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New Method of Failure Masking for DAB
The failure characteristic within a wireless digital transmission system like DAB requires special concealment methods for the masking of receiving errors (interruptions). A new method modifying the well known concealment technique is described which guarantees a significant improvement for all kinds of programs of failure reaction by means of a special signal processing algorithm for the transmitting and receiving equipment. The new method is also applicable for multichannel sound systems.
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