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DRM “ETSI recommended” – What does it really mean? – Your Question Answered

DRM “ETSI recommended” – What does it really mean? – Your Question Answered

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DRM is often presented as “ETSI recommended” – What does it really mean and where can I find the ETSI recommendations?

(German student)

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The acronym ETSI stands for the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI). For receiver manufacturers, and not only those, it is very important that ETSI has approved and published the DRM System Specification. The standard has evolved from the original, which covered only the AM bands, to the current version which includes operating modes for all the frequency bands below 30 MHz. In addition, ETSI has published additional specifications that allow distribution networks to be built and allow data applications in addition to audio. DRM is also able to transmit data applications designed for the DAB system, enabling authoring tools and receiver decoders to be reused. For more details go to: ETSI Standards Search