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Fitting in with the more practical approach to new platforms, as advocated by the organisers, the DRM Workshop organised immediately after the opening in the afternoon of 7th March was a step by step presentation of how to set up a chain that will take...

More than 100 delegates attended the Digital Radio Summit Day, with the highlights including a lively debate on the future direction of digital radio – both broadcast and broadband are key it seems. During one of the key sessions Ruxandra Obreja, DRM Chair, gave an...

Following the announcement by the Indian government in the spring of 2010 that DRM is to be rolled out across India, leading members of the DRM Consortium, the DRM chair and vice-chair, with the chair and vice-chair of the Technical committee as well as the...

It is with renewed expectation that we participate again as principal sponsor in the Radio Asia Conference held in amazing India, and rightly so, for the second time running. The technical advancements do have a significant impact on content and services in this age of...

T. Carter Ross former editor-in- chief of the international edition of Radio World newspaper gives his views on digital radio. In many ways, I believe digital radio is on the cusp of a breakthrough. From Europe to Asia, 2011 brought good news to the sector both in...

The ITU has just published three recommendations on DRM+, known in the documents as Digital System G.  This heralds the introduction of the full DRM system (DRM 30 and DRM+). The process began in October 2009 with DRM's submission proposing that DRM+ should be added to...

Vatican Radio carried out DRM+ trials on VHF band II in Rome during December 2011 on frequency 103.8MHz using 200W RMS. The frequency allocation came from GE-84 agreement and the transmission was performed by switching the broadcast to digital during timeslots which were free in...