In 2005 DVB-RCS was defined as the standard for return channel via satellite and complemented the DVB-S2 standard. It followed DVB-RCT and WiMax in using double binary turbo codes that outperform their binary counterpart. The successor DVB-RCS2 uses 16-states double binary turbo codes resulting in even better error correction performance.
|Interaction channel for satellite distribution systems|
|Documents||ETSI EN 301 790|
|IP Cores||Creonic DVB-RCS Turbo Encoder and Decoder IP Core|
|Turbo Codes||Double-binary parallel concatenated convolutional code (PCCC), 8 states, code rates 1/3 – 6/7, tailbiting|
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