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The DRM Consortium would like to thank Margaret Cole for her exceptional contribution to what the Consortium has done and has meant from its very first days. Margaret has decided to switch off her minute taking laptop and devote her time to her loving family. Margaret...

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The DRM Digital Radio Mondiale standard was extended in 2009 to add an additional mode for operation in the VHF broadcasting bands (known as DRM+), enhancing the established capability of DRM for digital radio services in the bands below 30 MHz. DRM provides many features to...

The DRM Digital Radio Mondiale standard was extended in 2009 to add an additional mode for operation in the VHF broadcasting bands (known as DRM+), enhancing the established capability of DRM for digital radio services in the bands below 30 MHz. DRM provides many features to...

Live broadcast: Friday 24th December, 15:00 GMT The Festival, live from the candlelit Chapel of King's College, Cambridge, marks for many people around the world the beginning of Christmas. It is based around nine Bible readings which tell the story of the loving purposes of God....

> Click here to view the photo diary of the trial. Report from Hilary Malicka, DRM Project Director: On the first morning the group of DRM experts were greeted at the SLBC site by more than thirty delegates eager to participate in the hands-on setup of the DRM+ broadcast...

The DRM Consortium is pleased to announce the completion of a very successful DRM+ trial and workshop in Sri Lanka last week. The Consortium is extremely grateful to the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission of Sri Lanka (TRC), the Sri Lankan Broadcasting Corporation (SLBC), Germany’s international broadcaster,...

The DRM Consortium is pleased to announce a DRM+ trial and workshop in Sri Lanka. The Consortium has joined forces with the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission of Sri Lanka (TRC), the Sri Lankan Broadcasting Corporation (SLBC), Germany’s international broadcaster, Deutsche Welle and the Asian-Pacific Broadcasting Union...

The DRM Consortium has written to the Communications Committee chaired by Lord Fowler who expressed a fear that the digital switchover in the UK would render millions of FM radios useless by introducing a solution that does not fit everyone. The Consortium raised the possibility...

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