14 Jul Distance Education – Your Questions Answered
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14th July 2020
As we are discussing education via DRM I think that for distance education application the data rate will be very low (in medium wave MW) and may not be in sync with the student. He/she will have to wait till next information is received, which will be annoying. What is your view? [Ashok Kale]
The idea is to keep the Journaline based lessons on-air in DRM all the time. This will allow students to prepare for live lessons in advance, repeat the information given during live lessons, or even study at a time most convenient to them altogether. The whole set of Journaline information is transmitted in carousel mode, and thus instantly available for interactive navigation and use by the student once cached in the receiver.