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International Journal of Digital Multimedia Broadcasting provides a forum for engineers, researchers and educators whose interests are in digital multimedia broadcasting to learn recent developments, to share related challenges, to compare multi-standards and further to design new and improved systems. Subject areas include:
-Multimedia broadcasting overall system and standardization
-Multimedia signal compression and coding for broadcasting
-Multimedia streaming and control
-IPTV with broadcasting
-Multimedia content services and digital rights management over broadcasting
-Modulation and demodulation
-Channel estimation and equalization
-VLSI design and system-on-chip implementation for multimedia broadcasting reception
-Cross layer analysis and integration
-Power and spectral efficiency
-Antenna and propagation for multimedia transmission and reception
-Multi-standards compatibility and multi-systems interoperability
-Spectrum management and usage
-Multi-bands frequency interface issues
-Filed-trials and testing analyses
-Quality of service and quality of experience in multimedia broadcasting