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Title: Diseño de una estación de transmisión por satélite D-SNG para señales audiovisuales de contribución ocasional en formato UHDTV-1
Author: Roldán Tejado, Juan Manuel
Director: Raúl Parada Medina
Tutor: Carlos Monzo Sánchez
Keywords: D-SNG
Issue Date: Jan-2019
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: In this project is explained a complete process of the design of a D-SNG satellite transmission station for occasional audiovisual signals in ultrahigh definition format (UHDTV-1), due to high demand that this type of signals is currently gaining within the professional audiovisual sector. For this reason, from a previous phase of analysis of the broadcasting organizations requirements with the emergence of ultrahigh definition signals. In addition, a study of the state of the art has been made and also an identification of the technical requirements to be overcome. Finally, chosen design is based on an architecture totally independent of the results, which has led to the need to describe a new protocol for the operation of the system. Then, after obtaining the characteristic parameters of the transmission system, it has been carried out a task of technological prospecting with the objective of selecting the components that will integrate it. Finally, the planning of the different systems that make up the transmission station is shown. On the other hand, a possible distribution of the subsystems in the form of rack mounting is presented. Ultimately, it has been considered convenient to include, in addition to the costs related to the investment necessary to implement the transmission station, the costs that will be necessary to take into account when commercially exploiting it.
Language: Spanish
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