Insight to IBOC 22 - Aug 2010
The Radio magazine DAB Answer series continues with the 22nd installment, which looks inside assymentrical sidebands and data tagging.
By implementing asymmetrical sidebands, many broadcasters can maximize their IBOC signals to achieve greater digital listenership.
A look at some of the concepts behind datacasting and techniques for making the best use of the resulting data displays.
With WJFK in Washington and WKSU in Kent, OH, adding HD4 multicasts, an overall FM multicast overview is in order.
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