This document summarizes processes used to test the RF performance of ATSC 3.0 in a laboratory environment. The intention of this document is to describe test processes and test results for manufacturers attempting to verify RF performance of their receiver’s physical layer designs. This document should be used by manufacturers to ensure their lab testing is conducted consistently and can be independently verified by the ATSC 3.0 development team.
Download current version: A/325:2023-04, “ATSC 3.0 PHY Lab Performance Test Plan”, 21 April 2023.
There are multiple versions of this document. Please be sure to download the desired version. For amendments, the text includes a list of changes, the rationale for the changes, and compatibility considerations.
Download A/325:2018, “ATSC 3.0 PHY Lab Performance Test Plan”, approved 10 December 2018.
Download A/325:2018 Corrigendum No. 1, approved 28 October 2020.
Download A/325:2018, “ATSC 3.0 PHY Lab Performance Test Plan, with Corrigendum No. 1”. This document has Corrigendum No. 1 integrated into the Recommended Practice.
Download A/325:2022-03, “ATSC 3.0 PHY Lab Performance Test Plan”, 31 March 2022.
Download A/325:2023-03, “ATSC 3.0 PHY Lab Performance Test Plan”, 28 March 2023.
Download A/325:2023-03 Corrigendum No. 1”, approved 21 April 2023.
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