The official definition of the TR 101 290 error 1.6 is:
"Referred PID does not occur for a user specified period."
Or more specifically from the standard:
It is checked whether there exists a data stream for each PID that occurs. This error might occur where TS are multiplexed, or demultiplexed and again remultiplexed.
The user specified period should not exceed 5 s for video or audio PIDs (see note). Data services and audio services with ISO 639  language descriptor with type greater than '0' should be excluded from this 5 s limit.
NOTE: For PIDs carrying other information such as sub-titles, data services or audio services with ISO 639  language descriptor with type greater than '0', the time between two consecutive packets of the same PID may be significantly longer.
In principle, a different user specified period could be defined for each PID.
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Product Series: MPEG Software
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