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The first time DRM+ trials in Band III started yesterday on February, 1st 2010. DRM German Associate Members, State Centre for Media and Communication (Landeszentrale fuer Medien und Kommunikation) and the University of Kaiserslautern are using a DRM+ transmitter with a power of 100 watts in...

London, 2nd December 2009: DRM digital radio technology received great interest from the 80 delegates present at the DRM Conference organised by the European Broadcasting Union in Geneva. The conference, held on 26th November 2009, was attended by participants from 25 countries (mainly from Europe but...

DRM top experts attended a specialised symposium in Moscow from 14th to 16th of October and the feedback has been very good. With more than 30 attendees coming from all around Russia, the symposium organised by the General Radio Frequency Russia on digital radio broadcasting...

Paris, 12th June 2009: The Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) technology for broadcast at higher frequencies was successfully trialled in Paris on Thursday. The DRM+ signal was broadcast on 64.5 MHz from Tour Pleyel, North of Paris, and was received at the office of Conseil Supérieur de l'Audiovisuel...

Amsterdam, 11th Sep 2009: The DRM Digital Radio Receiver Profiles, which define minimum functionality for different classes of digital radio receivers, have been released in Amsterdam at IBC today. The Profiles aim to help manufacturers build stand-alone DRM or multi-standard receivers and stimulate digital radio...

The complete global DRM standard, with standard enhancement to include DRM+ for broadcasting at frequencies up to 174 MHz, and DRM Receiver Profiles were both unveiled at IBC this week. At the DRM Consortium's annual networking event on Friday 11th September at the IBC 'Beach',...

Amsterdam, 8th Sep 09; The Digital Radio Mondiale Consortium will present the complete global DRM standard at IBC this week which comprises DRM+ for broadcasting at frequencies up to 174 MHz and which obtained ETSI approval at the end of August, and DRM30 for broadcasting on...

The Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) system enhancement has been approved by the European Standards Organisation - ETSI. The DRM system revision v3.1.1 offers two major improvements like the extension to all broadcast bands up to 174MHz and the introduction of MPEG surround support. The DRM...

DRM+, the DRM technology for radio broadcasts at frequencies up to 174 MHz was presented to a select audience in Hannover, Germany, on 19th August 2009. This event was organised by Niederschsische Landesmedienanstalt and University of Hannover. Representatives of the Austrian Regulatory Authority for Broadcasting and Telecommunications (Rundfunk...

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