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German Telekom Approves Omnia-6
Munich - May 10, 2002 - Omnia-6fm has won the approval of German Telekom for its implementation of the International Telecommunications Union's BS-412 specification, which sets strict limits on broadcast power.
A carrier deviation of 75kHz and maximum MPX power of 0dBr for FM broadcasters is strictly enforced by Germany's Regulation Authority Reg.d.P. German Telekom's specific testing goal was to examine how well the tested processors obeyed this mandate. The Omnia-6fm passed the test.
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