HD Radio™ Advanced FM Service Modes: WTLP Field Test Results
Abstract: Xperi has developed a new set of Advanced FM service modes in response to emerging market demands and opportunities. These new service modes offer broadcasters the ability to significantly enhance their digital capacity using both hybrid and all-digital waveforms. Some of these advanced service modes are backward compatible with existing service modes, and some are not. This presentation will review the results of recent field trials using Hubbard station WTLP in Braddock Heights, MD. Specifically, it will compare performance of the new signals with their legacy counterparts, highlighting the critical tradeoff of robustness for capacity. These test results demonstrate the ability of HD Radio broadcast technology to reliably deliver higher-throughput digital information over much of the existing coverage area.
Paul Peyla received the MS degree in Electrical Engineering from The Johns Hopkins University in 1992, and the BS in Electrical Engineering from Clarkson University in 1987. He is currently Director of Systems Engineering in the Automotive Technology Solutions group at Xperi Corporation. He has advanced the development of HD Radio™ technology since 1996 with Westinghouse, USA Digital Radio, iBiquity Digital Corporation, DTS, and Xperi. Over the last decade his work has focused on improving HD Radio reception performance and throughput. He has conducted HD Radio training courses, authored multiple journal papers, and has been granted several US patents.
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