minimum receiver signal input levels
        12.7.3 Maximum input level
        12.7.4 Resistance to analogue and/or digital
               signals in other channel
        12.7.5 Resistance to co-channel interference
               from analogue TV signals
        12.7.6 Guard interval utilisation in single
               frequency networks
13 Conditional access and the common interface
   13.1 Introduction
   13.2 Minimum Requirements
Annex A (normative) SI character set
      A.1 Set of languages supported
      A.2 Structure of character table
Annex B (normative) DVB-SI PDC descriptor
      B.1 Introduction
      B.2 PDC descriptor
Annex C (informative) Bootloader and software download
      C.1 Overview
      C.2 Signalling
      C.3 User interface
Annex D (normative) Subtitling
      D.1 Introduction
      D.2 Essential requirements
      D.3 Corrigenda to ETS 300 743
      D.4 Clarifications to ETS 300 743
      D.5 Revised decoder model
      D.6 UK specific features
      D.7 OSD Conflicts
      D.8 System capabilities (informative)
      D.9 Encoding Guidelines (informative)
      D.10 Decoder treatment of errors
Annex E (informative) An example of frequencies and
        offsets
      E.1 UHF
      E.2 VHF
Annex F (informative) Noise model
Annex G (informative) An example of C/N-performance with
        a practical transmitter
Annex ZA (normative) Normative references to international
         publications with their corresponding European
         publications
Bibliography
Figures
Tables

Gives the baseline receiver for the DVB-T system. Its objective defines: - how to provide broadcast that are understood by all receivers and enable receivers to provide good facilities to their users; - the behaviour required from receivers to work well with these broadcasts and to be attractive to consumers.

Committee
EPL/100
DocumentType
Standard
Pages
118
PublisherName
British Standards Institution
Status
Superseded
SupersededBy

Specifies the baseline receiver for the DVB-T (Digital video broadcasting) system. Concerns broadcasters and receiver manufacturers. Ensures that broadcasts are correctly interpreted by receivers and indicates the features that need to be implemented on receivers.

Standards Relationship
I.S. EN 62216-1:2002 Identical
IEC 62216-1:2001 Identical
NBN EN 62216-1 : 2003 Identical
DIN EN 62216-1:2003-03 Identical
NF EN 62216-1 : 2003 Identical
UNE-EN 62216-1:2003 Identical
EN 62216-1:2002 Identical

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