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Data broadcasting strategy is known as a scalable way to disseminate information to mobile users. However, with a very large set of broadcast items, the query access time of mobile clients raise accordingly, due to high waiting time for mobile clients to find their data of interest. One possible solution is to split the database information into several broadcast channels. In this paper, we introduce taxonomy of index dissemination for multibroadcast channel based on B* tree structure. We consider three indexing schemes namely: (i) nonreplicated indexing scheme (NRI), (ii) partially-replicated indexing scheme (PRI), and (iii) fully-replicated indexing scheme (FRI). Simulation model is developed to find out the access time performance of each scheme.