This supplement to EBU R 128 specifies a special set of loudness parameters for short-form content. This version 2.0 puts emphasis on the permitted Maximum Short-term loudness and does no longer include the use of the Max. Momentary Loudness limit.
'EBU Mode' metering to supplement EBU R 128 loudness normalisation
25 Jan 2016
In this document the properties of a loudness meter in the so-called ‘EBU Mode’ are introduced and explained in detail. This version 3.0 includes new minimum requirement test signals, clarifications and a new requirement on LRA stability signalling.
Loudness range: A measure to supplement EBU R 128 loudness normalisation
25 Jan 2016
The ‘Loudness Range’ (LRA) measure and the algorithm for its computation is introduced and explained in detail. Loudness Range is supplementary to the main audio Programme Loudness described in EBU R 128. This is version 3.0.
The document describes how to change audio levelling from peak normalisation to loudness normalisation in accordance with EBU R128. This version 3.0 is a completely updated version based on 5 years of experiences in the use of loudness normalization.
This zipfile contains 69 audio files to test loudness equipment for compliance with the EBU Tech 3341 and Tech 3342 specifications. Note this is v4.0 of the test set. It includes files for the new tests (#9-#23) specified in EBU Tech 3341 v3.0 (Jan 2016).
Simulation parameters for theoretical LTE eMBMS Network Studies
22 Dec 2015
This document lists relevant technical parameters to be used for theoretical LTE eMBMS radio access network studies in order to yield comparable results in different investigations from various sources.
This document provides guidelines to safe areas (both graphics and action) that protect SDTV, HDTV and UHDTV 16:9 originated programme for 16:9 full screen presentation. This version (1.0) is dated December 2015.
This is an extract of ETSI TS 101 231 where code registrations for the PDC and VPS systems are maintained and updated. New codes can be requested HERE. The full TS 101 231 document is available free of charge on the ETSI website.
The EBU is pleased to report that Region 1, most of Region 3 and South American countries in Region 2 have secured spectrum to facilitate investments that will stabilize Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) well into the 2020s.