BS EN 62272-1:2003 - Digital Radio Mondial (DRM). System specification

BS EN 62272-1:2003

Digital Radio Mondial (DRM). System specification

Status : Current, Under review   Published : February 2004



Describes the frequency bands used for broadcasting below 30 MHz: Low frequency (LF) band - from 148,5 kHz to 283,5 kHz, in ITU Region 1 [1]* only; Medium frequency (MF) band - from 526,5 kHz to 1 606,5 kHz, in ITU Regions 1 [1] and 3 [1] and from 525 kHz to 1 705 kHz in ITU Region 2 [1]; High frequency (HF) bands - a set of individual broadcasting bands in the frequency range 2,3 MHz to 27 MHz, generally available on a Worldwide basis. These bands offer unique propagation capabilities that permit the achievement of: Large coverage areas, whose size and location may be dependent upon the time of day, season of the year or period in the (approximately) 11 year sunspot cycle; Portable and mobile reception with relatively little impairment caused by the environment surrounding the receiver.

Standard NumberBS EN 62272-1:2003
TitleDigital Radio Mondial (DRM). System specification
StatusCurrent, Under review
Publication Date16 February 2004
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ETSI EN 300 401, ISO/IEC 14496-3:2001, ISO/IEC 10646-1, ISO 639-2, ITU-R Recommendation BS 559-2, ITU-R Radio Regulations, ITU-R Recommendation SM 328-10, EN 50067, ISO 8859-1, ISO 3166
Informative References(Provided for Information)ITU-R Circular letter LCCE/39, ITU-R Recommendation BS 1349, ETSI TS 101 968, DRM Output Requirements, November 1999
International RelationshipsEN 62272-1:2003,IEC 62272-1:2003
Draft Superseded By02/205200 DC
DescriptorsBroadcasting, Specification (approval), Radiocommunication, Digital audio broadcasting
Title in FrenchDigital Radio Mondiale (DRM). Specification du systeme
Title in GermanDigital Radio Mondiale (DRM). Systemspezifikation
ISBN0 580 43399 4
File Size2.487 MB

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