Digital Radio Mondiale test by RFmondial & Leibniz University using Ampegon transmitter

Ampegon has granted a solid state low power (500 W) transmission solution to RFmondial GmbH in Hannover, Germany. In cooperation with the Institute of Communication Technology (IKT) at the Leibniz Universität Hannover the transmitter allows technical experts to continue making professional measurements and demonstrations of the DRM standard in regular city environmental broadcasting conditions....

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Successful DRM General Assembly Concludes in France

A technical team has two main opportunities to practice its expertise: either in the development lab, pushing the limits of state-of-the art technology, or in various professional bodies, contributing to the elaboration of next generation systems and standards. Having spent many years in the design bureau, the broadcasting specialists of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics,...

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DRM+ Transmission in Bratislava, Slovakia

Mr. Juraj Oravec, Deputy Director General for Radiocommunications in the Research Institute of Posts and Telecommunications, Banska Bystrica, Slovakia informs us that the DRM+ transmission in Bratislava (Slovakia) was started as a trial on 14th October as part of a research project led by the Research Institute of Post and Telecommunication  (VÚS) Banská Bystrica. The transmitter is located on...

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DRM trial in Jakarta using MW transmitters for large area coverage in Indonesia

The DRM in the AM band trial that took place in Bogor and Jakarta in March last was most successful. It conclusively demonstrated the superiority of the digital radio standard and its transmission characteristics in the medium wave band. This is borne by the results of the exhaustive measurements that were taken en-route and also at the far end of the coverage zone of the transmitter. There is no...

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Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) at SADIBA Conference

The Southern African Digital Broadcasting Association (SADIBA) three-day digital event was an excellent opportunity to update the Southern African media experts attending the conference, on the key features of Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM). The focus of Friday 17th was on the DRM flexibility, its all-band coverage, and on how energy costs of broadcasters can be drastically reduced. This was a half...

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South Africa Communication Minister attends DRM Presentation at SADIBA Conference

South Africa Communication Minister attends DRM Presentation at the SADIBA (Southern African Digital Broadcasting Association www.sadiba.org) Conference. Its focus on Friday 17th was on the DRM rollout in the world, the DRM flexibility, its all-band coverage, extra benefits and energy savings. More in this week’s newsletter.

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