16 Feb DRM Better, Stronger and with More Products and Services Than Ever Before at BES
The BES exhibition and conference started this morning in New Delhi with a bigger DRM presence at the event than on any previous occasion. Following the inaugural session, the Secretary of the Indian Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Mr. Apurva Chandra, visited the DRM display and was particularly interested in the various DRM receivers being presented.
Visitors to the DRM booth were especially attracted by the new in-car receiver for both DRM in the AM and FM bands, the after-market car receiver on display in the DRM booth, as well as by a new DRM chipset module costing approximately $10 when ordered in bulk.
Multi-channel transmissions were made from a local transmitter, which demonstrated the Emergency Warning Functionality (EWF) in the receivers displayed on the stand. This attracted the attention of many visitors and VIPs alike.
DRM will also feature in the BES 2023 conference programme on the first and third days. Many discussions revolved around the topic of relative transmitter energy efficiency when switching between analogue and DRM modes. The strong DRM Consortium attendance will remain at BES in Delhi until the 18th of February.
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