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In the next month, Russia will begin DRM test in the VHF band. The DRM technology will be presented together with the Russian companies DIGITON, TRIADA TV and leading DRM technology companies Fraunhofer IIS, RFmondial and leading car infotainment chip maker NXP, all key members of...

On June 1st the capital of Hungary, Budapest, started being covered by DRM signals in shortwave. This is the culmination of a long technological development of radio broadcasting in Hungary, which started already in the early 1890s. The DRM standard had just been ITU recommended in...

The Digital Radio Mondiale Consortium participated for the first time in the Meeting of regional Broadcasting organizations and Transmitting equipment manufacturers (MBT) hosted by Antenna Hungária Zrt. At the MBT conference, the Consortium representatives had a chance to update participants with the latest DRM developments across the world showing...

  DRM on shortwave  (26060 kHz) is on air in Budapest, Hungary, since June 1st. This is a project of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, using a transmitter with about 100W DRM ERP covering about 5 kilometres. Measurements and more details to follow....

  The DRM Consortium will participate for the first time in the Asia Media Summit to be held in Siem Reap, the Kingdom of Cambodia, 12-14 June. The Asia Media Summit (AMS) is a prestigious event organised by AIBD (Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development) in collaboration with its international partners and organisations in order...

  An article available in the  IEEE Xplore digital library - a resource of scientific and technical publications, authors  Oleg Varlamov (Moscow Technical University of Communications and Informatics, Moscow, Russia); Vladimir Varlamov and Anna Dolgopyatova, advise the use of single-frequency digital broadcasting networks of the Digital Radio Mondiale standard in...

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