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    country: Nepal style(s): Instrumental, Contemporary label: not signed type: Small Ensemble gender: male instrumentation: instrumental, percussion, string artist posted by: Echoes In The Valley

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    Nikhil Tuladhar (Percussions) Riju Tuladhar (Bass Guitar) Sunit Ratna Kansakar (Sitar)

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Kanta dAb dAb uses traditional and folk music of Nepal in a contemporary music format as it believes these musical heritage of Nepal is a vast ocean for any musicians and it’s scholars. Nepalese music is our intangible heritage, thus pointing out the need for it’s preservation and creative development for academic and artistic purposes.

Where western and eastern melodies meet ”Through sitar, bass and percussion, Kanta dAb dAb blends ethnic, traditional, Nepali classical and various western musical influences to create a new form of soulful fusion grooves which are distinctly contemporary with Nepali sound.” – The Himalayan Times

Kanta dAb dAb Songs Videos country: Nepal style(s): Instrumental, Contemporary label: not signed type: Small Ensemble gender: male instrumentation: instrumental, percussion, string artist

Digital Audio Broadcasting: Principles and Applications of DAB, DAB + and DMB, 3rd Edition

Digital Audio Broadcasting: Principles and Applications of DAB, DAB + and DMB, 3rd Edition

ISBN: 978-0-470-74619-6 June 2009 452 Pages

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The new digital broadcast system family is very different from existing conventional broadcast systems. It is standardised in a large number of documents (from ITU-R, ISO/IEC, ETSI, EBU, and others) which are often difficult to read. This book offers a comprehensive and fully updated overview of Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB, DAB+) and Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB), and related services and applications. Furthermore, the authors continue to build upon the topics of the previous editions, including audio coding, data services, receiver techniques, frequencies, and many others. There are several new sections in the book, which would be otherwise difficult to locate from various sources.

Key Features:

  • The contents have been significantly updated from the second edition, including up-to-date coverage of the latest standards
  • Contains a new chapter on Digital Multimedia Broadcasting
  • “Must-have” handbook for engineers, developers and other professionals in the field

This book will be of interest to planning and system engineers, developers for professional and domestic equipment manufacturers, service providers, postgraduate students and lecturers in communications technology. Broadcasting engineers in related fields will also find this book insightful.

About the Author

Wolfgang Hoeg, Audio Consultant, Berlin, Germany

Thomas Lauterbach, Georg-Simon-Ohm University of Applied Sciences, Nürnberg, Germany

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Digital Audio Broadcasting revised with the latest standards and updates of all new developments The new digital broadcast system family is very different from existing conventional broadcast systems. It is standardised in a large number of documents (from ITU-R, ISO/IEC, ETSI, EBU, and others) which are often difficult to read. This book offers a comprehensive and fully updated overview of Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB, DAB+) and Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB), and related services and applications. Furthermore, the authors continue to build upon the topics of the previous editions, including audio coding, data services, receiver techniques, frequencies, and many others. There are several new sections in the book, which would be otherwise difficult to locate from various sources. Key Features: The contents have been significantly updated from the second edition, including up-to-date coverage of the latest standards Contains a new chapter on Digital Multimedia Broadcasting “Must-have” handbook for engineers, developers and other professionals in the field This book will be of interest to planning and system engineers, developers for professional and domestic equipment manufacturers, service providers, postgraduate students and lecturers in communications technology. Broadcasting engineers in related fields will also find this book insightful.