Overview of Standards and Technical Reports

Overview of ARIB Standards (STD-B43)

1. Overview

Standard Name Portable Millimeter-Wave Digital Transmission System for Television Program Contribution
Enactment Date 06.06.2008
General Description

This standard specifies radio equipment that is “radio equipment of radio station and the like which relays television program” (FPU) provided to 23 from 21 of Ordinance Regulating Radio Equipment Article 37-27, and is in the radio station which uses 42GHz band*1 or 55GHz band*2, and 42GHz band and 55GHz band.

This standard specifies channel plan, transmission system, technical standard of transmitter, quality of circuit and circuit design, provision of compatibility between manufacturers and so on in detail, according to the amendment of Ordinance (Ordinance of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications No.16 (27 February 2008)). Also, transmission system and so on are made to be as compatible with standards for UHF band and microwave band FPU as possible

*1 frequency band of 41.0GHz~42.0GHz

*2 frequency band of 54.27GHz~55.27GHz


Keyword Description
Standstill circumstance The circumstance in which transmitting antenna and receiving antenna with sharp directivity are fixed by opposite side, and channel characteristics are hardly fluctuated
FPU Abbreviation for Field Pick-up Unit
HD-SDI Abbreviation for High Definition Serial Digital Interface
Serial digital interface standard for transmitting high definition video and audio signals

2. Amendment History

Ver. Amendment or Enactment Date Amendment summary
2.0 03.24.2017 It is revised for the purpose of enabling the transmission of the 4K/8K broadcast material in the 125MHz system by performing high-speed processing for dividing an input signal and a parallel computation, the introduction of the MIMO-OFDM method, change of a maximum transmission bit rate, change of compatibility rule between makers and addition of a description about the line design example.
1.0 06.06.2008 Enactment

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