Re: RAI opts for DMB for mobile TV
DAB sounds worse than FM wrote:
Richard Evans wrote:
Nicolas Croiset wrote:
Nobody used DVB-H in band III due to impulsive noise problem which isWell it's the first time I've ever heard of this problem in band III.
too important in this band. There is also a limited number of DVB-T
transmitters in band III in operation around the world due to that
He made it up - there is no problem with impulsive interference in Band III.
Oh, What a surprise :(
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