Two-dimensional data frame by means of which an M/H Ensemble is RS CRC encoded. RS Frames are the output of the M/H physical layer subsystem. Generally, one RS Frame contains 187 rows of N bytes each, where the value of N is determined by the transmission mode of M/H physical layer subsystem, and carries data for one M/H Ensemble. RS Frames are defined in detail in Part 2.
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