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DRM Helps Reinvent Shortwave

DRM Helps Reinvent Shortwave

Shortwave hasn’t remained unchanged from previous decades. Just like other broadcast techniques, shortwave has also been digitized (in this case using Digital Radio Mondiale). The extra benefits of digitised shortwave like excellent sound, coverage, energy efficiency and possibility of delivering emergency warnings are presented by Simon Keens, sales and business development manager for Ampegon Power Electronics AG and co-vice chairman of the DRM Consortium in an ample article in Radio World:  Why Is Shortwave Only “the Radio of Last Resort”? – Radio World.

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