All India Radio (AIR) Praised for Innovative Broadcasting
The Minister for Information & Broadcasting, Mr Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu, recently praised AIR for reinventing itself through DRM. AIR is currently undertaking the largest digital radio deployment in the world using DRM technology. When complete, it will give access to radio and other services, including emergency warning facility to over a billion people. Read more
AIR Siliguri Officially Inaugurated
The Deputy Director General of AIR North East has inaugurated the DRM MW 200 kW transmitter on 711 kHz on 26th October. Read more
The Software defined radio Titus II gets an in-depth look
The new multi-standard receiver Titus II reviewed in Radio World.
Winner Announced - DRM Enterprise Award – Asia Pacific Region 2016
Alexander Zink, Fraunhofer IIS (DRM Vice-Chair) with RRI Denpasar Engineers and Andrew Allan (GatesAir)
The winners of the DRM Enterprise Award – Asia Pacific Region 2016 jointly sponsored by SAS, the leader in analytics was awarded to the team of RRI engineers at Denpasar, Indonesia: Mr Salwan, Manager of Technology and New Media Director; Mr Ketut Suandi, Assistant Manager Transmitter, and Mr Cok Dalem Javadi, Staff of Technology and New Media Director. Read more
Going Digital: Catch All or Step by Step?
DRM Consortium Chairman, Ruxandra Obreja, considers the best ways for introducing digital broadcasting to guarantee growth and success. Read more
DRM Presented at Caribbean Broadcasting Union (CBU) General Assembly in Cuba
To attend CBU General Assembly, 24th to 27 October, in Havana was a unique opportunity to better understand the geopolitics forces at play in a region which remains at the strategic crossroads between north and south America, according to DRM Steering Board member, Carlos Acciari (RFI). Read more
DRM Short Wave Tests in Brazil
Since the end of October, Radio Nacional da Amazônia of EBC (the Brazilian Public Broadcaster) has been transmitting in DRM30 on short wave (9.750 kHz). The transmission is a trial organized by ABRADIG (Brazilian Digital Radio Association) and EBC, with the support of the DRM Consortium. It was a low power (150 W) transmitter installed at the Rodeador Site in Brasília, the capital in the centre of the country. The aim of this test was to assess the behaviour of the equipment, signal quality and system stability. The coverage area was expected to be small because of the low power but, despite all this, the signal was detected all around Brazil and there were some intermittent signals received in New Zealand. After good initial feedback the tests should be resumed in the future.
DRM Tests in Bretagne, France
The French audio-visual regulator CSA has granted a 9 month licence to TDF to test a medium-wave DRM broadcast on the 1071 kHz frequency from Pont-de-Buis Les Quimerch (Finistère).
Drmrx.org - Access to Continue
In last month's DRM Newsletter we announced that the website www.drmrx.org would be permanently closed. However, we are happy to announce that the website www.drmrx.org site will now continue to operate thanks to the kind and generous support of Mr Neil Savin. Please continue to use the site and contribute to the helpful forum.