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DRM Receiver Task Group visits China

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,...

VON’s terrestrial broadcast Transmitters and Curtain Antennae, are able to transmit to all the continents of the world where its signals are received with relatively little impairment resulting from receiver fidelity and environmental conditions. VON, fully aware of the constraints of analogue broadcasts, in terms of...

There is a hunger for DRM affordable receivers and one answer comes from the Chinese company NewStar Electronics Co. Ltd. Fairly young it was established in 2006 as a pioneer design house in DRM receiver development. The company has designed the first multi-media DRM receiver.  NewStar...

This was first my first NAB Convention in Las Vegas and I was really excited to witness how well received and successful the three events hosted by DRM exhibiting members were, given that most of the visitors' attention was monopolised by the hundreds of booths...

The Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) Consortium is pleased to announce the release of the first guide to the DRM standard in Russian. This is the first full comprehensive DRM Users’ Guide produced by the Consortium in another language than English. Not only does the guide detail the...

The DRM Consortium  used its stronger than ever presence at NAB 2012  to showcase a new DRM receiver and to update participants on the developments and potential of the DRM standard, now fully recommended by ITU for both AM (DRM30) and VHF (DRM+). Over the course...

The strategy presentation was the hardest bit of my preparation for the General Assembly. I had chats with colleagues and contacts and on my daily walk across Waterloo Bridge over the Thames I was mulling some of these ideas over. It was clear that first...

The DRM Consortium will use its stronger than ever presence at NAB 2012  to showcase the developments and potential of the DRM standard, now fully recommended by ITU for both AM (DRM30) and VHF (DRM+).  In partnership with key Consortium members, DRM will present the full...

Attending the DRM General Assembly for the first time I was wondering what to expect. I had heard about the efforts made to support manufacturers to produce DRM receivers and chipsets. What was the outcome? When could we expect first results? This is of great interest...