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Dvb-s2x

DVB-S2X is an extension of DVB-S2 satellite digital broadcasting standard.

DVB-S2X is a digital satellite television broadcast standard. It has been standardised by DVB Project in March 2014 as an optional extension of DVB-S2 standard.[1] It will also become an ETSI standard.[2]

Compared to DVB-S2, efficiency gains up to 51% can be achieved with DVB-S2X.[3]

Amongst improvements are:

  • Higher Modulation Schemes (64/128/256APSK)
  • Smaller Roll-off factors
  • Improved filtering making it possible to have smaller carrier spacing

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  • Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB); Second generation framing structure, channel coding and modulation systems for Broadcasting, Interactive Services, News Gathering and other broadband satellite applications Part II: S2 - Extensions (DVB-S2X)
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