Currents Headlines from the December 2006 Issue
The online headlines from the December 2006 issue of Radio magazine.
NPR Posts List of Recommended HD Radio Receivers
NPR Labs has released its latest list of recommended HD Radio receivers, which includes four models.
Nautel Launches Live Tech Support
Customers can enter into an online real-time chat with Nautel support technicians to get fast answers to their most pressing questions.
Burk Technology Ships Arc Plus
The system can monitor up to 1,024 sites via software, a Web browser, telephone or the front panel. The Arc Plus can be added to an existing group of Arc-16 systems.
Content Depot Begins Service
The Public Radio Satellite System (PRSS) began distributing programming through its new delivery system called Content Depot on Nov.1, 2006.
AAC Option Added to Eureka 147
World DMB has submitted a draft technical specification called DAB Audio Broadcasting (DAB); Transport of AAC Audio to the international standard body ETSI. Eureka 147 currently uses MPEG Layer II to encode the audio in a stream.
FCC Issues NPRM on Effects of Towers on Migratory Birds
This is the next step after the Migratory Bird Notice of Inquiry released in August 2003.
Audio Science Becomes an Axia Partner
The partnership allows Audio Science to provide products that provide direct audio and data transfer between Livewire networks and third-party PC-based digital audio delivery systems and workstations.
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