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OFDM receiving apparatus and OFDM receiving method










Image Number 2 for United States Patent #8132067.

An OFDM receiving apparatus has N sets of reception and demodulation units which input one segment broadcasting signals of ground digital broadcasting received with N sets of antennas and demodulate the signals; a buffer unit which includes N sets of buffers which hold temporarily N sets of demodulated data, which are demodulated in the N sets of reception and demodulation units, respectively, and reads the N sets of demodulated data, which are written in the N sets of buffers, in time division; and an error correction unit which inputs N sets of demodulated data read from the buffer unit in time division, performs error correction one by one, and in the process of the error correction, multiplexes the N sets of demodulated data, which have been error-corrected, in a period not used by one segment reception to output the data as one TS multiplex data.








 
 
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