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The technical support and equipment for the trial in Brazil was provided by RFmondial, Fraunhofer, Nautel and the University of Hannover who set up the equipment. The test demonstrated a very low power simulcast setup with a DRM+ 4W transmitter alongside a 25 W FM transmitter,...

The DRM booth at the ABERT Congress was constantly manned and visitors could easily approach a very good team of DRM representatives including Ruxandra Obreja, Consortium Chairman and President DRM Association; Carlos Acciari representing Digidia, French manufacturer of modulators and server content for digital radio, member of...

The first Brazilian made DRM transmitter was unveiled by BT Broadcast Transmitters.   The company is well known for their analogue Transmitters in Brazil and this is their first digital radio transmitter.  The transmitter has a power of 2.5 KW and is produced with the help and cooperation of...

DRM at  ABERT Congress The DRM Consortium will attend and exhibit at the 26th ABERT Congress in Brasilia (19-22 June) in order to showcase the developments and full potential of the DRM standard, now fully recommended by ITU for both AM (DRM30) and VHF (DRM+).  Consortium...

DRM Launches dedicated information for India The Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) Consortium is pleased to announce the launch the India Chapter Noticeboard a dedicated information page targeted at India....

In its submission sent in response to the public consultation on digital radio in France, the DRM Consortium stressed the technical and economic advantages of the DRM standard in fulfilling the imperatives of the French radio digitization, with particular focus on the community stations.  Here...

The public broadcaster in Slovakia, Radio and Television of Slovakia (RTVS), launched a DRM+ pilot in band II last autumn, based on a  temporary licence to test parameters of the DRM broadcast systems. During the trial, conducted from the headqurters of RTVS in Bratislava, coverage and...

The Receiver Task Group, represented by Ludo Maes and Mireya Martinez, (TDP) went to China to meet with various radio broadcasting organizations and companies.  We had meetings with chipset manufacturers RDA Microelectronics and Silicon Labs, with receiver manufacturers Philips and Tecsun, mobile phone manufacturer Nokia,...