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The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) the Big Picture Summit was a highly successful event, demonstrating the potential of digital radio to the whole industry, including commercial media organisations. The made-in-India desktop type DRM receiver manufactured by Communications Systems Delhi, which was officially launched last month...

The DRM Consortium organised a comprehensive one-day workshop for the Turkish Public Service Broadcaster TRT in Ankara on 18th September. Over 70 people from the broadcaster itself, as well as from Turkish regulator RTUK and other key radio organisations in Turkey, took part. International industry leaders,...

DRM’s contribution to telecommunications over the past decade has been recognised by the International Telecommunication Union’s Development Sector. At a special ceremony in Geneva, DRM Chair Ruxandra Obreja, accompanied by Matthias Stoll of Ampegon, received on behalf of the Consortium a Ten Year Anniversary Certificate from...

The All India Radio (AIR) digitisation of MW and SW radio transmissions to the DRM standard is ongoing, in line with the digital priorities set out by the Government. This is not only a way to meet domestic demand but also a great opportunity for export,...

The High Frequency Coordination Conference (HFCC) in Sofia, Bulgaria in August brought together representatives from the world’s leading international broadcasters.  The conference aims to facilitate the scheduling of analogue and digital (DRM) transmissions in the shortwave frequency bands, reduce frequency clashes between broadcasters and eliminate...

DRM Chair Ruxandra Obreja and Consortium colleagues met Victor Goreglyad, Deputy General Director, Russian TV and Radio Network (RTRN) and Director, Department for Radio Broadcasting and Radio Communication, to discuss the results of DRM tests in Russia: Three successful DRM tests were conducted in 2012/13   Shortwave DRM...

This year’s SET (Television Engineering Society) congress and EXPO 2014 took place in the last week of August in São Paulo.This is the Brazilian media’s biggest event, attended by over 300 companies and more than 100,000 people. Highlights from the event can be seen here. More...

For many years, KTWR was a station with five 100KW shortwave transmitters.  Four of them were Harris SW100s and the fifth one was an HCJB HC100, all five were only capable of analog transmissions.  The station has six TCI 611 curtain antennas that allows us...

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