DVB-RCT was designed to extend DVB-T systems with a return channel. The data rate is in the range of a few kbit/s only. Due to the limited usability it was never deployed. DVB-RCT was the first standard to adopt double-binary turbo codes. Multiple standards followed using the double-binary version (WiMax, DVB-RCS, DVB-RCS2).
|Standard||Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB)|
|Interaction channel for Digital Terrestrial Television (RCT) incorporating Multiple Access OFDM|
|Documents||ETSI EN 301 958|
|IP Core||Contact us!|
|Turbo Codes||Double binary parallel concatenated convolutional code (PCCC), 8 states, tail-biting, code rates 1/2, 3/4, payload block sizes 144 – 648 bits|
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